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Obituaires: Quist, Shattuck, Jewell

Christine Elizabeth Quist

Christine Elizabeth Quist: May 20, 1987 – June 13, 2022

Our beautiful daughter, Christine Elizabeth Quist, 35 years old, went to be with our Lord on June
13, 2022. She was home with her parents and sister.

To say we treasured her is an understatement. We are so blessed to have known her — her
amazing soul, her infectious laugh, and her generous spirit. She was pure sunshine to all of us.
There was no one like our beloved Christy

She was born May 20th, 1987, in NLR, Arkansas. Her vibrant red hair and bright blue eyes
entranced everyone she met. She always had a smile on her face and was willing to help anyone in need.
She graduated from Otis High School in 2006. She went on to complete her Bachelor of Science degree
in Elementary Education and Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction at Colorado Christian
University. Christy was currently pursuing her master’s degree in social work — specializing in Mediation
at Regent University.


Christy shared her beautiful soprano voice and gifts as a Praise leader at the Baptist Church when we
lived in Otis, Colorado. She worked at Cheyenne Air Force Base Chapel in children’s ministry.
Most of all, she loved teaching her students. Christy began her career teaching elementary school at
Heartland Christian School in Colby, KS. She was currently teaching at the online school, Ignite Christian
Academy. She loved sponsoring a Bible study and Minecraft clubs for her young students. She often said it was her dream job. She loved all her students, past and present, and was beloved by them.

Christy was fearless. Her faith in our Lord was deep and resilient. She had a strong will and if
anything needed to happen, Christy would make it so. She was a driving force in our world,
loving everyone and dedicated to helping them reach their goals and dreams. There was
nothing she would not do for her friends and family. Her creativity and drive were endless,
manifesting in her small-business ventures and the intricate worlds she created in games and

As for our family, we all loved and cherished her. We feel an emptiness in our lives without her.
We trust our Lord and we know that in His mercy and love for her, she was taken quickly to
Heaven, freed of her earthly body.

Christy is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, John Mark, and Anne Brown Harton
of Scott, AR; her paternal step grandfather, Russell Albertus Walborn of Wray, CO; and her
paternal uncle, David Alan Quist of Denver, CO.


Christy is survived by her parents, Michael E., and Jeanie H. Quist; her siblings: Michelle Quist
Ryder (Brad) of Herndon, VA; Michael C. Quist (Leilani), Rebecca Quist, Jessica Quist Meek
(Tyler) all of Cheyenne, WY, David M. Quist of Orange, TX; Her paternal grandparents, Patricia Walborn
of Wray, CO and Monte B. and Diane (Panda) Quist, Dallas, TX. Her maternal uncle, John R. Harton
(Karen) of Grand Prairie, TX. Her paternal aunts and uncles, Arthur Quist of Wray, CO, Kenneth Quist
(Dora) of Brighton, CO, Debera (Tim) Owen of Topeka, KS, and John C. Walborn (Stephanie) of
Cheyenne, WY. Also, her beloved cousins and other family members.

Christy’s Corgi, Eliot and her kitty, Tali, miss her so much. She loved her fur babies.

Christy lived a full and rich life in her 35 years on earth. She touched many lives and accomplished much. She will be remembered always for her faithful and loving heart.

There will be a Celebration of Life for Christy on Saturday, June 25th from 2:00 pm until 5:00 pm MST in
the events room of The Office Bar and Grill, 1600 E Pershing Blvd, Cheyenne, WY 82001-3238. Everyone who loved her are welcome to join us in celebrating and sharing in her memory.


Karen Shattuck

Karen Shattuck: August 31, 1956 – June 16, 2022

Karen Shattuck entered the Kingdom of Heaven on June 16, 2022 after a long battle with Crest Syndrome.

She is survived by her husband, Alfred Shattuck of Cheyenne; her father, John Volpe of North Carolina; her mother, Virginia Schneider of Jacksonville, Florida; sisters, Brenda Volpe of Jacksonville, and Jennifer Morrison and Robin Albritton, both of Florida.

Karen was a retired postal service employee and held two higher college degrees. She traveled extensively throughout North America.


Karen was known for her generosity, intelligence, sense of humor, and her quick wit. She lived life on her own terms with a loving heart, a sense of adventure, and an appreciation for all of Gods gifts surrounding her. With courage and strength of will, Karen road-tripped to see her east coast relatives and southwest in-laws to say goodbye.

Karen was greatly loved by all and lived a good life which now continues in heaven.

Lloyd W. Jewell

Lloyd W. Jewell: September 3, 1930 – June 16, 2022

Lloyd W. Jewell, 91, of Cheyenne passed away June 16, 2022, at the Davis Hospice Center surrounded by his loving family. He was born September 3, 1930, in Burns, Wyoming to Oral and Anna (Nelson) Jewell. His family grew up in Burns they all worked hard on the Ranch.

Once hitting adulthood Lloyd was drafted into the US Army. He trained for the war but never was able to fight. He joked that he peeled a lot of potatoes instead.

In 1969 he met the love of his life Dianne and in 1971 they married. Their son, Randy joined them in 1973. In all the years of marriage they never fought or yelled at each other. Lloyd’s heart belonged to Dianne from day one. In 1973 they moved to Cheyenne Lloyd started working at Husky Truck Stop and was there for many years.

Lloyd loved horses and anything that had to do with them. He was very much involved in rodeos, being a bronc rider, he loved the thrill. Whether he watched or was in them he loved every minute of it. Cheyenne Frontier Days was his favorite time of the year all the cowboys and rodeo he fit right in. He was also a simple man he enjoyed life and the simple things it had to offer, the more western the better.
Lloyd is survived by his son, Randy (Cheril); grandchildren, Vernon (Zach Robinson) Shunn, and Whitney (Kevin) Frank; great-grandchildren, Zacchaeus, Destinie, and Kimber; nephews, Kenny and Sonny; niece, Anna; and several great-nieces and nephews.

He was preceded by his parents and four brothers.

A private family service will be held at a later date.