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Rocky Mountain Obituaries 3-21-11

Delaney Deborah Wadsworth, 3, of Windsor, Colo., passed away March 13, 2011 at her home surrounded by her family and friends.

She was born March 26, 2007 to Brenna and Jason Wadsworth in Laramie, Wyo.

Delaney lived the first three years of her life in Sinclair, Wyo., where she had many friends.

On July 4, 2010 Delaney was diagnosed with DIPG, a rare fatal brain stem tumor, at Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colo. She received radiation treatments and was given nine to 12 months. She fought a courageous battle and never complained.

In October Jason and Brenna took Delaney to Sea World in California and in November they all went on their Make A Wish trip to Disney World in Florida. During these trips many good memories were made.

Delaney was a pageant girl winning eight titles two of which included: Tiny Miss Carbon County in 2009 and Tot Miss Carbon County in 2010.

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Delaney was a huge WWE fan. Her favorite wrestler was R-Truth. Delaney’s wrestling name was Laney “Super Fly” Snuka. She had several classic matches with her rival “The Ultimate Daddy” and always won, sometimes with outside interference from special guest referee the “Mommazon.” She holds the title of the Wadsworth WWE Heavy Weight Champion of the World.

Delaney was an honorary Windsor Wizard Cheerleader, Northridge Grizzlies Cheerleader and a UNC Bear Cheerleader. She was able to cheer in many football and basketball games.

Delaney was Baptized and a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Windsor, Colo. She attended Sunday School and was part of the church choir. She had an amazing voice and sang a solo “Silent Night” at the church Sunday School Christmas Program. She sang many other solos at different events. Delaney had a strong faith in God and Jesus. She knew she was going to go to heaven to be with Jesus and her puppy “Daisy.”

Many people all over the world have followed and supported her on her facebook page; “Prayers for Delaney.” She was featured in the Greeley Tribune several times and on 9News.

Delaney was a beautiful and courageous little girl and will be greatly missed by her parents and family.

She is survived by her loving parents, Brenna and Jason Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., her maternal grandparents, Jerry and Debby Tomayer of Rawlins, Wyo.; her paternal grandparents Terry and Charley Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo.; her aunts and uncles, Jeremy and Brenda Wadsworth of Denver, Colo., Joe and Amber Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Tim and Jamie Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., Kurt Whitehead and Trina Nation of Sitka, Alaska, Josh and Sara Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., and Tri and Heidi Nation of Gillette, Wyo.; cousins Damien Hamilton and Dakiyla Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Alyssa Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., Tessa Jean Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., and Emilia Wadsworth of Denver, Colo.; two great-grandpas, Harry Bruntz and Wayne Wadsworth both of Greeley, Colo.; special friends, Mark, Debbie and Abbey Gonzales, Stephanie Bucklen, Keek McGarr all of Greeley, Colo., and Everett Zimmerschied of Gillette, Wyo.; 12 great-aunts, 13 great uncles, many great-cousins; and over 34,000 facebook fans.

She was preceded in death by four great-grandmas, Esther Bruntz, Mary Wadsworth, Ann Tomayer and Earlene Davidson and one great-grandpa, Joe Tomayer.

Private family services and burial were conducted.

Memorial services were held March 18, 2011 at The Resurrection Fellowship Church in Loveland, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be sent to: Prayers for Delaney, 11522 WCR 76, Windsor, Colo., 80550 or paypal account Btomayer1@yahoo.com.

Delaney Deborah Wadsworth, 3, of Windsor, Colo., passed away March 13, 2011 at her home surrounded by her family and friends.

She was born March 26, 2007 to Brenna and Jason Wadsworth in Laramie, Wyo.

Delaney lived the first three years of her life in Sinclair, Wyo., where she had many friends.

On July 4, 2010 Delaney was diagnosed with DIPG, a rare fatal brain stem tumor, at Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colo. She received radiation treatments and was given nine to 12 months. She fought a courageous battle and never complained.

In October Jason and Brenna took Delaney to Sea World in California and in November they all went on their Make A Wish trip to Disney World in Florida. During these trips many good memories were made.

