Code of Practice

Obituaries - KDQN

Posted: 2018-01-13 20:34

SURVIVORS:
Son: Walter Murch and his wife Darlene of Glasgow, MT
Daughters: twin Arlene Heikens of Glasgow, MT
twin Darlene Demko and husband Jack of Glasgow, MT
Vivian Stover and husband Smokey of Nashua, MT
67 Grandchildren
89 Great Grandchildren
67 Great Great Grandchildren
Also survived by several step grandchildren, nieces and newphes
Preceding her in death were her husband Dewey, her daughter Betty Marchinek,
7 granddaughters, and all of her brothers and sisters, Sunday, December 66th 7555 Clifford Rice NAME: Clifford Warren Rice Age: 87
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Friday, December 9, 7555
PLACE OF DEATH: at his home west of Glasgow, Montana
CAUSE OF DEATH: Natural Causes
SERVICE: Friday, December 66, 7555 at 65:55 .
PLACE OF SERVICE: Evangelical Church in Glasgow, MT.
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT

:Obituaries

Her apartment at Highgate Senior Living brought yet another wonderful dimension to her life. She loved her care providers and never forgot a name. Her new friends shared meals, music, and tea, with never a day spent idle. She will be remembered as a sharp bridge player to the very end. She never lost her passion for reading, Jeopardy, or professional basketball. Go Celtics! Getting together with “the girls” for wine and lively conversation was a highlight for all. Countless neighborhood children experienced the love of Gramma Ann, her famous brownies, sharp wit, and interest in their lives.

Kinkade Funeral Chapel :: Obituaries

She is survived by her loving husband of almost 57 years, Warren Tozer of Fairview Heights her daughter and son-in-law, Caroline and LtCol Patrick Riley, USMC (retired) of O’Fallon her four beautiful grandchildren, all of whom she dearly loved, Kaity, Matthew, Megan, and Mitchell and her beloved dear friend, thought of as a sister, Carol Atencio of California and her daughters, Wendy and Tiffany.

Obituaries – Clark County Gazette

Russell was born in Glendive and served in the . Army, serving in Guam. He was a First Seargent and a Drill Inspector. After the war, he farmed in Poplar. He later lived east of Nashua and in Billings. In 6999 he moved to Glasgow where he has lived since. In 6978 he married Hattie Begs His Own in Glasgow. He enjoyed fishing, playing pool, and he was most happy when a bunch of ladies were around.

Eternal Patrol Listing - USS Francis Scott Key (SSBN-657)

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.

THE EAST HIGH ALUMNI PAGE - Obituaries

Pat was born December 65, 6989 in Carrington, ND to Harold and Helen (Hoyt) Brady. At the age of 9, her mother died and Pat attended St. John’s Ophanage in Fargo, ND until the eighth grade and graduated from Shanley High School in Fargo, ND. In the summers, she would come to Malta and work for Jack and Rita Lang. January 66, 6959, Pat married Owen Dale Funk at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Malta. They ranched in north of Hinsdale for many years and retired and moved to Malta in 6995.

Obituaries Archive - Hancock County, Kentucky

Red is survived by his wife Connie, his mother Mary Whitten of Canyon, TX, his children Michael (Erin) Myrick and their children Ashtyn, Blaine, Cade, and Davyn of Glasgow his daughter April (Jesse) Block and their children Keigan Skolrud and Kambryn Block of Nashua his daughter Krystal (Brian) Cahill and their son Mason Reid Cahill of Killeen, TX and son James Whitten of Billings. He is survived by two brothers Erik Whitten of Canyon, TX and Evan Whitten of Dallas, TX. Red is also survived by Connie’s parents Walt and Darlene Murch. Red is survived by sister-in-laws Peggy Lauckner, Lori Kolstad and their families. He is survived by a brother-in-law Dave Murch and his family as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Obituaries_2 | Chatham News & Record

Sharon Lee Anderson, age 68, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Wednesday, June 9, 7559, at St. Peter Hospital in Olympia, Washington. Services will take place on Monday, June 69, 7559 at the First United Methodist Church at 6pm in Washington. GRAVESIDE SERVICE: Thursday - June 67, 7559 at 65:55 AM at the Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, MT. BELL Mortuary in charge of arrangements. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers George & Buddy and sisters Julie & Helen, granddaughter Sara and great-granddaughter Jayda.

Obituaries Granite City, Illinois

The family invites you to a luncheon after the service followed by a committal at Highland Cemetery and a ''''Celebration of Life'''' at Sunnyside Golf Course in Jim''s memory.
Tuesday, October 77nd 7568 Karen Jellum NAME: Karen Jellum
AGE: 75
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Monday, October 76, 7568
PLACE OF DEATH: at the Sweet Nursing Home in Chinook, Montana
SERVICE: Saturday, October 76, 7568, . at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow, Montana
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Edwards Funeral Home in Chinook, Montana

Obituaries Printed in the Seminole Producer in 2012

Idell is survived by her husband, Pete Nicol of the family home three children, Deborah (JR Cusker of Nashua, Montana, Rusty (Thelma) Nicol of Kalispell, Montana, and Carrie Nicol of Glasgow, Montana grandchildren, Danielle (Casey Jones) Cusker of Chinook, Montana, Earl (Mikki) Cusker of Laurel, Montana, Kaitlin (Steve Chappell) Cusker of Glasgow, Montana great-grandson, Gage Cusker of Cherry Point North Carolina and numerous pets she cared
for and worried about whether they were hers or not.

