Jeremiah David Case was born on June 11, 1983 in Laramie, Wyoming. He was joyful with a big personality who loved his family dearly and was always ready for the next big adventure in life. His soul loved the mountains of Colorado and Wyoming and he always talked about going to go explore the mountain wilderness of Alaska someday. His life was diverse and abundant which made him a captivating story teller. He could help anyone through a difficult time because he had the ability to find humor in the most mundane life circumstances. He was the type of guy that made friends quickly and was always willing to offer a helping hand. He was a "hand", a cowboy through and through, he also developed skills in carpentry and operating heavy equipment.
A poem that he and his youngest brother Tanner would share aloud before riding broncs is as follows:
As we live the Cowboy Way, protection what we pray,
We don't know our fate, outside of the gate,
If our ride sees trouble, sends angels on the double,
For in the Lord we rest, let our life past your test,
By pure grace we're saved, Lord ride with us,
For your way is paved, that's the Cowboy Way,
And for what real Cowboys Pray.
Jeremiah Case's love of life will live on forever. Through his many struggles he was also a teacher. He taught us grace and boundaries, forgiveness, patience, tolerance, hope. We laughed often, loved often, and cried often. Miah quotes “Never say whoa in a bog hole”, “I want you to be twice the hand I am”, “I love you baby choad”, “We are a dying breed”, “Cowboying is a way of life”. He met his Creator on January 11, 2023. He is greatly missed by family, friends, and loved ones forever. Jeremiah is survived by his parents Tom and Shawnae Case, 2 brothers, Tanner and Sy Case, 3 children Marcus, Braxton and Lexi Case, Grandparents Buck and Marilyn Huston along with Uncles, Aunts and Cousins, nephews and nieces. Memorials and condolences may be sent in care of Gillette Memorial Chapel 210 West 5th Street, Gillette, WY 82716.