Nancy Jean Aschenbrener of Cheyenne Wyoming passed away on August 31st, 2023 in Cheyenne. She was born on February 19th, 1956 in Rumford Maine.
Nancy married David Aschenbrener on April 25th, 1980.
Nancy loved being around family and friends. She spent 25 ½ years working in the central supply department at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. Nancy was very loving and generous. She made everybody laugh and smile that she came in contact with. Her lightheartedness was so contagious. Nancy was an incredible daughter, sister, aunt, wife, and mother of three beautiful daughters. She was also a fantastic Grandmother to her 6 Grandchildren.
Nancy loved quilting, baking pies, collecting crystals and antiques. She loved her dog Stitch and enjoyed taking him for walks in her neighborhood. She loved gardening and taking pictures of her flowers. She enjoyed many trips to the Saratoga and Thermopolis hot springs. She enjoyed taking trips back home to Maine to see her family. She was able to travel and relocate to many different states due to the fact that she was a military wife. She made life-long friends in the state of Washington. She enjoyed drinking hot tea with her Daughters and Granddaughters. She had quite an extensive tea cup collection.
She is survived by her husband David Aschenbrener of Cheyenne; daughters and family Jennifer Klingel of Scottsdale, AZ. Laura Blaustein of Fairbanks, AK, and husband Nicanor and grandchildren Gwyneth, Holden, Finley, and Theron. Jessica Stumpf of Cheyenne, WY, and husband Edwin C. Stumpf lll and grandchildren Jonah and Evy. Siblings Beverly Sylvester of Bethel, ME, Debra Mills of Bethel, ME, Brenda Platt of Keen, NH, Ceylon Kimball of Eleanor, WV, Penny Savage of Bryant Pond ME, and Amos Kimball of Bethel, ME. She is preceded in death by her parents Richard Kimball and Patricia Kimball, as well as her brother Richard Jr. Kimball.
A celebration of life will be held at 1:00 p.m. on September 17th at her daughter Jessica’s house located at 7404 Maria East Lane Cheyenne, WY. If you would like to attend please feel free to stop by, side dishes or desserts are also welcome, if you feel so inclined. A committal service to follow at Cheyenne National Cemetery on September 18th promptly starting at 11:00 a.m, which is also open to the public.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Black Dog animal rescue in Nancy’s name.