Delaney was a pageant girl winning eight titles two of which included: Tiny Miss Carbon County in 2009 and Tot Miss Carbon County in 2010.

Delaney was a huge WWE fan. Her favorite wrestler was R-Truth. Delaney’s wrestling name was Laney “Super Fly” Snuka. She had several classic matches with her rival “The Ultimate Daddy” and always won, sometimes with outside interference from special guest referee the “Mommazon.” She holds the title of the Wadsworth WWE Heavy Weight Champion of the World.

Delaney was an honorary Windsor Wizard Cheerleader, Northridge Grizzlies Cheerleader and a UNC Bear Cheerleader. She was able to cheer in many football and basketball games.

Delaney was Baptized and a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Windsor, Colo. She attended Sunday School and was part of the church choir. She had an amazing voice and sang a solo “Silent Night” at the church Sunday School Christmas Program. She sang many other solos at different events. Delaney had a strong faith in God and Jesus. She knew she was going to go to heaven to be with Jesus and her puppy “Daisy.”

Many people all over the world have followed and supported her on her facebook page; “Prayers for Delaney.” She was featured in the Greeley Tribune several times and on 9News.

Delaney was a beautiful and courageous little girl and will be greatly missed by her parents and family.

She is survived by her loving parents, Brenna and Jason Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., her maternal grandparents, Jerry and Debby Tomayer of Rawlins, Wyo.; her paternal grandparents Terry and Charley Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo.; her aunts and uncles, Jeremy and Brenda Wadsworth of Denver, Colo., Joe and Amber Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Tim and Jamie Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., Kurt Whitehead and Trina Nation of Sitka, Alaska, Josh and Sara Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., and Tri and Heidi Nation of Gillette, Wyo.; cousins Damien Hamilton and Dakiyla Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Alyssa Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., Tessa Jean Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., and Emilia Wadsworth of Denver, Colo.; two great-grandpas, Harry Bruntz and Wayne Wadsworth both of Greeley, Colo.; special friends, Mark, Debbie and Abbey Gonzales, Stephanie Bucklen, Keek McGarr all of Greeley, Colo., and Everett Zimmerschied of Gillette, Wyo.; 12 great-aunts, 13 great uncles, many great-cousins; and over 34,000 facebook fans.

She was preceded in death by four great-grandmas, Esther Bruntz, Mary Wadsworth, Ann Tomayer and Earlene Davidson and one great-grandpa, Joe Tomayer.

Private family services and burial were conducted.

Memorial services were held March 18, 2011 at The Resurrection Fellowship Church in Loveland, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be sent to: Prayers for Delaney, 11522 WCR 76, Windsor, Colo., 80550 or paypal account Btomayer1@yahoo.com.

Delaney Deborah Wadsworth, 3, of Windsor, Colo., passed away March 13, 2011 at her home surrounded by her family and friends.

She was born March 26, 2007 to Brenna and Jason Wadsworth in Laramie, Wyo.

Delaney lived the first three years of her life in Sinclair, Wyo., where she had many friends.

On July 4, 2010 Delaney was diagnosed with DIPG, a rare fatal brain stem tumor, at Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colo. She received radiation treatments and was given nine to 12 months. She fought a courageous battle and never complained.

In October Jason and Brenna took Delaney to Sea World in California and in November they all went on their Make A Wish trip to Disney World in Florida. During these trips many good memories were made.

Delaney was a pageant girl winning eight titles two of which included: Tiny Miss Carbon County in 2009 and Tot Miss Carbon County in 2010.

Delaney was a huge WWE fan. Her favorite wrestler was R-Truth. Delaney’s wrestling name was Laney “Super Fly” Snuka. She had several classic matches with her rival “The Ultimate Daddy” and always won, sometimes with outside interference from special guest referee the “Mommazon.” She holds the title of the Wadsworth WWE Heavy Weight Champion of the World.

Delaney was an honorary Windsor Wizard Cheerleader, Northridge Grizzlies Cheerleader and a UNC Bear Cheerleader. She was able to cheer in many football and basketball games.

