Roger Strom Posted by John Axtell Date: January 14, 2021 1507 Views The family of 65-year old Roger Strom invites everyone to join them for his celebration of life Sat, Jan 16, 2021 at 10:00 AM at Highland Park Community Church in Casper, Wyo A reception will follow at the Casper Events Center in the Summit Room until 4 pm.. Flowers can be sent to the office at Highland Park Community Church or in lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Roger’s name at Hilltop National Bank for a charity to be later determined by his family. Online condolences may be left at bustardcares.com Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home of Casper is in charge of arrangements for Roger Strom. Roger Lynn Strom was born October 12, 1955 in Chadron, NE, and passed peacefully on January 5th, 2021 in Salt Lake City, Utah from an unexpected, catastrophic, brain hemorrhage. In his last moments he was comforted by his wife and kids, listening to their favorite love songs. Roger was the youngest boy in the family and grew up in Chadron, graduating from Chadron High School in 1974. He married his first wife, Deana, and they welcomed their son, Randy. Years later, Roger divorced Deana, but his love story did not end. He moved to Casper, Wyo, and met Susie Litzinger, whom he married in 1989. Roger and Susie then had three wonderful daughters of their own: Nickole, Samantha, and Alexis. They lived their many happy years in Casper Roger spent his 45 year career selling industrial electrical supplies working for various companies – Roberts Electric (Chadron), Modern Electric (Casper), Zimmerman Electric (Scottsbluff, NE), and Ryall/Rexel (Casper). He met and developed many friendships in his time traveling the state of Wyoming before he retired in July of 2019. Roger was a great provider for his family and spent many weekends next to a football field, wrestling mat, track, or volleyball court. He loved spending time with his family at the lake, reading books, working in the yard, watching a good movie, having backyard beers or driveway drinks with his “drinking problems – Nick, Sam, and Lex.” Roger sought to give his family his time and his best self. He was a loving son, brother, husband, father, uncle, grandpa, friend and Dude to many. He will be missed and never forgotten. He is preceded in death by his parents, his father in law, and brother in law. Roger is survived by his wife and forever love, Susie; his son, Randy (Hilary), of Gering, Nebraska; his daughter, Nickole, of Casper; his daughter, Sammi, of Casper; and his daughter, Lexi (Trent), of Casper; his grandchildren, Emma, Ella, and Evan, of Gering, NE; and grandson, Austin/Little Dude, of Casper. Roger is also survived by his three older brothers and younger sister, along with many nieces and nephews. Thank you to everyone that prayed and sent well wishes to the family during this difficult time. Roger will be missed by many for the fun loving, caring man that he was.