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Arthur R. St. Germaine Sr.
Sunday, December 14th 2014
NAME: Arthur R. St. Germaine Sr.
AGE: 88
DATELINE: Wolf Point, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: December 11, 2014
PLACE OF DEATH: Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point, Montana
CAUSE OF DEATH: Natural Causes
VIGIL SERVICE: Monday – December 15, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Wolf Point, Montana
SERVICE: Tuesday – December 16, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Wolf Point, Montana
INTERMENT: King Cemetery in Wolf Point, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT

Arthur Ray St. Germaine, Sr. (Tatanka Iyankahan) “Running Buffalo” died peacefully on December 11, 2014 in Wolf Point Montana at the age of 88. Arthur was born on May 13, 1926 in Wolf Point, Mt. to Frank and Theresa St. Germaine. He attended schools in Wolf Point. He enlisted into the United States Army Air Force on July 18, 1944. He received an honorable discharge July 19, 1946. He married Elizabeth Cantrell and to this union one child was born (Artis). He later met Donna Marie Beauchamp and from this union they had six children, Roger, Debra, Carolyn, Teresa, Paulette and Art Jr.

After moving to Glasgow, Mt. he worked for the railroad and briefly as a ranch hand. It was then he began working in the masonry construction business, working numerous construction projects such as Ft. Peck Dam, schools, churches, hospitals and government facilities throughout Montana. He retired from the construction business in 1989 as a business partner with his son Roger.

Art loved to jig dance, was an avid pool player. He loved watching rodeos and was a bronc rider himself in his younger days, as well as an amateur boxer. Art was an inspiration to his grandchildren as he encouraged them to put forth their best efforts in all their endeavors in life. Art enjoyed giving oral history to his many grandchildren about hard earned life lessons and what it takes to succeed in life. Art was well known by the locals as a fun loving flirtatious guy and will be greatly missed. There will never be another like Art.

Arthur is survived by his brother Albert (Sharon) St. Germaine of Custer South Dakota; children Artis (Gary) Robinson, Debra Hamilton, Teresa St. Germaine, all of Wolf Point, Mt. Paulette St. Germaine, Art (Veronica) St. Germaine, Jr., both of Billings. Mt. and numerous nieces, nephews, 24 grandchildren, 55 great grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his daughter Carolyn, son Roger St. Germaine, his mother Theresa, father Frank St. Germaine, his brothers Francis, Edward, Tom, Joseph, Ely, Ralph, Alfred, sisters Marion, Emma, Mary, Clara, and Josephine. Grandsons Mike Laudato, Gator Robinson, Dakota St. Germaine, Thomas St. Germaine. Maternal grandparents, Joseph and Angelique Renville. Paternal grandparents, Leonse and Anastasia St. Germaine.

Pallbearers are Bill Sugg, Dusty Black, Carl Wallette, Joe “Beezer” Low Dog, David St. Germaine, Kevin Azure, and Honorary Pallbearers are all his grandchildren.

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Alberta B. (Cowles) Gibson
Thursday, December 4th 2014
NAME: Alberta B. (Cowles) Gibson Age: 71
DATELINE: Wolf Point, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Tuesday, December 2, 2014
PLACE OF DEATH: at her home in Wolf Point, Montana
SERVICE: Monday, December 8, 2014, 1p.m. at the First Lutheran Church in Wolf Point, MT
INTERMENT: Mountview Cemetery in Billings, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, MT

Alberta B. Gibson
Alberta B. Gibson, 71, passed away on December 2, 2014 at her home in Wolf Point, MT.

She was born April 6, 1943 in Bismarck, ND to Floyd and Ruby Cowles. Alberta grew up with her two sisters Roberta and Wanda helping their folks work cattle, riding and enjoying the ranching life. She attended school in Wyola and graduated high school in Lodge Grass, MT.

