Teresa’s hobbies included listening to classic country and golden oldies —which she dearly loved —and playing games on her tablet.
She also enjoyed crocheting, social media and riding horses.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ray and Vivian Watson, her sister Kitty Hollifield, grandson Jayson Moore, and nephew Dakota Wood.
Tillie attended school in Frazer, Montana, then she went on to cosmetology school in Chicago.
She also worked at Johnnie Café for numerous years as a cook and waitress. She taught herself to make star blankets which she hand sewed because she said they looked better.
Lona was laid to rest February 2, 2018, in the Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana. Yvonne “Tillie” Cox-Hopkins our beautiful and loving mother, grandmother, sister and aunt went to be with the Lord on February 2, 2018 at Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point, Montana.
She was born July 24, 1931 to Joseph and Julia (Grandchamp) Cox at home in Frazer, Montana.
Everyone loved her at Nemont Manor in Glasgow and Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point where she kept them amused with her stories. Tillie is survived by her daughters Julianna Ackerman, Debra Cantrell, Carole (Ross) Nimrod, and Robin Cox; sons Michael (Earlene) Ackerman, twins Rex and Ray Cox, Ricky Gives, Richard Cox, Jeffery Cox and Randy Cox; brother Ed (Marilyn) Cox; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; numerous special nieces and nephews and sister-in-law Lillie Cox.
Tillie was preceded in death by her husband Floyd; parents Joe and Julia (Grandchamp) Cox; sisters Lenora Red Elk, Loretta Adams, Genevive Cox and Darlene Cox; brothers Joseph JR.
While attending NCBC, Lois Montag and her friends wanted a ride to the park.
Lois knew that Fred had a Buick so she asked him for a ride.
Arlee, Julius, Nelson, Melvin, Raymond, Alvin and Donald Cox and son Parker.
Tillie was much loved and will be greatly missed but not forgotten.
Visitation will be Thursday February 9, 2018 from 6 – 8pm at the Bell Chapel.