There was practically no crafting project beyond her capability, and she did them all.
As a founder and performing member of the Great Falls Symphony Association, she was honored by being named a lifetime board member.
Lori loved listening to music and dancing. She enjoyed crafting, fishing, camping, boating, and loved baking.
Anything that could generate quality family time was important to him. He always enjoyed a good round of Pinochle.
He had a lifelong passion for horses, loved to hunt and fish, and was an avid NFL fan never missing a game of his beloved San Francisco 49ers.
An avid bowler, Bonnie played softball, as well as enjoying watching baseball and football, especially if the great-grandkids were playing.
Mariel Cummins, 88, of Great Falls, passed away March 11, 2019.
Bill had a full and robust life, and kept his sense of humor, stubbornness and sharp wit to his final days.
She spent most of her life in Cut Bank where she tended bar at the Stables, Den, and the Moose Lodge.
Dave and Shellie rarely missed any of their seven grandsons’ sporting events and loved their family dearly.
He was a creative spirit, and if something needed fixing, he knew exactly how to do it.
Over the years Gar owned and flew as often as he could Super Cubs, a Commanche PA-24, Pawnee, Piper 180, Stinson SR7B, Van’s RV4 and RV8.
Nicole loved her friends and making people laugh.
He was an active member of the Carter Fire Dept., Carter Quick Response Unit, and Carter Methodist Church.
She loved to travel, spending her summers going around the world.