She married Dale Gibson on June 10 of 1961 and two sons were born to this union, Shane and Shawn. Dale and Alberta were later divorced. She loved the outdoors, numerous hobbies including hunting, fishing, and horseback riding. She also attended many outdoor women workshops including canoeing, archery, rafting and outdoor survival classes. At age 69 after battling cancer for two years she bought a kayak and enjoyed kayaking on Fort Peck Lake.

She loved spending time with her grandchildren and all of their trips they took together. A favorite memory of all of theirs was a weekend they spent together at the lake, spending time at the cabin and paddle boating.

Alberta was preceded in death by her father Floyd and mother Ruby. She is survived by her two sisters Roberta Cowles of Billings and Wanda Steele (Champ) of Gillette, WY, her two sons Shane Gibson (Diann) of Wolf Point and Shawn Gibson (Wanda) of Kirby MT, grandchildren Jamie and Traci Gibson, Jaelyn Walters (Justin) and Lane Gibson, great grandchildren Emma and Newt Walters, and many nieces and nephews that were very dear to her.

Funeral services will be held Monday, December 8, at 1pm at the First Lutheran Church in Wolf Point, with a reception to follow at the church. Graveside services will be held in Billings, Tuesday, December 9, at the Mount View Cemetery at 1pm. A reception will follow at the Holiday Inn Convention center in Billings.

Bell Mortuary in Glasgow is in charge of the arrangements.
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Daniel L. Jensen
Thursday, December 4th 2014
NAME: Daniel L. Jensen Age: 83
DATELINE: Hinsdale, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Wednesday, December 3, 2014
PLACE OF DEATH: Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICE: Sunday, December 7, 2014, 1p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Hinsdale, MT
INTERMENT: Hillview Cemetery in Hinsdale, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, MT

Daniel L. Jensen
Daniel L. Jensen, age 83, passed away on Wednesday, December 3, 2014, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, MT.

Daniel was born on June 23, 1931, on the family farm near Grenora, North Dakota, to Jens C. and Selma (Thoeny) Jensen, the 10th of 11 children.

His mother died when he was 5 years old and he lived with various aunts and uncles, attending schools in Thoeny, MT, Grenora, ND, and Seattle, WA.

He began working at a very young age for a construction company and other jobs until returning to Hinsdale, MT, around 1949 to work for his brother Frank's earthmoving construction business.

He married Francine VandeWiele of Hinsdale on August 12, 1951, in Glasgow, MT, and they had four children while making their home Hinsdale: Dean (Terrie) of Glasgow; Paul (Dorothy) of Hinsdale; Carter (Kristi) of Flaxville; and Kristine (Tim) of Spokane, WA.

Daniel started his own construction business in 1969, which he operated until his retirement on December 3, 2014. He was very civic minded, serving •on the Lutheran Church Board; the local fire department, and the School Board from the beginning to end of the present Hinsdale School's construction.

He had a lifelong interest in flying, earning his Private Pilot License in 1976 and owning several airplanes. Daniel's passion for flying lasted his whole life. The Super Cub was special and remained his favorite mode of transportation.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his sisters Wilda (Bert) Osen, Ruth (Lester) Johnson; brothers Gene (Joy), Frank (Alma), Keith, Donald (Louella), West (Donna), Marlin, and Burri!.

He is survived by his brother Jack (Marilyn) of Malta, MT, wife Francine of Hinsdale, his 4 children, 27 grandchildren and great grandchildren, and numerous nephews and nieces.
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Darla Dee Broken Leg - Crow
Tuesday, December 2nd 2014
NAME: Darla Dee Broken Leg - Crow Age: 50
DATELINE: Brockton, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: November 29, 2014
PLACE OF DEATH: Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana
CAUSE OF DEATH: Natural Causes
VIGIL SERVICE: Friday, December 5, 2014, 7p.m. at the James Black Dog Cultural Center in
Fort Kipp, Montana
SERVICE: Saturday, December 6, 2014, 10a.m. at the James Black Dog Cultural Center in Fort
Kipp, Montana
INTERMENT: Fort Kipp Cemetery in Fort Kipp, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT

Darla Dee Broken Leg – Crow
Our beloved Darla Dee Broke Leg-Crow made her journey into the spirit world, to be with her heavenly father, on November 29, 2014.

