Theodore “Teddy” Lowell Weekly II: 1994-2013 | TSLN.com

Theodore “Teddy” Lowell Weekly II: 1994-2013

Theodore "Teddy" Lowell Weekly II, 18, of Cheyenne, WY, passed away Monday, Feb. 18, 2013, near Wheatland, WY.

He was born July 30, 1994, in Cheyenne and had lived here all of his life.

Teddy was a freshman at Casper College.

He was the 3rd Vice President of the Wyoming State FFA Officer's Team, a member of the Casper College livestock judging team and a member of 4-H. He held numerous titles and accolades within both organizations. Teddy had a natural gift when it came to livestock showmanship and public speaking. Teddy had a passion for hunting, boating and camping. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with family and friends.

Teddy is survived by his parents, David and Kelly Weekly of Cheyenne; sister, Brittney Weekly of Cheyenne; cousins, Charidie Timberman of Casper and Sgt. Airriella Lucero of Cheyenne; his grandparents, Ted and Connie Weekly and Jeannette Cranmore, all of Cheyenne; great-grandmother, Leola Weekly; uncle, Derek, aunt, Cindy Weekly and cousins D.J., Tanner, Lindsay and Ryan, all of Cheyenne; aunt, Karla Brummond, of Cheyenne; cousins, Chainie and Chelcie; numerous great-uncles, great-aunts, extended family members and friends.

He was preceded in death by his two grandfathers, George Cranmore and Larry Knapp.

Services were held at 2 p.m., Monday at Calvary Chapel with Pastor Shawn Sells officiating. Interment at Cheyenne Memorial Gardens.

A reception followed at the Archer Complex, 3967 Archer Parkway, Building M.

Casket bearers were Tate Bauman, Colby Hales, Lisa Andreen, Bryce McKenzie, Jessica Pingetzer, Taylor Smock, Ashley Spatz, Nick Addelman and Payton Blackwell. Honorary casket bearers will be all of his family and friends.

Please sign Teddy's online guestbook at http://www.wrcfuneral.com.

Preparations are currently being made for a Wyoming FFA Foundation memorial scholarship in honor of Teddy Weekly. For information please contact the Wyoming FFA Foundation.

Services are under the direction of Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel.