On Tuesday, May 25, 2021, Nanette “Nan” (Goddard-Schuster) Ehrmantraut, wife, mother, daughter, and sister, passed away at the age of 77 years.
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Nan was born in Billings, Montana to Harlon (deceased) and Naomi (deceased) Goddard. She graduated from Billings West High School in 1962, in the first graduating class at West High. In 1963, she married Richard Schuster (deceased) and had two children, Lee Schuster (Dawn) and Mike Schuster (Tracey).
They purchased a home in the mid 70’s and raised their children. Some of her hobbies during this time included gardening, flowering, and sewing. Through the 80’s she worked for Selover Buick as a receptionist, billing and payroll. She continued to work throughout the transition when it became Underriner Motors. In 1998 she married Ken Ehrmantraut (deceased). They loved going to the cabin, cruises, camping and spending time with their extended families. They both left Underriner Motors and purchased and operated their own KOA Campground in Hot Springs, SD. After several years they sold it and traveled around the country for a while before returning to Billings. She then returned to work at Underriner and retired upon them opening a new facility. They then purchased a cabin and had many family gatherings there while they also continued their travels. We wish her many more new adventures with friends and family.
She will be forever remembered by her family, including sisters Sue Carter (Marvin), Robin West (David), and Claudia Morgan (Bob). Stepchildren: Tracy Hasler (Chad), Paula Ehrmantraut and Trevor Ehrmantraut (Nicole). Newphews and nieces: Darryn Morgan (Holly), Todd Morgan (Heidi), Sarah Ferestadt (Terry), Jake West (Stacy), Alisa West (Tim), Greg Carter (deceased), and Julie Markovich (Steve). As well as all her grandchildren, Gage, Avalon, Gavin, Logan, Kortni, Kayla, Kendra, Jayden, Zach, Andrea Niles (Alex) and Adam.
We would like to give a special thank you to Tracy and Chad Hasler for all the things they have done for Nanette. And thanks to the staff at St. John’s for the comfort and care they provided.
Services will be held Wednesday, June 2, 2021, at 2pm at Smith West Funeral Chapel. Condolences may be shared with the family at smithfuneralchapels.com.