Darla was born on September 25, 1964 in Poplar, Montana to George & Velma (Longhair) Broken Leg. She lived most her life in Brockton and Ft. Kipp. She graduated from Brockton High School in 1984 and attended college at U.T.T.C in Bismarck, North Dakota, graduating in 1990.

Darla worked in many areas of different fields, as a CNA in Poplar, a cook for Ft. Kipp Headstart, Housekeeping in Mobridge, South Dakota, and with the Guest Service Department at the Grand River Casino in Mobridge.

Darla loved to meet friends, go to Pow-Wows, basketball and softball games and just be around family and friends. She loved to visit, tease, joke, laugh, and listen to music. She had a personality that everyone loved to know and be around. Always willing to help anyone out and always there when someone needed someone to talk to. When she saw her friends she always greeted them with a smile and hug. She was loved by so many friends, to many to mention, who adopted her into the family as a Daughter, Sister, and Auntie.

In 2010 she married Curtis Crow in Mobridge, South Dakota and lived there until 2013 and moved back to Brockton. She loved her extended family. They welcomed her into their family and treated her with love, kindness, and respect.

She is survived by her husband Curtis Crow of Brockton, son Dominique Buckles of Fort Kipp, sister Debbie (Broken Leg) Uses Arrow, brother-in-law “My” Uses Arrow, both of Mobridge, and niece Ellyn Plain Bull of Fort Kipp, brother Eugene Longee of Poplar, aunts Della Thomas, Lydia Long Hair, Ceya Long Hair, Ida Bear, Priscilla Carpentar, Sissy Chopper, Dani Green, all of Fort Kipp, Shannon Loans Arrow of Bismarck, Audrey Ghost Dog of Wolf Point, and Arletta Black Dog of Brockton, uncles Lawrence Black Dog of Fort Kipp, Adrian (Pegg) Ireland of Williston, North Dakota, Sam (Victoria) Ireland of Cannon Ball, North Dakota, Charlie Green and Brian Black Dog of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, grandmother Loretta Bear Cub of Fort Kipp, cousins Lynette Long , Alice Long Hair, Nate Long Hair, Jeff Stump, John Turning Heart, Les Long Hair, Valerie Youpee, Natalie Long Hair, Allison Keeler, Jage Keeler, Duane Black Dog, Billy Black Dog, Robert Black Dog Jr., Cynthia Black Dog, Robby, Willy, and Ladonna Black Dog, LaVonne Black Dog, Donovan Red Boy Jr., Darren Red Boy, Donelle Parker, Donessa Red Boy, Lanny, Terry, Frenchia, Bog, and Dude Rattling Thunder, many nieces, nephews, and grandchildren to numerous to mention, and a special granddaughter “Princess”- Mishone St. Germain, who she dearly loved.

She was preceded in death by her parents George and Velma (Long Hair) Broken Leg, son William G. Broken Leg, brothers Myree and Ivy Broken Leg, grandparents Moses and Bernice Broken Leg, Johnson and Ursula Long Hair, uncles Nathaniel Long Hair Sr., Mike Thomas Sr., Jr. Frank Loans Arrow,, Robert Black Dog Sr., aunts Linda Rattling Thunder, Martha Black Dog, cousin Wesley Long Hair, and adopted sister Millie First.

Pallbearers are Ray Moore, Sr., Elston Yellow Earrings, Bruce Benson, My Uses Arrow, Les Long Hair, Baby Jon Long Hair, Barry Bighorn Sr., Dennis Four Bear, Sheldon Tree Top, Donovan Red Boy Jr., Chet Crow, Jage Keeler, Darwin Long Tree.

