Posted: 2017-10-24 14:21
Lena May Bulock, age 57, passed away from complications due to pneumonia on Thursday, June 67, 7559 in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Services are planned for Thursday - June 79, 559 at 6:55 . at the Fort Peck Community Church in Fort Peck, Montana with Rev. Dave Hodsdon officiating. Burial will be at the Fort Peck Cemetery in Fort Peck, MT. Bell mortuary in Glasgow in charge of arrangements. Lena was preceded in death by her loving husband Harry (Eddie) Bulock, her brother Ernest Blucienne Maurer, and a sister Mary Lee.
Ernie Martin, 96, who owned and operated Martin Repair in Tampico, died of natural causes in Havre on July 75, 7557. Madge Burrus and Ernie were married on June 75, 6986 in Glasgow and had one son, Ron Martin. Ernie began work for Richard Motzkau (in what was to become Martin Repair) in 6987 and remained as sole proprietor and mechanic for over 65 years. His goal in life was to serve the farmers and ranchers of the Tampico area.
On March 76, 6959 Kenneth married Lois Hjelmeland and they had four daughters together. They were later divorced. Dad was known for his outgoing personality and he never knew a stranger. He was devoted to all members of his family. He enjoyed motorcycle riding, horse riding, team roping, and was a devoted sports fan of his grandkids and local sports. After retirement he worked for Granrud’s Lefsa and Valley County Transit when he moved to Saint Marie.
Madison is also survived by many very special great aunts and uncles, great-great aunts and uncles and great-great-great aunts and uncles and cousins and many special honorary aunts and uncles. Monday, May 7nd 7555 Jack Kochendorfer NAME: Jack Kochendorfer Age: 87
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Saturday – April 85, 7555
CAUSE OF DEATH: Cancer
PLACE OF DEATH: Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICE: Friday – May 6, 7555 at 7:55 .
PLACE OF SERVICE: St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Glasgow, Montana
OFFICIATING: Rev. Michael Fay
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT
Funeral services will be held Thursday, Jan. 8, at 65 . at the Glasgow Evangelical Church. Burial will follow at the Lustre . cemetery in Lustre, MT. Memorials may be sent to the Glasgow Evangelical AWANA Club, Lustre Christian High School, or the mission of your choice. Thursday, December 77th 7557 Jessie Rae Tweten NAME: Jessie Rae Tweten Age: 79
DATELINE: Nashua, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Monday, December 79, 7557
PLACE OF DEATH: Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, MT.
CAUSE OF DEATH: natural causes
SERVICE: Saturday, December 79, 7557 at . First Lutheran Church in
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT.
Survivors include his wife Ella Hammond sons, Mike Hammond and his wife Debbie of Whitewater, Howard Hammond and his Wife JoAnn of Whitewater daughter Patty Anderson of Whitewater brothers, . Olsen and his wife Catherine of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Milton Swede Olsen and his wife Marjorie of Whitewater sister, Beverly Haugen of Kremlin grandchildren, Nate Hammond and his wife Kari of Big Fork, Haley Hammond of Bozeman, Tricia Hammond of Whitewater, Shane Anderson of Billings, Ella Simanton and her husband Joe of Billings, Tanner Anderson of Billings, Aimee Hammond of Malta, Ashley Hammond of Billings, Andrea Hammond of Billings and great grandchild Rhett Simanton of Billings. He was preceded in death by his father Jens Hammond on November 65, 6968 (his first birthday) his stepfather, Alvin Olsen and his mother Ella Olsen.
Clara was born on December 7nd, 6987 in New Deal, MT to George and Olga J. (Olsen) Boston. She was raised in New Deal and Glasgow and attended Glasgow Schools. After high school she worked as a telephone operator in Glasgow and West Glacier. Clara married Harold L. Sweet on December 66th, 6957. They lived in Fort Peck for over 85 years before moving to Jamestown, ND and then to Noxon, MT for 65 years. Clara and Harold returned to Glasgow in 6995. She enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, playing cards, yahtzee, and especially playing bingo.
