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Marlene Rose Blanchard-Sensiba
Tuesday, March 3rd 2015
Marlene Rose Blanchard-Sensiba, age 77, passed away at her home in Glasgow on February 25, 2015.

Marlene was born and raised in Glasgow where she grew up on the family dairy farm. The Riverview Dairy Farm was owned by her parents, Willis and Rose Blanchard. The Blanchard’s provided milk to Valley County.

She was the oldest daughter of the four children. In 1951 she completed the 8th grade and graduated from St. Raphael’s Catholic Church; she graduated from Glasgow High School; and in 1955 she earned her certificate in speed writing from Parks School of Business in Denver, Colorado. She returned to Glasgow and married Bill Sensiba on August 1, 1960 in Miles City, Montana by the Justice of the Peace.

Marlene worked at Sam’s Supper Club for 30 plus years. She was known for her waitressing skills and often the patrons requested her to be their waitress.

She was also known for her huge garden. She enjoyed sharing her vegetables with her friends and family. She loved to cook and have family gatherings at the farm. Her other hobbies included dancing, playing cards, embroidering, fishing, canning, and crossword puzzles.

She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She spent most of her time with her companion Donald Kinzell traveling back and forth between Glasgow and Grandville, North Dakota taking care of their gardens and fishing together.

She is survived by a sister, Savola Blanchard of Billings; she is survived by her four children: Ross (Val) Sensiba of Devils Lake, North Dakota, David (Laura) Sensiba of Aurora, Colorado, Gary Sensiba of Denver, Colorado, and Mary (Dan) Humbert of Glasgow. She is survived by grandchildren Kyle C. Humbert, Heather (Nick) Dulaney, and Bryant and Shane Sensiba. Marlene is survived by great grandchildren Kimber and Trevor Dulaney as well as cousins, and local nieces Doreena Blanchard and Georgie Kulczyk.

Marlene is preceded in death by her parents Willis and Rose Blanchard, her sister Sandra Mercil, her brother Myron Blanchard, and several aunts and uncles.

Cremation has taken place and a funeral service will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Raphael’s Catholic Church in Glasgow. A luncheon will follow at the St. Raphael Parish Center.

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Gordon J. Brown
Monday, March 2nd 2015
NAME: Gordon J. Brown

AGE: 92

DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana

DATE OF DEATH: Friday – February 27, 2015

PLACE OF DEATH: at his home in Glasgow, Montana

CAUSE OF DEATH: Natural Causes

SERVICE: Friday – March 6, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. at the First Baptist Church in Glasgow, Montana

INTERMENT: Private burial at a later date

Gordon J. Brown, age 92, passed away on Friday, February 27, 2015 at his home in Glasgow, Montana.

Gordon was born on July 29, 1922 in Hinsdale, Montana, the son of Howard and Clara Brown. He graduated from Glasgow High School in 1942. Following high school he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served for 3 years during World War II in North Africa and the European Theatre. He served at D-Day (2nd Day) and in the Ardennes and Rhineland arriving in Berlin in April, 1945.

After the war he worked as a carpenter / general contractor from 1946 to the time of his death. Gordon was considered a Master Craftsman who worked on hundreds of homes and businesses in the area.

Gordon married Edna Aitken on July 14, 1946 at the Methodist Church in Glasgow. They have lived their entire lives in Glasgow. He was a life-long member of the VFW, a committed husband and father of four sons. In his work he was well known for his work ethic and honesty. His favorite motto was “Be reasonable, do it my way”.

He is survived by his wife Edna Brown of Glasgow, four sons; Harvy Brown of Billings, Montana, Gerald (Linda) Brown of Denver, Colorado, Ron Brown of Missoula, Montana, and Mike Brown of Glasgow, 5 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren.

Gordon was preceded in death by sisters June Castleberry Coleman and Dot Morrison and brothers Warren Brown and Myron Brown.

