He had many passions and enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, and golfing.
He was secretary/treasurer as a volunteer in the Malmstrom Historical Foundation, Inc. for nearly 30 years.
Shiela had a love of the outdoors and animals, but her true passion was her horses.
Jessie was one of the most caring, loyal, and kind-hearted people you could ever meet.
Fishing was his favorite pastime and he had an inseparable love for his dogs over the years.
In her spare time she enjoyed softball, camping, and hiking.
He was an avid reader and he loved history, whether it was the history of Portland, Montana, or anywhere in the world that he was interested in.
He was a creative man, tinkering in his garage, fixing just about anything and building useful and interesting tools.
Neva was a dedicated elementary teacher in the Great Falls Public School System for 38 years.
Maida would like her memory to be carried on by making sure to live life to the fullest and love your family as much as you can.
He wanted his nieces and nephews to experience all that Montana embodies; fishing, camping, hunting, visiting various historical towns and sights.
Her passions included riding her Harley Davidson, spending time with her family and grandchildren, body building, yoga, fitness and rescuing any stray animal that showed up on the door step.
He joined the Montana Air National Guard at the age of 17 and retired in 1989 as a Chief Master Sergeant, after 36 years of service to his country.
He enjoyed photography, woodworking, soccer, playing the guitar, and military history.
Some of her amazing accomplishments were going from very little money, no electricity, or running water to having all of it.