Merianne (Sabo) Roedel

 United States

  • Date Of Birth: May 4, 1944
  • Date Of Death: December 28, 2015
  • State: Montana

My dear family and friends, it’s been one heck of a whirlwind, rollercoaster ride with you all through the years, which I would not trade for anything.  I learned a lot about life from all of you and pray it has made a better person of me.  Thanks for all the tears and laughter that went with it (hair pulling and gray hairs).

To my husband and my life, “thank you.”  On the 3rd of July 1965, in Great Falls, Montana we started this journey together.  Walter you will be fine I know it take it one day at a time. 

Thank you my dear children for teaching me what it was like to be a mother, I learned a lot and still am watching you with your children and you are doing great with them and I am proud of you all. 

To Tammy (Roedel) Jennings and her husband Jerry, thanks for being there.

To my sister Sandy and her husband Bill who have taught me about the strength in you and that love is always there and to look for it.

            To Pastor Tom and Sherri Lukstrom, thanks for being my friend, you taught me the true meaning of friendship.

I love you all very much and thanks again for all teaching me what love is, we’ll never forget, but time will help ease the pain.  So for now, I love you all and will see you again someday I will always be with you. 


Wife and Mom

Merianne is survived by her family, husband Walter Dennis Roedel; daughter Charla Denise (Curtis) Graff; son, Dennis Walter (Heidi (Harris)) Roedel; and daughter, Audra LaRon (Todd) Means; grandchildren, Chance Graff and Jesica Lois (Anderson) (Kolin) Dawsey; great grandchildren, Ace, Axl and Arya Dawsey, Ryan Roedel, Matt Roedel and Taylor Roedel, Jackiy Roedel; and great-grandson Leo Sanchez,  Shelby Morgan Barrett; sisters, Sandy (Sabo) Huntinger and Donna Morgenson; brothers: Billy Sabo and Donny (JoAnne Swanson) Morgenson; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and a special cousin Dennis Heath.   



Mom would say “Denise you are not my mother so quit mothering me”.

Dennis favorite saying to mom “So what’s going on?”

Audra LaRon would say to Mom “Don’t ever never tell me to grow up”

Walter would always say to mom “Dear whatever you need or want”

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