Honorary Pallbearers are Haylee Rough Surface, Jackie Benson, Olivia Tuske, Vida Craig, Jackie Bears Tail, Jody Wingate, Emmies Connor, Madonna Silk, Lori One Horn, John Red Bear, Ira Taken Alive, Roxanne Smith, Dodi Bernard, Londell Seaboy, Kate Youpee and sons, Lois Crow, Ethelene White Hawk, Kermit & Rosa Byod and family, Daniel McKay, Rodney and Marcel Isnana, Justin Marrow Bone, Duane Steele, David and Debbie Tiger and family, David Byod Sr. and family, Art and Izzy Smith, Vida Bears Tail and family, Spotted Bird family, Poplar Dialysis Unit, Miles Boxer, Dusitn Menz, and Verlyn Long Wolf and family.

I love you, “Sister”, you are my world. The day Our Heavenly Father took you, you became my “Angel”. No more pain, no more sorrows. Dance and sing and be happy. Rest In Peace “Sister”. We will all miss your laughter, sense of humor, and your beautiful smile. Love you.
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Genalgo (Gene) Charles Alsberg
Wednesday, November 26th 2014
Genalgo (Gene) Charles Alsberg

I passed from a wide assortment of ailments on Monday, November 24, 2014. My choice was not to have a funeral as those who knew me would understand.

My life began in Wishek, North Dakota born to Charles Frederick and Ella Alsberg (Reick), wonderful parents, on August 31, 1932. It was the Golden Era of "Children should be seen and not heard" and my sister Betty Clara (Jerry) Adams and brother John Gordon (Linda) Alsberg often joked about this. After graduation from Nashua Montana High (“Go Porcupines”) school in 1940, I took on several interesting employment opportunities including National Guards and United Building Center which took me from Nashua Montana to Plentywood Montana to Winona Minnesota and eventually starting my own Builders Supply in Billings Montana while residing in Laurel Montana.

I met my wife of 42 years Jacqueline (Hughes) while I was working in Glasgow, Montana getting married in a double wedding with Jacqueline’s older brother Bud (Geane) Hughes in 1951. What a wonderful ceremony. With the help of this lavish salary I raised four wonderful children Julie (Harley) Kleppen of Plentywood Montana, Charles (Robyn) of Neshkoro Wisconsin, Bryan (Melisa) of Atlanta Georgia, and Jeff (Simone) of Glasgow Montana. All successful and very close - my greatest accomplishment.

During my last few years I focused on my lifetime hobbies including auto restoration, fishing, hunting, gardening, traveling and simply having a wonderful yard at my cabin in Fort Peck, Montana. Unfortunately the last two years my health began to fail and I ended up for a short stay in Prairie Ridge (wonderful staff and people) to Nemont Manor and eventually to Valley View where I was very lucky to enjoy a top notch friendly staff and cared for by some of the finest doctors from Billings and Glasgow. A special recognition to the very caring nursing staff of Francis Mahon Hospital and Valley View. A tremendous thanks to all of you for making my life longer and my last days comfortable.

Again I enjoyed my life and want to thank some of those that made this possible. Topping the list is family and close survivors, the most important, my daughter Julie supported by her husband Harley who was with me to the end; my son Jeff & his caring wife Simone who always was there to tend to all my needs, and my sons Charles (Robyn) and Bryan (Melisa) who cared for me during my visits giving me tremendous support. Thanks again for always being there.

Surviving is my brother Gordon and his wife Linda of Kalispell Montana, deceased sister Betty and her husband Jerry of Augusta, Georgia. One mistake was not mending fences with my brother and sister for this I apologize. Surviving besides my four children are 8 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren living in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Montana, Washington, and California. I am so very proud of each and every one of you!

I was blessed almost every morning for the great meal and wonderful company at Nickel Bills. What a truly great start to my days especially during my many struggles.

I always tried to give new meaning to the word "friend". Trying my hardest to be friendly, courteous, and hope you took my sharp wit with a smile. Thanks to my many wonderful friends especially Jake of Havre. I don't know what I would have done, living alone my last years, without all of your company and enjoyment.

