Obituary for Louise M. Roberts

Obituaries May 3, 2021



Obituary for Louise M. Roberts

NEWCASTLE – Louise M. Roberts passed away in the early morning of April 29, 2021 at Weston County Hospital at the age of 76.

Born on October 25,1944 In Gillette, Wyoming to William and Mamie Noldner. William and Mamie moved to Newcastle in 1949 where he worked for the railroad, the LAK ranch and the sawmill.

Louise met and married Loren Roberts on July 3, 1962. This union brought three children. She found great pride in being a waitress for the better part of 42 years in Newcastle where they raised their family.

Mom was passionate about many things…Quilt making with some original patterns with the help of Lloyd. Passing down her love of crocheting to Shelly and love of gardening to Stacey. She collected salt and pepper shakers, cookie jars and birdhouses and anything that she needed for “her business”. Thank goodness for all the years of yard sales.

In the morning you could find her drinking her coffee and watching the birds, squirrels, turkeys and deer out her picture window. Or in the afternoon tending to the rose bushes and many flower beds all decorated with birdhouses and yard art.

Louise also enjoyed spending time with friends and family going to Deadwood, Riverton, Branson and even Vegas. Her heart was pure gold and will be missed by everyone. She was our everything and we love you to the moon and back.

Survived by Loren Roberts; children, Shelly, Lloyd Roberts and Stacey (Clint) Sieber; Grandsons, Justin (Nicole) Roberts and Wade Sieber; brothers, Orville (Della) and Larry (Danette) Noldner; and several nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by her parents, William and Mamie Noldner; two sisters, Caroline (Carrie) Morris and Florence (Punky) Dempsey; and two brothers, Clarence and Jerry Noldner.

A Celebration of Life for Louise is planned for Saturday, May 8, 2021 @ 11 a.m. at Weston County Senior Citizens Center, with a lite luncheon to follow.

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