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Monday, June 20th 2022

Hilda Elaine Rosencrans

Hilda Elaine Rosencrans, 100, of Glasgow, Montana passed away at Valley View Home on Monday June 13, 2022.

Hilda was born to Kon and Emma Fuhrman on April 2, 1922 in Glasgow, Montana. She attended grade school at the Fuhrman School and graduated from Glasgow in 1940.

In 1945, she married Carl Swenson. To this union were born three children: Karleen, Randy and Janet. They lived on their farm Northeast of Larslan for thirteen happy years until Carl’s passing. Later she married George Rosencrans and together they had a son, Hal “Gus” Rosencrans.

Hilda spent many of her working years bartending in Nashua, Glasgow, Circle and Opheim. She purchased the Mint Bar in Opheim from Clarence and Maggie Anderson and ran it until 1985. Throughout those years, she made many acquaintances and lifelong friends.

She was a hard worker and spent countless hours canning, butchering chickens, baking and gardening, just to name a few. Some of her favorite past-times were embroidering, playing cards, crossword puzzles and fishing and in her later years she looked forward to Bingo nights at Nemont Manor where she resided for the last 19 years.

Preceding her in death are her husband, Carl Swenson; sisters, Theresa Sather, Helen Rennick and Imojean Helgeson; sons-in-law, Carl Nelson and Clancy Ibach; grandsons, Clint Nelson and Ryan Nelson and George Rosencrans.

Survivors include her daughters, Karleen (Roger) Keeman of Billings, Montana and Janet Ibach of Lockwood, Montana; sons Randy (Wanda) of Grenora, North Dakota and Hal “Gus” (Kelly) Rosencrans of Glentana; eleven grandchildren; thirty great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; sister, Adeline Mitchell of Glasgow, Montana; along with numerous nieces and nephews.

We will love and remember you always, Granny Gum!

Services will be held on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. at the Assembly of God Church in Glasgow, Montana with Pastor Tom Fauth officiating. A reception at the church will follow the services. Condolences may be left for the family at bellmortuarymontana.com.

Saturday, June 18th 2022

Richard Eugene Olson

Richard Eugene Olson passed away on June 13, 2022 at his home in Richland, Montana. Richard was born April 4, 1960 to Albert and Joann Olson in Amery, Wisconsin.

While working on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, he met the love of his life, Lita Brackee. They were married in a little white church in Wisconsin on November 26, 1988. To this union, they were blessed with four children. In 1992, the family moved back to Montana.

His life revolved around his family, hunting, fishing, four wheeling, training his hunting dogs, his yard, garden and plants. He would not let anyone mow because it was never good enough. He was always keeping busy and was happiest when a worm was in the water. He truly enjoyed his time spent with his grandchildren sharing his many hobbies and knowledge with them. He loved them all very much and never had one favorite, he treated them all the same. He never met a stranger as he had a gift of gab and could easily make new friends.

He was currently employed at Daniels Memorial Hospital in Scobey, Montana, a job he loved very much. Throughout his life, he enjoyed his various jobs which included ranching, dairy farming and mining. He made many lifelong friends that had turned more into family during these years.

Richard is survived by his wife Lita Olson; sons Ricci (Carla), Chantz (Kortney) and Chase (Sam); daughter Andrea (Mike) Sattler; thirteen grandkids and one baking in the oven; four brothers; one sister; numerous nieces and nephews and his two dogs, EJ and Scooter.

He is preceded in death by his parents and his in-laws, Delroy and Annabelle Brackee.

Richard will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. We will cherish all the memories and keep the family traditions going, which meant so much to him.

A celebration of his life will be 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, Montana with Pastor Scott Kiehn officiating. Condolences may be left for the family at bellmortuarymontana.com.

Saturday, June 18th 2022

Andrew "Andy" G. Anderson

A Celebration of Life for Andrew "Andy" G. Anderson of Glasgow, Montana that passed away March 3, 2022 in Billings, Montana will be held 3:00 p.m.,June 25, 2022 at the Glasgow Elks Lodge. Condolences for the family may be left at bellmortuaryglasgow.com.