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James L. Buckles Sr.
Thursday, February 26th 2015
NAME: James L. Buckles Sr. Age: 77
DATELINE: Poplar, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Tuesday, February 24, 2015
PLACE OF DEATH: Poplar Community Hospital in Glasgow, Montana
VIGIL SERVICE: Sunday, March 1, 2015, 7p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Poplar, MT
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Monday, March 2, 2015, 10a.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic
Church in Poplar, Montana
INTERMENT: Greenwood Cemetery in Wolf Point, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, MT

James L. Buckles Sr.
James “Jim” Lynus Buckles passed away surrounded by family on February 24, 2015 at the Northeast Montana Health Services in Poplar, MT. Jim was born to Lorena Brown and Fred Buckles Sr. on November 6, 1937 as the oldest son of six boys. He was raised in the Oswego area spending time at both his parents’ house and his maternal grandparents Agnes Lucky and Jim Brown. He grew up primarily attending Frazer Schools until he transferred to Wolf Point his junior year to play with the undefeated Wolf Point Wolves Football Team of 1954.

Jim was the trailblazer in his family to begin a legacy of Buckles service men. He joined the Air Force towards the end of his senior year and proudly served for four years with all of his brothers following thereafter. From his military experience and teachings from his parents and grandparents, Jim grounded himself in the principles of which he lived his life; hard work, family, honesty and humility. Upon returning home from the military Jim began a family in which he raised six children who he was extremely proud of; “Sonny”, Barry, Sissy, Kevin, Pat and Pam. He enjoyed teaching his children the importance of a strong work ethic, sharing his favorite past times and watching them participate in various athletic activities.

Jim was a perfectionist who believed in an orderly home, nice yard, and doing things right the first time. He enjoyed watching and analyzing sports and he especially enjoyed keeping current on news. He was a quiet man but was always up for a good political argument. Later on in his retirement life he enjoyed helping his wife Monica at the American Legion Supper Club and hosting barbecues for friends and family at his home. He also enjoyed the opportunity to watch his family grow with numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.

To sum up the life of a man that means so much to his family is difficult. We are thankful for the life and lessons he shared, the example he led, and the guidance he provided. His presence will be missed by not only his family but by countless friends and people who took him in as their dad and grandpa over their years.

Jim was preceded in death by his parents Lorena and Fred Buckles Sr.; Sister Roberta Buckles, Brothers Thomas Buckles, Duane Buckles and Ronald Buckles Sr.; Adopted Sister- Mavis Failing; Stepson Ed Adams; Nephew Ronald Buckles Jr.; paternal grandparents Tom Buckles and Julia Lone Warrior; Maternal Grandparents Agnes and Jim Brown; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins.

He is survived by his wife Monica Buckles; Children James “Sonny” Buckles Jr., Barry (Lucy) Buckles, Agnes “Sissy” (Butch) Little, Kevin (Deanna) Buckles, Patrick Buckles, and Pamela Medina Buckles; Stepson Todd (Julie) Adams; Brothers Fred (Olivia) Buckles and Bobby Dean (Mary) Buckles; Aunties Pearl Hopkins, Gloria Chopper and Louise Ell; Grandchildren Jovaughn White Hawk, Troy Adams, Adriann (Griffin) Ricker, T.J. (Esther) Buckles, Calvin Lester Jr., Desiree Buckles, Freddy (Paige) Lester, Kaileen O’Brien, Amanda Buckles, Michael (Tina) Medina, Patrick Little, Mariah Medina, Patrick Buckles, Agnes Little, Kassie Buckles and Randy Buckles; 9 great-grandchildren; and numerous extended family. We apologize to all those not mentioned.

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Phyllis Irene Campbell
Tuesday, February 24th 2015
NAME: Phyllis Irene Campbell Age: 92
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Sunday, February 22, 2015
PLACE OF DEATH: Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICE: Friday, February 27, 2015, 11a.m. at First Lutheran Church in Glasgow, Montana
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, MT

Phyllis Irene (Fuhrman) Campbell
Phyllis Irene (Fuhrman) Campbell, age 92, passed away on Sunday, February 22, 2015 at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital.

Phyllis was born to Peter K. and Pauline (Miller) Fuhrman at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital on October 8, 1922. She was raised in the Fuhrman Community on the family farm and attended the Fuhrman Country School. She completed the 8th grade there and attended high school in Glasgow. After graduation she attended beauty school in Great Falls. Phyllis worked for a while in Glasgow and then went to work at the Glasgow Hotel for P.J. Campbell.

