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Obituaries: Fernandez, Wilhelm, Fibranz, Ordway-Guille, White

Nohemi Fernandez(Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes)

Nohemi Fernandez: August 16, 1961 – May 10, 2022

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Nohemi Fernandez on Tuesday, May 10, 2022, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, at the young age of 60 years old.

Nohemi will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 38 years, Jose Sr. children: Jose (Shannon), Gabriel, and Leo; grandchildren: Kayla, Tatyanna, Monse; brother Jesus, and 6 sisters: Araceli, Maria Guadalupe, Leticia(Ramon), Marvella, Bertha(Juan), Maricela (Guilverto), as well as numerous relatives and friends.


She was predeceased by her parents Jesus and Alicia Calderon.

Nohemi was born in Morelia Michoacan, Mexico. She married Jose Sr. on May 26,1984. Jose jr. was born a year later. They moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1986, where her other two sons were born. Nohemi had worked many jobs throughout her life. For the last 11 years she had been employed at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center in Environment Services. Nohemi was a woman of many passions including crafting, gardening, and baking, but her greatest joy was spending time with her family and grandchildren. Nohemi loved to joke with everyone she met. She also had a heart of gold. Nohemi loved to make crafts to give out on holidays to family and friends, and during Covid, she made masks to give to anyone that needed one. She was always a good friend to her co-workers and considered them family. Nohemi experienced many challenges throughout her life, and she always faced them head on, with a smile on her face, and never gave up. She battled until the very end it was an honor and a blessing for anyone that crossed her path.

Viewing for Nohemi will be held from 9:00 am-1:00 pm on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at Weidersphan-Radomsky, 1900 E.19th St. Cheyenne, Wyoming. Funeral services will follow at 2:00 pm.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Cancer Research Center, 29 Broadway, Floor 4, New York, NY. 10006.

Fred E. Wilhelm (Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes)

Fred E. Wilhelm: October 19, 1940 – May 8, 2022

Fred E Wilhelm, 81 of Cheyenne, passed away at home. Fred was born October 19, 1940, in Horse Creek WY to Jacob and Lydia Wilhelm. He served in the Navy and retired from the WYANG. He loved watching the Denver Broncos and OU Sooners football. He is survived by his son Brad Wilhelm (Heather), and his daughter Janel and her 3 children. Fred was proceeded in death by his wife Margaret, parents,4 brothers, and 5 sisters. Services will be Monday the 16th at 2:00 pm at Wiederspahn Radomsky chapel followed by a reception upstairs at Uncle Charlie’s

Monte Jedd Fibranz (Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes)

Monte Jeff Fibranz: November 10, 1956 – May 6, 2022

Monte Jeff Fibranz, 65, passed away on May 6, 2022. He was born on November 10, 1956 in Wheaton, MN to James and Rita Johnson Fibranz. Monte was an avid hunter, fisherman, and grandpa.

He is survived by his mother; daughters Kara Fibranz and Kimberly (Kristopher) Michael; sisters Desiree, Gail, and Marsha; brother Jim; grandsons Luke and Asher; granddaughter Brooke, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father and brother Michael.


Family services will be held at a later date.

Gail J. Ordway-Guille (Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes)

Gail J. Ordway-Guille: June 11, 1940 – May 4, 2022

Gail J Ordway-Guille, 81, of Cheyenne, passed away May 4th at Cottonwood Creek Memory Center in Cheyenne.


Gail was born on June ll,1940, Denver, Colorado to Clarence & Bonita Jewett. Gail lived most of her life in Oregon attending high school and college. She loved to read, working with horses, spending time on the Oregon coast. She worked as an office manager, at a Bed and Breakfast, cared for foster children. When she came back to Colorado and Wyoming joined several Square and Round dance clubs, where she met and married her husband, Dave.

Gail is survived by her husband Dave Guille; sister, Sue Denton Linger, of Loveland Colorado; daughter, Jennifer keller Trout Lake, Washington; two stepdaughters, Marsha McCarthy, Deanna Ordway Skola both of Tacoma, Washington; grandchildren, Megan Keller and Eric Bell;also great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Gail was preceded in death by her parents Clarence and Bonita Jewett; sister, Carol Jewett Doyle; and brother, Michael R. Jewett.


A Memorial Service will be this summer at the Oregon Coast. In lieu of flowers please donate in Gail’s memory to the Cheyenne Animal Shelter, 800 Southwest Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82001, 307-632-6655.

Carina Lynne White (Schrader, Aragon & Jacoby)

Carina Lynne White: March 11, 1971 – May 10, 2022

On May 10th 2022 Carina Lynne White passed away surrounded by her family after losing an arduous battle with Atypical Parkinson’s Disease.


Carina was born on March 11th 1971 in Anaheim California to Ken and Lynne White. The family moved to Worland, WY in 1978. Carina was raised in Worland and graduated from Worland High School in 1989 where she enjoyed an illustrious speech and debate career, becoming the state champion in Policy Debate, this began a lifelong dedication to the craft. 

Carina continued her successful debate career at Northwest College in Powell, WY becoming the Junior College National Champion in Lincoln Douglas Debate. Carina was a 5th and 6th grade teacher and she was a longtime coach of the Green River High School Speech and Debate team. Under the tutelage of ‘Coach Carina’ from 2008 – 2019 the team placed in the top 3 for 9 straight years and earned 7 state championships. Carina was awarded the Diamond Award from the National Forensic League in 2014 and was named “Coach of the Year” in 2016. In 2019 Carina was inducted in the Wyoming Speech and Debate Hall of Fame. Her legacy will live on within the Speech and Debate community for years to come. 

In 1996 she moved to South Dakota where she met Eugene Heisinger. The two married in July of 1997 and to this union her daughter, Rachel was born. Carina and Eugene later divorced. Carina loved to travel, her cats, she loved sweet treats (mostly ice cream) and she loved all things Disney. Carina and Rachel made lifelong memories traveling. 


Carina is survived by her daughter, Rachel Heisinger of Casper; her father, Ken White of Cheyenne; her sister, Anna (TJ) McClure of Cheyenne; her brothers, Doug White of Rock Springs and  Josh White of Casper; nieces, Randi, Sydney and Ella and nephews, Christian(Kayla), Juaquin and Ezra.

She was preceded in death by her brother, David White and her mother, Lynne Thompson.

A celebration of Carina’s life will be held in Green River at a later date.