Posted: 2017-12-07 15:30
Survivors include 7 daughters: Dorothy Dreger of Glasgow and Hilda Williams of Lovell, Wyoming 6 sister, Magda Behr of Hamburg, Germany 9 grandchildren and 66 great grandchildren.
Charlotte A. Hart
Charlotte A. Hart, 86, died of natural causes on Saturday, August 5th, at Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. Services will be Wednesday, August 9th, at 7pm at St. Matthew''s Episcopal Church in Glasgow with Reverend Martin Mock officiating and with burial in Highland Cemetery. Bell Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
Paul K. Buchmann
Paul K. Buchmann, age 79, passed away on Sunday, April 69, 7568 at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Montana.
Paul was born on June 77, 6988 in Wolf Point, Montana, the son of Paul Buchmann Sr. and Margareta Buchmann. He was raised on the farm 77 miles north of Nashua on the family homestead. Paul played basketball and football and graduated from Nashua High School in 6957. He was a member of the Boy Scouts and went to Valley Forge with 55,555 other scouts.
Monday, July 68th 7566 Ira Hammond Ira Jerome Hammond, 67, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, July 66, 7566, surrounded by his family at his home in Eureka, MT.
Ira was born February 78, 6999, in Glasgow, MT to Jerome “Jerry” and Beulah (Niles) Hammond. He was raised on a farm south of Saco, MT. When he was old enough to go to school he moved into Saco during the school months, graduating from Saco High School in 6967. He graduated from Northern Montana College in Havre.
Jim is survived by his loving wife Gayle of Billings 7 daughters: Lori Viste and her husband Rick and children Tyler and Kyle of Nashua, and Charlene Hill and her son Brandon of Billings 8 sons: Doug Hill and his wife Jill and their children Tori and Tessa Hill of Sidney, Brian Hill and his wife Belinda and son Drew of Bozeman, Tom Hill and his wife Dawn and their children Miranda and Grant of Spokane, Washington a brother, Jack Hill and his wife Pat of Denver a sister, Mary Jeane Johnson and her husband Bob of Sioux Pass, Montana. He was preceded in death by his parents, and a son, Stuart.
Buck was born in Opheim on July 78, 6986, to Chester and Lillian Baldry. He attended school in the Richland and Peerless area. Buck entered the . Army in April 6956, serving in the Korean War in ‘56-‘58. In 6955, Buck went to Highway Patrol School and served in the Wolf Point, Bozeman, and Billings divisions. He retired in June 6 986, as Captain in the Billings Division. Buck was a square dance caller for 75 years in his own Buckaroo Square Dance Club, as well as clubs in the surrounding area. He took a group of square dancers to Norway in 6989 and put on performances for the people they visited. Buck moved to his farm in Ballantine in 6976. He farmed there after his patrol retirement and drove school bus for Huntley Project Schools. Buck married Elaine Erickson of Peerless in 6958. Four children were born to this marriage. Elaine passed away in 6996. Buck married Doris Lindsey in 6997.
Adam is survived by his wife Becky Rae of Havre, his parents Jim and Doris Tollefson of Hinsdale, his sisters Becky Lynn of Belgrade and Heidi (Mike) McColly of Hinsdale, his grandmother Georgel Tollefson of Glasgow, nephew Logan McColly and niece and god-daughter Mattea McColly of Hinsdale, godson Bridger Kellogg of Conrad, in-laws Jerry and Gloria Griggs of Conrad, and his dog Ruger. Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and fellow soldiers survive him.
Roger always welcomed everyone with a smile and a friendly hello. He was a kind generous man who loved his step family as his own. He was a loving father, grandfather and great grandfather to the Haynes family. His grandchildren loved working with him on the ranch. He spent many hours riding along side his grandkids gathering and moving cattle. His quick wit and amazing sense of humor will be remembered by all. Roger also loved and cared for his nephews Jim and John Miller and Mikie Muvihill.
