Randon "Randi" Kay Billman

 

With her family at her side, Randon "Randi" Kay Billman, 56, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away Thursday, June 1, 2017, at Benefis Hospital in Great Falls, Mont.

She was born April 23, 1961, to Leland and Roberta Maxine (Thomas) Monson. From an early age, she embraced her Norwegian heritage passed down from her grandmothers, who she made frequent visits with having lived close by. During these years, she also spent a lot of her time running around Glasgow with her friends and tormenting her younger brother, Kelly.

In 1986, she married Jack Billman of Billings. They had two boys, Jacob and Dillon, who were her pride and joy. She looked forward to family vacations, camping at the lake and visiting in-laws. When not away from home, the flower gardens are where she would be found.

After beating cancer in 2014, she and Jack retired. She continued to spread her love, making new friends as she explored the warmer winters of the Southwest. She was a free spirit who enjoyed artistic ventures, especially during retirement. While retired, she was able to concentrate on more projects including painting and sculpting, but wood carving was her passion.


She always spoke of how proud she was of her sons, but everyone else talked about how great a person she was. Her infectious smile and heart of gold left a mark on all who knew her. Her entire outlook was selfless and all about kindness, which bettered everyone around her and the communities she was a part of.

Survivors include her husband, Jack Billman; two beloved sons, Jacob and Dillon Billman; her parents, Maxine and Lee Monson; one brother, Kelly Monson and his wife, Heather; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

She had traveled all around but always had found the most beauty in the Northern Prairie. She will be laid to rest in the community she loved.

Family received friends at Bell Mortuary in Glasgow on Monday, June 5, from 4-6 p.m. Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 6, at 11 a.m. at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow, with Judy Martin officiating. Interment followed services at the Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, followed by a luncheon at the First Lutheran Church.

Bell Mortuary assisted with arrangements and condolences may be left at bellmortuarymontana.com.

 

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