Tietz Family Tree

Helen Tietz - 1965

Helen Irene MorenAge: 8919292019

Name
Helen Irene Moren
Given names
Helen Irene
Surname
Moren
Married name
Helen Irene Tietz
Birth November 6, 1929
Birth of a son
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Robert Rueben Tietz
October 9, 1953 (Age 23)
Death of a husbandRueben Adolf Tietz
September 23, 2008 (Age 78)
Cause: died from heart failure and pneumonia.
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Obituary Entry Missoulian News Paper http://missoulian.com/news/local/obituaries/06fri/article_58db3858-41b0-5955-bddc-3e1cf3cfc567.html

MISSOULA - Rueben A. Tietz passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008.

He was born in Elgin, N.D., Aug. 2, 1923, and moved to Missoula in 1945. He was a longtime builder and a real estate broker in Missoula.

He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Helen; son, Bob of Missoula; daughters, Linda (Brian) Reilly of Hamilton, Jo Ann (Terry) Best of Bonner and Mary (Rick) Langlotz of Lake Hughes, Calif.; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

He and Helen recently returned to Missoula to live at Clark Fork Riverside after living in Lake Hughes for 15 years. Rueben cherished his large and extended family and friends.

Visitation will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, at First Lutheran Church, 2808 South Ave. W. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the church.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to the Rueben Tietz Memorial Fund at First Lutheran Church.

Death of a sonRobert Rueben Tietz
October 1, 2017 (Age 87)
Cause: pancreatic cancer
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Obituary: MISSOULA — Robert R. (Bob) Tietz was born on Oct. 9, 1953 at St. Patrick Hospital, in Missoula to Rueben and Helen Tietz. He died at home in Missoula on Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, due to pancreatic cancer.

He was educated in Missoula schools: Lewis & Clark, Russell and Sentinel High. After serving four years in the Navy, he returned to Missoula and enrolled at Missoula Tech Center and attended classes there for a short time. Next he went to work in the University of Montana print shop where he held the job of pressman for eight years. Then came an opportunity for his dream job, being a traveling repairman of printing equipment, which he held for 18 years, attending numerous company schools in Seattle, Chicago and Rochester, New York.

Bob loved the outdoors, camping, jeeping, riding ATVs and his Harley motorcycles, enjoying the great Montana outdoors. He was known to drink a beer or two from time to time, have a funny story to tell and make people laugh. He also enjoyed having projects going, working on his house, working on his Harley motorcycles and general fix-it projects.

He was preceded in death by his father, Rueben Tietz, and niece Trisha Reilly.

He is survived by his mother Helen, sister Linda Reilly (Brian), sister JoAnn Best (Terry) and sister Mary Langlotz (Rick) and numerous nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at Grizzly Harley Davidson conference room, at 5106 East Harrier Dr. in Missoula on Saturday, Oct. 14, at 2 p.m.

Griz gear is encouraged.

Cremation has taken place and his ashes will be scattered above Thompson Lake at a later date.

The family would like to thank Partners Hospice for their last year of help and support.

Death March 30, 2019 (Age 89)

Address: Missoula
Cause of death: Natural causes
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Obituary:

MISSOULA — Helen Irene Moren Tietz, 89, of Missoula, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her daughters. Helen was born June 11, 1929, at St. Peter's Hospital in Helena to Virgil and Bertha (Wellhouser) Moren. They moved to Missoula when Helen was 3 years old. She attended Lowell Grade School and graduated from Missoula County High School in 1947. She loved music and played the violin in orchestra throughout high school. She also played the oboe in the beginner’s band. She married Rueben Tietz on May 15, 1948.

After high school she worked at the Missoula Mercantile and went to Modern Business College. She worked as a business secretary at Davis Brothers Wholesale Drug for many years. She also was a hard worker supporting Rueben in their Tietz Construction business building homes in Missoula. She was the "nail hole filler" and painter. She always said, “if I only had a nickel for every hole I filled, I would be rich.” Mom loved to knit and crochet, she made many hats with Gracie’s Angels for Community Hospital. She was also one of the expert Wii bowlers at Clark Fork Riverside where she resided for 11 years.

She is survived by her daughters; Linda (Brian) Reilly of Hamilton, JoAnn (Terry) Best of Bonner, and Mary (Rick) Langlotz of Florence, five grandchildren, Traci, Ben, Andy, Mike and Jessica, loving great-grandchildren and her brother Don Moren of Bakersfield, California. Helen was preceded in death by husband Rueben, son Bob, granddaughter Trisha Reilly, her parents and brother David Moren.

Services will be held on Saturday, April 13 at 11 a.m. at the Garden City Funeral Home with a luncheon following. Per Helen’s request, in lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to the Poverello Center of Missoula or your favorite charity.

Her kind and gentle nature will be missed by all those fortunate enough to be loved by her but we know she is now with her beloved Lord and Savior.

https://memorials.gardencityfh.com/helen-tietz/3787889/obituary.php

https://missoulian.com/news/local/obituaries/helen-irene-moren-tietz/article_4e3a539b-de23-511b-9ef5-6a169f56b3ca.html

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Obituary:

MISSOULA — Helen Irene Moren Tietz, 89, of Missoula, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her daughters. Helen was born June 11, 1929, at St. Peter's Hospital in Helena to Virgil and Bertha (Wellhouser) Moren. They moved to Missoula when Helen was 3 years old. She attended Lowell Grade School and graduated from Missoula County High School in 1947. She loved music and played the violin in orchestra throughout high school. She also played the oboe in the beginner’s band. She married Rueben Tietz on May 15, 1948.

After high school she worked at the Missoula Mercantile and went to Modern Business College. She worked as a business secretary at Davis Brothers Wholesale Drug for many years. She also was a hard worker supporting Rueben in their Tietz Construction business building homes in Missoula. She was the "nail hole filler" and painter. She always said, “if I only had a nickel for every hole I filled, I would be rich.” Mom loved to knit and crochet, she made many hats with Gracie’s Angels for Community Hospital. She was also one of the expert Wii bowlers at Clark Fork Riverside where she resided for 11 years.

She is survived by her daughters; Linda (Brian) Reilly of Hamilton, JoAnn (Terry) Best of Bonner, and Mary (Rick) Langlotz of Florence, five grandchildren, Traci, Ben, Andy, Mike and Jessica, loving great-grandchildren and her brother Don Moren of Bakersfield, California. Helen was preceded in death by husband Rueben, son Bob, granddaughter Trisha Reilly, her parents and brother David Moren.

Services will be held on Saturday, April 13 at 11 a.m. at the Garden City Funeral Home with a luncheon following. Per Helen’s request, in lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to the Poverello Center of Missoula or your favorite charity.

Her kind and gentle nature will be missed by all those fortunate enough to be loved by her but we know she is now with her beloved Lord and Savior.

https://memorials.gardencityfh.com/helen-tietz/3787889/obituary.php

https://missoulian.com/news/local/obituaries/helen-irene-moren-tietz/article_4e3a539b-de23-511b-9ef5-6a169f56b3ca.html

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