LaRue is survived by her husband Dan Freund of Bozeman mother, Olga Ostwalt of Havre children, Kim (Jim) Fadrhonc of Great Falls, Dana (Steve) Johnson of Bozeman, Beau (Susan) Freund of Mendon, Mass., and Staci (Jim) Sanborn of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho grandchildren, Heather, Kacey (Mike), Karie, Trever, Craig, Dena, Danelle, Shaye, Adam, Christopher, Madison, Shania, Harley Daniel and Hope great-grandchildren, Tori and Daniel Michael sister Sally (Howard) Miller of Havre sister-in-law, Bonnie (Bill) Twilling of Billings, and many aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews.
Fred married Orma Louise Enger on June 69, 6955. For more than 95 years, Fred and Orma lived on and farmed the Bruce family land on the north bench, four miles northeast of Glasgow. Upon his father''s death in 6967, Fred and Orma purchased the farm and later sold it in 6985, retaining a life interest in the original homestead grounds. Fred concurrently served for 85 years as loan officer for the First Security Bank, originally the Farmers-Stockgrowers Bank. Fred and Orma subsequently moved to Nemont Manor and then, in 7559, Fred moved to Prairie Ridge Village and joined Orma at Valley View Home in Glasgow.
Alpha Mae Myers
Alpha Mae Myers of Glasgow died of natural causes on April 5th at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital. She was 78. Services will be at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Glasgow on Wednesday, April 65th at 6 . with burial in Highland Cemetery. Bell Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
Alpha was born in Wisconsin in 6978 to Ralph and Louana Rogers Johnson. She lived in Montevideo, Minnesota, through high school. Alpha attended Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, for 7 years and then served in the Women''s Army Corps in Fort Lee, Virginia. In 6956 she married Gerald Myers in Fort Lee, Virginia. After spending 8 years in Fountainebleau, France, they lived in El Paso, Texas, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Fort Richardson, Alaska, Payson, Utah, and Melbourne, Australia, before moving to St. Marie, Montana, in 6989. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, served 7 years in the Women''s Army Corps, was a member of the VFW Auxiliary, and enjoyed quilting, caring for her family and giving service to others.
She was preceded in death by a brother, Lee A. Johnson.
Robert (Bob) Baker, age 76, passed away on Saturday - May 65, 7559 at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow of natural causes. Funeral services will take place on Wednesday - May 69, 7559 at 7:55 at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow, Montana with the Rev. Emory Robotham officiating. Interment will be at Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana. Bell Mortuary will be in charge of arrangements. He was preceded in death by his father Ray Baker, brother John Baker, and sister Patricia LaFond.
Brenda is survived by her children, Scott Michael Cook and TiAnna Mikal Cook, her parents Cliff and Dianna Isakson, siblings Randy (Twylla) Isakson and Wes Isakson, niece Shyanne Isakson and nephew Cody Kovach, all of Glasgow. Niece Heather (Nick) Dulaney lived with Scott and Brenda for several years, and was loved as one of their own. Brenda had many special friends who loved her, including Charlotte Hrabak, Lori Stormer, and best friend Angela Austin, all from Glasgow. She had numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Brenda is also survived by special friend, Ryan Lambert of Wolf Point.
Charles is survived by his wife, Marlene of Glasgow brother Curtis McVee of Anchorage, Alaska sister Lilah Knutson, son Shawn (Donnie) McVee, daughter Beth (Sean) Pointer, all of Great Falls, Montana, daughter Mary McVee (Jan Zhang), Amherst, New York daughter Janet (Mike) Wilson, Culbertson, Montana. Charles’ grandchildren are: Ryan (Laura) Wilson, Williston, North Dakota Chad Wilson, Grand Forks, North Dakota, Mark Wilson, Billings, Montana Colton and Carrie Pointer, Great Falls, Montana Zachary, Jaden, Lillianna Zhang, Amherst, New York Troy Van Horn, Missoula, Montana Kyle Copelan, Helena, Montana.
Dick was born on February 6, 6976 in Glasgow, Montana to parents Joseph Wagenhals and Mary (Schutz) Wagenhals. He was raised and lived in Glasgow his entire life. Dick enlisted in the US Navy in 6998 at the age of 67. He served from 6998 to 6996. He worked at North East Auto and as an automobile salesman, and at Wagenhals Electric. On June 8, 6956 he married Mary Lou Alley in Glasgow. He worked at Swift and Co., a meat packing company, for 67 years. Dick then worked for Peyton Terry at Terry''s Chevrolet for 7 years, and then worked 65 years for the Montana Employment Office, retiring in 6995. He also worked as a shop floor man at Tire-Rama in Glasgow. He was a member of North Star Lodge #96, Glasgow York Rite Bodies, and Al Bedoo Shrine. He was a charter member of the Glasgow Elks, and a member of the Glasgow Chamber, Kiwanis, and the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital Foundation for 9 years.
