Jacqueline ‘Jackie’ Molzahn

On Sept. 24, our beloved wife, mother, grandmother passed away peacefully at home with her husband, Tyler, by her side.

Jacqueline (Jackie) Lee Molzahn was born on the confluence of the Saint Lawrence River and Lake Ontario in Watertown, N.Y. on Jan. 22, 1953 to Francis and Evelyn Albro.

Jackie attended Catholic school and graduated from Immaculate Heart High School in 1971. 

Jackie met her husband of 45 years who was stationed at Fort Drum outside of Watertown, NY in 1970. They were married June 24, 1972 at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Fontana, Calif. They moved to Big Timber in 1973. In June that year Tyler joined the Sweet Grass County Sheriff’s Office.

At one time, Jackie worked three jobs at once. 

In the mornings she would take care of two elderly ladies, and in the evenings she worked at Country Pride (Crazy Janes). She worked at Fryes, in dry cleaning, at Pioneer Nursing Home and The Lazy J. 

She worked hard all of her life until her health failed. Jackie spent a lot of time with family outdoors, fishing, attending animals on the farm and traveling to fairs all over the state of Montana. Later in her life she enjoyed doing folk-art and sewing.

Jackie adored all seven of her grandchildren, whom she loved dearly. She always believed and trusted in her Lord, God.

Jackie is preceded in death by her mother Evelyn, father Francis, brother Gary, sister Fran, nephew Kenny and niece Lee. She is survived by her loving husband Tyler, her brother Edward “Bud” (Teresa), son Justin, son Ty (Latrisha), daughter Tyne (Matthew), and grandchildren Taylor, Reygan, Damien, Kaden, Dylan, Destiny and Hadassah.

Cremation has taken place and a celebration of her life will be held next summer.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorials in Jackie’s name be made to the Billings Clinic Dialysis Center, 2800 10th Avenue North, Billings, Mont., 59107 or Hearts and Hands Hospice, PO Box 1337, Big Timber, Mont., 59011.     

Condolences for the family may be made at www.stenbergfuneralhome.com



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