Obituary: Richard R (Dick) Diesburg

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Richard R (Dick) Diesburg

April 9, 1936 – June 29, 2021 (age 85)

Richard R (Dick) Diesburg met his Lord and Savior peacefully on June 29, 2021.

Born to Raymond and Naomi Diesburg on April 9, 1936 in Independence, Iowa, he later relocated to Casper wherever he fulfilled the really like of his daily life Donna Virgine Hawkins. They married on August 31, 1957 and lifted 8 awesome small children jointly.

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Children include Dyanne (Donnie) Pynnonen, Rick (Mary), Debi (James) Busby, Julie (Mark) Nygren, Tom, Michelle, Mike (Angie) and Karyn. He is further more survived by his grandchildren Jennifer, Jodie, Rob, Nicholas, Bryan, Paul, Shayne, Marissa, Mikey, Leigha, Jacob, Joshua, Ryan, Joe, Daniel, Eddie, Austin, Crystal, Ashley, Justin and 28 great grandchildren: Madeline, Max, Ashlynn, Carter, Brett, Devon, Alex, Dakota, Charlee, Lucas, Olivia, Luke, Zachary, Madelyn, Lilly, Noah, Martin, Roy, Sailor, Raymond, Randy, Elijah, Benjamin, Maya, Trent, Sadie, Ryker and Alyxandria. Added survivors include things like his twin brothers Tim (Peg) and Terry (Sherry) unique close friend Bob McNamara and lots of cousins, nieces and nephews.

In his younger yrs he was a member of the Nationwide Guard and was nationally acknowledged by the NRA as a Life time Grasp for Indoor Smallbore Rifle level of competition. He satisfied some lifelong good friends throughout his doing the job professions at Nicolaysen Lumberyard, Casper Drinking water Dept., Minor The united states Refinery, Amoco Productions and The Unattractive Bug Fly Store.

He used most of his grownup everyday living using and rebuilding bikes. He was a member of Wyoming Motorbike Trials Affiliation and the Oil Cash Trials Association. Demo driving grew to become a loved ones affair with his three sons Rick, Tom and Mike all finding concerned, and the girls served with judging and viewing the minor kinds at situations.

He was a associate with Greg Stewart and offered SWM motorcycles in the 1980s. At the age of 73 he did the Saddle Sore 1000 Problem. This is an endurance motorcycle experience sponsored by the Iron Butt Association that involves a rider trip 1000 miles or additional within 24 hrs. For him it consisted of a journey as a result of Wyoming, Montana and Utah, logging 1020 miles. His genuine using time was 15 several hours, 45 minutes. He achieved this on a BMW R1150RT and was the 27,373rd individual to effectively entire this grueling journey.

He liked tenting and fishing in the Bighorn Mountains on Prune Creek. Equally Richard and Donna shared in the joy of fishing and just about every won the Cutt-Slam Obstacle sponsored by the Wyoming Video game and Fish. This challenge requires the catching and documenting of all 4 indigenous species of Cutthroat trout in Wyoming rivers and streams. Richard was the 8th human being to be identified for this accomplishment.

Richard used the previous 17 months fully commited to providing the very best care he could to his spouse Donna, numerous instances to the position of pure exhaustion. During this time he was even now equipped to continue on a person of his most loved hobbies, fly tying, in which he tied over 1000 flies in that period. He prided himself with his potential due to the teaching of grasp fly-tier Marvin Nolte, who was a single of the prime 20 salmon fly tiers in the world. They ended up both associates of the Wyoming Fly Casters. Richard was a very active member in the club for about 25 several years, serving in quite a few roles.

In 1993, Richard was awarded the William A. MacTavish Award. This award is offered to a member of the club who very best exemplifies unselfish sharing in the service of the club. He will now be expending his time fishing the “eternal river.” Lots of fly fishermen relied on him for advice with choosing the suitable gear for catching the big a person in his decades he invested doing work at the Ugly Bug Fly Store immediately after his retirement from Amoco in 1994.

Richard and Donna were devoted associates of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Casper. A Rosary will be prayed on July 21 at the church at 7 p.m. Companies will be held on July 22 at the church beginning at 10 a.m. Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Residence is aiding the spouse and children.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be created in memory of Richard to St. Jude’s Children’s Healthcare facility, St. Anthony’s Tri Parish University or St. Anthony’s Catholic Church.

The family would like to categorical particular many thanks to buddies that helped Richard on this journey as well as Frontier House Wellness & Hospice, Wyoming Clinical Centre and Central Wyoming Hospice. He will be considerably skipped.