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Everyone loved her at Nemont Manor in Glasgow and Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point where she kept them amused with her stories. Tillie is survived by her daughters Julianna Ackerman, Debra Cantrell, Carole (Ross) Nimrod, and Robin Cox; sons Michael (Earlene) Ackerman, twins Rex and Ray Cox, Ricky Gives, Richard Cox, Jeffery Cox and Randy Cox; brother Ed (Marilyn) Cox; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; numerous special nieces and nephews and sister-in-law Lillie Cox. Theodore Gerhardt Urban, as he wrote, “took that long journey never to return” under the loving care of the staff at Daniels Memorial Healthcare Center on February 1, 2018. Ted, as most people knew him, was born September 12, 1931 to Alfred and Agnes (Stannebein) Urban on the farm his parents homesteaded just west of Richland, MT.
Tillie was preceded in death by her husband Floyd; parents Joe and Julia (Grandchamp) Cox; sisters Lenora Red Elk, Loretta Adams, Genevive Cox and Darlene Cox; brothers Joseph JR. He attended Highland School and went on to graduate in 1950 from Opheim High School.
Ted was preceded in death by his parents, Alfred Urban and Agnes Stannebein Urban Gunther, his step-father, Herman Gunther, and infant granddaughter Abigail Ilecki.
He loved cameras and taking pictures, especially the novelty of the Polaroid.
Life lessons were learned from our father and friend, some in what to do and others in what not to do.
Throughout it all, his Lutheran heritage and attending church on Sunday remained an important part of his life.
A service will be held Saturday, February 10th at 1 pm at the Opheim Community Church with burial per Ted’s explicit instructions to follow.
Waller Funeral Home of Scobey is in charge of services.