Obituary for Gregory Roesler
Gregory Dwayne Roesler, 51 years young passed away on Wed. Nov. 30th, 2016 at a work related accident. He was born on March 21, 1965, the only child of Gordon and Myrna Roesler. He grew up in Turah, MT and graduated from Hellgate High School in 1983. Soon after, he joined the Navy and served his country as a machinist mate on the U.S.S. James Madison submarine.
In 1987 Greg married the love of his life Christina Lynn Walls of Missoula, MT, they had almost 30 years of marriage with four children; Amanda, Natasha, Gene and Courtney.
During his short life he worked at ABLE Movers, Long Machinery, Roscoe Steel, Bretz RV, the University of Montana, Pyramid Lumber and finally BMC. He was a man of many talents but enjoyed auto mechanics. You could usually find him under the hood of a vehicle with grease up to his elbows. He could make just about anything run again.
Whenever a situation came up and layoffs would happen, Greg’s sense of responsibility always moved him quickly to another job.
Greg was a wonderful husband and father and always provided for his family’s needs. When he wasn’t working overtime or doing odd jobs for friends, he loved hunting, camping out rough style, and playing horseshoes with his family in the backyard or floating down the Blackfoot River. Greg was a Christian and was a member of Potomac Bible Church and was blessed with an extended Christian family through the church.
He was also blessed to be a grandfather to three special children; Emma, Kyndra and Orion.
Greg was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents John and Emma Roesler and maternal grandparents Henry and Elsie Nygaard.
He is survived by his parents Gordon and Myrna Roesler, his wife Christina and their children; Amanda (Jessie) Storm, Natasha Roesler, Gene Roesler and Courtney (Harley) Barr, plus grandchildren and numerous family members throughout Montana.
A Memorial Service will be held on Sat. Dec. 10th at 2:00 p.m. at Garden City Funeral Home with a reception following in the funeral home’s community room.
Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at www.gardencityfh.com