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Michelle N. Powers

Michelle N. Powers Michelle N. Powers, 41, of Green River, passed away alongside her companion Kelly Walk from an auto accident on Friday, September 27, 2019. She was born May 10, 1978 in Ogden, Utah, the daughter of Edward P. Thormblad and Doris N. Duncombe. She became a registered nurse and worked in Home Healthcare for over 17 years. She loved caring for her clients and family. Michelle loved spending time with family and friends. She also loved playing board games, reading, online gaming, and cooking. Survivors include her parents Roger and Doris Blasi of Green River; sons Devlin Powers of Rock Springs, Ayden Powers & Ian Victor Keele both of Green River; stepson Wyatt Walk of Mt. View, WY; daughter Rowan Michelle Keele of Green River; stepdaughter Ashton and Addy Walk of Mt. View, WY; brother Vince Blasi of Denver, CO; sisters Chawntelle & Ryan Oliver of Raymond, Alberta, Canada, and Idawna Perkins of Cheyenne; grandmother Norene Deymour of Mt. View, WY. She was accompanied in death by her companion Kelly Walk. She was preceded in death by her grandfathers Ted Duncombe and L. D. Seymour, uncles Les and Brian Duncombe. A Celebration of Life for both Michelle and Kelly will be held from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm October 5, 2019 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Cultural Hall, 1000 W 400 N. St., Green River, WY. In lieu of flowers, family suggest donation to be made to help with expenses. Condolences for family can be left at www.foxfh.com.

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Guestbook

Just met Michelle thru her job as nurse. She treated me like family. Her laughter was infectious & what a great smile! My condolences go out to her children & other family member, as well as her CowboyCares family, who I know loved her dearly.

Sherry Oct 4 2019 11:52 AM

Michelle...its so sad you are gone too soon. Im thankful to have seen and talked with you at your grandfather Seymours funeral. Praying for your family and their loss of your beautiful smile, kind heart and loving personality. RIP.

Kathy Pena Oct 3 2019 12:34 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Michelle Powers

Yvette Baxter Thompson Oct 1 2019 7:05 PM

1 file added to the album Such an amazing Women

samantha Oct 1 2019 9:32 AM

I love you mama.

Samantha L Mckeown Oct 1 2019 8:58 AM

She is the best person you could ever meet. I hope you guys are all doing okay.

Samantha L Mckeown Oct 1 2019 8:58 AM

Aunt Michelle is the best person you could've ever met. She always made sure we knew she loved us. She always made my mom happy and could get mom to laugh all the time! I love you Devlin Ayden Rowin Ian Jordan Andy Donivan. I know that she is watching us from above. She would want us to be thankful for the life she did have. I love you aunt Michelle I'm sorry I never called.. Samantha Mckeown

Samantha L Mckeown Oct 1 2019 8:57 AM

My life wont be the same without your light. You spread so much love and joy. The loss is felt literally from coast to coast. I know I want your best friend we all know that is Nikki, but you two are my best friends. Our kids and lives always inter meshed. My memories all contain you and the kids. I love you! I love your babies. I pray that i can be a sprinkle of the light you shine!!

Mary Mckeown Oct 1 2019 12:14 AM

My heart is breaking for Michelle and her grieving family. I will always remember Michelle for her bubbly personality. I cant remember a time when her sweet smile wasnt present. Prayers and hugs to Michelle's family.

Amy Oehler Sep 30 2019 10:40 PM

I had the pleasure of meeting Michelle through work. She referred many clients Respites way when Medicare was no longer paying for Home Health services. However once Michelle was someone's nurse she stayed that way. She would check in on the ones that had no one else. Have patients her cell number and always answered. Even if they went to the nursing home she would call and check in. She was a nurse above the norm. Michelle had a bubbly personality, a great smile and a caring attribute that not all possess. She was born to be a nurse. And I know everyone will miss her dearly from patients, colleagues, and friends. Above all your family. My heart breaks for us all.

Dee Dee Berry RN Sep 30 2019 7:37 PM