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Lyle D. Gerrard

March 6, 1951 — February 4, 2022

Cut Bank

Lyle Douglas Gerard, 70, passed away on February 3, 2022 in Cut Bank due to complications of diabetes.

Lyle was born on March 6, 1951 in Cut Bank to James and Marjorie Gerard. Lyle graduated from Cut Bank High School in 1969. He then moved to California after high school and lived most of his life in the San Francisco/San Jose area. He worked in Silicon Valley for pharmaceutical companies but decided to leave California. He then moved to Billings around 2009 and worked for All American Pharmaceutical in Billings for several years before retiring and moving to Cut Bank.

Lyle loved to entertain and was well known for his excellent cooking and decorating. He loved cowboy boots and had a large knick knack collection of them along with other western items. He was also an artist and an excellent piano player. He was a gentle gracious man with a great sense of humor and was highly intuitive and intelligent. He was generous and one could always count on Lyle if you needed someone to talk to. Lyle lost a leg in about 2016 due to complications from diabetes, but he always maintained a positive attitude.

Lyle is preceded in death by both of his parents, James Sr. and Marjorie Gerard; brothers, James Gerard Jr. and Shawn Running Crane. He is survived by brother, Gary Gerard of Billings; sisters, Mary Ann Gerard, Judy Gerard, and Gae Gerard all of Cut Bank, Barbara Mitchell of Garden Valley, CA, Elaine Gerard of Spokane, WA, Lisa Gerard and Anita (Gerard) Reichert both of Billings, and Janet Nielson of Great Falls.

Cremation has taken place but no services are planned at this time. A memorial is being planned later this spring or summer.

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