Quincey Russell Ashment, loving father, son and brother, was unexpectedly called home to his Father in Heaven on Saturday, April 6.
Quincey was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was born and raised in Davis County, Utah. He later moved his family to western Wyoming, a place they all grew to love.
Quincey enjoyed hunting, fishing and being outdoors, especially in Wyoming. He was mechanically inclined from a young age and loved to take things apart and put them back together. He later received a diesel mechanic's license and enjoyed working on his Jeeps.
Quincey was a happy person and always had a smile on his face. Above all, Quincey loved his children Brayden, 14; Taylor, 12; and Sierra, 10 from his 1996 marriage to Jacque M. Gooch, whom he later divorced. Quincey was able to watch his children participate in their school sports and activities, something he really enjoyed, as he was their biggest fan. He was a good dad and truly loved his kids with all his heart.
Quincey spent his last day on this earth doing what he loved most fishing with his loving companion, Joyce Wolf. Tragically, he passed away in an automobile accident on the way home that day.
Quincey was preceded in death by grandparents, Earl and Verla Ashment and Violet Faye Moyes.
He is survived by his children, Brayden, Taylor and Sierra Ashment; parents Roger and Linda Ashment; brothers Kyle, Brady, and Cody Ashment; sisters Kasey (Jim) Grubb, Stormy (Troy) Blood, Riki Ashment, Chelsy (Brady) Porter and Tawnie (Bryce) Raymond; grandfather C. Russell Moyes; and many nieces and nephews.
Quincey will be missed deeply by all who knew and loved him.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 12. A viewing will be held at 9 a.m., followed by funeral services at 10 a.m., at the Kemmerer LDS Stake Center, 1584 3rd West Ave. in Diamondville.
The dedication of the grave will follow later that afternoon at the Afton City Cemetery in Afton.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Ball Family Chapel in Kemmerer.