Delaney was Baptized and a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Windsor, Colo. She attended Sunday School and was part of the church choir. She had an amazing voice and sang a solo “Silent Night” at the church Sunday School Christmas Program. She sang many other solos at different events. Delaney had a strong faith in God and Jesus. She knew she was going to go to heaven to be with Jesus and her puppy “Daisy.”

Many people all over the world have followed and supported her on her facebook page; “Prayers for Delaney.” She was featured in the Greeley Tribune several times and on 9News.

Delaney was a beautiful and courageous little girl and will be greatly missed by her parents and family.

She is survived by her loving parents, Brenna and Jason Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., her maternal grandparents, Jerry and Debby Tomayer of Rawlins, Wyo.; her paternal grandparents Terry and Charley Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo.; her aunts and uncles, Jeremy and Brenda Wadsworth of Denver, Colo., Joe and Amber Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Tim and Jamie Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., Kurt Whitehead and Trina Nation of Sitka, Alaska, Josh and Sara Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., and Tri and Heidi Nation of Gillette, Wyo.; cousins Damien Hamilton and Dakiyla Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Alyssa Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., Tessa Jean Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., and Emilia Wadsworth of Denver, Colo.; two great-grandpas, Harry Bruntz and Wayne Wadsworth both of Greeley, Colo.; special friends, Mark, Debbie and Abbey Gonzales, Stephanie Bucklen, Keek McGarr all of Greeley, Colo., and Everett Zimmerschied of Gillette, Wyo.; 12 great-aunts, 13 great uncles, many great-cousins; and over 34,000 facebook fans.

She was preceded in death by four great-grandmas, Esther Bruntz, Mary Wadsworth, Ann Tomayer and Earlene Davidson and one great-grandpa, Joe Tomayer.

Private family services and burial were conducted.

Memorial services were held March 18, 2011 at The Resurrection Fellowship Church in Loveland, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be sent to: Prayers for Delaney, 11522 WCR 76, Windsor, Colo., 80550 or paypal account Btomayer1@yahoo.com.

Delaney Deborah Wadsworth, 3, of Windsor, Colo., passed away March 13, 2011 at her home surrounded by her family and friends.

She was born March 26, 2007 to Brenna and Jason Wadsworth in Laramie, Wyo.

Delaney lived the first three years of her life in Sinclair, Wyo., where she had many friends.

On July 4, 2010 Delaney was diagnosed with DIPG, a rare fatal brain stem tumor, at Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colo. She received radiation treatments and was given nine to 12 months. She fought a courageous battle and never complained.

In October Jason and Brenna took Delaney to Sea World in California and in November they all went on their Make A Wish trip to Disney World in Florida. During these trips many good memories were made.

Delaney was a pageant girl winning eight titles two of which included: Tiny Miss Carbon County in 2009 and Tot Miss Carbon County in 2010.

Delaney was a huge WWE fan. Her favorite wrestler was R-Truth. Delaney’s wrestling name was Laney “Super Fly” Snuka. She had several classic matches with her rival “The Ultimate Daddy” and always won, sometimes with outside interference from special guest referee the “Mommazon.” She holds the title of the Wadsworth WWE Heavy Weight Champion of the World.

Delaney was an honorary Windsor Wizard Cheerleader, Northridge Grizzlies Cheerleader and a UNC Bear Cheerleader. She was able to cheer in many football and basketball games.

Delaney was Baptized and a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Windsor, Colo. She attended Sunday School and was part of the church choir. She had an amazing voice and sang a solo “Silent Night” at the church Sunday School Christmas Program. She sang many other solos at different events. Delaney had a strong faith in God and Jesus. She knew she was going to go to heaven to be with Jesus and her puppy “Daisy.”

Many people all over the world have followed and supported her on her facebook page; “Prayers for Delaney.” She was featured in the Greeley Tribune several times and on 9News.

Delaney was a beautiful and courageous little girl and will be greatly missed by her parents and family.

