Glorianne (Lohrenz) Frame

(Feb. 5, 1932 - July 27, 2022)


Glorianne Lohrenz Frame passed away July 27, in Billings, Montana, with her loving daughter Cindy by her side. She celebrated her 90th birthday in February and was fortunate to enjoy good health for the vast majority of her life, with the exception of her battle with cancer the past year and a half, a battle she fought valiantly.

Glory was born in Lovell, Wyoming, on Feb. 5, 1932, to Conrad and Katherine Lohrenz. She was the youngest of 14 children.

She graduated from Deaver High School on May 24, 1951. Glory married Glen Frame on Nov. 17, 1951, and they had two daughters, Connie and Cindy. They made their homes in a number of places over the years, from Nebraska to Wyoming to Montana. Glory and Glen divorced in 1990.

Glory worked for, and eventually retired from, the Frenchtown, Montana, school district after many years of dedicated service in the cafeteria and as a janitor. After retirement she moved back to Powell, where she lived for nearly 30 years. She enjoyed reconnecting with old friends and acquaintances, as well as spending time with her brothers and their families who lived in the area. 

She was active in her church and loved working for years at their boutique. Glory was a loving, devoted, and deeply beloved grandma to Jeff, Sean, Tucker and Lance, and later, she was proud to be a great-grandma to Liam, Aidan and Haileigh Glorianne, her namesake, spending a lot of quality time with all of them whenever she got the chance. She developed deep individual relationships with all of them.

When she spent time with a person she was always so present and engaged with them. She had a way to make a person feel special and loved when they were in her presence. She was a wonderful cook, always ready with a home-cooked meal filled with comfort favorites. She seemed happiest when she was making sure that everyone was well fed. She was compassionate and positive, supporting all of the many endeavors that her family pursued.

When she wasn’t cooking she loved playing cards, especially pinochle — a family favorite that was handed down to all of the kids, grandkids, and great grandkids. She was active in a pinochle club in Powell and loved hosting her friends, as well as enjoying lunches with them through the years at the Skyline Cafe.

Glory worked hard over the years to keep the Lohrenz family connection strong, organizing an annual family picnic that brought relatives from all over back together to reconnect and celebrate their shared heritage.

Glory is survived by daughter Cindy (Steve) Inman; grandsons Jeff (Kristi) Frame, Tucker, and Lance (Devony) Inman; great-grandchildren Liam, Aidan, and Haileigh Glorianne Frame; step-granddaughters, Dazia Liddell and Breze (Nick) Goit; and step-grandsons, Hayden and Jack.

She was preceded in death by her daughter Connie, grandson Sean, her parents Conrad and Katherine, and siblings George, Frieda, Katie, Johnny, Sarah, Harry, Esther, Bill, Victor, Ruth, Ed, Harvey and Robert.

A funeral service will be held on Sunday, Aug. 7, at 1 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Powell. For more information, please visit