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Bobby B. Quesenberry

November 14, 1931 — May 24, 2024

Livingston

Bobby B. Quesenberry - November 14, 1931-May 24, 2024

Born November 14,1931 at the old Kinnenson place between Donahue and Big Creek. Son of Charles and Elizabeth (Sutherland) Quesenberry.

He spent his early years attending schools in Tom Minor Basin, Paradise Valley, and graduated from Park County High School in 1949.  Bobby served in the US Navy from Feb. 1950 to Dec. 1953, serving in the Korean theater for most of the Korean war of which 19 months were in Guam. On Sept. 4, 1954 he married Dorothy Juhnke in Livingston, Montana and he has three sons, Robert (Sahlee(RIP)&(Michelle) Quesenberry, and his two daughters, Angela(Seth) Conlan who gave him two great grandsons Max and Owen, and Kathy Quesenberry, also Robert has two step daughters with Michelle, Effie(Robert) Burns and their 3 daughters, Kara, Keena, Seena, and Guardianship of Saries, also Ilima(Aaron)( RIP) Cameron, and  daughter Sheena, and son, Johnathan, Bobby’s second son Robin (Kim(RIP)& life partner Frankie)Quesenberry, and his two children, Heather(Richard) Laverdiere who gave him two great grandsons, Richard, and Luke, and Christopher, who gave him a great granddaughter  Zophyra. Third son Brian (Belinda) and his daughter Rachael, who gave him a great granddaughter Kenzi. Bobby also had two daughters Penny (Michael) Tom and her two daughters, Kim(Charlie) Jones who gave him a Great grandson Ward, and step Great granddaughter Kaitlyn, and Heather(Jose) Enriquez who gave him a great grandson Danny, and Great granddaughter Gracelyn, second daughter  Sue(Mel) Tom who gave him a great grandson, Brandon.

Bob worked as a brakeman for the NP Railroad, and in 1955 moved his family to Anaconda, MT. where he worked for the smelter at the Anaconda Company  and served his apprenticeship as a carpenter.  He spent some time in Wisdom, Mt. before moving back to Livingston in 1962 and started his career for the National Park Service in Yellowstone as a carpenter  and was promoted to Building Foreman in 1967.  In 1976 he was transferred to Death Valley, Ca. as Buildings and Utilities Foreman.  In 1980 he was promoted to Chief of Maintenance.  In 1984, he again transferred to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and Natural Bridges National Monument in Moab Utah where he was chief of Maintenance.  He retired in 1987 and moved back to Livingston, started golfing more, and became a rock hound.  He enjoyed hunting with his friends and especially with his son Robert, who was the only son old enough to hunt, he loved camping and fishing,  Playing his Guitar, Mandolin, and Banjo, an accomplished musician, and he once scored 50 points in a basketball game, He hiked to work alot, and stayed very active into his 90’s, He was very loved by his family and friends, and will be truly missed by all who knew him.

He was preceded in Death by his parents, three half brothers Lincoln and Marvin Quesenberry, and Roy Sutherland, 4 half sisters Carmel, Julia, Sudie and Lottie, Brothers Maynard(Jeannie) and Richard(Leola) Quesenberry.

Bobby’s Celebration of life, for family and friends, will be determined at a later date. 

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