Obituary photo of Kory Suba, Casper-WY
In Loving Memory of

Kory Michael Suba

1990 - 2022
Obituary photo of Kory Suba, Casper-WY
In Loving Memory of

Kory Michael Suba

1990 - 2022

Services & Gatherings

Services & Gatherings

Visitation:
Friday, September 9, 2022 from 4:00pm to 8:00pm
Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions
710 E Second
Casper, WY  82601
307-234-0234
Service:
Saturday, September 10, 2022 at 1:00pm
Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions
710 E Second
Casper, WY  82601
307-234-0234
Interment:
Private interment Oregon Trail State Veteran's Cemetery
Evansville, Wyoming
Kory Michael Suba Life story video
On Friday, August 26, 2022, Kory Michael Suba, 32, passed away at his home in Olympia, WA. He was born August 12, 1990 in Casper, WY to Kristine Suba and Joseph “Sonny” Ramirez.

An adventurous prankster with a hero’s heart, Kory was well known for his love of mischievous pranks, offensive jokes, and showing up when he was needed most. As a teen, Kory found mentorship and purpose while riding horses with his grandpa, Oscar. Those afternoons with Oscar inspired Kory to put his adventurous spirit to use by joining the Army, so when Kory graduated from Natrona County High School in 2008, that’s just what he did! Kory was deployed to Iraq where he served as a parachutist, driver, and mechanic for US Army Airborne Infantry unit C 3/38 Long Range Surveillance. During his 12-year military career, Kory successfully completed 34 jumps and earned numerous medals for his leadership skills and bravery. After achieving the rank of Sargent, he was honorably discharged in 2015.

Upon returning from deployment, Kory, his service dog Tyson, and his cat Shithead, made their home in Washington state. Kory attended South Puget Sound Community College with dreams becoming a medical helicopter pilot. This was around the time when an army buddy introduced him to the love of his life, his fiancé, Chayenne Quillin. Kory quickly won her heart through his thoughtful acts of kindness, often showing up with handpicked flowers simply because he knew it would make her smile.

Even though Kory spent much of his adult life far away from his family, he never let the distance deteriorate his relationships. He would regularly coordinate surprises for his mom and his grandma Gloria, sending friends over to mow their lawn, or surprising them with deliveries of his signature “Kory’s Holy Hell” hot sauce which he made from fresh peppers and herbs out of his garden. Kory was known to spend hours on the phone with loved ones, especially on holidays when he would ask that the phone be passed around to everyone there. During these years, Kory grew close with dad’s side of his family, and had a special place in his heart for his sisters Sterling, Veronica, and baby brother Sonny Ray. Some of his favorite pastimes included cooking delicious food to share at family get-togethers, walking along the pier with Chayenne and Tyson, and fishing with his dad at their secret fishing hole.

Throughout his life, Kory often found himself in a position to help others. Whether it was helping a family member in crisis, a brother-in-arms who needed to vent, or a stranger who needed rescuing, Kory opened his heart and home to anyone in need, and never turned down the chance to save a life. Kory was a true hero in every sense of the word.

Kory will be greatly missed by his parents, Kristine Suba and Joseph “Sonny” Ramirez, his brothers Konor Suba, Kody (Kellie) Suba, Keller Suba-Roylance, and Sonny Ray Ramirez; his sisters, Veronica Slattery-McCarter, and Sterling Ramirez; Fiancé, Chayenne Quillin and her parents, Jack and Dana Quillin; his maternal grandparents, Gloria Suba, and Michael (Mona) Suba; his paternal grandma Maria Blanco; and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, brothers-in-arms, and friends. Kory was greeted in heaven by his maternal grandpa, Oscar Gilbert; paternal grandpa, Joe Ramirez, Jr.; Uncle, Scott Ramirez; and many other relatives, and also his beloved dog, Tyson.

Due to construction at the Oregon Trail Veterans Cemetery, services will be performed by Kory’s dear friend, Zaccery Johnston, at Newcomers Funeral Home (710 E 2nds St, Casper WY). Family and friends can attend a viewing on Friday, Sept. 9th from 4-8pm. Funeral service will take place Saturday, Sept 10th at 1pm with a potluck reception to follow at 5142 Reserve Drive in Evansville, WY. Be sure to bring your favorite dish and memories to share!

Kory's service will be live streamed at the scheduled service time. Click Here to view the service.

A private burial at the Oregon Trail Veterans Cemetery will take place at a later date. Till Valhalla!

Arrangements are under the direction of Newcomer Casper Chapel. To leave a special message for the family, please select the "Share Memories" option.

Services & Gatherings

Services & Gatherings

Visitation:
Friday, September 9, 2022 from 4:00pm to 8:00pm
Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions
710 E Second
Casper, WY  82601
307-234-0234
Service:
Saturday, September 10, 2022 at 1:00pm
Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions
710 E Second
Casper, WY  82601
307-234-0234
Interment:
Private interment Oregon Trail State Veteran's Cemetery
Evansville, Wyoming

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