Joe was born on August 26, 1971 in Ennis, Montana to Vicki Kombol and Richard Green. Joe enjoyed his childhood growing up and working on the Kombol Ranch northwest of Roundup. After graduating from Roundup High School in 1990, Joe enlisted in the United States Army. He was stationed in Fort Hood, Texas from 1990-1992 and Kitzingen, Germany from 1992-1994. Joe married Tracey Tomlin on July 13, 1996 and was blessed with two beautiful daughters, Baylee Joe and Rylee Ray.
After numerous construction jobs, Joe found his calling with a job he loved at Mid-Rivers Communications. Joe was surrounded by amazing co-workers who meant the world to him. He worked hard and became the District 4 Supervisor and a faithful employee for 15 years.
He felt that his biggest accomplishment was his daughters. Joe was taught carpentry skills from his Grandpa Kombol which he passed down to his family through patient teaching. With these talents, Joe was able to build a beautiful home for his wife and daughters. Some of Joe’s best memories were spent woodworking and fishing with his family and running with his daughters.
Joe is preceded in death by his grandparents, nephew and cousin. He is survived by his wife of 21 years, Tracey, daughters Baylee (and her significant other Boyd Pletan), and Rylee, his father and mother – in – law Dave and Glenda Tomlin, sister– in – law and brother –in – law Jamie and Ben Lehfeldt, his mother, Vicki Kombol, father, Richard Green, brother, Kolby Green, and his special Uncle and Aunt Terry and Cathy Kombol, as well as numerous nephews and cousins.
A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Center located at 700 3rd Street West, Roundup, MT, with refreshments following the celebration.
A special thank you for the kind and wonderful care Joe received from Frontier Cancer Center, Dr. Troy Fiddler and staff, St. Vincent Healthcare, Colorado Blood Cancer Institute, Dr. Jeff Matous and staff, Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital and staff and Riverstone Health Hospice. Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society, Riverstone Health Hospice Services or to the donor’s choice.
Condolences may be expressed to the family at wierfuneralhome.com.
“Some people don’t believe in heroes, but they haven’t met my dad!”
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700 3rd Street West
Roundup, MT 59072