She is survived by her loving parents, Brenna and Jason Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., her maternal grandparents, Jerry and Debby Tomayer of Rawlins, Wyo.; her paternal grandparents Terry and Charley Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo.; her aunts and uncles, Jeremy and Brenda Wadsworth of Denver, Colo., Joe and Amber Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Tim and Jamie Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., Kurt Whitehead and Trina Nation of Sitka, Alaska, Josh and Sara Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., and Tri and Heidi Nation of Gillette, Wyo.; cousins Damien Hamilton and Dakiyla Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Alyssa Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., Tessa Jean Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., and Emilia Wadsworth of Denver, Colo.; two great-grandpas, Harry Bruntz and Wayne Wadsworth both of Greeley, Colo.; special friends, Mark, Debbie and Abbey Gonzales, Stephanie Bucklen, Keek McGarr all of Greeley, Colo., and Everett Zimmerschied of Gillette, Wyo.; 12 great-aunts, 13 great uncles, many great-cousins; and over 34,000 facebook fans.

She was preceded in death by four great-grandmas, Esther Bruntz, Mary Wadsworth, Ann Tomayer and Earlene Davidson and one great-grandpa, Joe Tomayer.

Private family services and burial were conducted.

Memorial services were held March 18, 2011 at The Resurrection Fellowship Church in Loveland, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be sent to: Prayers for Delaney, 11522 WCR 76, Windsor, Colo., 80550 or paypal account Btomayer1@yahoo.com.

Delaney Deborah Wadsworth, 3, of Windsor, Colo., passed away March 13, 2011 at her home surrounded by her family and friends.

She was born March 26, 2007 to Brenna and Jason Wadsworth in Laramie, Wyo.

Delaney lived the first three years of her life in Sinclair, Wyo., where she had many friends.

On July 4, 2010 Delaney was diagnosed with DIPG, a rare fatal brain stem tumor, at Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colo. She received radiation treatments and was given nine to 12 months. She fought a courageous battle and never complained.

In October Jason and Brenna took Delaney to Sea World in California and in November they all went on their Make A Wish trip to Disney World in Florida. During these trips many good memories were made.

Delaney was a pageant girl winning eight titles two of which included: Tiny Miss Carbon County in 2009 and Tot Miss Carbon County in 2010.

Delaney was a huge WWE fan. Her favorite wrestler was R-Truth. Delaney’s wrestling name was Laney “Super Fly” Snuka. She had several classic matches with her rival “The Ultimate Daddy” and always won, sometimes with outside interference from special guest referee the “Mommazon.” She holds the title of the Wadsworth WWE Heavy Weight Champion of the World.

Delaney was an honorary Windsor Wizard Cheerleader, Northridge Grizzlies Cheerleader and a UNC Bear Cheerleader. She was able to cheer in many football and basketball games.

Delaney was Baptized and a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Windsor, Colo. She attended Sunday School and was part of the church choir. She had an amazing voice and sang a solo “Silent Night” at the church Sunday School Christmas Program. She sang many other solos at different events. Delaney had a strong faith in God and Jesus. She knew she was going to go to heaven to be with Jesus and her puppy “Daisy.”

Many people all over the world have followed and supported her on her facebook page; “Prayers for Delaney.” She was featured in the Greeley Tribune several times and on 9News.

Delaney was a beautiful and courageous little girl and will be greatly missed by her parents and family.

She is survived by her loving parents, Brenna and Jason Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., her maternal grandparents, Jerry and Debby Tomayer of Rawlins, Wyo.; her paternal grandparents Terry and Charley Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo.; her aunts and uncles, Jeremy and Brenda Wadsworth of Denver, Colo., Joe and Amber Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Tim and Jamie Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., Kurt Whitehead and Trina Nation of Sitka, Alaska, Josh and Sara Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., and Tri and Heidi Nation of Gillette, Wyo.; cousins Damien Hamilton and Dakiyla Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Alyssa Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., Tessa Jean Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., and Emilia Wadsworth of Denver, Colo.; two great-grandpas, Harry Bruntz and Wayne Wadsworth both of Greeley, Colo.; special friends, Mark, Debbie and Abbey Gonzales, Stephanie Bucklen, Keek McGarr all of Greeley, Colo., and Everett Zimmerschied of Gillette, Wyo.; 12 great-aunts, 13 great uncles, many great-cousins; and over 34,000 facebook fans.

