Gaynell Park

Born: Tue., Aug. 27, 1935
Died: Thu., Jun. 7, 2012


Funeral Service

10:00 AM Fri., Jun. 15, 2012
Location: Bustard Funeral Home


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Gaynell Ann Park was born August 27, 1935 in Casper, Wyoming to John and Grace Logan. She attended grade school in Alcova until high school.

Gaynell moved to Casper to attend high school and lived with her grandmother Spurlock. Gaynell was an honor student with many friends and received several scholastic honors from Natrona County High School and Casper College.
She worked for Conoco Oil Co. in their office and was regarded very highly.

In 1954 she married Norman Park. They lived on ranches and then managed the Dumbell Ranch for 50 years.

She is survived by her husband, Norman, of 57 years of Casper; her sons Mark (Dena) Park of Alcova and Blake Park of Seattle, WA.

Gaynell had several health issues prior to her death on June 7, 2012. She will be sadly missed by her family as well as by a multitude of dear friends.

Memorial services will be at 10:00 a.m., Friday, June15, 2012 at Bustard’s Funeral Home.  Pastor John Larramendy from Alcova Baptist Church will be officiating.

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T. Kelly
   Posted Mon June 11, 2012
Please accept my heartfelt sympathies. My heart goes out to the family. Death is something we will never get use to. In fact, God's Word refers to death as an enemy. (1 Corinthians 15:26) Very soon our loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah God, will remove death once and for all and give us the opportunity to see our loved ones again here on the earth.

Dean Hedrick
   Posted Mon June 11, 2012
To Gaynell's family - I was blessed to know Gaynell for only a short time, but knew her well enough to know she touched a lot of lives. Apparently, it was time for God to have another good steward of the land and wildlife in Heaven. My sympathies to you all...she was truly a wonderful lady. I know she is watching over us and smiling.

Kenny Andreen
   Posted Tue June 12, 2012
When I read of Gaynell's passing to Kenny, he paid her his highest praise. "She was an amazing lady and a great person horseback". He often speaks of the days when everyone was younger and he worked over out of Alcova. I know that he admired Gaynell and enjoyed Norman. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. May the Lord be with you during this time.
With sympathy
Kenny and Cathy Andreen

S. Krahn
   Posted Wed June 20, 2012
I would like to send my warmest sympathies to the family of Ms. Park. She was truly a wonderful lady and a very giving person who made time for me every year when I hunted on the Dumbell Ranch. I looked forward to every year when I would contact her for access to the Ranch and she would take time in her busy schedule to make sure that she provided everything we needed for our hunt. Ms. Park was like no other and she will be sorely missed. Please forward my deep and sincere sadness to her family and my sincere gratitude for being able to know this amazing lady.

Patti Park Rasmussen
   Posted Mon July 23, 2012
Dear Norman, Mark and Blake,
I am Wayman's oldest daughter. I was so sad to see that Gaynell had passed away just recently. I had been trying to get in touch with your folks for the past year. But saw where the ranch was sold and I was unable to contact anyone by phone. My Dad and Mom always spoke so highly of them both and talked about his time in Wyoming with the Park family. I remember coming to the ranch when I was very young. We did stop by a few years ago and saw your Mom, but missed your Dad. We were hoping to stop by and visit them both in the next few months, but see that we have waited too long. I am truly sorry for your loss. I know you have many wonderful memories of Gaynell. I remember her as such a beautiful, happy and gracious lady. I know she will be missed by many. Please feel free to contact me via email. I would like to know how your Dad is doing. Again my deepest sympathy and love from this side of the Park family.

Patti Park Rasmussen
   Posted Mon July 23, 2012
Dear Norman, Mark and Blake,
I am Wayman''s oldest daughter. I was so sad to see that Gaynell had passed away just recently. I had been trying to get in touch with your folks for the past year. But saw where the ranch was sold and I was unable to contact anyone by phone. My Dad and Mom always spoke so highly of them both and talked about his time in Wyoming with the Park family. I remember coming to the ranch when I was very young. We did stop by a few years ago and saw your Mom, but missed your Dad. We were hoping to stop by and visit them both in the next few months, but see that we have waited too long. I am truly sorry for your loss. I know you have many wonderful memories of Gaynell. I remember her as such a beautiful, happy and gracious lady. I know she will be missed by many. Please feel free to contact me via email. I would like to know how your Dad is doing. Again my deepest sympathy and love from this side of the Park family.

Lona Patton
   Posted Mon August 20, 2012
I am sitting here sharing your sadness, I just heard the new from my son. Wish I had known, I would have liked to attended the funeral. Gaynell was a dear friend even though we only visited during hunting season, she always treated my family as if we were her own family.
My most sincere condolences to all who mourn her loss. And I celebrate for her as she is now in the Kingdom of Heaven with our Savior.

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