Monday, June 13th 2022

Russell Mattfeldt

Celebration of life for Russell Mattfeldt on Monday June 20,2022.Come gather with family and friends to share stories, memories, to laugh, to cry and remember someone who will be greatly missed, bring your chair and choice of beverage. Monday June 20,2022 at 11 am in Malta, Montana at Trafton Park. In case of bad weather, we will gather at Stretch's Pizza 140 S 1st St E, Malta.

Monday, June 13th 2022

Kenneth “Ken” Allen James

Kenneth “Ken” Allen James of Billings, MT peacefully passed on June 2, 2022 at the age of 77 after an 11-year battle with cancer.

Ken was born in Tacoma, WA to Harold and Christine James on October 19, 1944. A distant member of the Colville Indian Tribe in WA, he enjoyed a delightful childhood, in which he spoke of often. Following graduation from Mount Tahoma HS, Ken enlisted in the Air Force; serving at Glasgow Air Force Base, Glasgow, MT, Minot Air Force Base, Monot, ND, & Vandenberg Air Force Base, Lompoc, CA, he also flew missions during the Vietnam War.

In 1967, while in the Air Force, Ken married Rhonda Roness of Glasgow, MT. Two children were born of this marriage: Kevin James and Shawna (James) Talles.

After the service and returning to Glasgow, MT, he met and married Consuela (Connie) Quintus in 1978. Two children were born of this marriage: Eric James and Kristen (James) Sanders.

Ken worked in the construction industry as an electrician. He dedicated over 30 years to the Army Corps of Engineers Power Plant at Fort Peck, MT and retired in 2006. He was proud of his work and often spoke of his time there.

He will be fondly remembered for his joy in freely sharing in his talents, especially with youth. As a pilot, Ken shared his love of flying as part to the EAA Young Eagles program. He also enjoyed being a Boy Scout Leader and Swim Team coach, assisting each child to achieve their best.

Ken is survived by his wife Connie, and sister Elaine (James) Zenobio; his children Kevin (Amanda) James, Shawna (Bob) Talles, Eric (Kathrina) James, and Kristen (Dustin) Sanders; grandchildren Madison & Wyatt Bunk and Nola & Ash James; Jessica Talles; Issac and June James; Austin, Tristen, and Anisten Sanders. He was preceded in death by his parents Harold and Christine James and his Brothers-in-law, Joe Zenobio and Gary Quintus.

IN lieu of flowers please donate to the Roberts Run Project in Hamilton, MT or the EAA Young Eagles Project.

Monday, June 13th 2022

Eldora June Skolrud

On June 5, 2022, Eldora June Skolrud, 86, passed away peacefully with family by her side at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow.

She was born on July 22, 1935 in New Deal, Montana to Arthur and Esther (Olson) Zeiger. She was the second oldest of 9 children. She attended all her school years at Nashua School and participated in Twirling. She graduated in 1953.

On November 7, 1954, she married Donald Skolrud. In their 67 years of marriage, they raised 3 boys; Lee, Terry and Kris and 2 girls; Diane and Donna. She worked at the Nashua School for several years as a teacher’s aide and librarian. She then took the wonderful job of daycare babysitter. She became a wonderful caregiver of so many children for so many years. Her house was always filled with children. During her early years, she enjoyed sewing western shirts and baby blankets. If you were lucky enough to get a western shirt made by Eldora, you knew it would last a lifetime and generations to come. She also made a baby blanket for every one of her grandkids when they were born. She also enjoyed baking and or eating cookies, reading books, being with family, and teaching anyone how to cook, bake, and sew. She also has a very impressive collection of souvenir spoons that her kids, grandkids, and friends have helped her collect. All the spoons are now kept in a collectors’ case that her crafty husband built for her. She also never forgot to send a birthday card or anniversary card to her family members. She was a member of the Legion Auxiliary and Our Redeemer Lutheran Church for several years.

