Curtin, Marie Catherine Kaysbier (Mullin) (Unknown - August 9, 1983)

Curtin of Douglas rites held


Douglas Budget - August 18, 1983

Mass for Christian Burial for Marie Catherine Curtin were held Friday, August 12, 1983 at 10 a.m. at the St. James Catholic Church in Douglas with the Rev. Father Philip Colibraro.

Rosary was recited Thursday, August 11, 1983 at 7:30 p.m. at St. James Catholic Church with the Father Philip Colibraro. Interment was in the Douglas Park Cemetery.

Mrs. Curtin died Tuesday, August 9, 1983 at the Converse County Memorial Hospital very suddenly.

MARIE, THE daughter of Michael and Mayme Cornin Mullin was born at Wheatland, Wyoming. She attended and graduated from Mount St. Gertrude Academy at Boulder, Colorado. She worked as a secretary in Washington, D.C., Cheyenne, and Casper.

Mrs. Curtin was married to Robert Kaysbier on September 1, 1941 at Cheyenne. They lived in Cheyenne until 1954 when they moved to Casper. Mr. Kaysbier died in October, 1972. She was then married to Thomas W. Curtin at the St. James Catholic Church at Douglas on January 8, 1977.

Mrs. Curtin has since been a resident of Douglas until the time of her death. She was a member of the St. James Catholic church in Douglas and was an avid bridge player.

SHE IS survived by her husband, Tom of Douglas; one son, William Kaysbier of Cheyenne, Wy.; one daughter, Kay Thompson of Casper, Wy.; one sister Philiamena Bancroft of Arlington, Va.; and two grandchildren, Shannan and Bobby Harris of Casper, Wy. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Josephine Mullin.

Serving as pallbearers; Pat Curtin, Maxie Page, Wes Hineman, Rick Ramsey, Dick Silsby, and Jim Whips.

Serving as honorary pallbearers; Walt Murphy, Ben LeVasseur, Otto Bolln, Tony Balzan, Tom Johnson, Duane Siebken, Joe Rimmer, Frank Thurston, Don Thompson, Floyd Artist, Duane Alwin, LeRoy Town, Paul O'Neal and Charlie Anderson.

A memorial has been established to the Converse County Heart Fund or to the St. James Catholic Church. The Converse County Funeral Chapel was in charge of the arrangements.


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