Dennis Voeller


Dennis D. Voeller, 65, of Three Forks, MT, passed away on August 9,2022 at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital. He was surrounded by close family and friends.


Dennis was born, September 11,1956 in Rugby, ND and spent most of his life between Rugby and Minot, ND. He graduated from Rugby High School in 1974. 

He served proudly in the Army National Guard and Army Reserves during which he was deployed overseas during Desert Storm. For most of the last decade he spent his time enjoying the beauty of Montana. He lived a full life; traveling, hiking, hunting, kayaking, and many other activities with those he cared for the most. Dennis loved his job as Director of the Gallatin County Fair and those that became his “work family” and friends. He valued the opportunity to meet and engage with a wide range of people, as well as organize various events and activities. His greatest joy was watching his children and grandchildren grow, whether that be following them on the ice rink, baseball field, swimming lanes, soccer field, or just being a part of their daily lives. He will be missed greatly.


He is survived by his daughter, Celeste (Steve) Bradford & their children Caleb and Belle of Ft. Wayne, Indiana; son, Dustin (Julie) Voeller & their children Dane, Brody and Reed of Minot, ND. 6 siblings, Richard Voeller of Casselton, ND; Gerri (John) Awalt of Coon Rapids, MN; Carol (Ron) Torgerson of Rugby, ND; Amy (Ron) Jaeger of Coon Rapids, MN; Bernie (John) Stanfield of Waterville, WA; & Vicki Upton of Rugby, ND.  Along with many extended friends and family members.


He was preceded in death by his parents; Pius and Rose (Salwey) Voeller


Committal will take place at 10:00 AM Friday, September 2nd at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery, south of Mandan.   There will be a Celebration of Life service held at 3:00 PM Friday, September 2nd at the Eagles Club in Rugby, ND.


We invite you to make a donation in Dennis’s honor, in lieu of flowers, to: 

Gallatin County Fairgrounds 

901 N Black

Bozeman, MT 59715

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