Milton Klungness, 68, died May 11, 2018 after a brave battle with cancer for a few years. A Funeral Service for Milton will be held at Bustard’s Funeral Home, Tuesday, May 15 at 10:00 a.m. with Father Hugo L. Blotsky, O.S.B., officiating. Burial will be held at Highland Cemetery immediately after the Service.
Milton was born in Casper, September 3, 1949 to Milton Lane & Norma Louvine (Blauer) Klungness. He was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church.
Milton lived a full life having had many different interests. He worked with his brother Kirk in the oil fields. He made Native American jewelry. For a time, he was a pro-golfer. He owned and operated a restaurant and wine shop in Red Lodge, MT, and a wine shop in Billings. At the time of his failing health, he had been a wine broker for 25 years.
His hobbies included golfing, fly fishing, and riding his motorcycle.
He married Annie Kukura in 1993. Together, they had two children, Ryan, age 21, Durango, CO, and Hayley, age 18, a senior at NCHS. They hosted many big fund-raisers for charitable organizations in Casper.
Surviving him are his two lovely children, brother Kirk of Casper, sister Karen Spencer, a fiancée and her son.
He was preceded in death by his parents Milton Lane & Norma Louvine (Blauer) Klungness, and, sister Susie Klungness.
In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Milton may be made to Central Wyoming Rescue Mission.