Phyllis married Paul J. Campbell at the Baker home on the north side on the 7th of October, 1944. They made their home in one the Glasgow Hotel apartments. Later they built the Campbell Lodge. They bought a home on Flathead Lake south of Bigfork where they lived until Paul passed away.

While in Glasgow she belonged to many bridge clubs. She was a charter member of the Soroptomist Club. In fact it was started in her home in the Hotel. Three of her friends came from Great Falls to help start the club.

She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Supporting mailing boxes to our troops overseas was a passion she had in her later years.

Her hobbies were playing bridge, needle work, crocheting lap robes, crossword puzzles, and some painting.

Phyllis belonged to the Glasgow Lutheran Church. She loved attending bible studies. She was baptized at the Immanuel Baptist Church in Havre while living there. She moved back to Glasgow and lived at Nemont Manor and was one of the first residents of Prairie Ridge Village where she lived until her death.

Survivors include two sisters; Ruth Gilbertson of Glasgow and Barbara Bales (Barry) of Scottsdale, Arizona. Preceding her in death were her husband Paul, her parents, 6 brothers; Walter, Clarence, Melvin, Earl, Jim and Ken, and a sister Lenore Alden.

Also surviving are many nieces and nephews, great nieces and great nephews, great great nieces and great great nephews, great great great nieces and great great great nephews, and by two step-grandsons, Mike (Penny) Morrisey and daughter Erin and Daniel Rafferty of Washington state.
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Floyd L. "Shorty" Doke
Tuesday, February 24th 2015
Floyd L. “Shorty” Doke
Floyd L. “Shorty” Doke peacefully passed away at home from natural causes on Sunday, February 22, 2015. Funeral services will be held at 11a.m. on Thursday, February 26, at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow. A luncheon will follow at the VFW.

He was born in Glasgow on Oct. 10 1944, as the fourth child to Elmer Floyd and Mary (Pointer) Doke. He grew up on the family farm west of Glasgow and graduated from Glasgow High School in 1963. After graduating, he left Glasgow to work for his brother-in-law as a crane oiler on the Minute Man missiles in North Dakota and western Montana. He then went on to Columbia Falls to work construction on the aluminum plant there. From Columbia Falls, he traveled to Libby to work construction on the dam. After he left Libby, he continued his work in construction on the Rexford Bridge in Eureka. In the early 1970s, he returned to Glasgow where he began working at the water treatment plant at the Glasgow Air Base. Soon after, he began his career at the Valley County Road Department, where he spent many happy years doing work he loved. One of his favorite pastimes was operating “his” blade and he had no interest in ever retiring. He always said he had a “retirement job.”

In 1977, he met the love of his life, Laurie Hoyt, and they married soon after on May 27, 1978. They were excited to start a family and had their first child, Tanya, in 1979. In March of 1981, they had a son, Travis, and in January of 1983, they had their third child, Alicia.

He very much enjoyed being a father and his children were the center of his life. He loved the time he spent volunteering as a coach and a Scout leader. If one of his kids was participating in an event or game, he was in the stands cheering them on. Later in life, he was always ready to jump in the car for a family trip to Billings.

He was a life member of North Star Lodge No. 46, AF&AM, where he served as past Master, secretary/treasurer for many years and was currently the present Master; Scottish Rite of Free Masonry, SJ, in the Valley of Billings; Al Bedoo Shrine of Billings; and he was a Past Worthy Patron of the Order of Eastern Star. He also served on the Nemont Manor Board of Directors for many years.

He very much enjoyed being social, especially when he could talk and visit with friends and family for hours. He was an optimist, was generous, kind and sharing. His good spirit was contagious. He was dearly loved and will be missed by all those whose lives he touched.

He was preceded in death by his parents, E. Floyd and Mary Doke; his older brother, Pleas Alan Doke; and one niece, Mary Rae Sherwood.

