Arthur Walter McCuin

Arthur Walter McCuin

A Funeral Service for Arthur Walter McCuin will be held at 11a.m. Friday, July 12, 2013 at St. Matthews Catholic Church, Gillette, WY with Father Raymond Canete of Saint Matthews officiating. Visitation will be Thursday, July 11, 2013 from 5pm to 8pm, with a vigil beginning at 8pm at Walker Funeral Home.

Arthur was in a tragic motorcycle accident close to Devil’s Tower on Highway 14 on Saturday, July 6, 2013.

Arthur Walter McCuin was born on May 3, 1979 in Gillette, Wyoming to James and Marylyn McCuin. He grew up in Ely, Nevada and graduated from White Pine County High School in 1997. He joined the military in 1999 and served his country proudly until he received honorable discharge in 2005 after the Iraq War and Kosovo campaign, he loved being a soldier and serving his country. Art was given the Kosovo Campaign medal, National Defense medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary medal along with many others not listed. On January 6, 2003 he married Nicole Löckmann in Gütersloh, Germany and in December of 2005 he moved to Gillette and his family followed shortly after. He enjoyed his work at Liebherr and was very proud to have helped built the largest haul truck in the world, making it into the Guinness book of world records.

Arthur loved his sons very much and enjoyed playing football and shooting with them. He enjoyed music, anything outdoors and loved barbecuing with his family.

Arthur is survived by his wife: Nicole McCuin; his sons: Michael Andrew Brown, Daniel John Brown, Justin David McCuin and Dennis Matthew McCuin; his brothers: Mike McCuin of Mesa, AZ, Jim (Kim) McCuin of Gillette, Thomas McCuin of Sparks, NV; his sisters: Michele (Al) Sybert of Zepheyrhills, FL, Mary (Guy) Norton of Mesa, AZ; his mother in law: Marianne Löckmann of Blomberg, Germany; 8 nephews, 7 nieces and one great niece.

Art is preceded in death by his Paternal Grandparents: Edwin and Alma McCuin and Maternal grandparents: Mary and Marion Denton; and his father in law: Rheinhold Löckmann.

A memorial has been established to benefit Arts three young children at Campco Federal Credit Union – Art McCuin. Memorials and Condolences may also be sent via our website: or memorials can also be sent via the link

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