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Beverly Jean Domier | Lewistown News-Argus

Beverly Jean Domier, 81, of Helena, Montana passed away Oct. 2, 2022, of natural causes. She was regularly referred to as Bevy by her husband Richard, Mamooski by her son Troy, Greatest Mom Ever by her son Rob, Mom, and Grandma by other family members. She dearly cherished every moment with her family.

Bev was born in Lewistown, Mont., to Joe and Helen Barta Koutensky on Oct. 29, 1940. She spent much of her early life in the Denton area with all its natural beauty. Anyone that has been through there will surely remember the railroad trestles and the agriculture. She attended Denton High School when she met her husband, Richard Domier. This meeting led to a nearly 65-year marriage that produced three sons, five grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. She so dearly cherished her entire family but held a particularly special place in her heart for her husband and three sons. She spent time as a homemaker, a volunteer Cub Scout Leader for her three boys, a volunteer with the Ladies Club at the Danvers Saint Wenceslaus Church, and also worked as an Avon and Celebrity Jewelry salesperson. Some of her hobbies included artistry on old barnwood, anything to do with her family, including preparing meals (her specialty was lasagna), sewing for her family, gardening, July 4th parades, hunting, and dressing her three sons alike for any photo opportunity while they grew up. As is common in parents with multiple children, she would say “Trob or Trobbie” when trying to get the attention of the younger two boys.

Bev is survived by her husband, Richard Domier of Helena; her sons, Joe “Joey” Domier of Santa Clara, Calif. (ex-wife Rhonda of Encinitas, Calif.), Rob “Robbie” Domier of Helena, Troy “Donaldé” (Lisa) Domier of Firestone, Colo.; grandchildren, Cheryl (Brian) Crook of Encinitas, Calif., Ryan (Marlo) Domier of Helena, Kelsey Elgie Domier of Denver, Colo., Will Domier of Firestone, Colo., Abby Domier of Eugene, Ore; greatgrandchild Connor Crook of Encinitas, Calif.; and numerous extended family members.

Bev is predeceased by her parents, Joe and Helen Koutensky of Danvers, Mont., her sister, Nadine Beavers of Cupertino, Calif., and many pets, including dogs Toby, Cindy, Gretchen, Ingrid, Queenie, and Queenie II; horses, Fair Play, Poco, and Cindy; and most recently, her cat Sissy.

The services are to be determined, with best intentions to be held in the summer of 2023 at Saint Wenceslaus Church in Danvers, Mont. Saint Wenceslaus Church is her childhood church, where she married her husband Richard, and had funeral services for her dear sister Nadine Beavers. Any donations can be made in her memory to Mount Ascension Transitional Care Of Cascadia, 2475 Winne Ave., Helena, MT 59601 or to The Friends of Saint Wenceslaus, 1463 Red Hill Road, Lewistown, MT 59457.

A few words that Bev would use to sum up life: Family, Love, Commitment, Laughter, and God.

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