Celia Helen “Cece” Galles Goering passed away March 7, 2018. Celia was born in Casper, Wyoming on September 19, 1938 to Don H. and Betty Galles. She attended schools in Casper and graduated from Natrona County High School in 1956. She worked as a teacher’s aide and coached her daughter, Susie’s elementary school basketball team. She was a bookkeeper for the up and coming Mini Mart stores in the later 1960’s. Her mother and she owned and operated the Unique Boutique gift shop at the Ramada-Inn and later moved to the downtown Market Square location opening a one-of-a kind dress shop under the same name. On March 21, 1966 she married Rollie Goering. The couple were yearly vacationers to Cancun, Mexico. They enjoyed their condo, spending time with friends and family. Celia was an avid card player enjoying Pan and Bridge card clubs with her friends. She was a member of the Red Hatter's club. Celia also enjoyed crafts, making flower arrangements and centerpieces, her “Fire Baby” fire starting gift baskets were always a hit during the holidays. All baskets were artfully conceived and very original. She also had a talent as an artist, painting landscapes with the Bob Ross technique and making quilts. Celia and Rollie attended many Bronco and Cowboy football games and if not there, they were at their home listening on the radio or watching T.V. Her kindness and willingness to help others will be greatly missed by both friends and family.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Rollie, parents, Don and Betty Galles and grandson, Nicholas Goering.
She is survived by her brothers, Don H. Galles Jr. of Casper and Richard Day Galles of San Francisco, California; sons, Tom (Corina) Goering of Casper, Steve (Chris) Goering of Highland, Utah; daughter, Susan (Dave) Leonhart of Los Gatos, California; grandchildren, Lindsay Felton, Lexy Andrews, Lea Johnston, Zack Goering, Alyssa Conder, Jake Leonhart and Luke Leonhart; great-grandchildren, Carson Felton, Henry Felton, Avelyn Felton, Max Johnston, Kade Johnston, Brock Johnston, Brynlee Johnston, and Benjamin Conder.
At her request, no Memorial Services will be held.
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