She is survived by her husband Donald Skolrud; children, Terry (Lisa) Skolrud, Kris (Muff) Skolrud, and Donna Skolrud; grandkids, Jason (Angela) Skolrud, Tyler (Amanda) Skolrud, Kayla (Jeffery) Rorvik, Cody Skolrud, Ryan (Megan) Skolrud, Catlin (Tori) Skolrud, and Ethan (Stefanie) Skolrud; 18 great-grandkids, and numerous nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her Parents Arthur and Esther Zeiger; son Lee Skolrud; daughter Diane Skolrud; siblings- Janice Wright, Shirley Standing, Donnie Zeiger, Ronnie Zeiger, Carol Farrar and Myrna Erickson.

A private family service for Eldora is planned.

Monday, June 13th 2022

Beverly Wetzel

A graveside service for Beverly Wetzel, 91, formerly of Glasgow Montana, who passed away October 11, 2021 will be held 2:00 p.m., Saturday, June 18, 2022 at Highland Cemetery with Pastor Scot Kiehn officiating.

Monday, June 13th 2022

Melvin C. Larsen

A memorial service for Melvin C. Larsen, 98, formerly of Glasgow, who passed away August 11, 2021 in Owensboro, Kentucky, will be held 11:00 a.m., Monday, June 20, 2022 at Bell Mortuary followed by a reception at Bell Mortuary and burial in Highland Cemetery.

Monday, June 13th 2022

Beverly Tade

A Celebration Of Life for Beverly Tade, 70, formerly of Glasgow, of Lake Havasu will be held at the Cottonwood Inn at 1:00 p.m., June 20, 2022.

Wednesday, June 8th 2022

Traci Anne Ost

Traci Anne Ost, age 58 of Nashua MT, passed away June 6, 2022 at home after a 2.5 year battle with stage 4 lung and 27 brain tumors.

Traci Anne Thiel was born on July 19, 1963, at St. Michael’s Hospital in Grand Forks, ND, the daughter of Vernon and Janice (Clausen) Thiel. Traci grew up in East Grand Forks and attended East Grand Forks Senior High School and graduated with the Class of 1981. On December 6, 2008 she was united in marriage to Ron Ost in Nashua, MT.

Traci cherished the time with her family, friends, and her pets Balto and Spazz. Traci had passion for music, writing, cooking, and animals. Upon her diagnosis, Traci accepted Christ into her life. Traci was a member of the local VFW Auxiliary. We were proud of our #1 author who wrote and had published the book “Who shall protect the child.” She was really proud to have worked at the Montana Department of Labor as a Work Force Consultant and the Department of Corrections and the people associated with these offices. Traci appreciated all the help, expertise, professionalism, and care she received from the Cancer Center, Billings Clinic, and FMDH personnel. They are truly amazing individuals.

Loving family members who survive Traci include her husband Ron Ost of Nashua, MT; Children: Ross (Jess) Boushey, Shayne (Michaela) Boushey, Tabetha (Kevin) Lemley, and Christopher (Jessica) Ost. Grandchildren: Kynadee and Ava Boushey, Sydney Lemley, JD and little Ron Ost; Sisters: Rae (Greg) Moan, Denise (Paul) Christofferson, Michele Thiel, and Brenda (Todd) Hanson and numerous aunts and uncles.

She is preceded in death by her parents, grandparents, and numerous aunts and uncles.

There will be a celebration of Traci’s life at the Wagon Wheel Bar in Nashua, MT at 4:00pm on Saturday June 25, 2022.

Monday, June 6th 2022

Milo Zemliska

Milo Zemliska, age 82, of Billings, Montana passed away of natural causes on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, surrounded by his family. Milo was born on June 27, 1939 in Scobey, Montana to Norman and Edith Zemliska. He joined big brother, Bruce, and later became a big brother to Faye. Milo grew up southwest of Richland, Montana, on the farm that he would one day call his own. Milo was a graduate of the class of 1957 in Nashua, Montana. Milo married Gwen Olsen Brenden-to their union came Connie, Shelly and Kristy. Milo then married Shirley Tye Marquardt in 1979 gaining two adult children, Valerie and Greg.

