Velma’s story sounds like that of a Cinderella story, which it was as she even got the happy ending with her prince charming.
Family and friends were very important to Viola. She enjoyed calls and visits from her grandkids and her good friend, Lois Wirtala.
She enjoyed spending time with family, campfires, and also loved to quilt.
Scot took great pride in everything he worked for and accomplished because he was such a hard worker.
He enjoyed visiting friends and family, telling stories of his travels and the many adventures with his wife Patty.
She especially loved being outside working in her rock and flower gardens raising beautiful flowers, especially her prized four o’clocks.
Fort Shaw resident Jerome “Jerry” Iral Hitchcock’s life paralleled his favorite song, “Give me land, lots of land under starry skies above, don’t fence me in.”
While going to high school, she worked part time for Western Union delivering telegrams on her bicycle, and Woolworths five and dime store.
She loved being a part of the family drag racing, Alzheimer Racing, along with riding on the back of the Harley with Dick.
Cheryl loved playing cards, dice, and board games. She spent many hours organizing Trivial Pursuit tournaments at work, and winning them.
John was a faithful member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church, as well as a 25 year volunteer for PFLAG.
He also was League President for the Wednesday Night Men’s Handicap at Skyway Bowl for 25 years straight.
Ann cherished her family. She valued being a mother, a wife and helped on their family farm for 58 years.
Alan was active in Rotary, MT Grain Growers, and Farm Bureau, several times in leadership positions.
She enjoyed playing cards, reading books, and watching cooking shows.