CASPER—Brenda Meier Peters was born in Sioux Falls, SD in November, 1952. After graduating from Huron High School in 1971, she attended the University of Wyoming and graduated with a degree in Music in 1975. After teaching music for a brief time at Western Wyoming Community College, she moved to Casper and began her long career in communications where she initially worked in sales for Custom Radio before joining Verizon Wireless from whom she retired.
An accomplished musician, Brenda played the French Horn, Oboe and played the organ for 30 years at Mount Hope Lutheran Church. She also enjoyed playing the piano for her fellow Rotarians, much to the delight of members and their guests.
A true lover of animals, especially her Lhasa Apsos and Tibetan Terriers, she was widely known and recognized on the dog show circuit and won many trophies, ribbons and certificates for her hard work.
An accomplished Master Gardener, Brenda’s flower gardens were her second passion and served as a refuge from her very busy days. If you couldn’t reach her by phone, she would most likely be found in the yard, sometimes working to plant the last flower or bulb well into the darkness aided by a headlight.
Brenda passed away peacefully early Thanksgiving Day at Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Karl E. Meier and Norma Werning Meier.
She is survived by numerous cousins.
Memorials may be sent to Casper Humane Society, Kindness Ranch or Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions.
At her request, no services will be held.
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