Adolph Lopez was born in Hillsboro, Texas on March 15, 1928 and passed away unexpectedly at 91 on February 5, 2020.

Adolph went to school in Fromberg, Montana. At 12 years old he planted beets for Mr. Hill with a team. At 13 years old he started working at various farms. He worked for the Bauwens, Spencer, Sticka, and for Goggins farms and another farm in Glendive.  He enjoyed working on the farms till he was 75 years old

He planted beets for 37 years, planted corn 51 years, plowed 24,000 acres of farmland. He drove 21 different tractors.

Adolph is survived by his daughters, Christina (John) Schaefer, Angie Lopez, Alberta Lopez, Teresa Keightley, and son, Isidro (Michelle), and Antonia (Roger) Clemmons, sister and brother-in-law.

He enjoyed the last few years of his life making friends, he was very fond of, at South Forty senior Housing.

He was preceded in death by his wife Adelina; a son, David; a daughter, Anna Marie; his parents Esteban and Jacinta Lopez; and his sister Esperanza.

He enjoyed 7 children, 24 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren, and 1 great great granddaughter.

The family wants to acknowledge Vonnie Bowman, who was Dad’s very special loving companion.

“In the end we do not cease to be, we just become memories”

Inurnment will be at Rockvale Cemetery at 1:00 P.M. on Tuesday February 11.