Survivors include his wife, Laurie; three children, Tanya and her husband, Benjy, of Billings; Travis and his wife, Jessica, of Billings, and Alicia of Glasgow; three siblings, Clifford Doke and his wife, Deb, of Manassas, Va., Doris Sherwood and her husband, John “Bud,” of Spokane, Wash., and Loretta Doke of Glasgow; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, the family invites you to donate to the charity of your choice in honor of Shorty. Bell Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
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Rodney Gerald Kelm
Monday, February 23rd 2015
NAME: Rodney Gerald Kelm Age: 62
DATELINE: Fort Peck, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Saturday, February 21, 2015
PLACE OF DEATH: Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana
SERVICE: Tuesday, February 24, 2015, 1p.m. at the Fort Peck Community Church in Fort
Peck, Montana
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, MT

Rodney Gerald Kelm
Rodney Gerald Kelm, age 62, passed away on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at the Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana.

Rod was born to Eno and Betty (Quam) Kelm on December 1, 1952 in Williston, North Dakota. He grew up in Plentywood until 1964 when the family moved to Forsyth. Rod lived in Forsyth with his parents and 2 brothers, Cory and Tim, until he finished school. He then enlisted in the U.S. Army. After an honorable discharge, Rod returned to Forsyth where he began his railroad career and met Patty Cellmer, the love of his life. They raised two children, Sheri and Dustin and were an important part of their grandchildren’s lives.

When Rod met Patty he had a beautiful daughter Keri from Debbie Kelm. Next came Dustin, a huge surprise. Dustin is the pride of their lives, truly loved by his folks. Their grandchildren Justin, Bryson, and Ava were very well taken care of by their grandparents. His brother Cory spent the last days together. What a gift!

Rodney enjoyed life to the fullest. The water at Fort Peck Lake brought us all together. Fishing, skiing, camping, being with all our family.

The whole family, because Patty came with a big package that loved to spend time together. Another set of folks, Jarel and Leona Cellmer. His new sisters; Shirley, Diane, Monica, brother Randy, and of course the rest of the gang whom loved him like a brother. God only knows the “Good Times” we shared.

He was preceded in death by his wife Patty in 2013, a brother Tim Kelm and his mother Betty Kelm.

Survivors include his son Dustin Kelm of Glasgow, his daughter Sheri Lynn Kelm of Fort Peck, Montana, three grandchildren, a brother Cory (Cindy) Kelm of Nampa, Idaho and his father Eno Kelm of Apache Junction, Arizona.
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James "Bus" DeDobbeleer
Monday, February 23rd 2015
NAME: James “Bus” DeDobbeleer AGE: 83
DATELINE: Fort Peck, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Friday, February 20, 2015
PLACE OF DEATH: Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana
SERVICE: Private family services are scheduled.
INTERMENT: Fort Peck Cemetery in Fort Peck, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT
James “Bus” DeDobbeleer
James “Bus” DeDobbeleer, age 83, passed away on Friday, February 20, 2015 at the Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana.

James was born on December 3, 1931 in Toppenish, Washington to Roy and Helen (Czyzeski) DeDobbeleer. He moved with his family to Glasgow in 1932 and graduated from Glasgow High School in 1949.

Bus was in the Navy for 4 years. Bus and Linnell Dolson were married in Hawaii on January 18, 1958. He worked for the Fort Peck Corp of Engineers for 25 years. Bus farmed for 57 years. He was an honest, hardworking, caring man. Bus could fix anything and if a part could not be found, he would invent it.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy and Helen and his sister Dee.

He is survived by his wife Linnell of Fort Peck, daughters Lani DeDobbeleer of Glasgow, Marcy (Joe) Moriarty of Bozeman, and Sherri (Wes) Nielsen of Great Falls, grandsons Bryan (Lanna) Schoenfelder of Lewistown, Kyle, Tyler and Collin Moriarty, granddaughter Ashlee Nielsen of Great Falls, great grandsons James and Carter Schoenfelder, brothers Don (Marla Jan) DeDobbeleer of Glasgow and Barry DeDobbeleer of Seattle.

