Marie Monroe
Let the memory of Marie be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Marie Monroe, . We will remember her forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Steve Meredith on 4th January 2015

You are loved by many. As now you are riding and taking care of your horses in Heaven. If Printers Devil would send me one of his son's I would cherish him. You were the one that always would in courage me to stay in the breeding you also believed in my stallions. I first met Marie in Montana she was working at the ranch with cows. My uncle traded horses with her and her husband. Also my uncle helped round up cattle on the res and stayed with them Marie love and miss you."

This tribute was added by Dee Hammer on 1st January 2015

"Dear Marie,  You were one of our favorite people to visit over the years!  Mark Molina introduced us to you in the early '90's.  We always knew that you would take good care of our lay up racehorses.  Your friendship over the years was a true treasure!!  So interesting to listen to your stories and just have a "good ole fashioned visit".  Thank you for being so special. You are truly missed.   Dee & Howard Hammer (Remmah Racing, Inc.)"

This tribute was added by janice norby on 29th December 2014

"Marie and I have been friends forever.  She was a dear friend of my family and I loved her horses.  Had a chance to ride Printer's Devil at the Denver Stock Show one year and a thrill of a life time for me. I always admired her.  She was a take charge lady and a perfect role  model for me.  I will miss our yearly messages."

This tribute was added by Lyle Magnuson on 18th December 2014

"Before I met Marie her fame preceded her. Her horse, Printer's Devil, who stood in Montana, had progeny that were "must have" for horse enthusiasts--racing, barrel racing or showing.  I finally had the good fortune to meet Marie in Cutbank, Montana, in 1976.  From that point on my relationship with her consisted of partnering, breaking and training race horses, and most of all, being a cherished friend.  I spent a lot of hours and days living at Marie's house, hauling horses, and a lot of good quality b. s. sessions.
Marie was a very compassionate person to animals and people of all ages and backgrounds. Her qualities included honesty, integrity, being a workaholic and a good friend to many.  We shared lots of good times together and I will miss her immensely."

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