• Date Of Birth: May 26, 1948
  • Date Of Death: March 9, 2017
  • State: Montana


Julia Ellan Mostad Roehl, 76, of Loveland, Colorado, suddenly went on to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on March 9, 2017 due to a pulmonary embolism.

Julia (known as Judy by those she loved) was born in Malta, Montana to Ted and Elsie Mostad on May 26, 1940. She went to high school at Anaconda High School graduating in 1958. She was an athlete extraordinaire. Her 1957-58 High School Fast-Pitch Softball Team were State Champions with Judy being their fastest, albeit slightly erratic, pitcher as well as their very talented first-base ace. Not only did she excel in softball, she also was an excellent bowler. Judy won second place at state in 1976, and had a 635 high-series with no handicap. Her athletic abilities transcended into playing baseball, basketball, etc with the family, including with her kids and grandkids. Judy was the best mom and grandmother ever! She was fun, supportive, loving and kind.

Judy started out her career at Daly Bank in Anaconda. While she was a stay-at-home mom, she was a very hard-working Avon Lady as well as a Teamster Secretary that ran the place. In Minnesota, she was a rural postal carrier, bookkeeper for a gift store, and had many other jobs about town. She didn’t like to remain idle.

Judy enjoyed serving others, loving animals and those who seemed to need love and kindness the most. She is currently enjoying great rewards in heaven, because she operated in the currency of heaven: unconditional love, self-sacrificial service and abundant faith. Her prayers will be felt for generations.

Judy is preceded in death by her parents, Ted and Elsie Mostad; two brothers Gerald Mostad and Jim McGillis; and previous husband Lee Roehl.

Judy is survived by her sister Phyllis Bloom of Kalispell; daughter Rhonda Marcus of Fort Collins, Colorado; daughter Robin Main of Loveland, Colorado; son John Roehl of Kalispell, Montana; six grandchildren LeAnn Loccisano, Jesse Roehl, Hunter Roehl, Austin Roehl, Jessica Marcus and Cody Main; and five great-grandchildren Anissa Marcus, Annika Roehl, Harper Roehl, AJ Roehl, Olivia Roehl.

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