Jon is the CEO and President of Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes. He has lived in Cheyenne since 1972 and graduated from East High School in 1984. Jon graduated from Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1987. He became a licensed embalmer in 1988 and the licensed funeral director at the funeral home in 1999. He is also a licensed pre-need funeral consultant. Jon loves the outdoors and is an avid bowhunter, fly fisherman and golfer. In 2012, Jon was inducted into the Cheyenne East High School Hall of Fame.
Bridgette is the Vice-President and Treasurer of Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes. She started in 1995 and is a licensed pre-need funeral consultant. Bridgette is a Cheyenne native and graduated from Central High School in 1984.
Jon and Bridgette are the parents of two children, Jenna (surgical technician) and Colter (U.S. Marine). They attend Cheyenne Hills Church and are members of the Cheyenne Country Club and many other civic organizations, including both being very involved in the Grace For 2 Brothers Foundation with Jon currently serving as the Treasurer on the Board of Director’s.
Jon and Bridgette purchased the funeral home in July of 2007 and continue the high standard of caring and compassionate service for the families of Cheyenne that was established by Roger and Jane Radomsky and is unequal in this area.
Delores Wiederspahn has lived in Cheyenne most of her life. She graduated from Central High School in 1964. Delores is the Office Manager and a licensed pre-need funeral consultant. She has been employed by the cemetery and funeral home since 1978. Delores has been a member of Zion Congregational Church since 1965 where she is presently the Treasurer/Financial secretary.
Amy is a native of Osceola, Nebraska. She moved to Cheyenne in 2001. Amy graduated from Wayne State College in 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mortuary Science and also in Business Administration-Management. She graduated second in her class at Mid-America College of Funeral Service in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Amy was Master Artist of the Pi Sigma Eta Fraternity. In 2002, she received her Wyoming Embalmer’s License and is a licensed pre-need consultant. She is a member of P.E.O. Chapter AQ and Cowgirls of the West. She is a Cub Scout Den Leader and serves on the Cheyenne YMCA Learning Center Parent Board. Amy and her husband, Ben, have two boys. They attend Cheyenne Hills Church and enjoy spending their free time camping.
Julie joined our staff in June of 2009. She has spent over 40 years in Wyoming and brings with her over 20 years of experience as a licensed Funeral Director, Embalmer, and Pre-Need Consultant. Julie attended the University of Wyoming and Wayne State College before enrolling at the Commonwealth College of Funeral Service in Houston, Texas, graduating in 1987 in the top of her class. She returned home to Laramie where she owned and operated her own funeral home for many years before selling it in 2003. Julie also served Albany County as their Coroner, an elected position, for 16 years, retiring in 2004.
Julie’s life has always been filled with lots of animals, including raising llamas for many years. She is a regular on the llama show circuit as well as an avid back country packer. She is a member of the Rocky Mountain Llama Association and the Alpaca and Llama Show Association of the United States where she served as President for several years. Julie currently sits on the board of directors for Wyoming Equality.
Pete is a Wisconsin native who joined us in April, 2007. He is a graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary Science. He also studied History and Religious Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. Pete is a Veteran of the United States Army and a licensed embalmer with the State of Wyoming. Some of Pete’s hobbies include hunting, fishing and exploring Colorado and Wyoming.
Phil Bullock and his wife, Ruth, moved to Cheyenne in January 1974, to work for Cheyenne Memorial Gardens. He became the Grounds Supervisor in January of 1979. In October of 1992, he began working at Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel where he assists in many aspects of the funeral home including assisting the planning of services and assisting at the service. Currently, Phil is the monument manager for Capital City Monuments while he continues to serve families at the funeral home. Phil is a licensed pre-need consultant. Phil and Ruth have four grown children, seven grandchildren and have been foster parents for Casey Family Programs and the State of Wyoming since 1984, having helped with over 60 children. They are active members of Cheyenne Church of Christ, where Phil serves as an elder. They also are members of the Centennial Antique Tractor and Engine Club. Phil enjoys hunting, camping and spending time with his family.
Dan Nagel is a Washington State native, but has lived in Cheyenne since 1973, graduating from East High School in 1981. After his marriage to Jalyn, in 1985, he enlisted in the United States Air Force where he was stationed at F.E. Warren AFB and served all but one year of his career there. He retired from the United States Air Force in 2006 and has remained in Cheyenne following his retirement. He went on to work for the Bureau of Land Management where he was a Legal Assistant. Looking for a career change, he joined Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel in July 2008 as a Funeral Assistant.
Dan and Jalyn have two children; Alexis and Joshua. Dan and his family are members of Destiny Church in Cheyenne, where he serves as a Board member. In his free time Dan enjoys spending time with his family, working on computers and taking walks with his wife and dogs. Dan’s extensive knowledge in computers and audio/video systems as well as experience as a general handyman has made him a valuable addition to the Wiederspahn-Radomsky team.
Sherry is originally from Lodi, Wisconsin but has called Cheyenne her home since 1984. She has been working for Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel since 1996 providing bereavement support for those experiencing the loss of a loved one. Sherry obtained a BA in Psychology and has over thirty years working in social service and psychiatric fields. Sherry and her husband, Matt, have two adult daughters and one grandson. She is a member of St. Mary’s Cathedral and enjoys running, hiking, quilting and spending time with her family.
Nathan was born in Rapid City, South Dakota and moved to Cheyenne at a young age. He worked for Cheyenne Memorial Gardens in 2010 and started working for Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel in November of 2011. He graduated from East High School in 2004. In his spare time he enjoys camping, fishing, working out, and he is also a volunteer for Grace for 2 Brothers.
Denise is a Wyoming native having lived in Cheyenne all of her life. She graduated from Cheyenne East High School in 1983. Denise joined the Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel in June of 2009 as a night office assistant and receptionist.
Anthony is a Wyoming Native. He Graduated from East High School in 1989 and has been employed with Cheyenne Memorial Gardens as a groundskeeper since 2002. Anthony enjoys working out, watching movies, playing games and cooking.
Willy has lived in Cheyenne since 1970. He graduated from East High School in 1977 and enjoys working out, working in his yard and playing with his pets. Willy has been employed as a groundskeeper for Cheyenne Memorial Gardens since 2005.