She was preceded in death by four great-grandmas, Esther Bruntz, Mary Wadsworth, Ann Tomayer and Earlene Davidson and one great-grandpa, Joe Tomayer.

Private family services and burial were conducted.

Memorial services were held March 18, 2011 at The Resurrection Fellowship Church in Loveland, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be sent to: Prayers for Delaney, 11522 WCR 76, Windsor, Colo., 80550 or paypal account Btomayer1@yahoo.com.

Delaney Deborah Wadsworth, 3, of Windsor, Colo., passed away March 13, 2011 at her home surrounded by her family and friends.

She was born March 26, 2007 to Brenna and Jason Wadsworth in Laramie, Wyo.

Delaney lived the first three years of her life in Sinclair, Wyo., where she had many friends.

On July 4, 2010 Delaney was diagnosed with DIPG, a rare fatal brain stem tumor, at Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colo. She received radiation treatments and was given nine to 12 months. She fought a courageous battle and never complained.

In October Jason and Brenna took Delaney to Sea World in California and in November they all went on their Make A Wish trip to Disney World in Florida. During these trips many good memories were made.

Delaney was a pageant girl winning eight titles two of which included: Tiny Miss Carbon County in 2009 and Tot Miss Carbon County in 2010.

Delaney was a huge WWE fan. Her favorite wrestler was R-Truth. Delaney’s wrestling name was Laney “Super Fly” Snuka. She had several classic matches with her rival “The Ultimate Daddy” and always won, sometimes with outside interference from special guest referee the “Mommazon.” She holds the title of the Wadsworth WWE Heavy Weight Champion of the World.

Delaney was an honorary Windsor Wizard Cheerleader, Northridge Grizzlies Cheerleader and a UNC Bear Cheerleader. She was able to cheer in many football and basketball games.

Delaney was Baptized and a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Windsor, Colo. She attended Sunday School and was part of the church choir. She had an amazing voice and sang a solo “Silent Night” at the church Sunday School Christmas Program. She sang many other solos at different events. Delaney had a strong faith in God and Jesus. She knew she was going to go to heaven to be with Jesus and her puppy “Daisy.”

Many people all over the world have followed and supported her on her facebook page; “Prayers for Delaney.” She was featured in the Greeley Tribune several times and on 9News.

Delaney was a beautiful and courageous little girl and will be greatly missed by her parents and family.

She is survived by her loving parents, Brenna and Jason Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., her maternal grandparents, Jerry and Debby Tomayer of Rawlins, Wyo.; her paternal grandparents Terry and Charley Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo.; her aunts and uncles, Jeremy and Brenda Wadsworth of Denver, Colo., Joe and Amber Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Tim and Jamie Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., Kurt Whitehead and Trina Nation of Sitka, Alaska, Josh and Sara Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., and Tri and Heidi Nation of Gillette, Wyo.; cousins Damien Hamilton and Dakiyla Wadsworth of Windsor, Colo., Alyssa Tomayer of Laramie, Wyo., Tessa Jean Goodvin of Eaton, Colo., and Emilia Wadsworth of Denver, Colo.; two great-grandpas, Harry Bruntz and Wayne Wadsworth both of Greeley, Colo.; special friends, Mark, Debbie and Abbey Gonzales, Stephanie Bucklen, Keek McGarr all of Greeley, Colo., and Everett Zimmerschied of Gillette, Wyo.; 12 great-aunts, 13 great uncles, many great-cousins; and over 34,000 facebook fans.

She was preceded in death by four great-grandmas, Esther Bruntz, Mary Wadsworth, Ann Tomayer and Earlene Davidson and one great-grandpa, Joe Tomayer.

Private family services and burial were conducted.

Memorial services were held March 18, 2011 at The Resurrection Fellowship Church in Loveland, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be sent to: Prayers for Delaney, 11522 WCR 76, Windsor, Colo., 80550 or paypal account Btomayer1@yahoo.com.