Obituary photo of Carolyn Manasco-Faith, Casper-Wyoming
In Loving Memory of

Carolyn S. Manasco-Faith

1942 - 2017
Obituary photo of Carolyn Manasco-Faith, Casper-Wyoming
In Loving Memory of

Carolyn S. Manasco-Faith

1942 - 2017

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Carolyn S. Manasco-Faith, age 74, passed away on April 2nd, 2017 at Wyo. Medical Center.

Carolyn was born to the late Charles E. and Esther V. Fishero of Veedersburg, IN. on Oct. 14th, 1942. Carolyn graduated with the Class of 1960 from Veedersburg High School. She was involved in band, played the flute, and was a Majorette. Carolyn loved playing piano, and was involved in the family business - The Fishero Funeral Home.

Carolyn married James E. Manasco 11/22/59. They moved to Wyoming in 1970. Jim passed away in 1984. Carolyn worked at Casper Sears Store during the 80’s, where she met and married Larry E. Faith in 1989. Carolyn was preceded in death by Larry, who passed away in 2008. Carolyn’s greatest joy was raising her children and grandchildren, and caring for her friends and family.

Carolyn leaves many who loved her dearly: Carolyn’s daughter Tina with husband Bruce Chandler; granddaughter Niki with her husband Charles Robertson, their children Cheyenne, Raelynn, and Ian; grandson Jason VanVleet, his wife Linda and son Parker; grandson Matthew Chandler; daughter Jamie with husband David Swapp, and their son Jared; son Troy Manasco; sister Charlene and husband Steve Riedl, their children Sabrina and Joshua; her brother Bob Fishero with his wife Ruth, their children Richard (Chip) and Ryan; as well as sisters-in-law Peggy Joyce Murray and Karen Kehl; brother-in-law Don Manasco, and their respective families.

Honoring Carolyn’s wishes, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, Carolyn requested donations be made to: the Casper Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing Program at 4501 Shasta Drive, Casper, WY, 82609.
Carolyn would remind us all, “Live well, Laugh often, Love much.”

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Carolyn S. Manasco-Faith, age 74, passed away on April 2nd, 2017 at Wyo. Medical Center.

Carolyn was born to the late Charles E. and Esther V. Fishero of Veedersburg, IN. on Oct. 14th, 1942. Carolyn graduated with the Class of 1960 from Veedersburg High School. She was involved in band, played the flute, and was a Majorette. Carolyn loved playing piano, and was involved in the family business - The Fishero Funeral Home.

Carolyn married James E. Manasco 11/22/59. They moved to Wyoming in 1970. Jim passed away in 1984. Carolyn worked at Casper Sears Store during the 80’s, where she met and married Larry E. Faith in 1989. Carolyn was preceded in death by Larry, who passed away in 2008. Carolyn’s greatest joy was raising her children and grandchildren, and caring for her friends and family.

Carolyn leaves many who loved her dearly: Carolyn’s daughter Tina with husband Bruce Chandler; granddaughter Niki with her husband Charles Robertson, their children Cheyenne, Raelynn, and Ian; grandson Jason VanVleet, his wife Linda and son Parker; grandson Matthew Chandler; daughter Jamie with husband David Swapp, and their son Jared; son Troy Manasco; sister Charlene and husband Steve Riedl, their children Sabrina and Joshua; her brother Bob Fishero with his wife Ruth, their children Richard (Chip) and Ryan; as well as sisters-in-law Peggy Joyce Murray and Karen Kehl; brother-in-law Don Manasco, and their respective families.

Honoring Carolyn’s wishes, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, Carolyn requested donations be made to: the Casper Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing Program at 4501 Shasta Drive, Casper, WY, 82609.
Carolyn would remind us all, “Live well, Laugh often, Love much.”

To leave a special message for Carolyn's family, please click on the "Share Memories" button above.
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