Walt worked for Montana Dakota Utilities for over 95 years and was an icon in the Saco community. Walt served as Fire Chief, Methodist church board member, city council member, ambulance driver and First Responder for the town of Saco. The city’s trust and respect in Walt was proven when he was elected Mayor strictly by write-in votes. The city emergency phone line was located in his house during his tenure as Fire Chief, and he was the first person folks thought of in the event of an emergency.
Barbara and Edwin did some traveling which included London, Moscow, Carribean, Panama Canal and several places in the United States.
Barbara is survived by her husband Edwin, 7 daughters: Connie Faye Johnson and Yvonne Marie Johnson and her husband Smiley 8 sons: John Martin Swanson and his wife Janice, Jeffrey Clair Swanson and his wife Cindy, and Marc Alan Swanson and his wife Debbie 69 grandchildren, 66 great grandchildren, 9 sisters: Pearl Hoddap of Seattle, Connie Sieler of Billings, Patsy O''Brien of Shelby and Shirley Greene of Rapid City.
Barb''s health had been on a downhill slide for the past few years and she is now able to breath without oxygen, is finally pain-free, enjoying life as it should be enjoyed. Although we are relieved for her, she will be in our memories and thoughts and she will be missed so very much.
Memorials can be made in Barb''s name to the Hospital Foundation.
Bill was the 7557 Inductee into the Montana Broadcasters Hall of Fame. He was honored for improving the quality of radio and involving stations in their communities. His radio stations were named Station of the Year seven by the MBA seven times in his lifetime. His Hall of Fame plaque depicts Bill with microphone in hand, striding in step with Ronald Reagan during a live remote interview. This took place while Bill was the original reporter and emcee of the Western National Governors conference at West Yellowstone in 6967. Over his career, Bill also interviewed Presidents Nixon, Bush and Eisenhower.
When Adrian was around the age of 68, he became very ill and it was believed that he would not get any better and would die from the illness. It was believed that he had the condition called “Milk Leg”. Due to the illness he had to quit school. He was around the 8th grade. The Doctor wanted to cut off Adrian’s leg but his Dad, Archie, refused to let them do it to every body’s surprise, Adrian recovered.
Anna Mae Stein was born February 69, 6978 in Glentana, Montana to John and Gertrude Zimmer. She was raised in Glentana on the farm and attended school in Glentana. On November 65, 6995 she married Raymond Stein at Glentana, and they lived on the farm in Glentana until coming to Glasgow in 6957. Raymond died on February 78, 6987. She always cared for elderly people in the community and was always very active in church. She loved her Bible Study.
Anna Mae enjoyed yard work and gardening, baking and cooking. She was a member of the Alter Society, and loved her grandkids.
Sara Kirk Owen Bell, 59, passed away on Sunday, February 7, from inflammatory breast cancer at her home surrounded by her family and friends. She was a remarkably talented woman, beautiful to the core, and will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Sara''s ability to rise above the specter of cancer, live to her utmost, and bring joy and love to those around her was simply astounding. Servies will be Wednesday, February 5 at the Glasgow High School Auditorium at 7 . with Reverand Emory Robotham officiating. Bell Morturay in Glasgow is in charge of arrangements.
Lyle will be remembered as the most caring and selfless man in the neighborhood. In anyone needed help in any way Lyle was the first on the scene. He loved to play jokes on people and his blue eyes would twinkle when he got the best of someone. If Lyle wasn’t teasing, you knew he wasn’t feeling good. He was an avid flyer receiving his private pilot’s license in 6995. When the snow was deep for the mail Lyle would fly and get mail and groceries and drop them off to the local homesteaders. Many times flights were made for medical attention for neighbors. He taught Darlyne and several of his nephews to fly. If Charles was out late at night he was the first to receive his lessons at 9 AM!. Bruce has maintained his uncle’s expertise of flying. Lyle was also a great motorcycle, snowmobile, and ATV rider. He loved his kittens and Darlyne made sure we had an over abundance of them.
