Terrance Lenane (Terry) Foley of Cheyenne died on September 6 after a lengthy illness. A true Army brat, Terry was born February 10, 1938 at Walter Reed Medical Center. She grew up around the world. She made the most of her opportunities, becoming fluent in several languages, especially Spanish. A precocious young lady, she danced with ambassadors and princes and thought nothing of it.
After graduating from high school, she attended Manhattanville College. During her time there, she met Mr. Vincent Foley. After marrying Vince, she resumed her perambulations. She lived in places as diverse as Bethlehem PA, New York City, NY, Boston, MA, and Salt Lake City, UT. Her final move was to Cheyenne in 1979.
Terry earned both a bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Utah. She was a private pilot, a certified SCUBA diver, and a Distinguished Toastmaster. She led the Wyoming HIV/AIDS program through the controversial period of the 1990s.
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In 1995 Terry met her second husband, Michael Hand. They married in 2002. Terry transmitted the travel bug to him. Together they ventured to Mexico, Ireland, India, Germany, Panama, Alaska and various points throughout the United States.
Terry was an outstanding hostess. Her dinner parties will be remembered fondly by those fortunate enough to receive an invitation.
Special recognition goes to Dr. Loren Krowl and Amy Shaw at CRMC, Dr. Wright and the staff at Colorado Plains Medical Center in Fort Morgan, and Sundae and the staff at Cottonwood Creek-especially Reena and Rachel. These people put the word “care” in health care.
A memorial of Terry’s life will be Friday, September 17, 2021, 10:00 a.m., at Weiderspahn-Radomsky Chapel with a reception to immediately follow at The Gathering Place.
Terry’s remains will be spread in a family ceremony at a later date.
On September 3, 2021, Errolene Ruth Clark Leafgreen passed away at age 94.
Errolene was born on August 29, 1927 in Galesburg Illinois, to Errol and Gladys Clark. She was a loving mother of 4 children. She has been a resident of Wyoming for over 65 years. She was passionate about her family and social clubs. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Red Hatters Society, and Christian Women’s Club. She loved Bingo and Cooking – especially her famous Carmel Pecan Rolls
She is survived by her 4 children, Linda Reid of Cheyenne and her Daughter Michelle Gill and husband Mike Gill and son Chad Boltz of Denver; Rick Leafgreen and Wife Billie of Lander, his Daughter Stacey Peranteaux and husband Dean of Riverton and son Rylan; Son Jeff and wife Beth of Lander and two sons Daniel and Nathan: Brent Leafgreen and his Husband Alan Moehle of Houston and Lisa Leafgreen, her wife Resa Baker and Daughter Ella of Denver.
She is survived by one sister any many nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held a future date.
Karl E Moberger, 94, of Cheyenne passed at Davis Hospice Center on September 4, 2021.
Karl was born August 8, 1927, in Cheyenne to Mary and Oscar (Moody) Moberger. Karl left Cheyenne High School at 17 to work for the UPRR for 42 years on the mail cars and retired in 1986. He also worked for the Cheyenne Tribune-Eagle for many years traveling all over the U.S. tearing down old printing presses.
On November 29, 1965, Karl relinquished his bachelor card and married long-time friend, Betty (Mosher) Cochran and her two children Rodney and Janet. He was a devoted husband and father. Karl was an avid hunter and fisherman all of his life frequenting such favorites as Rob Roy, Wind River and numerous “secret spots” along the Platte River. Karl belonged to several fishing clubs and was president of Phillips Reservoir fishing club for many years until limited sight and mobility forced him to pass on the gavel. He also loved taking his hard earned cash to “run it up” in Blackhawk.
Karl was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers; and two sisters.
He is survived by his wife, Betty; step-children, Rodney Cochran and Janet (Cochran) Burnett; five grandchildren, Christain Langton, Stephen Cochran, Jeremy Cochran, Heather Mayes and Shonya Neuman; 17 great-grandchildren; 12 great great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
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