Last Friday, October 11, 2019, we said goodbye to our beloved Jack Golberg, 84, of Ulm.
Born October 21, 1934 in Sidney, MT to Truman (Jack) Golberg and Esther Sherman, Jack attended the Crow School on The Fairfield Bench and later the Fairfield Schools. In 1956 he married Ivalee Robertson, living in Great Falls and Manchester. Although this union ended in divorce in 1970, they were blessed with four children.
He later married Nancy Wilcox and moved to White Sulphur Springs. They divorced in 1988, and it wasn’t until 2005 when Jack was lucky enough to find love again, marrying Kathi Kinkade in 2009 and moving to Monarch.
In earlier years Jack worked for Ulmer’s Auto Repair in Great Falls until opening his own shop, Jack’s Auto Repair in west Great Falls. He also owned and operated Jack Golberg Excavating and Golberg Construction. In 1977 he moved to White Sulphur Springs and continued with his construction company. His son, Bruce, joined the company 1984. They worked as a team until selling the business in 2000. He continued to work with his son at the 6666 Ranch until retiring at the end of 2005.
A Funeral Service will be held Friday, October 18th at 10:00 AM in the Rose Room Chapel at Croxford Funeral Home with Burial to follow at Highland Cemetery.
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