Lorraine Eisenbarth, 79, of Missoula passed away on November 18th, 2021. She had been living in Bismarck for several years but made it home to be with her family. She was surrounded by loved ones that night, before she peacefully passed in her sleep.
Lorraine Eisenbarth was born June 23rd, 1942, in Emmons County, ND to Edward and Caroline (Neigum) Bender. She was raised and educated in Braddock, ND, and would later meet Darwin “Monty” Eisenbarth in Bismarck, ND. On October 19th, 1963 the couple married in Missoula, MT, where they raised their three children. Lorraine worked for many years as a cook, waitress, and cashier. She made the best chicken strips, burgers, and fries around.
She enjoyed baking, being sassy, going on trips, and spending time with her family. She always made sure to come to her grandkid's events, including going to her first concert with daughter Colleen and granddaughter Katie. She spent as much time as she could with her great grandson, Roman. She was blessed with another great grandchild, Emma, but unfortunately didn’t have the opportunity to meet her before she passed.
She was preceded in death by her husband Darwin, parents Edward and Caroline, sister-in-law Dorinda, brother Edwin, and Nephew Matt Bender.
Lorraine is survived by; Son Terry (Tracy) Eisenbarth of Great Falls, daughter Colleen (John) Montgomery of Missoula, and Son David Eisenbarth of Bismarck, Grandsons Josh(Diane) Montgomery of Watford City, Cody(Kelci) Eisenbarth of Great Falls, and granddaughter Katie(Jason) Miklos, as well as great grandson Roman Miklos of Missoula and great granddaughter Emma Eisenbarth of Great Falls. She is also survived my 6 brothers, 2 sisters, and many nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be held Saturday December 4th at 11:00am at Garden City Funeral Home with reception to follow.
In memory of Lorraine donations can be made to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at https://www.bcrf.org.