He worked his way through college which was during the worst of the big depression.That fall he started working for the Montana Extension Service.
All successful and very close - my greatest accomplishment.
During my last few years I focused on my lifetime hobbies including auto restoration, fishing, hunting, gardening, traveling and simply having a wonderful yard at my cabin in Fort Peck, Montana.
Robert worked as an Assistant County Agent until he went into military service. While he was working in Culbertson he met Eunice Shipstead who was teaching school there.
They were married just after Pearl Harbor on December 20, 1941.
Genalgo (Gene) Charles Alsberg I passed from a wide assortment of ailments on Monday, November 24, 2014.
My choice was not to have a funeral as those who knew me would understand.
While farming he served on many boards and committees.
Among them were he taught Veterans for 4 years, County ASC Committee for 10 years, and School Board, etc.
Topping the list is family and close survivors, the most important, my daughter Julie supported by her husband Harley who was with me to the end; my son Jeff & his caring wife Simone who always was there to tend to all my needs, and my sons Charles (Robyn) and Bryan (Melisa) who cared for me during my visits giving me tremendous support. Surviving is my brother Gordon and his wife Linda of Kalispell Montana, deceased sister Betty and her husband Jerry of Augusta, Georgia.