Louise K. Dabner, 75, who had been a partner in an auto parts store, died Friday, March 1, 2013, from medical problems related to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
She was born in Hardin on Aug. 5, 1937, a few minutes after her twin sister came into the world. She was the youngest of eight children of Ben and Nellie Feller of Hardin.
After working in the automotive parts industry and being a partner in a large auto parts store, she finally retired for a while.
On Sept. 27, 1957, she married Tom Dabner. They moved to West Yellowstone and spent more than 20 years there. Due to medical problems, they moved to Reed Point for six years, and the need to get closer to medical facilities caused them to return to Billings.
Mrs. Dabner was admitted to St. Vincent Healthcare on Feb. 25.
Survivors include her husband; daughters, Kathy L. Dabner and Keri Kankovsky; two granddaughters; and brothers, Benny Feller of Canby, Ore., and Raymond Feller of Billings.
Services were held March 6 at St. Bernard’s Parish. Arrangements were by Cremation & Funeral Gallery.