Lillian Pearl ​Rangitsch

Lillian Pearl ​Rangitsch
Lillian Pearl ​Rangitsch
Lillian Pearl ​Rangitsch
Lillian Pearl ​Rangitsch

Lillian Pearl ​Rangitsch, MOTHER passed from this mortal life on 11 March 2017 She was born on 10 September 1929 in Forsyth to Gladys Mae Sands and Homer Danford Baker. She was born fighting for life and that fight stayed with her until her until she drew her last breath. She lived life on her terms. When she was seven years old her mother died. She and her sisters, Dorothy and Doris went to live with their grandparents Minnie and Fred Sands in Park City.
She married Bernard Rangitsch on 15 August 1945 in Fromberg. They made their home in Laurel for over 30 years, raising their four children; Jerry, Kathy, Karen and Kevin. They divorced in 1978.
She moved to Billings and lived until the time of her death. She is survived by three children, 13 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren and one great grandson, special friends Mary Ellen and Wes Krivonen and a sister Doris Kruger. She was proceeded in death by her son, Kevin and a sister Dorothy Schartzer.

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