Jesse Foster Kremer

Jesse Foster Kremer, 41, of Casper, formerly of Laramie, passed away Friday, January 26, 2018 in Laramie.

He was born April 25, 1976 in Festus, Missouri to Dennis Raymond and Deborah Sue (Coleman) Kremer.

He was a member of St. Laurence O’Toole Catholic Church and St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Casper, WY.

Jesse graduated from the University of Wyoming with a bachelor’s degree. After graduation he became employed by the University of Wyoming and worked for many years in the Foundation Department.

He is survived by his parents Dennis and Deborah of Casper, WY.

Private family services will be held.

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Condolences (9)

  • Heidi E

    Today, I learned that your family is mourning the loss of your beloved Jesse. Please accept my condolences and be assured that almighty God is certainly aware of your painful feelings. May God comfort and sustain you to get through this day and others to come (Isa 41:13). Wishing your family all the best at this most difficult period.

  • Katie Taylor Morgan

    I worked with Jesse at the UW Foundation for several years. I enjoyed working with him and getting to know him. We had many great conversations and I am so sorry it ended this way for him. He deserved more time. My condolences to his parents and brothers. I am sorry for your loss.

  • Madison V.

    Jesse was truly a special person. I had the blessing of working for him at the Foundation for a couple years and they were some of the best I've ever had. He created such a spirited environment always filled with fun. I am so terribly sorry to hear about his passing. I know he fought hard and I will always remember all the stories and happy times we shared. Sending prayers and support to his family.

  • Amy Ernst

    My condolences to the Kremer family. I worked with Jesse at the UW Foundation and always looked forward to our visits. Anytime he would come to visit us basement dwellers, (this is what we called ourselves) I knew that it would be a lively humor filled conversation. Jesse was a kind soul with a great sense of humor. I've often thought of him after he left UW. My hope is that he got to do many of the things that he wanted to do. May God bless you in your time of sorrow. Rest easy my friend.

  • Sue Woirhaye

    Sending heartfelt condolences. Jesse worked in the A&S Dean's office as a work study back when he was in school here at UW. We truly enjoyed working with him.

  • Brenda Vanderpool

    I am truly so very sorry for your loss. I did not know Jesse for a very long time, but it felt like we had know each other for years. We bonded to begin with over out shared "working in a school" history and then realize we had so much more in common. Many days we each went to Goodwill on our lunch breaks to see who could find the best treasure. It was usually Jesse! His friendship and laughter were wonderful gifts I will cherish forever. I pray that you will feel God's loving arms around you all during this difficult time.

  • Clint

    Very sorry to hear this. I worked under Jesse for a long time at the foundation, he was a good boss and an even better friend. My prayers are with his family.

  • Kayla Fehringer

    I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Jesse at the Call Center for three years. That job was one of the best parts of my college experience and it truly changed my life even after I graduated. Jesse was a wonderful boss and a great friend to all of us. He'll definitely be missed.

  • Mary Ivanoff

    To Jesse's family I extend my deepest and truly most heart felt condolences. Jesse was a bright star in my life and I miss him every day. I was privileged to work with him for several years and his friendship has been irreplaceable. His grace and elegance in all he did made all of us better. I will never decorate another Christmas tree without hearing his laughter and suggestions in my mind. I rarely walk through our beautiful campus without hearing him talk about how privileged we were to live in such beauty each day. He was well loved and I hope that your cherished moments will bring you comfort during this time. God speed to my sweet friend and may He hold you in His hands during this time of loss.


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