Nicholas George Tomlanovich

Born: Mon., Oct. 11, 1943
Died: Wed., Jan. 13, 2021


Memorial Service

2:00 PM Sat., Jan. 30, 2021


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Nicholas George Tomlanovich was born to Nicholas Joseph and Mary Helen Tomlanovich on October 11, 1943 in Rhinelander Wisconsin and raised in Eagle River Wisconsin. He married the love of his life, Peggy June Patnaude on July 27th, 1963, making up 57 years of marital bliss. He is preceded in death by his father, mother and sister Charlotte Culver. He is survived by his wife Peggy Tomlanovich of Ronan Montana, his nine children; Patricia Brown, husband Terry and grandchildren Kami, Jessica, and Danielle of Washington; Sharon DeWitt, husband Chad and grandchildren Justin, Kayla, Ashley, Kameron and Madisyn of Washington; Roberta Halbert, husband Bill and grandchildren Brooke and Alex of California; George Tomlanovich, wife Carrie and grandchildren Zachary, Megan, and Nicole of Montana; Elaine Wise, husband Dan and grandchildren, Lia, Ty, Stephano, Olivia, Norah, and Natasha of Idaho; Victoria Spears, husband Jason and three grandsons, Joshua, Jordan, and Tanner of California; Andrew Tomlanovich, wife Misty, and 3 grandchildren, Tiera, Josh, and Amber of Arkansas; Joel Tomlanovich, wife Kate and two granddaughters, Shelby and Chloe of Washington; and his sweet little Katrina at home. Sisters, Joanne Culver and Evelyn Hunt of Wisconsin and many nieces and nephews. Nick was also blessed with 27 great grandchildren.

He was a wonderful son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and friend. He was blessed with many spiritual sons and daughters and loved them all as his own. The love he showed his family and friends stemmed from the love he had for his heavenly father Jehovah, whom he dedicated his life to in 1970 along with his wife Peggy, in Pullman, Washington. Thus, beginning his faithful course of serving his heavenly father Jehovah.

Nick loved God’s beautiful gift of music, not only listening to it but also creating it by his soothing voice and by playing the stringed instruments (mainly guitar).

He loved to hunt and was an avid fisherman and in his elder years tried to redeem himself by feeding the deer and the little critters in the winter. He was a master craftsman. He found great joy in working, always finding a way to provide for his large family.

Nick loved all of Gods creations. His love for his heavenly father Jehovah moved him to talk to others about God and His Kingdom and all the promises soon to be fulfilled.   Revelation 21:1-5.

Memorial will be held on Saturday, January 30th 2021 @ 2:00pm mountain time. Memorial is via zoom. Contact granniebear9@hotmail.com for log in information.

Donations and condolences may be offered at: Foster Funeral Home and Crematory, 216 Project Drive, St. Ignatius, Mt. 59865 and/or JW.ORG.

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