Milo joined the Montana Army National Guard after he graduated high school, where he served for six years and was well known as "Whitey". Due to the drought on the farm, Milo went to the Air Force Base, North of Glasgow, and began construction work as a heavy equipment operator. He and his cousin, Marvin Gardner, bought the downtown Conoco station and ran it for a few years before his dad called him home to help on the farm. Milo farmed in Northern Valley County thru 1998 before retiring to Billings in the fall of 2000. You may recall hearing the old "Snowball" handle on the CB. That's Milo! He was a farmer at heart, reminding his grandkids, "You know, there is more wheat in a crooked row!". Milo had a work ethic like no other, but that didn't stop him from having fun. Cold winter nights and rainy afternoons you may have found him sitting with a group of buddies enjoying a few cold ones and playing cards. He loved to gamble and was good at it! Maybe he even took you for a few bucks one time! Milo made many trips to the NFR in Las Vegas after riding broncs himself in his early years. Another pastime favorite was chasing coyotes and fox on snowmobiles as well as racing them any chance he got, including a few trips to the races in West Yellowstone. If broncs and snowmobiles weren't enough, he also spent plenty of time participating in the local demolition derbys. Milo had the gift of making friends wherever he went. A great testimony of that comes with his move to Billings after retirement. Milo made so many new friends and from that came lifelong friendships. He and Shirley gained another family in Billings. He was always on the go, whether to the field or to have some fun. Milo's life would encourage us all to work hard, play harder.

Milo is preceded in death by his parents Norman and Edith Zemliska, his brother Bruce, baby sister Norma Elaine Zemliska, and brother-in-law Ingrahm Bellon.

Milo is survived by his wife of 43 years, Shirley Zemliska; his daughters, Connie (Tim) Miller, Shelly (Darren) Scott and Kristy Zemliska (Silver) and his sister Faye Bellon. He leaves behind his beloved grandchildren: Tanisha Miller, Nate (Mandy) Miller, Channing (Sean) Olson, Jenna Zemliska, Chaz Gordon, Jordanne Brownlee and Jeffery Marquardt, as well as great-grandkids: Kyle and Devon Southland, Hunter Towner, Travis, Colton and Rebekah Miller and Cherry Mason. Milo is also survived by lots of extended family and special friends.

Services for Milo are at 1:00p.m. Monday, June 6, 2022 at Bell Mortuary followed by burial and military honors in Highland around 2:00p.m.

Friday, June 3rd 2022

Jessie "Maxine" (Turner) Nicol

Funeral services for J. Maxine Nicol, age 94, of Prairie Ridge Village who passed away November 19, 2021, at Prairie Ridge was held November 23, 2021 at 10:00 a.m., at Bell Mortuary, with Deacon Ed Malone officiating. Burial was held at Nashua Cemetery. Afterwards, a luncheon was served by The Badland Biddies and PDQ’s at the Nashua Senior Center.

Jessie “Maxine” (Turner) Nicol was born August 13, 1927, at Jordan, MT, to Arthur Wain Turner and Spicie Edting (Hix) Turner. Maxine resided at Prairie Ridge Village in Glasgow, MT for the past 7 years. On November 19, 2021, Maxine peacefully passed away with family at her side, as she went home to be with the Lord and her beloved husband.

Maxine’s folks came from Jordan, Missouri and homesteaded in Jordan, MT until 1933. They moved to Wheeler, MT as Maxine’s Dad began working on the Fort Peck Dam. After 7 years, the family moved to Nashua, MT where Maxine met the love of her life, George Raymond Nicol, Jr. They were married December 15, 1945 in the Methodist Church in Glasgow, MT. They celebrated 71 years together and were blessed with 5 children.

Maxine, George, their 5 children and 2 granddaughters all graduated from Nashua High School. Maxine and George were chosen for the honor as Grand Marshal’s for the 2006 Nashua All-School Class Reunion.

In November 1951, Kathy was 2 years old, became ill and was stricken with Polio. She was flown to Great Falls and kept in isolation for several weeks, staying in the hospital for 2 months. Later on, Kathy was sponsored to attend the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital in Spokane, WA. Over the next 12 years Kathy was in and out of the Shriner’s, usually during the summer months.

