Stuart Domingue

Stuart Domingue

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It is with the deepest sorrow we announce our beloved son, brother, uncle and friend, Stuart Ross Domingue, went home to be with the Lord on March 31, 2020. Although he was only with us for 30 years, he made an impact on many and will be deeply missed. Stuart was born on June 16, 1989 at home at 105 Harry Street in Lafayette, Louisiana to Brenda Domingue (née Kidder) and Geary Dean Domingue. Stuart, the youngest of five children, was a caring son to Brenda and Dean, a loving brother to Sharon, Scott, Sean and Stephen, an affectionate uncle to Emily and Brinley, a devoted dog-father to Chief, and a loyal friend to countless others. Stuart attended Natrona County High School and graduated from Miller-Motte Technical College in Tennessee with a degree in Welding Technology. He was born in the bayou, but his heart was in the mountains. Stuart started mutton bustin’ at age six. Before starting Junior High, Stuart insisted on buying school clothes from Lou Tauberts, \'cause every girl crazy \'bout a sharp dressed man. Stuart was a hard worker, real cowboy and true horse whisperer, who measured happiness in increments of eight seconds. He was a competitive bull rider and rode the circuit for several years, traveling between Tennessee and California. What most would find terrifying, Stuart found exhilarating. In his own words, Stuart said \"It\'s something that kind of grabbed a hold of me.” Although Stuart competed in countless rides, he was very proud of his first-place wins, including the 2012 Larimer County Rodeo, 2014 Platte River Rodeo, and the 2015 Goshen County Ford Tough Bull Riding competition. If he wasn’t seeking the next raging bull to challenge, you’d find him on a horse riding to the closest fishing hole, hunting spot, or sharing his skills as a mountain guide. Stuart was a fiercely talented craftsman, and we were constantly amazed at his ability to work with leather, metal and other mediums. We hope you can count yourself among the lucky recipients of one of his incredible works. Stuart is survived by his mother, Brenda of Casper, Wyoming, father Dean of Lafayette, Louisiana, siblings Sharon Reeves (Jason White) of Nashville, Tennessee, Scott Domingue (Michelle Ramos) of Denver, Colorado, Sean Domingue of Nashville, Tennessee, and Stephen Domingue of Old Hickory, Tennessee, his fur baby, Chief of Sheridan, Wyoming, his “Mawmaw” Babs Martin of Ridge, Louisiana, nieces Emily and Brinley of Nashville, Tennessee, and numerous aunts uncles and cousins. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Agnes “Scotty” Smith-Goode and Lloyd E. Goode, Horace and Audrey Domingue of Lafayette, Louisiana, and “Poppa” Francis Martin of Ridge, Louisiana, and fur-babies Cheyenne, Grace and Cinch. Stuart will be cremated on Tuesday, April 7th at 9AM MST in a private ceremony. A brief virtual service is planned for 2PM MST for family and friends. An invitation will be available on Facebook and other platforms. Due to stay-at-home orders across the nation, we are unable to host an in-person memorial at this time. We hope we will be able to gather in Wyoming soon. Once travel restrictions are lifted nationwide, we will be sure to let you know when a memorial is planned so we can all celebrate Stuart together. Until then, we wanted to share an online memorial created by Stuart’s dear friend, Ms. Cory Main, that is available on YouTube: We hope you find joy and comfort in this beautiful presentation. Cory truly captured Stuart in his element and happiest place - on a horse with his dog Chief - surrounded by nature and friends. Please feel free to share the presentation, and don\'t hesitate to share with the family any moments or memories you have of Stuart. We have been overwhelmed by the support and outreach from those who knew and loved Stuart. If someone you love is in pain and struggling with a mental illness, please encourage them to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). You can learn more about the signs and symptoms of different mental illnesses here: Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with local arrangements.

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