Lucile (Inbody) Waters

Born: Tue., Jan. 23, 1917
Died: Mon., Feb. 17, 2014


Vigil Service

7:00 PM Fri., Feb. 21, 2014
Location: Gorder Jensen Funeral Home


Mass of Christian Burial

2:00 PM Sat., Feb. 22, 2014
Location: Choteau Pavilion


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Lucile (Inbody) Waters, 97, of Choteau, passed away Monday, February 17, 2014 at Teton Nursing Home in Choteau, MT. She is now resting in peace in Heaven.

Services will be held Saturday, February 22nd at the Pavillion in Choteau at 2:00 PM. A Vigil Service will be held at 7:00 PM Friday, February 21st at Gorder Jensen Funeral Home in Choteau.  Interment will be in the Choteau Cemetery.

Lucile was born January 23,  1917 in Rockford, WA to Hannah (Graedel) Inbody and Roy Inbody. In 1919, at the age of 2, they moved to Teton County in Montana to a farm northeast of Choteau.  Her dad also taught school in the Farmington area.   When she was 17, her parents died from a car accident. She then became the lady of the house for younger brother Glen, and little brother, Clark. they were a close knit trio that worked together on everything.

She went to grade school at the East Farmington Grade School and high school at Teton County High School in Choteau. She graduated in 1935.

Lucile married Harold Waters of Dutton at Olympia, WA. Harold was stationed at Fort Lewis at the time. They lived in Washington, California, and Missouri before Harold was sent overseas during WWII.  Lucile then moved back to Choteau and worked for 3 years on various farms in the Choteau and Dutton area.

In 1946 Harold came home and they moved to the Waters farm west of Dutton. Lucile was very active in helping on the farm. They retired from farming in 1971 and lived in Dutton, and in 1978 they moved to Choteau.

Lucile is survived by sons Gerald Roy  (Sylvia Kind) Waters of Fairfield, MT and Robert Waters of Mesa, AZ and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. 

Lucile was a member of St. Williams Catholic Altar Society and the American Legion Auxiliary in Dutton; St. Joseph Altar Society, hospital auxiliary, Rebekah Lodge and Senior Center in Choteau.   She did volunteer work at the Teton Medical Center, Teton Nursing Home and the Red Cross Blood drawings in Choteau.  She enjoyed gardening and growing flowers. She was a good seamstress and enjoyed needlework and cooking.

Lucile was preceded in death by her parents, Hannah and Roy Inbody, brothers: Joe Inbody, Glen Inbody and Clark Inbody; grandchildren, Julie Waters and Ryan Waters, and daughter-in-law Mary (Gaudet) Waters.

Memorials are suggested to either Teton Medical Center or the Teton Nursing Home in Choteau.

 

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Jerry and Michelle Hensley
   Posted Thu February 20, 2014
Dear Gary & Sylvia,
So sorry about Lucille. I loved getting to know her at the Nursing Home. She ALWAYS had a smile.
In sympathy,
Jerry and Michelle

Ethel and Judy Doheny
   Posted Thu February 20, 2014
Dear Gary, Sylvia, Bob and Families, We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. God Bless you all at this time. Take care. Ethel and Judy Doheny

Lois and Deke Green
   Posted Fri February 21, 2014
Lucille was a wonderful lady and we are so glad we knew her. She was so kind to my Mom and we are sending our sincere love and kind thoughts to you all at this time.89

Martye, Concerned Neighbor
   Posted Thu February 27, 2014
To the Family and Friends of Lucile Waters,

I wanted to express my deepest sympathy and concern for you and also share with you the wonderful hope for our dead loved ones. As you grieve Lucile’s death, please reflect on the hope in question, which comes from the Creator of the Universe, Jehovah God. Yes, by means of his word the Bible, He allows us to understand how He’ll eliminate death for good one day and bring our dead loved ones back to life again. This is evident in (Isaiah 25: 8), (John 5: 28 and 29), (1 Corinthians 15:26), (Revelation 21:3 and 4), which can comfort you in your sorrow. God’s promises are guaranteed because He cannot lie (Titus 1: 2). Moreover John 11 verses 11-14, 39, 43, and 44 attests that Jesus, whom God appoints to bring the dead back to life, can do it since he demonstrated that when he resurrected Lazarus and two other individuals while he was on earth. So as you await the fulfillment of the resurrection, please heed Jesus’ counsel found at John 17 verse 3 by taking steps to get to know God as well as Jesus through a FREE home Bible study with the Witnesses. Notice that in the preceding verse Jesus compares the true knowledge of God and of him to “EVERLASTING LIFE”, which will be enjoyed here on earth when it becomes a paradise where you can be re-united with Lucile again in a world free of all the problems we deal with today like SICKNESS, VIOLENCE, WAR, OLD AGE etc…as indicated in (Isaiah 33:24), (Psalms 37: 9-11 and 29), (Psalms 46: 8 and 9), (Job: 33:25).
May you be comforted by the cited Scriptures, which give us hope for a wonderful future in God’s upcoming new and righteous world!(Matthew 19:28-30); (2 Peter 3:13, 14)

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