Marilyn Wetsch

Marilyn Wetsch (Thomas)

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Marilyn Doris Wetsch

Due to the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus, public officials have strongly recommended to keep Marilyn’s services to family. Marilyn would have wanted her friends to be in a safe environment during this time of uncertainty. Her family understands and appreciates your thoughts and prayers.
Private Family Services for Marilyn Wetsch will take place at Stevenson Funeral Home in Dickinson. In accordance with Marilyn’s wishes cremation will take place. A public mass and burial of her cremains will take place when it is safe for family and friends to gather.

Marilyn passed away on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at the Springs at Grand Park in Billings, Montana.

Marilyn Doris Thomas was born on July 12, 1932 in Dickinson the daughter of Nick and Margaret (Jurgens) Thomas. She grew up on the farm north of Richardton and attended schools in Richardton and Dickinson graduating from high school at St. Mary’s High School, in Richardton in 1951.
Marilyn went on to attend a year of college. She was married to Thomas J. Wetsch on July 8, 1953 in Richardton. To this union three sons where born, Dan, Dave and Brian. Together through the years and many moves due to the military service Thomas and Marilyn raised their three sons. After retirement Thomas and Marilyn moved to Dickinson where they have made their home since. After the death of Thomas, Marilyn enjoyed her home for several years. Due to failing health she moved to Billings to be closer to her sons.

Marilyn enjoyed having her sons and Thomas ride their motorcycles, traveling and camping. She also enjoyed listening to old time music going on long walks, feeding the squirrels, birds and rabbits. She was a member of the Queen of Peace Catholic Church.

Survivors include, three sons, Bryant T. Wetsch and David W. Wetsch both of Billings, MT and Daniel J Wetsch, Gig Harbor, WA; a granddaughter, Sarah Wetsch, Billings, MT;

Preceded in death by her, parents; her husband, Thomas J. Wetsch; and a sister, Marian.
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Karen Dassinger

Posted at 09:09pm
Dan, I knew your mom for such a short time, but enjoyed her immensely. Such a warm, gracious lady. My sincere condolences.
Karen Dassinger

Thomas Kennedy

Posted at 11:26am
Wetsch Family,
I was saddened to learn of the passing of your Mother. I remember her and Tom leading an active life and their enjoyment taking motorcyle rides.

Sincerest condolences,
Thomas and Melisa Kennedy

Leslie Ross

Posted at 02:24pm
Dan, you know I loved your Mom very much. We sure connected as a result of our shared military life. She was always a gracious lady and I loved our afternoon drinks and snacks. Loved a great beer with her. May she rise in glory as she is reunited with Tom.

Dawn Kolling

Posted at 06:34pm
We have fond memories of Marilyn while she resided at Evergreen! She loved to have her hair done and a was a very classy lady! Blessings to all of the family.
The Evergreen staff

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