She had an infectious laugh, a radiant smile that would fill a room, and a heart that filled the world.
Never one for idleness and endowed with a generous spirit and helpful hands, Marilyn was always busy and involved.
He enjoyed gardening and yard work and prided himself on having the greenest lawn on the corner of 9th St and 4th Ave NW.
George loved spending time hunting and fishing the beautiful Montana outdoors. He was a grand old gentleman of Montana.
Sharon Lila Edwards, 81, of Cascade, passed away at Peace Hospice on Thursday, November 1, 2018.
Pam was an avid reader and movie watcher.
Also known as NW7O, Jim spent a large portion of his life on the radio waves.
She loved unconditionally and impacted each of us that knew her in ways that can never be explained.
Roger loved woodworking and built many beautiful keepsakes for his family.
He was happiest on the back of a horse, and always said he was born 100 years too late.
Having a love of sports, he took on the role of team manager, traveling with the boy’s football and basketball teams.
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.