For 56 years, Maxine and George lived on a wheat farm south of Nashua. Maxine loved life and was a very hard worker who wore many hats as a farmer’s wife. She learned to drive a TD-14 International IH Cat at harvest time before she even knew how to drive a vehicle, drove tractors and grain trucks, assisted George with mechanic repairs or ran errands for parts; raised chickens, plus milked the cow for fresh family meals; took pride in her huge, beautiful garden to provide for family and friends. Always busy canning and freezing produce from her garden and fruit from the fruit trucks. Maxine was an outstanding, creative cook and baker preparing 3 delicious meals a day for her family. Her children all remember warm homemade buns, maple bars and cookies awaiting them after school. Maxine was most famous though, through 4 generations of family relatives and friends for her Monster Cookies and Candy Cane Cookies. Every year during the Christmas holidays, Maxine’s generous, compassionate, loving heart enlightened family, friends and those in need by baking Christmas cookies and delivering them.

Maxine’s lovely, sincere smile was known by everyone who knew her. Her home was welcome to everyone, even strangers. She always saw the good in people and never had a bad word to say about anyone. Maxine was witty with a fun sense of humor, always getting one up on her sons-in-law even up to the last few days of her life.

Country western dancing brought joy and happiness to Maxine with her favorite dance partner, her husband. Just 4 months shy of age 94, she danced the night away at her daughter’s wedding with that radiant smile she’s known for.

Maxine was a member of the Badland Biddies and honorary member of The PDQ’s (Pat’s Delightful Quilters). A Memorial has been established to the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital of Spokane, WA., her favorite charity.

Maxine was preceded in death by her parents Arthur and Spicie Turner, brothers, Kermit, Keith and Kenneth Turner and sister, Lorene (Turner) Patterson, plus husband, George Nicol.

Survivors include 4 daughters: Janice (Dennis) Shanks, Kathleen Steele and friend Greg Ganje, Connie (Steven) Culliton, and Bonnie (Ron) Peters and one son, William (Kareen) Nicol.

Grandchildren include: Janelle (Troy) Bargmann, Jayme (Emit) Valnes; Shelly Nicol, Shane (Alyssa) Nicol; Scott (Rebekah) Steele, and Joy Partridge.

Great-grandchildren include: Garett and Stetson Bargmann; Hannah (Andrew) Dennis, Kayla (Nathan) Starkel; Scotty Passmore, Justice (Candy) Steele, Aasya Steele and friend Trevon; Jake and Bethany Kinder; Lexy (Ronald) Stahl and Pacyn Partridge.

Great-Great-grandchildren include: Haizyn, Emerson, Thea, and Ezra Steele; Amariah Steele and Hallee Stahl. Plus, numerous nieces and nephews.
Gathering to see Maxine for the last time, were only immediate family members due to the Covid -19 pandemic and high RSV numbers in Valley County. A community Memorial Service to celebrate Maxine’s life, will be held in the spring/summer of 2022.

Maxine’s family would like to express their gratitude to the staff at Prairie Ridge Village for the excellent care she received while she was a resident. They were like an extended family to Mom as well as her family. We also want to thank Dr. Ross (for being her favorite doctor) and the staff at FMDH for their compassion shown towards Mom and her family during this difficult time.

A few days before passing, Mom was asked what words of wisdom she had to share. Not missing a beat, Mom said, “Always be kind to others.”

J. Maxine Nicol, 94, of Glasgow, Montana passed away November 19, 2021 at Prairie Ridge Village. A celebration of her life will be held 2:00 p.m., Saturday, June 11, 2022 at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Nashua, Montana with Bonnie Novak officiating a reception will follow the service.

Friday, June 3rd 2022

Robert Leroy Von Eschen

Robert Leroy Von Eschen, born October 3, 1936, in Glasgow, Montana passed away on October 19, 2021 in Amarillo, Texas at the age of 85.

With more than 55 years of professional engineering and construction experience, Robert worked, lived or traveled in most of the U.S. states and more than 30 foreign countries. He began his career as a student at Montana State University, earning an electrical engineering degree in 1961. Robert is a registered professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He spent several years with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a civilian engineer trainee, aide, and engineer in hydroelectric power complex construction, He also served more than eight years in the U.S. Army Reserve from 1956 through 1963.

