An avid outdoorsman, he was a member of the Cascade County Search and Rescue and a volunteer Cascade County Sheriff Deputy.
She always appreciated the beauty of flowers and the serenity of camping with friends and family.
Ken was an expert auto mechanic and involved in stock car racing in the 1960s.
Dancing and music were always one of her favorite pastimes.
Rosetta enjoyed taking walks and visiting with her close friends and family. She avidly gardened and nurtured her flower beds.
He took up golf which he loved, and also spent time doing wood working projects for everyone.
His ultimate pastime was watching the Denver Broncos play football.
Peggy was a selfless, devoted wife and mother, with a loving heart and a kind soul.
After retiring, she enjoyed time with her friends, dancing, fishing, chokecherry picking, quilting and jigsaw puzzles.
Craig was very creative. He made things with steel and he could mold steel into anything he wanted.
Floris was a very devout, born again Christian and was a deaconess for many years at the Fort Shaw Bible Church.
In the spring of 2011, Kimberlee met the love of her life, Chris. Together they traveled, raced sled dogs, and helped raise their grandchildren.
She saw the beauty in everything.
She graduated from Choteau High School in 1954. She then attended U of M for two years.
Diana always supported fundraising efforts for the American Legion. She served the organization with dignity, honor, and class.