Howard C. Largent, the Legend of Sun River Valley, Hell of a Hand, the king of wheeling and dealing, bartering and bantering, a gifted storyteller and b.s.’r, proudly joined other legends in heaven.
Louise was truly a renaissance woman and well ahead of her time.
He was good at projects, constructed a home with his wife, Vickie, doing most of the wiring, inside construction and finishing.
Although family was always special, Ruth’s life included many other dimensions – her everlasting faith and membership in New Hope Lutheran Church, her proprietorship of Ruth’s Yarn Shop and the opportunity to share her love of knitting, hardanger and quilting.
He worked closely with his dad, his best friend on many tower jobs and often talked to him about “the good old days.”
She had a smile that would light up any room.
He always enjoyed outdoor activities with his family, which included hunting, fishing (his favorite), camping, riding horses and planting flowers.
Darrel was a master at many trades. He built their house in Chinook, obtained a pilot’s license, and enjoyed flying his small plane between Chinook and their farm.
Judy moved to Great Falls in 2009 to be closer to family and continue her passion for cooking and sewing.
A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, Oct. 30th at 10 AM at Holy Spirit Catholic Church.
He devoted most of his life to art, music, and woodworking.
Rose enjoyed feeding and watching birds, golfing, camping, gardening, the mountains and being outdoors.
While she was a wonder at customer service, her true love was painting and crafts, which she displayed and sold at the Great Falls Farmer’s Market.
In our Mother’s own words, “I lived a fulfilled life and I had a lot of life in those years.”
He is remembered by his family for his unsurpassed sense of humor, generosity and sportsmanship.