Jennifer Louise Levengood, 46, of Cheyenne, passed away on the 3rd of August 2021 at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center surrounded by her loving family. She was born on the 23rd of November, 1974 at Naval Regional Medical Center in San Diego, California to Diana Wilson and Richard Maley.
Jennifer grew up with her mother in Montrose, Colorado. She graduated from Colorado West Christian School in 1992. She gave birth to two handsome boys, Jakob in 1998 and Toby in 2000. In 2007 she met the love of her life John. They married one year later, then moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming in 2008. Jennifer kept busy helping out with the schools the boys attended in any way she could. She also became a Pampered Chef Consultant which, along with cooking, she loved doing. When her boys neared graduation she reentered the workforce working for Spradley Barr Motors in the BDC. She then found a new passion working with the Wyoming Army National Guard as a Family Readiness Support Specialist, where she helped hundreds of families. Jennifer was an avid volunteer with Cheyenne Frontier Days for 6 years. Jennifer’s life revolved around spending time helping and being with her friends and family.
Jennifer is survived by her husband John Levengood, their two sons Jakob and Tobias Springer, her sister Julie Carnes, her in-laws and countless close friends she considered family.
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Jennifer was preceded in death by her mother Diana Wilson and her father Richard Maley.
A public viewing will be held at Wiederspahn Radomsky Chapel between noon and 7pm on the 13th of August 2021. Her funeral service will be held at North Christian Church at 2pm on the 14th of August 2021.
We are expecting a large crowd. A live stream will be available to those who are at risk or otherwise cannot attend at https://boxcast.tv/view/jennifer-louise-levengood—celebration-of-life-323569
John E. Crock Jr. of Cheyenne, Wyoming, died on August 11, 2021 in Cheyenne. He was born December 6, 1945 in Cheyenne.
He was a retired lieutenant at the Cheyenne Fire Dept. and owner of Crock’s Service. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. He loved all cars and motorcycles.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Susan Crock; a son, John Crock (Jennifer); daughters, Shannon Warning (Chris) and Billie Jo Romberger; and grandchildren, Jessica Schmitz (Matthew), Devin Romberger, Jeremy Hacker, Kelsey Crock and Alison Crock.
He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Gladys Crock; sisters, Sharon Brake (David) and Betty Garvin (Bill); and a brother, Ken McFarlane (Betty).
Services will be Wednesday August 18, 2021 at 2:00 at Weiderspahn- Radomsky chapel if the chimes. There will be a reception to follow immediately after at The Gathering Place.
Kenneth W. Peterson, 96, of Cheyenne went to be with our Lord on August 10, 2021. Kenneth was born December 9, 1924 in Dix, Nebraska, to Hobert and Anna Peterson.
When he was 12, his family moved to Fort Collins, Colorado where he grew up.
After graduation from high school, he was drafted into the Army and served in Germany during World War II. In 1946, he attended Colorado State University where he received a degree in electrical engineering. He then worked for the railroad and FEWAFB for a short period of time before moving to Seattle, Washington where he worked for Boeing. He eventually returned to Cheyenne and was employed by Land Air where they changed C46 and C47 aircraft into ski planes. In 1959, he moved to Colorado and started working for Lockheed Martin Corporation, where he worked on various missile projects and enjoyed a career with them until he retired in 1988.
Throughout Kenneth’s life he loved fishing, hunting, golf and travel.
On March 30, 1996 he married the love of his life Ruby Campbell. They lived in Cheyenne, where they enjoyed 24 years of marriage.
Kenneth is survived by a sister, Eileen Pearson; nephews, Del Peterson, Darrel, Doug, and Ross Pearson, Curt and Craig Coover; nieces, Connie Coover and Crystal Williams; stepdaughter, Sandra (David) Hammond; five step-grandchildren, and twelve step-great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruby Peterson; parents, Hobert and Anna Peterson; a brother, Dean Peterson; sister, Pauline (Clark) Coover; nephew, Larry Peterson; and stepdaughter, Saralee (Elmer) Weber.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial may be made to the MS Society, nationalmssociety.org
His viewing will be Monday from 10:00-4:00 p.m. at Wiedrspahn’s. Kenneth’s memorial service will be Tuesday, August 17 at 2:00 p.m., in Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel. Interment to follow services at Beth El Cemetery.
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