John Daubert

June 12, 1946

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December 8, 2020

John Daubert

June 12, 1946

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December 8, 2020

John Richard Daubert, 74, of Billings, passed away on Dec. 8, 2020. He was born in Billings on June 12, 1946, to Mary (Brown) Daubert and John Daubert. John grew up on South 34th Street and worked in his parents’ grocery store. He attended Little Flower Catholic School and graduated from Billings Central High School in 1964. As a young boy, John enjoyed the time he spent fishing and camping with his cousins at Martinsdale Reservoir, Deadman’s Basin and Cooney Dam. He loved Chevy cars, and his favorite was his 1954 Chevy because you had to bounce on the back seat to get the radio to play.

After high school, John served in the Navy and later graduated from Billings Business College. He was in electrical wholesale for 54 years, retiring in 2017.

After chasing Beverly Wolff, the love of his life, for four years, they wed at Little Flower Catholic Church on July 1, 1967. Out of this union, four children were born: Brian Daubert (Anita), Nicole Trahan (Terry Lenhart), Scott Daubert (Sheri), Kim Daubert (Jeremy Walton). John was blessed with seven grandchildren: John Daubert (Holly), Taylor Coghlan, Hunter, Decker and Sawyer Trahan, and Addy and Peyton Daubert.

John enjoyed camping, fishing, gardening, golfing and bowling throughout his life. He was an avid reader in retirement, and never left a crossword undone. John was a Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers fan. He enjoyed coaching Little League Baseball with Mac Souza. But most of all, he loved the time spent watching his grandkids’ sporting events, never missing one. He is well-known for his shower rendition of “Please Release Me.” John was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Knights of Columbus.

A highlight of John and Beverly’s marriage was celebrating their 50th anniversary with a trip to Memphis for Elvis Week.

John lived life on his own terms and remained strong in his Catholic faith throughout life.

John is survived by his wife of 53 years, his children and grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and sibling, Donna Riggs (Thomas). His extended family includes the Brown family, the Wolffs and the Shermans.

We will be celebrating John’s life with a funeral mass at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15, at St. Bernard’s Parish. The Knights of Columbus will be reciting the rosary before mass at 10:30 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the St. Bernard’s Catholic Church general fund or St. Vincent DePaul.

Condolences may be made at www.michelottisawyers.com.

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20 thoughts on “John Daubert”

  1. Sharon & Dan ODonnell

    So sorry to hear this! Our deepest sympathy and condolences. Prayers go out to you and your family. 🙏🙏🙏

    Hugs, Dan & Sharon O’Donnell

  2. Ken and Karen Brown

    We are so sorry to hear of John’s passing. We always thought of him as a man who really cared for and respected his family. I know he’ll be missed.

  3. I always thought John was a strong quiet man. He was at John’s athletic events.A very important presents in the family.Bless you Bev for the care you took of him.
    Bless all the family

  4. Dear Bev and Family:
    Just learned of John’s passing and were very sorry to hear it.
    We in this “Heights” area know one another from years ago through schools and sports.
    Please accept our sincere sympathy……surely a difficult time.

    Doug and Teri Zook

    1. So sorry to hear about John passing. I always looked up to him and his dad. He was such a kind soul and will live in our hearts. God bless. John and Lori Schweigert

  5. So very sorry about your loss of John. Both Ed & I worked with him for several years at Glacier State Electric and he was such a kind, good man. I loved it when he smiled and laughed. Prayers for your family. Donna and Ed Ingwaldson

  6. S. Marjorie Feuerborn

    My prayers and sympathy on the death of John. May God grant him eternal rest and peace and comfort to your family. I will have a Mass offered by the Carmelites from the Shrine of the Little Flower in Darien, Illinois. God bless. Sister Marjorie

  7. Bev and family:
    I was very saddened to hear of Johnny’s death. We have many fond memories of Christmases at Grandma’s house. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love, Carrie and Randy Ruff

  8. Bev and family,
    Teri and I have been staying in touch with Mom and Dad through John’s illness, and we are so sorry to hear of his passing. You and John were part of the magic that made growing up on Maurine Street so special. Thank you for your kindness over the years. I will always remember John as a quiet, hard-working, and kind man, with a little bit of a mischievous streak. Be well.
    Jim and Teri Souza

  9. Bev and Family’
    I’m so sorry for your loss and I am sending prayers for healing your way. Take care of each other.
    Paula Jackson

  10. Bev and Family,
    So sorry to learn of John’s passing. May all the fun memories you have of him help you through this difficult time. Your family certainly was one of my favorites while at Beartooth. My deepest sympathy.
    Roger Flagan

  11. Sam and Ellen Miller

    Bev and family
    We are so sorry to hear of John’ passing.
    John was such a nice and caring man and we loved seeing you both at St. Bernard’s for many years. God Bless you and your family. Sam and Ellen Miller

  12. Dear Bev, So very sorry for your loss. I will always remember all the fun we all had as kids. Sending hugs, love and prayers to you and your family.
    Peggy Clements (Kysar)

  13. Scott,
    So sorry to hear of your dad’s passing and your family’s loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Marita and Paul

    1. We treasure the 49 years of fun and friendship we had with John and you Bev. He fought hard to get better..that’s testimony to how much he loved his family and friends..we will miss and remember him always. Mac and Mary Anne

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