Jenny M. Marr

Jenny M. Marr, lifelong resident of Laramie, WY reached out her hand to her Lord on December 13, 2017. She passed away at the “Medical Center of the Rockies” in Loveland, CO after a lengthy illness.

She was born to Clinton J Marr and Edith J. Schmidt, Stiteler in Hastings, NE on December 12, 1952. She attended elementary school in Laramie and graduated from Minatare High School, Minatare, NE in 1972. She lived a short time in Culpeper, VA then returned to Laramie in 1973.

After returning to Laramie she was the ranch cook on the Miller Ranch west of Laramie for several years.  When she left the ranch she moved to Centennial where she worked for Pat Self at The Old Corral for many years. In 1989 she moved back to Laramie where she became a Wal-Mart employee. She retired from Wal-Mart in 2016.

She is preceded in death by her lifelong partner Ralph Leeds; her parents, Clinton J. Marr and Edith J. (Schmidt) Stiteler; her grandparents on her father’s side, Clinton J. and Gerti (Johnson) Marr; her grandparents on her mother’s side, Emil and Elizabeth (Lutkemeier) Schmidt; and her step-father, Dean Stiteler.

She is survived by her step-mother Betty Marr of Hastings, NE, two sisters Jo Ella (Tom) Ruhter of Cheyenne, WY, Wendy Marr Wells of Grand Island, NE, two brothers, Jeff Yoachim (Paula) of Bellevue, NE and Drew J Marr of Elgin, OK. One uncle, Max Marr of Loveland, CO, two aunts, Ethel (Tom) Tompkins of Scottsdale, AZ and Lulu Schmidt of Hastings, NE. She is also survived by two step-sisters Sue (Jeff) Foster of Juniata, NE, Kim (Larry) Snavely Minden, NE, two step brothers, Mark (Kim) Pfieffer Trumbull, NE and Kipp Pfieffer Hastings, NE and families. As well as two-step sisters Susie (Paul) Carey, Penny Barrow and one step brother Rick (Cheryl) Stiteler and families, all of WA state. Eight nieces and nephews; Kim (Kevin) Short, Kellie (Ryan) Harder, Samantha Beal, McKinzie Marr, Jason Ruhter, Justin (Maira) Ruhter, Brett Beal, CJ Marr and one great nieces Kara Short and many cousins and friends.

Celebration of Life will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, February 17, 2018 at the Centennial Community Church in the common area with the Reverend Rhett Ivey, officiating. A reception will follow  at The Post.

Memorials contributions may be made to the family c/o Jo Ruhter, 805 E. College Dr. Cheyenne, WY 82007.



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  • Nancy Fletcher

    It was so sad to read that Jenny had passed away. I knew her for many years with my association with her at Walmart. Every week, I would deliver supplies that the Bakery Department needed. Each time I saw Jenny, she greeted me with her warm smile. My condolences to her family. Jenny will be missed, but is now with her Lord.

  • gail clark

    So sad about Jenny's passing. Hopefully, she is in a new happy home. I worked with Jenny for 25 years at Wal-Mart. She was always so cordial and never a bad word about others. Go in peace Jenny

  • Becky Parker

    I am so sorry to see that Jenny passed away! I am so glad that she called me from the hospital hire in Laramie and I got to go up and see her. I didn't realize that she was that bad. I hope that her and my mom are up in heaven hand in hand talking about us! As my mom went to heaven the day after she did. I thought the world of her. I always knew when she called me I needed to get her in right away to do her hair. As I knew she had wanted longer then she should have. Lol! Becky parker

  • Kimberly Malone

    Jenny worked with my mom at Walmart for many years. I grew up around her there. Even as an adult I loved seeing her at Walmart and getting a hug.. She will be missed. My deepest condolences!

  • Angi Rogers

    I am saddened by the loss of such a wonderful person with a beautiful heart..I worked with Jenny at Wal-Mart for a few years and although it was only a few we bonded in ways that only a mother and daughter can...Jenny was like a mother to me and she always knew what yo say to make my day. She was a very hard worker, smart, friendly and loving..She was giving and honest..I will miss her in so m any ways it can't be measured. ..I send my prayers and thoughts to Jenny's family in this time of such grief and great loss..Jenny....I love you!!!..Fly high Momma Jenny..Thank you for being such an important part life..your spirit will never leave my heart and the e m priest will forever be alive...Rest in Peace till we meet again.. Angi Rogers

  • Doti Huebner

    I am so sad to hear of Jenny's passing, she will be missed by many. I worked with her for many years in the bakery at Walmart. She was a sweet lady with a wonderful sense of humor. She told funny stories and was a joy to work with. Jenny always had time to listen to a friend, and had great advice to share. I am sending my thoughts and prayers to the family during this tough time. ♡


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