Casper Midget football would like to take a moment to acknowledge a devastating loss in our community. LT. Dan Dundas was the epitome of what community service should be. He was a model of compassion and understanding who was always willing to step in and help wherever needed. He was truly an inspiration to many of us and will be sorely missed.
Our deepest sympathies go out to the entire Dundas family, and the Casper Police Department. To everyone in our community whose hearts were touched by Danny, we send our condolences. We lost an exceptional human this week.
We bid farewell to a true legend. Brad Menzel was with Casper Midget Football for over 30 years. As a Coach/Equipment Guru/ and Board member, he shouldered a enormous workload for our organization. He did so with a giant grin and infectious upbeat attitude that you couldn’t help but emulate. Brad always had a great story or joke, and people were put at ease when he walked into the room. He always offered a helping hand wherever needed. The stories being shared by his former players are powerful testimonies of who Brad was a person. He will be missed tremendously in his professional role with us and as a titan among men. We thank Brad for his years of dedication to youth sports and our thoughts go out to his family and extended family, which seems to include 75% of our community. He will be sorely missed by more than we can possibly count.
God speed Mr. Menzel.
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