Charles “Chuck” LeRoy Stuckert

LARAMIE – Charles “Chuck” LeRoy Stuckert joined the Lord peacefully on July 17, 2023, at home after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family. Chuck was born in Wellington, Colorado on January 27, 1930, to Adam and Odelia (Dienes) Stuckert. A celebration of life with military honors will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church in Torrington, on Saturday, July 29, 2023, at 10 a.m. A reception will follow at the church. 

Chuck attended school in Livermore, Colorado until 1939, when the family moved to Mitchell, Nebraska. He attended Sunny Slope grade school. Chuck met his high school sweetheart, Myrna Lea Duncan, in 1945 and graduated from Liberty High School in 1948.

Chuck was drafted into the Army in August 1949. He served 23 months on the 38th Parallel. Serving his country during the Korean War, he received many honors and medals. After being Honorably Discharged, Chuck married Myrna on September 6, 1951, in Morrill, Nebraska. 

Chuck was briefly employed with the Railroad in Iowa before returning to Morrill, where they welcomed their daughter, Lisa Kay and son, Robert “Bob” Lee. Chuck moved his young family to Henry, Nebraska where he farmed with his father and brother. They moved to Torrington, WY in 1963 where they remained until moving to Laramie in August 2022 to be near their children. He was employed with Keeley Automotive and Wyoming Automotive/NAPA. Chuck later opened his own automotive electrical business until his retirement in 2010. 

Chuck loved hunting for and collecting arrowheads and historic artifacts. They enjoyed many family camping trips around Wyoming and Nebraska. Retirement allowed Chuck and Myrna to travel around the US, seeing family and friends. He enjoyed taking walks around their neighborhood in Torrington and visiting with friends. Chuck loved to “talk shop” with anyone and was still helping and giving engine and wiring advice to the end. They always made their annual summer trip to Guernsey Reservoir for lunch and a ride in Bob’s boat. Chuck was a faithful member of the All-Saints Episcopal Church in Torrington and later, St Matthews Episcopal Church in Laramie. Chuck and Myrna have been volunteering for Gracie’s Promise for several years.

Chuck was preceded in death by his parents, Adam and Odelia, brother, Donald Stuckert, and grandson, Jacob Stuckert. He is survived by his wife Myrna, daughter Lisa Moore (Boulder, Colorado), son Robert (Heather) (Laramie, Wyoming); grandchildren, Matthew (Jennifer) Moore (Atlanta, Georgia), Cannon Stuckert (Granby, Colorado), Jessica and Keegan Norelius (Laramie); four great grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and his church family. 

Honorary pallbearers: Matthew Moore, Rowan Moore, Floyd Duncan, James Duncan, Doug Stuckart and Keegan Norelius. A special thank you to Hospice of Laramie for all their help and support.

Cremation has taken place and burial will be at a later date in Morrill. 

In lieu of flowers, please consider sending a donation in Chucks name to Gracie’s Promise, PO Box 1366 Torrington, WY 82240 or Hospice of Laramie, 1754 Centennial Dr. Laramie, WY. 82070.

Condolences may be sent to “Stuckert Family” at 1414 Thaxton Ct Unit D, Laramie, WY 82072 or online at www.montgomerystryker.com.