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Bud always enjoyed watching rodeos in his later years, never losing his touch on what a horse was going to do coming out of the chute.With a sparkle of humor in his eye he could be found telling a story that kept everyone laughing or sitting at a table playing cards with friends. Hobby, 82, died on Tuesday January 2, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia.Julia would use cats as her dolls and put them in a buggy and push them around until they fell asleep.She attended a one room school at Canterbell Country School, there were 7 or 8 students in her first-grade class. She graduated high school through a correspondence course.Aside from weekly visits to friends in a retirement community, she also played cards at the East Cobb Senior Center.She made good friends in Georgia and touched many lives.
Marie was preceded in death by her husband, Arvid Hobby; her parents, Ralph Nelson and Mabel Nelson Masters; five sisters, Donna Rennick, Helen Blanchard, Masha Smith, Sharon Anderson and Julie Severeid; and four brothers, George, Buddy, Brent and Ralph Nelson.
By 1971 Bud had a sizable rodeo stock and became a stock contractor himself.
Geer Rodeo Company furnished stock to rodeos throughout Montana.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Jennie; wife, Millie; son Jeff; daughter-in-law, Pam; grandson, Dru; sister-in-law, Theda; twin sister, Merridith “Sis” Kummerfeldt; and followed by his brother John “Jack” Geer later that day. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at Transfiguration Catholic Church in Marietta, Georgia on Tuesday, January 16 at am with Father Fred Wendel officiating.
Bud is survived by his children Bob (Ferna) Geer, Dan (Patty) Geer, Zane (Dixie) Geer, Shelley Geer, Joel Geer; grandchildren Zane, Tammy, Matthew, Callin, Doni, Tanner, Lindsey, Jason, Justin, Jake, Jessie, Tara, Ryan, Autumn, and Amber; great-grandchildren Wally, Miles, Dawsyn, Owen, Cody, Tommy, Katy, Sam, Amanda, Kat, Allan, Kayla, Logann, Quinn, Buddy, Rowan, and Aadn; great-great-grandchild, Craig; and nieces and nephews Karen (Will) Taylor, Kurt (Tammy) Kummerfeldt, Charlene Schlotte, Diane (Pete) Nagel, Beverly (Jerry) Freeman, Laurie Mc Connell, Monte (Lonnie) Geer, Mary (Dave) Jensen and Chuck (June) Geer. A visitation will be held at Mayes Ward-Dobbins Funeral Home in Marietta on Monday, January 15 from to pm, with a prayer service to follow at pm.
Bud Geer was born the first of twins at home near New London, Minnesota on September 18, 1921 to Henry and Jennie (Price) Geer.