Marilee Kay Wold

Monday, February 10, 2020
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Marilee Kay Wold passed away peacefully, February 7, 2020, with her daughter and granddaughter by her side.  

Marilee was born June 6, 1938 in Terry Montana to Paul and Gladys McLarnon. She attended school in Laurel, graduating in 1956. After graduation she attended EMC (MSUB) in Billings becoming a teacher. She married Roger “Buck” Wold in August of 1960. To this union was a daughter Renee and a son Dirk. 

Most of her life she was a homemaker, but worked various jobs, driving beet truck, delivering turkeys for O’Donells, substitute teaching and working at the State Liquor Store on 5th Ave. 

She enjoyed many activities, softball, caning, gardening, playing cards, bowling, family and Class reunions, red beer, reading and collecting rocks from all over the world. Though we all knew we were never allowed to call during Jeopardy, her favorite thing was sharing her opinion. 

She is survived by one sister Judy (Jay Dunn) McLarnon of California; children Renee Wold (Gerald Barta) and Dirk Wold, all of Laurel; grandchildren, Amber (Travis) McKee of Gillette Wyoming, Sean (Sarah) Letcher, Bryan (Amber Z) Letcher of Laurel and Garrett and Brett Wold of North Carolina; great-grandchildren, Logan, Kaylee and Kinley McKee, Colby Letcher, Rowan Letcher and one on the way.

She is preceeded in death by her parents, Paul and Gladys McLarnon; brother, Darold McLarnon; husband, Roger Wold; and grandson Justin McKee.

Funeral Services will be held Friday February 14, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. at The Rock Church in Laurel Montana. Please wear your favorite sports shirt or favorite sweatshirt and jeans. 

The family would like to thank Riverstone Hospice, Dr. Lucas and the people at Frontier Cancer Center. Special thanks to family and friends for all the continuous support. We are very blessed

In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the Laurel Library.


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