At his request a private family service will be held.
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Florence Daley Cecil
Thursday, February 19th 2015
Florence Daley Cecil, a Valley County native, passed away in Richland, WA on November 7, 2014, surrounded by family. She was born to Rose and John Daley on September 9, 1932 on the family homestead north of Nashua in the Spring Valley community. She was delivered by her Aunt Amelia Nelson, and was the youngest of nine Daley children, Leonard, Lester, Glen, Norman, Earl, Doris, Violet, and Floyd. Upon the death of her father, she and her mother moved to Glasgow. Later Albert Brouhard became her step-father when he married Rose. Florence spent much of her adult life in eastern Washington, marrying Kennard Rasmussen and later Dick Cecil. From these unions she was blessed with three children, Terri Rose, Tanna June and Micky Ross. She spent much of her working years in the restaurant/supper club business and later in life, spent many years in the lab of a local potato chip company. Her pastimes were tending her flowers, sitting on her deck, listening to her wind chimes and watching birds at her feeders. She adored her children and grandchildren, and loved attending their activities. She lovingly took her special flowers to her granddaughter's grave, whose life was tragically taken as a teenager. Florence was an avid Seattle Seahawks fan, sporting and collecting Seahawks memorabilia right up until her death. She lived for the last year at Hearthstone in Moses Lake and then with her daughter Tanna. She was preceded in death by her parents, all siblings except for Floyd, who passed three months later, and her precious granddaughter Jade. She is lovingly survived by her daughter Terri Moore of Benton City, WA and her sons, Chad and Tyler (Shari); her daughter Tanna (Rob) Gerds of Benton City, WA and their children Tim and Candy; her son Micky Cecil (Shannon) of Moses Lake, WA and their daughter Kali; great-grandchildren Karlee, Tanner, Braxton, Omar and Kane; and numerous nieces and nephews, several locally.
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Mary Houle Dunning
Tuesday, February 17th 2015
Mary Houle Dunning
Mary Houle Dunning, age 77, passed away on Monday, February 16, 2015 at her home in Nashua, Montana.

Mary was born May 17, 1937 in Belcourt, North Dakota, the daughter of Joseph and Delia (L’Esperance) Houle. She attended schools in Belcourt, graduating from Belcourt High School. Mary then attended and graduated from Minot State earning her teaching degree. She taught in Portland before moving to Nashua where she taught for over 30 years, teaching 3rd and 4th Grade and 7th Grade English.

Mary married Dale Dunning on April 3, 1969 in Nashua. She loved to garden and enjoyed walking and spending time with her grandchildren. She also enjoyed reading, writing, and hunting.

She was preceded in death by her husband Dale Dunning in 2005 and her son Joseph Dunning in 1986.

Survivors include her daughters Bonnie Dunning (Justin Wooley) of Nashua and Joyce Dunning (Stan) of Absarokee, Montana, step-daughters Diana Skolrud (Rocky Zimdars) of Glasgow and Janet Peak of Great Falls, grandchildren Joseph Dunning, Dylan Dunning, Jaxson Wooley and Jeremiah Wooley, all of Nashua, and a sister Bernice Robbins (Jim) of Belcourt, North Dakota.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held later in the spring, interment will be in the Nashua Cemetery.

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Gary A. Schlieve
Saturday, February 14th 2015
MALTA- Gary A. Schlieve age 71 Passed away February 12, 2015 after a courageous battle with cancer at the Phillips County Hospital with his family at his side.

At his request, Graveside services will be held February 17, 10:A.M. at the Malta Cemetery, with military honors and interment of his ashes. Condolences for the family may be left at [L}http://www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com[EL]

Gary was born in Malta, in 1944; the son of Arthur and Julia Etta Schlieve. He was one of seven siblings; Arthur Jr, Frances, Robert, Shirley, Ruby and Lorraine. He graduated from Malta High School in 1962. In 1962 he enlisted the United States Air Force and served in Germany. Upon return home he then served in the Montana Army National Guard retiring in 1995. He served as a Volunteer Fireman while living in Glasgow, until 1994. He retired from BNSF Railroad in 2009 where he was a track inspector. A member of Elim Lutheran Church and served on the Trustee Board, He was ground keeper for the church and willing to help with anything needed. He also worked part time at Westside until his illness.

Gary married his sweetheart Erna Retan June 10,1995. They made their home in Malta, enjoying John growing up, marrying and the gift of two grandchildren. Gary loved fishing, Hunting and his wonderful garden and barbeques that he shared with everyone.

