Randy Lee McGraw 45, of Cheyenne, died on November 21, 2020 in Cheyenne.
He was born May 23, 1975 in Gillette, Wy. Randy worked for Frito Lay before health issues forced an early retirement. Randy’s first love was his love for Jesus and then his family. Randy was his kids biggest cheer leaders and was at every game possible. Randy married his soul mate Jennifer in 1999. Randy was an avid Broncos fan and would talk to his dad after each game.
He is survived by his wife, Jennifer; children Gracie, Tristyn McGraw and Marcel Lipinski; parents Mary Wuest and Robert and Leona McGraw; nephews, Josiah McGraw, Anthony Potter, David Potter, Zachary Fox; niece, Mikayla Fox; friends Gabriel Lenoard, Thursday morning Crew and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
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Randy was preceded in death by his son, Isaiah McGraw; sister Peggy Potter.
Elizabeth Ann (Hensen) Freimuth was born May 6, 1953 in Spokane, Washington to Wilbur and Stella Hensen. She passed away suddenly but peacefully at home on November 18, 2020.
Liz spent most of her life in Wyoming, after her father’s three-year deployment in Germany following her father’s retirement from the U.S. Air Force in Cheyenne. She graduated from Central High School in 1971. She met the love of her life, Fred Freimuth, on a blind date in 1972, and they were married on March 16, 1974. They welcomed a daughter, Kimberly, in 1980, and a son, Bradley, in 1988. Liz loved being a stay-at-home mother until her youngest was a teenager, when she returned to full-time work at the Wyoming Governor’s residence. She retired in 2018 after thirteen years as a housekeeper and assistant to the event organizer.
Liz enjoyed sewing, quilting, knitting, gardening, along with decorating and remodeling the 1920s-era home she shared with her family. In her later years, she stayed active by swimming and attending the Silver Sneakers class at Gold’s Gym. Liz also loved the Mountain West, and she often went for scenic drives to the Snowy Range, the Rocky Mountains in Estes Park, and Yellowstone National Park.
Liz was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband and children; her brother Edward Hensen; her brother-in-law Kenneth (Laura) Freimuth; and her sister-in-law Kathy (Larry) James, all of Cheyenne.
No services will be held at present. A celebration of life is planned for spring 2021. In lieu of flowers, donations in Liz’s name can be made to the “Ladies’ Lunch Fund” at Laramie County Community College, a fund to help feed students in need. http://lccc.wy.edu/about/foundation/giveOnline.aspx
Wilma Williamson, 94, died November 19, 2020 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. She was born July 18, 1926 in WaKeeney, Kansas to Jourdan F. and Myrtle Myra (Moye) Pierce and had lived here since 1946.
She married Norman J. Williamson on June 14, 1949. She retired from NAPA Genuine Parts where she was the bookkeeper. She loved painting ceramics and gifted many with her creations.
She was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church. She is survived by sons Rick (Diana) of Cheyenne and Randy (Kathy) of Laramie; grandson Mark (Christina); great-granddaughter Cora; 4 step-grandchildren, numerous step-great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband of almost 59 years, Norman; her parents; sisters, Hazel Jamison, Opal Johnston, Gladys Mattke, Mildred McColl, and Myrtle McColl; brother Orville Pierce.
Services will be November 27, at 2:00 p.m. at Wiederspahn-Radomsky. The family appreciates all the caring staff at Life Care Center.
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