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Lloyd Aspenlieder
October 9, 1935 - March 26, 2023

Residence: Culbertson, Montana

PLEASE NOTE: Due to internet issues, Lloyd’s service will be recorded and posted at a later time. We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.

Lloyd Aspenlieder of Culbertson, MT, passed away on Sunday, March 26, 2023, at the Roosevelt Medical Care Center in Culbertson, MT.

Lloyd was born in October 9, 1935 in Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada to Elizabeth Hochstein and John Aspenlieder. I was one of seven children.

My family moved to Glendive in 1948 and were naturalized in 1953. I attended Sacred Heart Parochial School. When I was in 6th and 7th grades, I set pins at the bowling alley in Glendive. I was a Bell Hop at the Jordan Hotel in 8th and 9th grades.

I spent 20 years in the Montana Army National Guard and retired as a Captain.

I married Shirley Mae Cady on June 1, 1957. Our son Alan was born February 8, 1959 and son Jeffery was born May 10, 1960. We were foster parents to Eddie Roller, beginning in 1975. We moved to Culbertson from Glendive in 1959. I managed Miracle Gas propane plant. I operated the laundromat and laundry service, managed the Stockman Bar for 2 years. Worked for Miller Oil Company for 25 years.

Mail carrier for Bainville to and from Wolf Point route for 9 years. Caretaker for the Culbertson Rest Area for 30 years. I also mowed yards for many people.

I was a member of the Culbertson Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, Jaycees, and the Culbertson Saddle Club. Served 20 years on the Culbertson Volunteer Fire Department. Member of the Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church along with serving as a Lector, Eucharistic Minister, attended a 2-year course to be a lay presider in the absence of a priest. I served on the Parish Council for 18 years. Maintenance of the church for many years.

My passion was our Saddle Club Wagon Trains. I owned my wagon and several teams over the years. I enjoyed taking my grandchildren Scott, Nicole, and Bryn on the trail rides. Kenneth Arneson let me ride in the wagon with him for as long as I was able.

I was preceded in death by parents, John and Elizabeth Aspenlieder; brothers, Harvey Aspenlieder, and Matt Aspenlieder; sisters, Viola Hanks and Lorraine Bishop; father-in-law, Vurr Cady; mother-in-law, Mickey Sampson; sister-in-law, Pat Kalloch; and brother-in-law, Ed Kalloch.

I am survived by my wife, Shirley; sons, Alan (Raedelle), Jeff and Eddie (Mona) Roller; grandchildren, Scott (Heather), Nicole (Ted), and Bryn; great-grandchildren, Josie, Ally, Jorgen, Cannon, Blake, and Benton; brothers, Edward Aspenlieder and Lawrence Aspenlieder; along with many nieces and nephews.

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Chole Crosby (Sidney, MT)
Mar 27, 2023
I am very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed working with Lloyd in the Community of Culbertson and also during the County Fair. He was a very nice man. May God continue to give your family strength and comfort. God Bless.
Mearl DeTienne (Billings, MT.)
Mar 27, 2023
Sorry to hear of Lloyds passing. May He rest in peace.
Melinda Portra (Culbertson , MT)
Mar 27, 2023
So sorry for your loss, praying for you all. Lloyd was such a wonderful man, he will be missed by all who knew him.
Kevin, Melinda & Kids
Kathleen A Lambert (Livingston, Montana)
Mar 28, 2023
I remember him as a soft spoken, humble man. He was a good father and husband. My thoughts are with you and yours.
Karen Lagge (Billings, MT)
Mar 28, 2023
Shirley, I am sorry for your loss. Lloyd was a wonderful man. May God grant You and Your family peace.
Tammie McCormick (Culbertson, Mt)
Mar 28, 2023
Very sorry to hear of Lloyd’s passing, keeping you all in thoughts & prayers!
Steve and Carol Hackley (Poplar, mt)
Mar 28, 2023
I have so many memories, Lloyd always having something good to say about any situation that arose. Prayers for the family with this loss.
Shirley Tillie (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,Canada)
Mar 29, 2023
My very deepest sympathy to Lloyd's family. He will be missed on the NE Montana Wagon Train. I always had a great visit with him.
Connie Schultz (Culbertson, MT)
Mar 29, 2023
I am so sorry for your family's loss. Lloyd was such a kind and gentle man. He will be missed by many people. My deepest condolences to the Aspenlieder family. My thoughts & prayers are with you all!
Martha Krueger (Williston, ND)
Mar 29, 2023
Lloyd was such a kind man and he was a good neighbor! Sending love and prayers to Shirley and the family.
Brad and Val Bender (Helena, Mt.)
Mar 30, 2023
Sorry to hear of Lloyds passing.
Our condolences to the family.
Lloyd was always ready with wave on the street or greeting and conversation during his mail deliveries to the Brockton Post Office.
Brad Raab (Williston, ND)
Mar 30, 2023
My heart goes out to the family and friends of Lloyd Aspenlieder. I've enjoyed hearing his stories and working with him during the fish fries. He was a great and passionate human. He will be greatly miss! May god bless him and to his wife Shirley.
Cathy Nichols Beyer (Apache Junction, AZ)
Apr 1, 2023
Trail Ride
Lloyd was an such a wonderful inspiration to the Culbertson community and other communities!! He was certainly a good friend to our family and especially to our dad- Nick Nichols. Rest in peace Lloyd! Prayers to your family!
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