Celebration of Life
Kremmling Community Church
Monday September 20th, 2021
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God called LaVerne Bock home to be with her parents Catherine and Nick; her sister Vera, Brother Marion; Brother in-laws Bill, Bob Merrill, sister in-laws Jeannie, Eula and the man of her dreams and husband of 63 years Lloyd Bock; and dear son Bill.
LaVerne left 5 children behind on September 12, 2021-Teddi (Warren ) Matney, Dan (Koni), Tim (Brenda), Brenda (Mike) Sherman, Ron (Eric). Her life’s work & love of family have her 11 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren all a blessing along with getting to meet her new great great granddaughter. Also proud of her Sheilah (Bill) Jones her adopted daughter. She loved nothing more than family and dear friends who helped keep her out socializing and being in her own home for 68 years. Thank you Lord for the best mom ever!
Celebration of Life will be Monday, September 20, 2021 at Kremmling Community Church at 2:00. If you have something Purple…. Wear it. That was her favorite color.
Service will conclude at the church. Family has asked that you join them at the Lone Moose for Coffee and deserts after the service.
To send flowers to the family in memory of Ida Bock, please visit our flower store.
Your mother and dad were some of my best friends that I have ever had. Back in the 1960's Bud and I played cards with them and we had the best times and so many laughs. You boys had such a good time getting Bud to stand on his head and Teddi I am sure you remember making the chocolate cake for us to eat. Your mom, your aunt Vera and I bowled together for a lot of years and had so many good times and laughs. I think of those years a lot now that I am in my later years and enjoy the memories so much. My heart goes out to all of you. I know your dad will be so happy to be reunited with your mom. Love to all of you,
Gerri Edwards Sep 14 2021 10:17 PM
As a Kansas niece, I never got to see you a lot, but really loved spending time at your house whenever we visited. You were a great part of your family, so funny and with a great sense of humor. You always welcomed us into your home.
I know you will be missed here, but I'm sure you had a great welcome party in heaven. I can see you with Uncle Bud, Mom & Dad. Uncle Bill, as well as Billy and other family members. We love and miss you.
Cindy (Thompson) and Kent Miller
Cindy Miller Sep 14 2021 7:53 PM