Later she went on to become a very accomplished quilter and she was very active in the local quilting guild.
Mae had an endless capacity for love. Every family member, especially her grandchildren, knew that they held a special place in her warm heart.
A memorial service will be held Wednesday, December 5th at 2:00 pm at Hillcrest Lawn Chapel and a reception will follow at 4:00 pm at The Do Bar.
Phyllis had her first pet, a golden retriever named Zoey, at the age of 96. Zoey stayed by her side until her last days.
A celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, December 8 at 2:00 PM at the Hillcrest Mausoleum
She worked for 30 years at Job Service in Great Falls and Helena.
Adrianna was a loving mother, daughter, wife, sister, friend, and proud grandmother.
Lois had an obsession with everything associated with the colors of pink and turquoise. She loved flowers and she especially loved her collie, Duchess.
In his Navy career, he saved countless lives, delivered babies, filled cavities, and even participated in one of the first successful skin grafts.
He was proud of his Irish Heritage and enjoyed visiting and helping people.
Don loved sports and participated in all of them.
He was a very kind person, great sense of humor, and willing to help with what he could as well as a promising artist who enjoyed going on long walks listening to music.
Rose was a talented artist and she worked in several mediums including oil and water color, but her favorite was china painting.
While his heart of gold could no longer sustain him, George leaves behind a legacy of kindness and love that will forever be cherished.
He especially enjoyed the outdoors: fishing, hunting, boating and golfing.