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MALTA, – Wilma J. (Ramsey) Crowder, 81, a retired restaurant manager, died Saturday, November 4, at the Hi-Line Retirement Center.

    No services are planned at this time. Cremation has taken place. Condolences for the family may be left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com

    Wilma was born June 2, 1936 on the family ranch in Blaine County, the daughter of Wilbur A. “Bill” and Frances “Fannie” (Sherlock) Ramsey. She was raised in Blaine County and moved with her family to Malta where she graduated from Malta High School. She married Robert Crowder after high school and later divorced. They had 3 children. She worked in restaurants for many years and finished her career as the manager of Lydia’s in Butte. When she was younger she enjoyed water sports. She loved going to Garage Sales and looking for the bargains, and was a good seamstress and loved knitting.

    She is survived by her children, Bob Crowder of San Diego, Calif. and Roberta “Sis” Crowder of Virginia Beach, Virginia; brother, Morris Ramsey; sisters Barbara Cebulski, Deloris Chase, Etta Golbreath and “Midge” Haynes; several grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.


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From: Sharon Jaynes Kindle

Oh, Wilma, I feel you were so much more than the obituary says. You were a great cousin, keeper of the family's memories; great story teller. You knew things about what our families did that we, as younger cousins, didn't know or realize. The nieces and nephews gained knowledge of all our lives and yours.
God speed until we come together again.

From: Barbara Schloocker

Only knew you a short time but so enjoyed your "tell it like it is" attitude. You were a wonderful breath of fresh air! Bless your loved ones and bless you.


From: Shilo Messerly

Oh Aunt Wilma I do miss you so much, but so glad you are not in pain anymore. So enjoyed getting to know you the last 10 years or so. I loved visiting with you about old, current and future plans. You were a great sister mother and Aunt. My kids loved to come visit between swims and I loved our lunch dates. My house is filled with memories of you from our small butter cups for shrimp, to our big serving spoons, cork screw remover and best of all our dish towels with your handy stitches on them. We miss you Wilma hope you and all your family in Heaven are having a blast!




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