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By Andi Bourne
Pathfinder 

Living up to his nickname "Cowboy"

Part II

 

March 21, 2019

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Louie Vero points to the E Bar L Ranch on the Montana map while posing with roping teammates at the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame Induction Feb. 9 in Great Falls, Mont. Pictured (L-R): Jerome Yoder, Steve Love, Louis Vero, Jerrian Jones, Loonie Metzger and Boone Jones.

In the first article, Louis Woodrow "Louie" Vero of Greenough, Mont. told of his early years riding and roping. With the nickname "cowboy" given to him by his mother at age two, he had a lot to live up to. Vero served in the U.S. Air Force and graduated with a degree in animal science and agriculture from Cal-Poly. He worked for the E Bar L Ranch in Greenough during his summers in college.

GREEOUGH - Not only was Vero smitten with Montana, he also fell in love with E Bar L ranch owner Bill Potter's daughter, Mary. After courting her with great tenacity, she said yes. They were married but n...



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