Gary is survived by his loving wife Erna, son John & Danielle Retan; grandchildren Landon and Ali Retan; brother Robert (Gloria) Schlieve, Yuma , Az; sister Lorraine (Tom) Watson; sister-in-law Eden Looten; brother-in-law Al Kroll .Many loved and cherished nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Arthur and J Etta Schlieve; brother Arthur Jr. Schlieve; sisters, Frances Larson, Shirley Kirkham, and Ruby Kroll.

He will be remembered as being generous, kind and caring. He was always the first to volunteer for Veterans Services. He will be dearly missed by his family and many friends.

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Beverly B. Olsen
Monday, February 9th 2015
Beverly B. Olsen
Beverly Olsen was born December 9th, 1934 in Fort Peck, Montana to parents William and Carrie (Jensen) Elfring. She was the youngest of nine children. Beverly passed February 6, 2015, at 80 years of age at the Valley View Nursing Home.

George and Beverly Olsen were united in marriage at the First Lutheran Church on November 1, 1952 in Glasgow, Montana. They resided on the family farm west of Glasgow, where they raised their four children. George passed October 26, 1985. Beverly continued to live and work on the farm until moving to Prairie Ridge in the Spring of 2011.

Beverly was known for her quilting, sewing, and gardening talents. As an accomplished gardener, the yields of her gardens and sewing projects were regular entrants and blue ribbon winners at the Valley County Fair.

Cherished friendships were made throughout the years, especially with those of fellow vendors at the local Farmer's Market and with residents and staff at Prairie Ridge.

Beverly is survived by four children, Darcy (Keith) Doke of Blaine, Minnesota, Robert (Linda) of Glasgow, Montana, John (Tracy) of Miles City, Montana, and Carrie (DuWayne) Wilson of Scobey, Montana, brothers Herbert Elfring of Jackson, Michigan, Robert Elfring of Glasgow, Montana, sister Connie Potepan of Cantonsville, Maryland, twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.

Preceding Beverly in death were her beloved husband George, parents, William and Carrie Elfring, sisters, Carnellia Elfring, Elenora Elfring, Lillian Voelsch, and brothers Bud Elfring and Carl Elfring.

A Memorial services will be held Thursday, February 12th, 11:00 AM, at the First Lutheran Church, Glasgow Montana.
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G. Ross Robinson
Wednesday, February 4th 2015
BILLINGS/SACO- G. Ross Robinson, 83, an Air Force Veteran and retired rancher, died February 2, 2015 in a Billings hospital.

Memorial services will be 2:00 P.M. Saturday, February 7, at the Saco Methodist Church. Interment of his cremated remains will be in the Grandview Cemetery with Military Honors. Memorials can be made to the Phillips County Historical Society for the H. G. Robinson House (his grandparents home.) Condolences for the family may be left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com.

Ross was born November 6, 1931 in Saco, the son of George G. and Ada (Korman) Robinson. Ross graduated from Saco High School in 1949 and continued his education at MSU in Bozeman where he obtained a bachelors’ degree in Agriculture of Science in 1953 (Go Bobcats); and Married June Coton. Two sons Craig & Mike were born to this union. After graduation he was commissioned as a 2nd Lt. in the USAF. He trained in Georgia and Texas later was assigned to Malstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls; after serving 3 years he then returned to the Rockin R Ranch where he remained until he retired. He always took great pride in the cows he raised.

Later in life he married Doris and became part of her family. They spent a lot of time traveling and heading south to Arizona where they spent many winters. Doris and Ross spent 2 years travelling full time by RV before settling in Billings. Ross had many friends and family who he loved visiting with, over the phone or in person. He served on many boards including church, school, Saco Dehy, BLM Advisory, MSGA director and share holder at the First Security Bank.

He is preceded in death by his wife June, parents George and Ada Robinson; & half brother Don Vaupel of Havre. He is survived by his wife Doris of Billings; sons, Craig of Saco and Mike of Billings; Step daughters Sherri Peigneux of Billings, Debbie Schaff of Fishtail, Step son Larry Mavencamp and grandchildren and great grand children.

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