He found great therapy in time spent in the mountains being one with nature, and especially enjoyed sharing that time with friends and family.
He always had a story about hunting with his granddad or fishing with his dad horseback on Hound Creek and Smith River.
Rodney loved airplanes and everything that comes with them. He earned his Private Pilot’s License and enjoyed an adrenaline rush by skydiving out of them.
She worked as a realtor, proof reader for a telephone book publisher, but was most of all a mother and housewife.
Spending his youth on the prairie, Bill’s adventurous spirit led him to join the U.S. Navy to experience the lands and open waters of the world.
He dedicated the last years of his life to filling both homes with family and friends and creating memories that will last a lifetime.
She will be remembered for her kind & loyal heart by the many other friends & lives she touched.
Caroline was a devout Catholic. She attended Mass regularly and said her Rosary daily.
She loved to plant flowers, go on long drives, photograph and video wildlife, and visit with new and old friends.
She loved bowling, participating in three different leagues weekly and achieved induction into the Ohio and Montana Bowling Hall of Fame.
He was known in the community for his participation in the Sun River Rangers, Black Horse Shootists, and Rocky Mountain Rangers.
Jeff had a kind heart, thoughtful mind, and was a devoted lifelong friend.
She loved Broadway musicals, dancing, and especially spending time at Seeley Lake, Montana and Maui, Hawaii.
Gardening was more than just a hobby. She spent hours and hours planting flowers for the yard’s landscape.
Velma’s story sounds like that of a Cinderella story, which it was as she even got the happy ending with her prince charming.