Charles F. “Chart” Yeoman

Charles F. “Chart” Yeoman Jr. died January 3, 2023 at Hospice of Laramie.  He was born December 17, 1925 to Charles F. Yeoman Sr. and Lillie Bell (Jenkins) Yeoman in Casper, Wy.  He grew up in Laramie and graduated from Laramie High School after which he served in the Navy during WWII.  He married the love of his life Barbara Ann Fluty and they raised two children, Steve Yeoman and Dianna “Dolly” Kerr.

Because he loved all things outdoors, he started Yeoman Marine in 1956 selling boats, RV’s, and snowmobiles, and remained active in the business until retiring.

Chart loved hunting and fishing.  He hunted all over Wyoming, Alaska, and British Columbia.  But his first love was fishing.  He spent countless hours on the water chasing trout, walleye, and bass.  After retiring, he and Barbara traveled extensively in their motor home spending many enjoyable winters at Lake Powell and Lake Havasu.

He is survived by his son Steve Yeoman, daughter Dolly Kerr (Greg), Grandsons Jason Yeoman, Kevin Yeoman (Ashtin), Granddaughters Mandi Kerr, Kelsi Kerr (Caleb Dunn), Great Grandsons Kobi Yeoman, Jay Yeoman, Mason Rucker, Great Granddaughters Madi Rucker, Baila Dunn, and Hattie Dunn.

As per his request no services will be held.

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Condolences (13)

  • Dave Garrett

    It was a pleasure to have briefly. Know Chart I enjoyed several Canada fishing trips with he and my friend * Jim Johnson . DAVIDLGARRETT.81@GMAIL.COM

  • debbie maes

    Oh Charles, I will miss you so much my dear friend. I am so glad we got to be friends.

  • Mardell and DominicAragon

    Dom and send our deepest condolences to ALL the families. Always remember the good times as he lived a good life and shared it with all of you!

  • Anonymous

    I'm so sorry to hear of Chart's passing. I have fond memories of him and my dad shooting archery and fishing together and stopping by his shop on the way to go water skiing when I was a little kid. He was always friendly and had a kind word and a bright smile. Your family are in my prayers. Debbie (Lake) Wheat

  • Debbie Hunt

    Dianna and Steve I am so sad to hear of Chart's passing. I always thought of him as my "second Dad". Many good times water skiing and camping and just hanging out at your house and of course snowmobiling. He always recognized me wherever we ran into each other and gave me that big hug. He will be misssed by many.

  • Brad and Terri Jones

    Steve, Dolly and Families, Chart will be missed by many more than you will ever know. All of us that grew up under his watchful eye have heartfelt stories to tell, he made a positive impression on us. God bless Chart and his family.

  • Anonymous

    We were honored to know Chart and Barbara. When Chart smiled his whole face lit up and so did your day. Jo Ann Benson

  • Mardi and Dann Harvey

    Dann and I are so sorry to hear this news. Chart was an extraordinary man and we loved every minute we got to spend with him. He will be sorely missed.

  • Patsy Vigil

    Dolly and family. Sorry for your loss. Patsy Vigil

  • Guy w. Scarpelli

    Steve, Dolly and families my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Chart was a great man and will be missed.

  • Tom

    My condolences to Steve, Dolly and family. All of us kids growing up around Chart, at the lake, knew he was a special man. It was always Chart and Barb. May they rest in peace.

  • Dawn Deiss

    Chart was a gentleman, in every way. Laramie was richer because he was in our community. Dawn Deiss

  • Kim Viner

    Steve, Dolly and families, Chart was such an important part of our lives in West Laramie. He was very good to my Mom and Dad, and putting up with Gary and me hanging around the shop. One of my great memorable experiences was a ride in his speedboat on Jackson Lake. When he hit the gas, I fell out of my seat!. He will be greatly missed.


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