EAST CARBON - Glen L. Kiser, 72, died May 30, 2009 in East Carbon at home surrounded by his family.
He was born Oct. 9, 1936 in Miles City, Mont., to Curtis Mearl and Vera Ione (Carter) Kiser. He married Betty Lloyd on May 24, 1958 in Miles City, Mont.
He was raised in Miles City and Coalwood, Mont. He lived in Billings Mont.; Powell Wyo.; Laramie, Wyo.; Newell S.D.; and, most recently, resided in East Carbon.
Glen was a farmer and a rancher of both sheep and cattle. He enjoyed riding horses and loved all types of animals, especially his two dogs, Mitzi and Peanuts. '
Glen liked working outside in his yard and garden. Also enjoyed camping with his friends and family. One of his passions was playing cards and he enjoyed county music and dancing.
His creed that he lived by was honesty and his word was his bond.
Glen enjoyed traveling with his wife and, especially ,enjoyed their trips to Branson, Mo.; Arkansas, Louisiana and New Mexico to list a few.
Most important to him were his wife, three children and grandchildren whom he loved.
Glen is survived by his wife, Betty; three children, Janet Lei (Dave) Virnig, Little Falls, Mont.; Jerri Lynn (Randy) Timothy, Price; Johnny Dee (Debra) Kiser, Iowa, La.; five grandchildren and two stepgrandkids.; two sisters-in-law, Vera Archer, Olive, Mont., and Elsie Hudson, Billings, Mont.; and one uncle, Frank Kiser of Mountana. He was preceded in death by three brothers, Robert Archer, Jerry Hudson and Mearl (Jessie) Kiser; and his parents.
Memorial services will be Thursday, June 4, at 11 a.m. at Fausett Mortuary, 680 E. 100 South, Price. Burial will be Friday, June 12, at 2 p.m. at the Custer County Cemetery in Miles City, Mont.
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