Verena K. 'Ren' Urbigkeit

Urbigkeit, Verena K. "Ren"

We are going to miss this lovely lady and her devotion to The Rosary. Without her to leasd us, we will be hard-put to continue on.

A devoted wife and mother, she was truly a lady.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
My deepest sympathy to the family for your loss. May you find peace and comfort at such difficult time by relecting on these future promises.
One day soon, “death will be swallowed up forever” -Isaiah 25:8 and Jesus promises, “the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out” -John chapter 5 verses 28 and 29.
I'm sure a few of my siblings who knew Ren (always "Mrs Urbigkeit" to us kids!) longer and better than I will also leave a note but just wanted to say what a special lady she was and what a large part she (and her husband and family) had in our lives growing up -- she was the nurse you always wanted to be seen by when making those scary trips to the doctor and (especially when I visited Mom (Cissie) in the last several years with my wife and daughter) always the welcoming down-the-street neighbor who was very proud of her kids/grandkids AND her flowers! Her family, Riverton, and the rest of us have lost a great friend, our thoughts and prayers are with you!
Your Mother was a wonderful person and I always enjoyed visiting with her no matter where I would run into her. She always had time to say hello. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her. You all take care. Marn
You folks are in my thoughts and prayers. Linda Samuelson
Casper, Wy
May God bless and welcome Mrs. Urbigkeit in his family in Heaven, our families prayers are with your family at this difficult time. There is a great team upstairs watching over us isn't there.
We will be unable to attend Ren's services as we will be out of town, however you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Ren was a grand lady and we were most fond of her. She was Dr. Carr's nurse when both of our boys were born and I always felt a strong bond with her. She gave us motherly advice which was so appreciated as my own mother was miles away. We visited often in church and I am sure she went straight into the arms of our Lord. May God hold you close as well.
I was so sorry to hear of Ren's passing. I came to know Ren when she would come to public health for our A1c clinic for diabetes. I really enjoyed visiting with her and hearing about her reunions with her nursing class. she was always so friendly and the whole staff had conversations with her. she will be missed.
I am so sorry for your loss. My Mom, Vi Fabrizius, worked with Ren for a number of years at the hospital. She will be missed.
Marian Robinson
I am so sorry for your loss. My Mom, Vi Fabrizius, worked with Ren for a number of years at the hospital. She will be missed.
Marian Robinson
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I'm so sorry to hear of Ren's passing, she was a kind and wonderful person. I remember her from the clinic and the many years of she gave helping others.
I was deeply saddened to hear of Ren's passing and will miss her very much. She was always my favorite nurse during her days with the Wind River Medical Group and have enjoyed my visit's with her the last couple of years at Curves. I loved to watch her dance on the boards and was amazed at how well she did it. I will always remember her that way,coming through the door with that smile on her face and all the warmth she brought with her!!

With deepest sympathy,
Lorraine Jones
Thinking about you all and remembering you in prayer. It's always so difficult to say goodbye even when we know she was ready to meet Our Lord! I have so many fond memories of your mother throughout my life in Riverton.
I remember skipping down the sidewalk to come visit knowing she would have some really delicious cookies - back when I was a little girl. She was the nurse both at the doctor's office and just down the street. She was a friend to my mother, she was a wonderful mother to Her daughters. Ren will be missed but she will be in your hearts!

God Bless you all and comfort you Renee (Rozier) Carroll
May you find confort in your faith and one another during this difficult time.. I can remember her when we had the family reunion out at Ralphs ranch a long time ago. Though that was a while ago, the memories are still good and I will keep those in my heart.. God's blessing be with you all.
I feel like I lost a mother too. Ren (although she was "Mrs. Ubigkeit" until I was at least 50 (!) was a second mom to all us Roziers. As many have noted before me, she was the best nurse and the one we always wanted to treat us when we went to the clinic!
But, she was always warm and caring and I was so glad she was there for us when Cissie died. I wish I could have been there for you all, like you were for us when both Dad and Mom died. But you are all in my thoughts and prayers. I do know that there were many happy reunions in Heaven the day she arrived!
I will really miss her!
We are so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I remember her as a wonderfully caring lady whose happy smile was so warm and genuine. May precious memories of your times together comfort you and may God bring peace to your hearts.