Gordon W Reimche


February 22, 2023

Gordon W Reimche, age 84, of Nashua, Mont., died on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2023, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont.

A celebration of life will be planned for Memorial Day weekend in Nashua.

Gordon was born on July 14, 1938, to Sam and Lois (Brown) Reimche. Gordon graduated in 1956 from Nashua High School and attended MSU Bozeman studying agriculture.

Gordon married Judy Bunday and had two children. He joined the National Guard and attended basic training at Fort Ord on the Presido of Monterrey California.

On Sept. 11, 1964, he married Patsy Stearns and increased his family by four children. He enduringly referred to Patsy as his "girlfriend." Gordon and Patsy were business owners of the Home Café and the Korner One Stop. They made their home on the Reimche family farm in Nashua where they raised their family and later worked the family farm with son Ted. Gordon was a member of the Farmers Union, the Nashua Lutheran Church, and was active in the Nashua Sleighers Snowmobile Club.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Sam and Lois Reimche; his wife, Patsy Reimche; and his sisters, Carol Helland and Virginia Kalantzes.

Survivors include his sister, Mary Larson, of Melborn, Fla .; cousin Joan Gray, of Las Vegas, Nev .; his daughters, Gayna Watson, of Apache Junction, Ariz., Kelly Fogg, of Bozeman, Mont., Penny (Bruce) Hagen, of Great Falls, Mont., Jill (Bob) Meiers, of Glasgow, and Tina (Steve) Chappell, of Glasgow; son Ted (Therese) Reimche, of Billings, Mont .; grandchildren Chris (Toni) Wallem, Eric Wallem, Michael Fogg, Trevor Hagen, Justin (Cassandra) Hagen, Allie (Brian) Tyree, Mandi (Josh) Thompson, Kori (Sarah) Meiers, Kenna Anderson, Aiden Anderson, Ande Malmin, Emily Reimche and Erik Reimche; great-grandchildren: Hadley Thompson, Harper Thompson, Adeline Thompson, Thomas Thompson, Emylia Griffith and Baby Hagen arriving soon; and many friends.

Condolences for the family may be left at bellmortuarymontana.com.


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