After his military service, he served with Stanley Consultants, Inc. as a transmission/distribution engineer from 1962 through 1964, as a national re-electrification engineer of a hydroelectric facility in Liberia, and fossil/diesel power plant design/construction/startup engineer for both commercial electric utilities, and during this period, he was an engineering consultant for a World Bank Group in 1963. Several special assignments included construction and startup of a diesel plant and communication facility for the U.S. Navy in the Philippines, fossil power plant for Korea Electric Company, and a refinery modification for Logo Oil Company in Aruba.

Robert began his consultant career as Special Projects Manager and Chief Engineer for Eagle Construction Corporation. He served as the field electrical/construction/safety engineer for nuclear power plant audit/inspection with United Energy Nuclear Services from 1968 to 1992. Robert worked in this role at more than a dozen nuclear power plants in the United States.

In Amarillo, Robert held multiple positions at the USDOE Pantex Plant from 1990 through 2011, including manufacturing engineer on assemble units, manager of reliability assessment programs, and principal engineer for maintenance/improvement projects. Robert most recently worked as a construction manager for Sharyland Utilities from 2011 through his retirement in 2017.

Robert spent his retirement years writing fiction stories, travelling, and spending time with his family. Beyond the efforts in the commercial field, Robert was a District Vice-President in the Northeast Ohio council of the Boy Scouts of America, the founder and director of the Madison computer society, served as National Chairman of the Department of Energy Facility Condition Survey group, served on the board of directors of Kids World Multimedia, and Executive Chairman of Acrobat Entertainment.

Robert was preceded in death by his wife, Carolyn Kay Von Eschen; his parents Leroy and Lillian Von Eschen.

Survivors include his two sons, Eric of Huntsville, Alabama and Marc of Amarillo; his grandchildren, Steven and Kyle; two sisters Janice Von Eschen and Pam Jones.

Memorial service was held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, October 23, 2021 at Schooler Funeral Home, 4100 S. Georgia St., in Amarillo, Texas. Burial will be Sunday, June 12, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Scott Kiehn officiating at Highland Cemetery where he will be laid to rest beside his wife, Carolyn. Bell Mortuary is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences maybe left for the family at bellmortuarymontana.com,

Friday, June 3rd 2022

Melvin C. Larsen

Melvin C. Larsen, 98, of Owensboro, Kentucky, formerly of Glasgow, Montana passed away August 11, 2021. A memorial service will be held 11:00 a.m., Monday, June 20, 2022 a Bell Mortuary with burial to follow at Highland Cemetery. Bell Mortuary is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences may be left at bellmortuarymontana.com.

Friday, June 3rd 2022

Patricia Louise (Beauchman) Mulligan

The Lord called Patricia Louise (Beauchman) Mulligan home on December 21, 2021 in Billings, Montana with her son, daughter and a niece by her side.

Patricia was born on January 7, 1943, in Wolf Point, Montana to Thomas and Victoria (LaRoque) Beauchman.

Patricia received her early education in Fort Peck, St. Raphael’s (Glasgow) and graduated from Glasgow High School in 1961. She married Mike Mulligan in 1962. They had one son, Michael in 1964. Throughout her marriage to Mike, they traveled to several different locations in the US and overseas, as Mike was in the Air Force. They later divorced and Patricia moved back to Montana to be closer to family. She adopted Michelle in 1993.

Patricia owned and operated Stan’s Saloon for several years. She found her true calling when she went to work for Home Health. Pat loved helping and taking care of her people. She went above and beyond for them as they were all special to her.

Patricia loved her family first and foremost- always wanting grandchildren. Mike came through for her! She especially cared for Michelle “Mush”- as she basically raised her from a baby. They both were very close. She also enjoyed going to Malta with her niece Ruby and getting lost on the country roads.

Survivors include a son, Michael (Rhonda); a daughter, Michelle; grandchildren, Michael T., Adrian (Jada), Aaron, Michele (Sis), and Jay Dopp. Patricia also had 14 great- grandchildren; a brother, Jim Bushman of Tucker, Georgia- the oldest brother; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Ramona Beauchman, Ruby Nelson, Dean Gay and Pearl Lapke; brothers, Albert, Thomas, Bob, and Frank.

A Celebration of Life will take place at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, June 11, 2022 at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow. A reception will follow.

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