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Patsy Maye Krieg Noon, 72

By Tribune - Posted on 13 December 2013

  Patsy Maye Krieg Noon, 72, of Belgrade passed away November 30, 2013.

Patsy was born April 15, 1941 in Terry, Montana to Joseph and Helen (Cole) Krieg.   She graduated from Terry High School and received her bachelor’s degree from University of Montana.  She married Robert Noon on November 20, 1965 at St. Francis Xavier Church in Missoula.  They lived in California and Livingston before moving to Belgrade.
Patsy worked as a nurse in the Army during the Vietnam War and then for a private clinic with Dr. John Heidrick.  She was also a manager at Trailside Gas Station, worked at Trax Corner Store in Four Corners, and was a parking attendant at the Bozeman airport.  She was active with Valley of the Flowers Catholic Church (now St. John Vianney Catholic Church) in Belgrade and St. Mary’s School and Church in Livingston.
Patsy enjoyed reading, meeting, and talking with her friends, old and new.
She was preceded in death by her father, Joe Krieg, and her mother, Helen Krieg.
Survivors include her husband, Robert Noon; daughter, Jodi (Rodrigo) Ballardo; sons, Jason (Terri) Noon and Mike Noon; five grandchildren; sister, Eleanor Chamberlain; and brother, Robert Krieg.
Funeral Mass was held Saturday, December 7 at St. John Vianney Catholic Church.
Memorials in Patsy’s name may be made to Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter, PO Box 11390, Bozeman, MT  59719 or to Cancer Support Community, 102 S. 11th, Bozeman, MT  59715.

Published December 11, 2013



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