About Wyoming

Wyoming, a state in the western U.S., has vast plains along with the Rocky Mountains. Points of interest include the famous Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, the geyser Old Faithful, and the Buffalo Bill Center of the Wild West. The least populous state, Wyoming is bordered by Montana on the north, South Dakota and Nebraska on the east, and Idaho on the west. Cheyenne, which is Wyoming’s largest city, has a population of just over 60,000. Tourism and mineral extraction are the major engines that drive Wyoming’s economy. Wyoming is one of the few states that does not levy an individual or corporate income tax. The state’s Wind River Indian Reservation is home to 7,500 Native Americans.

 

In 2016, there were 1,260 obituaries reported in the state of Wyoming on Legacy.com. This is a 69% increase from 2015 when 745 obituaries were reported in Wyoming. You can browse through the full list of Wyoming obituaries to find life stories that may be of interest to you.