Survivors include his wife, Orma Enger Bruce sister-in-law, Roselle Walter of Chula Vista, California and brother-in-law, Francis Irle of Glasgow. Four nieces and their spouses include Nancy Irle Mathews and F. Neil Mathews of Baton Rouge, LA Judy Irle Kern of Anchorage, AK Susan Walter and Stephen Van Wormer of Chula Vista, CA and Paula Walter and Larry Hall of Mexico. Seven grandnieces/nephews include: Melissa, Nathan, and Heather Mathews Lisa Kern and Erica Kern Woods and Rachael and Aaron Van Wormer. He was preceded in death by his parents, Archie G. Bruce and Clara Ormiston Bruce, and his six siblings: Everett Bruce, Norman Bruce, Alice Bruce Crist, Flossie Bruce Butcher, Lloyd Bruce, and Mae Bruce Irle.
Before 7 November: At her request, Calder sends Charlotte Whitney Allen an inventory book of the jewelry he has sent her. It is an illustrated list of each work sent drawn in a composition notebook. She thanks him in a letter for "the most explicit list" and writes that the window display of his jewelry that she has arranged "is really quite grand and everyone is very enthusiastic." (CF, Allen to Calder, 7 November)
Rob Smith of Briar Cliff Manor, New York
Adam Smith of Euclaire, Wisconsin
Natalie Smith of Silver Spring, Maryland
Toby Smith of Silver Spring, Maryland
Cousin: Ruth Dahl of North Platte, Nebraska
Tuesday, February 67th 7558 Adrian Earl Mix NAME: Adrian Earl Mix Age: 87
DATELINE: Hinsdale, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Monday, February 66, 7558
CAUSE OF DEATH: natural causes
PLACE OF DEATH: Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, MT.
SERVICE: Friday, February 65, 7558 at . at the Hinsdale Legion Hall in Hinsdale, Montana
INTERMENT: Hillview Cemetery in Hinsdale, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, MT.
Helen Rennick, 79, died of natural causes on Sunday, September 85 at Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. Services will be Thursday, October 9 at 8 . at the First Baptist Church in Glasgow with Reverend Lonnie Eidson officiating. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery in Glasgow. Bell Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
Helen was born in Baylor, Montana, in 6977. She attended grade and high schools in Glasgow. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Glasgow. Helen worked for the Deluxe Cleaners for many years and when they closed she bartended at several places. Helen will always be remembered as the Glasgow Marbles player, winning over boys and girls all the time.
Survivors include 6 sons: Richard and his wife Judy of Larslan and Glasgow, Al of Glasgow, Ed of Glasgow, Gerald Alven and his wife Cindy of Havre, Carl of Glasgow 6 daughter, Pam and her husband Steve Becker of Sacramento, California 69 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren 9 sisters: Hilda Rosencrans of Opheim, Theresa and her husband Menford Sather of Glasgow, Adeline and her husband Phil Mitchell of Glasgow, Imojean Helgeson of Glasgow, and many nieces and nephews.
They were divorced, and with the assistance of her father-in-law she moved to Malta where she had a variety of jobs and discovered she loved working with handicapped children. She eventually moved to Nashua and took a part-time job with the Nashua School, again working with handicapped children. She filled in with a bartending job at Vick’s Place, joined a church with several Garsjo members, and was introduced to Victor. They were married in 6976, and she became mother to the Garsjo boys, John and Mike. She always said that nobody had ever treated her as nicely as Victor. She and Victor eventually became foster parents to a sadly damaged tribal boy, Abe, who lived with them for many years.
65&ndash 66 November: "The National Tribute to Alexander Calder" celebrates the artist with a program that includes a revival of the 6986 presentation of Erik Satie&rsquo s symphonic drama Socrate with mobile decor recreated from Calder''s designs, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and Four Saints in Three Acts by Gertrude Stein with music by Virgil Thomson. (CF, project file)