- Date Of Birth: October 27, 1926
- Date Of Death: May 3, 2015
- State: Montana
Rosalie Kuebler, 88, of Great Falls, passed away May 3, 2015 at Peace Hospice of congestive heart failure.
Rosalie was born October 27, 1926 in Choteau, MT and raised in the Fairfield Bench area where she attended Greenfield School. She married Carl Keubler in Ft. Benton in 1941.
Rosalie worked along-side of husband Carl, ranching for many years on various ranches in Central Montana before retiring from Willow Creek Ranch in 1985. She would ride her favorite horse, Burr Cat, working cattle all day with the crew, but always managed to have a great hot meal waiting at the house. She and Carl also operated rental properties and a trailer park in Fort Shaw.
Rosalie was a 4-H leader for many years; worked on the United Campaign; was a member of Cowbells/Cattle Women; was a Master Gardener of Cascade County; was a member of American Quarter Horse Association and MTAQHA. She enjoyed riding and raising AQHA horses, vegetable and flower gardening, wood crafts, feeding birds and watching local rodeos.
Survivors include daughters Carol (Gary) Young, Julie (Ray) Sacks; sons Lee Roy (Betty) Kuebler, Lyle Kuebler; daughter-in-law Judy Kuebler; sister-in-law Dorothy Raisser; 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Those who have preceded Rosalie include her husband Carl; son Jerry; daughter-in-law Penny.