I've had a wonderful life and thank you to all who made it so.
Love, Gene
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Robert Milferd Rorvig
Tuesday, November 25th 2014

NAME: Robert Milferd Rorvig
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Saturday - November 22, 2014
PLACE OF DEATH: Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICE: Monday, December 1, 2014 at 1:00 P.M. at the
First Lutheran Church in Glasgow, Montana
INTERMENT: Nashua Cemetery in Nashua, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, MT

Robert Milferd Rorvig, age 100, of Glasgow died on November 22, 2014 at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow.

Robert was born in Minnesota on his grandparents farm on January 2, 1914 to Nels and Minnie Rorvig. He lived in the Litchville area of North Dakota until he was two years old when he and his family moved to a homestead about forty miles north of Frazer in Montana. They came by train with livestock and some household and farm machinery in November of 1916. Nels owned a threshing machine and had to finish threshing before they could move. It was a nice fall so they got some buildings built but it was a long cold winter. The family consisted of Oscar, 5, Robert, 2, and Martha 6 months. Robert had two more brothers, Gordon born in 1920 and Richard born in 1927.

Robert was raised on the farm and went to grade school at the local country school which was a mile and a half away and graduated in 1928. He and his sister Martha went to high school in Opheim and graduated in 1932. Robert started college in the fall of 1934 and graduated with a Degree in Agricultural Economics in 1939. He worked his way through college which was during the worst of the big depression. That fall he started working for the Montana Extension Service. Robert worked as an Assistant County Agent until he went into military service. He was discharged in 1946.

While he was working in Culbertson he met Eunice Shipstead who was teaching school there. They were married just after Pearl Harbor on December 20, 1941.

After his discharge from the Air Force he was County Extension Agent in Valley County for a year. In the spring of 1947 he started farming until he sold the farm to his sons Ronald and Glenn in 1974. While farming he served on many boards and committees. Among them were he taught Veterans for 4 years, County ASC Committee for 10 years, and School Board, etc.

After selling the farm Bob and Eunice did a lot of traveling, both in the United States and around the world. They owned a home in Mesa, Arizona and a house on Poverty Ridge at Fort Peck. They enjoyed the southern winters and the northern summers.

Robert is survived by his sons Ronald Rorvig and Glenn Rorvig, a sister Martha Halverson, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

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Dorothy Mae Billingsley
Friday, November 21st 2014
Dorothy Mae Billingsley

Dorothy Mae Billingsley, 86, passed away November 16, 2014 at the Billings Clinic after
spending her last few years at Eagle Cliff Manor, Billings, MT. The daughter of Ed and Hazel Kjelstrup was born in Williston, ND on December 27, 1927. She was united in marriage to Charles H Billingsley Jr. on December 22, 1946 at the Methodist Church in Glasgow. They lived and ranched in Glasgow their entire lives. She is survived by son Barry (Martha) Billingsley of Glasgow and daughter Crystal (Leo) Detling of Billings; grandchildren Christopher (Caroline) Billingsley of Livingston, Evan of Glasgow, Brenna (Wade) Sundby of Plentywood, Jori (Dustin) Rains of Lambert, Jake (Desarae) Detling of Billings; great grand-children Braydon (Sally) Rains of Sidney, Sid Rains of Billings, Kaylee and Keira Rains of Lambert, Karter and Kamron Detling of Billings; great-great granddaughter Jaelynn Rains of Sidney.

She is also survived by brother Kenneth Kjelstrup of Kalispell, MT and sister Marlene Avina of Auburn, WA.

Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, her in-laws, brother Garold (wife Elaine), twin sisters Lola and Viola and great grandson, Jayce Rains.

For many years Dorothy played bridge and bowled. She enjoyed working for the Valley County Fair office, was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary, and Valley County Cowbelles. She also volunteered many hours at the Deaconess Hospital Gift Shop.

Funeral services will be held Monday, November 24, 2014 at 11a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Glasgow. Bell Mortuary assisting with services. Interment following service at Highland Cemetery. Special thank you to Eagle Cliff Manor and staff.

We will miss you and LOVE you always Mom.

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