Roxanne Deanne Witt of Butte, MT. passed away peacefully of natural causes on November 3, 2020 at the age of 71. She was born February 10, 1949 in Roundup, MT.
Roxanne is survived by her father Thomas Regan of Butte, MT., her 4 children, Tammy Kaminski and husband Mark of Nashville, TN, Sandra McCool and husband Robert of Blue Springs, MO., John Wild and wife Elenor of Aurora, CO., and Thomas Wild and wife Donna of Kellogg, ID. She is also survived by her 10 siblings, Jerry Schutz and wife Brenda of Helena, Mt., Cynthia Schutz-Jones of Butte, MT., Cathy Woods of Butte, MT., Paulette Schutz-Harder and husband George of Drumheller, Alberta, Debbie Vercella and husband Gerald of Butte, MT., Donnie Bowser of Butte, MT., Pam Ozane and husband Earl of Butte, MT., Dale Bowser of Omaha, NE, Jon Bowser and wife Kim of Helena, MT., Tommy Regan and wife Lori of Butte, MT., and many nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her mother Pauline Regan of Butte, MT., brother Peter “Petie” Bowser of Butte, MT., brother David “Davie” Schutz of Butte, MT., and Great Granddaughter Gracie Vargas.
Roxanne worked in the medical industry for over 30 years and then was a project manager for Habitat for Humanity until retirement. She was a respected leader, a loving mother, and a devoted friend. Roxanne had many talents – she knew a little bit about a lot of things. She was always available to lend a hand or give some guidance no matter what she was doing.
A private family service will be held on Thursday November 12, 2020 at Abundant Life Fellowship followed by a private graveside service at Sunset Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Habitat for Humanity. Condolences can be posted on Axelson Funeral Home obituary page.
The family would like to thank Linda Williamson for her friendship and caring heart, Brianne Mulvaney for her professionalism and support, and to the staff at Elkhorn Rehabilitation.
Please visit below to offer a condolence or share a memory of Roxanne. Axelson Funeral and Cremation Services has been privileged to care for Roxanne and her family.
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Barbara Miller says
So many memories of Rox are filled with laughter. Rox was a firebrand who helped so many people in Southwest Montana to have the courage to build their own homes, as she did. She helped build neighborhoods in Butte and Boulder and was a never-give-up leader, providing inspiration to scores of disabled people seeking a better life. I always felt honored to have gotten to know her and work with her, and will continue to miss her every day.
Connie Padrotti says
My Deepest Sympathy Connie Padrotti
Trinh Huynh says
Robert and especially Sandra,
My thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.
Trinh T. Huynh
Mike & Nancy Maddock says
Deepest sympathies to the entire families of Roxanne, so sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Lynda Ferguson says
She was always there if someone needed her , A wonderful friend , I will miss her so much….This makes me so sad ..Sending my Love and Prayer’s to the family , and hug’s