Virginia Teagle

Sept. 30, 1961-Sept. 25, 2020

Virginia Teagle, 58,

Minot, ND, passed away,

September 25, 2020, at

her residence.

Virginia Lee Warmbrod

was born September 30,

1961, in Wolf Point, Mon-

tana. Virginia was the

first-born child of Jack

and Edith Warmbrod and

for the first five years of

her life she was the “only

child.” It was at this time

that Virginia met David

Lingle, whom became her

livelong friend and her

“first brother”. In 1970

Virginia’s parents moved

the family from town to

Wolf Creek, where they

made their home on the

Warmbrod family farm

and ranch. As a young

child, Virginia spent

countless hours with her

Grandmother Myrtle

Warmbrod who taught her

the lifelong skills of cook-

ing, baking, needle work,

and sewing. In true Vir-

ginia fashion, she excelled

in all of those skills and

was well known for her

wonderful meals, amazing

baked goods and cher-

ished homemade gifts.

Virginia always had a

“Tomboy” side and loved

nothing more than being

her father’s right hand

man. As a child, she was

often found with her dad

feeding cattle and riding

in the combine. As she

grew older, she became

one of the main truck

drivers, hauling wheat

into town to the elevator.

In true farmer fashion,

this started at the age of

12. Virginia and her father

always had a very tight

bond and until his pass-

ing, they were frequently

found having coffee in the

afternoon at the Husky

Truck Stop and later the

Stockman Cafe.Virginia

graduated from Wolf

Point High School in

1979. While in high

school , Virginia was ac-

tive in cheerleading,

choir, swing choir, band

and Rainbow Girls. Vir-

ginia later became a

member of The Order of

the Eastern Star. After

high school, Virginia mar-

ried Zane Taylor and to

this union, Zane Michael

Taylor “Mike” Taylor was

born. Becoming a mother

was Virginia’s true pride

and joy in life. Virginia

later married Ken Lewis

and with this union, Des-

tiny joined the family.

While married to Kenny,

they became house

parents to Riverview

Home, where Virginia was

“Mom” to many. Virginia

also worked for Roosevelt

County Sheriff’s Office,

where she was a dispatch-er and jailer. This was a

position she took great

pride in. After the passing

of her father, Virginia

stepped up to the plate

and began driving the

family school bus with

her mother. Together Vir-

ginia and her mother ran

the Wolf Creek bus route

for four years. After the

end of the bus route, Vir-

ginia moved to Williston,

ND and this is where she

met the love of her life,

Rick Teagle

For both Rick and Vir-

ginia, it was love at first

sight. She was the most

beautiful woman Rick had

ever seen. Not just on the

outside, but on the inside

as well. Rick first met Vir-

ginia in 2002, while she

was looking to purchase a

vehicle at Fisher Motors

in Minot, ND. From then

on it was a whirlwind.

They decided to get mar-

ried on May 16, 2003 at

the Scandinavian Heritage

Park in Minot. Rick and

Virginia had a wonderful

life together. They trav-

eled many places together

on their Harley-Davidson

Motorcycle. Virginia

loved to ride and have the

wind in her face. Virginia

was an excellent cook and

was best known for her

homemade stew, soups

and buns.

Virginia is survived by

her husband, Rick Teagle,

Minot; son, Mike (Rolin-

da) Lewis and their chil-

dren, Darniel Yazzie,

Jaclynn and Myklynn

Lewis all of Wolf Point,

MT; daughter, Destiny

Steele, Wolf Point, MT;

brother, John (Trisha)

Warmbrod, Miles City,

Mt.; sisters, Jean Dixon,

the state Virginia and

Sharon (Scott Moore)

Stein, Miles City, MT

along with multiple

nieces, nephews, cousins

and friends. She is also

survived by Rick’s chil-

dren, Karla (Wally)

Scheresky of Garrison,

ND, Luke Teagle of

Bismarck, ND, Seth (Jen-

nifer) Teagle of Newark,

OH, Sarah Teagle of

Russelville, AR, Hannah

Lamm of Fayetteville, AR.

Grandchildren, Grace and

Samuel Scheresky, Henry

Teagle, Olivia Teagle,

Noah Teagle, Addison

Teagle, Easton Blackburn,

Quinn Lamm, King Teagle

and Roman Teagle.

Virginia was preceded

in death by her parents;

grandparents, Norvel and

Ethel Jackson, Myrtle

Warmbrod, and beloved

dog, Biker.

Virginia has been

cremated and her ashes

will be spread in North

Dakota, South Dakota and

Montana as per her


If you wish to send a

memorial you can send

them directly to her hus-

band Rick Teagle at 1824

5th St. SW, Minot, ND,


Celebrating the Life of


Due to the Coronavirus

Pandemic, A Private Cele-

bration of Virginia’s Life

will be held Monday, Oc-

tober 26th, 2020, at 2:00

p.m. at Thompson-Larson

Funeral Home, in Minot,


Due to the Coronavirus

Pandemic, please observe

social distancing. The ser-

vice will be livestreamed

for the public to view and

can be accessed by going

to YouTube

https://www. outube.com/




Following the private

service at the

Thompson-Larson Fun-

eral Home, Minot, there

will be a public celebra-

tion of Virginia’s Life in

the conference room at

the Sleep Inn, Minot, ND,

from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Everyone is invited.

Those wishing to sign

the online register and

share memories may ac-

cess the online obituaries

section at (www.