While attending NCBC, Lois Montag and her friends wanted a ride to the park.
Lois knew that Fred had a Buick so she asked him for a ride.
Marie.; four grandchildren, Mallori Slaughter, Destynie Moore, Caleb Moore, Katelyn Brown and Thomas Thatcher; and one great grandchild, Averi (who will be a ‘Big Sister’ this summer). Memorial service was held on January 15th at Hubbard Cowboy Church. box 1533, Hillsboro, TX 76645, or NAMI (National Alliance for Medical Illness) at 800-950-NAMI or [email protected]
Upon Fred’s dad’s sudden death in December 1954, the Cools lived in Larslan, Montana during the farming season to help with the family farm. She loved 4-Bears Casino and loved going there with her friend Audrey Sands. Growing up in the city, she simply loved Montana, even when her health failed and she couldn’t get out of her house.
Teresa Gail Watson Lenart, age 61, of West, Texas, died surrounded by family on Friday, January 12, 2018, at Hillcrest Hospital in Waco, Texas. While in Montana, she attended college and graduated with honors to become a licensed addiction counselor for the state of Montana, and while in Glasgow, helped a lot of people.
An “Independence Day Baby”, Teresa was born July 4th, 1956 to Ray and Vivian Watson in San Diego, California. A straight shooter, she was loved and adored by her co-workers and clients.
During the rest of the year, they resided at their home in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Fred and Lois resided in their Larslan home until 2014 when they moved to Coupeville, Washington to be closer to their daughter and son-in-law. Fred is survived by his wife and sweetheart of 66 years, Lois of Coupeville, Washington; son, Stephen (Carol) of Glasgow, Montana; grandson, Joseph (Jennifer) of Bardstown, KY; grandson, Justin (Amanda) of Calais, Maine; son, Wesley (Jackie) of Glendive, Montana; grandson, Treven (Alicia); great grandchildren, Peyton and Conall of Glendive, Montana; granddaughter, Trenna (Bob) Antonelli; great grandchildren, Jayden, Genesis, Noelle, Gabrielle of Rifle, Colorado ; daughter, Wendi Tow (Mike Anderson) of Oak Harbor, Washington; grandson, Micah Tow (Alexis Elsevier) of Oak Harbor, Washington; granddaughter, Chelsi (Sean) Simpson of Pinehurst, North Carolina; sister-in-law, Joanne (Montag) Ohlin and brother-in-law, John Ohlin of Springfield, Missouri; cousin, Conrad (Carol) Eckert of Stevensville, Montana and many cousins. She was a high-roller at the Montana Bar where Paul Monson was one of her dear friends.
In 1962, the Cool family permanently moved to Larslan, Montana to run the farm and raise sheep and pigs. Fred was a member and deacon of the Assembly of God church in Glasgow, Montana. Fred is preceded in death by his father, Frederick; mother, Ruth; sister, Dorothea Alice Bertelsen; brother-in-law, Verner Bertelsen; sister, Violet Mae Belling; brother-in-law, Olaf Belling; grandson, John Wesley Cool; father-in-law, John Montag; mother-in-law, Esther (Schroeder) Montag; brother-in-law, John Montag, Jr. She also enjoyed a little TV as well as collecting John Wayne memorabilia and collecting porcelain Indian dolls, among other collectibles.
He attended Harmony grade school in Larslan, Montana.