Robley Mangney Obituary (1934 – 2021) – Cheyenne, WY


Robley “Bob” Mangey 1934-2021 Robley “Bob” Mangey, 87, of Cheyenne died Oct. 10 at the Davis Hospice Center. Bob was an avid bridge enthusiast, with credits including a national championship, who played to the end when he was taken out of the game in an ambulance. He was also a cyclist, speed skater, pilot and golfer with a sharp wit and a keen sense of humor.

Bob was born during a winter in Minnesota in 1934 to Elmer and Helen Mangey. He received a chemical engineering degree from the University of Minnesota, where he was a member of the Alpha Chi Sigma chemistry fraternity, in 1957, and began his career in Oklahoma.

After Bob married his wife, Gerry – a southern brunette deemed “exotic” by her family – to Louisiana in 1964, he flew her to the New York World’s Fair. He and Gerry also lived in Minnesota, Ohio, Kentucky and Colorado before stepping down from the management of the Cheyenne refinery.

A member of St. Andrews Anglican Church, Bob is survived by his wife, Gerry; daughter, Elisabeth; son-in-law, Curtis; several nieces, grandnieces and nephews; and great great. His parents died before him; her son, Wes; and sisters Marilyn and Marcia.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church (, followed by a reception. Please wear a mask if possible. Bob will be buried in private at Lakeview Cemetery. Instead of flowers, consider a contribution to St. Andrew’s or the Davis Hospice Center.

Schrader, Aragon and Jacoby Funeral Home will receive condolences from

Posted by Wyoming Tribune Eagle October 17-18, 2021.


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