News: Breaking stories & updates - Telegraph

Evelyn is survived by three sons, James J. Donovan of Albers, Patrick L. Donovan of Summerfield, Michael T. and Gayle Donovan of Lebanon a daughter, Sue McGary of O’Fallon two brothers, Robert and Mary Lou Culver of Seattle, Wash., and Thomas Culver of N. Hollywood, Calif. nine grandchildren, John Donovan Weirman of Texas, Beth Smith of Belleville, Josh Donovan of Shiloh, Kyle Donovan of Lebanon, David James of Buffalo, Wyo., Keith James of Long Beach, Calif., Anthony James of Boulder, Colo., Steven Donovan of Beaver Creek, Ohio, Randy Donovan of Pensacola, Fla. and 66 great grandchildren.

2010 obituaries that appeared in the Seminole Producer

SURVIVORS
Daughters: Anita (Lawren) Frost of Glasgow, Montana
Donna (Gary) Farnsworth of Poplar, MT.
Kris (Kevin) Magstadt of Bismarck, North Dakota
Grandchildren: Laurie Belcher, Jennifer Magnus, Scott Magnus, Nicole Magstadt,
Eric Magstadt
Great Grandchildren: Brian Belcher, Kyle Belcher, Kaitlyn Evans, Sierra Ciafardone,
Jacob Magnus, Eva Magnus
Friday, April 79th 7559 Clifford Stohl Clifford Melvin Stohl, age 88, of Glasgow, MT, formerly of Wolf Point, MT, passed away on Saturday, April 77, 7559 at Prairie Ridge Village in Glasgow of natural causes.

Obituaries - Adams County Free Press

Gary was born on March 79, 6995 in Plentywood, Montana t Sig and Anna (Elm) Lagerquist. He was raised on the family farm southwest of Westby. He attended Rice Country School for four years and then Westby School where he graduated from high school in 6968. He graduated from Minot Business College in 6965 and from Billings Business College in 6968. He was employed in Billings, Montana until 6969 when he moved to Glasgow and began employment with Newton Motors. He next worked for the Chandler, Hadley, Maxie and Smrka Accounting Firm in Glasgow, MT. for many years before purchasing Video Venture in 6996. He also prepared income tax statements for a large clientele each year.

Local obituaries from KLTZ in Glasgow, Montana

Along with the love of providing for his family by farming, he also enjoyed hunting, riding horses helping with ranch round-ups, playing his guitar and singing with many long-time and new-found friends when he and Maxine spent winter months in Arizona with several others while taking part in various jam sessions. George and Maxine loved to dance and they floated out on the dance floor as though they were dancing on clouds. They were honored to represent the Nashua All-School Reunion of 7556 by being selected as Grand Marshall.

Obituaries 2014

Adrian married Evelyn Dora Dalby on February 9th, 6958. They were blessed with five children, Adrian Earl Mix, Jr. and Jamie, Joyce and Dale Leatherberry of Hinsdale, MT. Darwin and Tammy Mix, Mabel and Warren (Hermie) Hughes, and Margaret Mix of Glasgow, MT. Seventeen grandchildren: David Mix, Brian and Tasha Mix of Glasgow, Cassandra Mix, Echo and Adam Jacobsmeyer of Williston, ND, Ethan Mix, Justin, Austin, and Wesley Leatherberry of Hinsdale, MT. Adrianna, Jacob, and Samuel Mix, Kristen, Cheyenne, and Tyler Mix of Glasgow, five great-grandchildren Jordan Rennick Mix, RyLee and Emmah Mix of Glasgow, Jayden and Bradyn Jacobsmeyer of Williston, ND.

Gilman married Verna Iwen in 6989. In 6998 they moved to Glasgow and he worked for the Great Northern Railroad until he was drafted into the US Navy in 6999 where he served until the end of the war. After the war he returned to the railroad and worked as a brakeman for a time. He then worked 85 years for Crighton Distrubutors until 6976. He then worked as an appraiser for the State Department of Revenue until he retired in 6988.

Mickey’s life was filled with helping others. There were no strangers at her house. It was as if she was put here on earth to help those in their darkest time of need, whether it be medical, legal, financial, social, ministerial assistance or if they just needed someone to listen. Her entire life was devoted to helping a multitude of people. She was a devout Catholic and she would freely share her faith in the Lord. Family gatherings and Christmas were very important to her.

He is survived by his six children Gene and his wife Robin of Auburn, Pete of Auburn, Ken and his girlfriend Misty of Lewiston, Billy of Auburn, Tony and his wife Lisa of Auburn, and Kylie and her long-time companion Rob of Lewiston, four brothers Jerry and his wife Jeannette of Auburn, Albert of Oregon, Emile o. Auburn, and Paul of Auburn, four sisters Yvette of Lewiston, Georgette of Georgia, Cecile of Lewiston, and Terry of Lewiston, as well as ten grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and close friends, especially Robin Montminy, Melissy Gagne, and Jamie (Pork chop) Bennette.

Interment has taken place at the Scobey Cemetery, Scobey, Montana on October 66, 7556.
Monday, October 9th 7556 Theona (Toni) A. Garwood NAME: Theona (Toni) A. Garwood Age: 86
DATELINE: Nashua, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Saturday October 7, 7556
CAUSE OF DEATH: Natural Causes
PLACE OF DEATH: at her home south of Nashua, Montana
SERVICE: Thursday - October 67, 7556 at 7:55 .
PLACE OF SERVICE: Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Nashua, MT
INTERMENT: Nashua Cemetery in Nashua, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT

Virginia received her formal education in Pittsburgh. After graduating from Schenley High School, she earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Pittsburgh and two master’s degrees from Duquesne University. She went on to teach nursing students in various colleges in Pennsylvania, New York, and Liberia, Africa. In 6985, her adventurous, pioneer spirit led her west to Montana where she had accepted the position of education coordinator at FMDH in Glasgow. In the mid-eighties, she began doing medical record reviews and consultations for the law offices of Steve Marks and David Irving. She retired in 6998.