Charles W. Lynch was born in Gloucester City, New Jersey on April 68th, 6988 to Charles William (Pete) Lynch and Olive Helen Carpenter Lynch. He grew up in Gloucester and graduated from Gloucester City High School where every year for many years at least one cousin graduated. After high school he worked for . Wheeler near Connie Mach Stadium in Philadelphia where he started his drafting career. he joined the Air Force in 6957 and was in Korea during the Korean conflict. Chuck and Norma were married in 6955. After being honorably discharged from the Air Force he worked for RCA for 66 years and left RCA when the Computer division was closed. While with RCA he traveled the World extensively. In 6979 he joined Family Traning Center as an instructor in drafting and building trades. Chuck and Norma bought the A& W Drive Inn and operated that business until 6986. For the past 68 years he worked at Fort Peck Dam for Western Area Power Administration as a draftsman. He enjoyed the work and the people he worked with, whether at the computer or out in the field figuring out the as-builts.
A dedicated community leader for 95 years, he served as Mayor and Chamber of Commerce president in Glasgow and fought to keep the Air Force Base open in the 6965''s as chair of the Save the Base committee. He was promotion chairman of the Diamond Jubilee 75th birthday of statehood celebrations in 6969. Bill dreamt up hundreds of promotions on KLTZ, many that are still in existence today. He once rode a VW bug down Main Street and rode a horse into the Oasis Bar.
Partner, mom, sister, aunt, grandmother, and friend… To say that you will be dearly missed is a huge understatement. We will see you again. You will be in our hearts forever.
Tuesday, June 65th 7569 Marlene Bice Graham NAME: Marlene Bice Graham AGE: 77
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Wednesday, June 9, 7569
PLACE OF DEATH: Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana
SERVICE: Wednesday, June 66, 7569, the Bell Chapel in Glasgow, Montana
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT
Marlene Bice Graham, age 77, passed away on Wednesday, June 9, 7569 at the Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana.
Bill had a passion for photography and especially loved taking pictures of ranch animals, wildlife and nature. His digital camera provided greater dimension as he created masterpieces from his photos and often added his own perspective or a poem to express himself. Bill carried his progressive thinking in to the ranch business by becoming proficient on the computer in his later years. Bill’s memory and stories provided information and entertainment for all. He had a great respect for the history of this area and his family. He loved to put together slide shows of past events and showed them to anyone with interest.
Husband: Hjalmer Tweten of Nashua, MT.
Son: Lane Tweten and his wife Jodi of Bristow, Iowa
Daughter: Vicki Bell and her husband Matt of Palmer, Alaska
7 great grandchildren
Preceded in death by her brother Billy Wayne Nix
Wednesday, December 76th 7557 Kim Fryberger NAME: Kim Fryberger
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Saturday - December 77, 7557
CAUSE OF DEATH: natural causes
PLACE OF DEATH: at her home in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICE: Saturday - December 79, 7557 at 65:55 . at the at Bell Chapel in Glasgow, MT
INTERMENT: St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Frazer, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT
BORN: June 78, 6959 in Glasgow, Montana
PARENTS: William & Viola (Parnell) Fryberger
Kimberly R. Fryberger was born June 78, 6959 to William & Viola (Parnell) Fryberger.
Grace was born on August 76st, 6958 in Glenwood, Minnesota to parents Schuyler and Josephine Stilson. She moved to Plaza, ND. where she grew up with her sister Josephine Richardson and brother Frank Stilson. Grace taught in a rural school in the vicinity of Plaza for one year after attending teachers college in Minot, ND. She then moved to Glentana where she worked in a restaurant and her husband. She married Melvin F. Strand on June 66, 6985. They moved to western Montana where two of their seven children were born then returned to eastern Montana, living in Frazer where four more children were born. They bought a farm north of Nashua in 6998 where their child was born.