On January 14th, 2023 Mildred (Billie as she was known to most) Irene Ohmer passed peacefully in her home. She was a beloved member of her community. She spent close to 30 years volunteering at the Villa, socializing with residents and building lifelong friendships. As a devoted member of her church, St Joseph, she served on the Women’s Guild planning church functions and weekend events. She drove a school bus for 11 years with the Harrison School district. As a military spouse, she followed her husband (Eugene) across the world from Washington state, to Texas, Colorado, Vicenza Italy and back to Colorado. Her hobbies included; baking, sewing, knitting, embroidery and shopping. She was above all devoted to her children and grandchildren, celebrating every victory and always refusing to leave before handing each grandchild a dollar. She is survived by 5 of her six children; Susan Thompson (Andy), Daniel Ohmer, Nancy Emst (Bobby), Steven Ohmer, and Janice Garriott (Philip), 8 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and siblings, her husband Eugene Ohmer and daughter Karen Ohmer.
This Obituary Has 2 Condolences
Dianne Lohf28 Jan 2023
We send our heart felt condolences to Billie’s family.
Your father Eugene was Tom’s mother, Edith Ohmer Lohf’s brother.
Sincerely, Tom and Dianne Lohf
Susan Thompson2 Feb 2023
Thank you for your condolences. Susan Thompson. I am their oldest daughter