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She is survived by her daughter, Sandy (Ron) Richards, and two grandsons, Stephen (Nora) and Andrew Richards.Julia Judith Teske Britsch, 95, passed away peacefully at her home north of Hinsdale, December 27, 2017.In 1948 the family moved 12 miles North of Nashua to the farmstead known as the “Geer Place”.In the early 1960’s Bud began tinkering in the Rodeo Stock business.Aside from weekly visits to friends in a retirement community, she also played cards at the East Cobb Senior Center.She made good friends in Georgia and touched many lives.After he graduated from Nashua High School in 1939 he worked on the Nefzger Ranch in Vida, Montana.On November 12, 1944 Bud married Mildred Habeck in Hingham, Montana and they made their home in Nashua, Montana.
Marie was preceded in death by her husband, Arvid Hobby; her parents, Ralph Nelson and Mabel Nelson Masters; five sisters, Donna Rennick, Helen Blanchard, Masha Smith, Sharon Anderson and Julie Severeid; and four brothers, George, Buddy, Brent and Ralph Nelson.
Marie Nelson married Arvid Hobby on April 28, 1956 in Glasgow, Montana and had one daughter, Sandra.
As a mother, Marie kept busy helping at her daughter’s school and attending the school performances of her daughter and many nieces and nephews.
Bud Geer was born the first of twins at home near New London, Minnesota on September 18, 1921 to Henry and Jennie (Price) Geer.
At the age of 13, Bud and his family moved from the Minnesota farm to Park Grove, Montana where his father worked for the Army Corp of Engineers building the Fort Peck Dam; while Bud delivered newspapers and did other small odd jobs.