Frank Lee Cutting Sr from Livingston Enterprise 9/26/2005 Livingston Montana
Funeral services for Frank Lee Cutting Sr. , 55, of Belgrade, were held Friday Sept 23 2005 at Park View Gardens.
Military honors were accorded by American Legion Post 23 and VFW Post 2154. The Commander was Tats Selmo. The Honor
Guard was Travis Chevalier, Carlo Cieri, Jim Held , Jon Noyer, and bob Skillman. The color guard was Buf Keifer, Alvin Nelson,
and Roy Smart. Norbert Herauf was the bugler.
Mr. Cutting was born Feb 6 1950 in Bad Homburg West Germany. he died Sept. 18 2005 at his home in Belgrade.
Walter J. Gwaltney Livingston Enterprise 6/29/06
Walter J Gwaltney,83, of Wilsall , died Wednesday eveing June 28 2006, at the Diamond K Lodge in Livingston. Arrangements
are pending at Franzen Davis Funeral Home.
Carolyn Erickson Livingston Enterprise 6/29/06
Carolyn Pfohl Erickson passed away as a result of cardiac arrest on Tuesday June 27 2006, in Victoria BC while
vacationing with her adoring husband.
Carolyn was born Oct 11 1952. She attended Drake university and was an honors graduate of the University of Montana,
Carolyn was a civic leader, philanthropist,banker,business woman and a fabulous mother and wife. She, along with Bruce Erickson,her
husband of 35 years ,built American Bank of Montana.
Carolyn is survived by her loving husband Bruce, their son Tyler Erickson who resides in Bozeman and Scotsdale,
their daughter Taylor Erickson of Bozeman; her mother Maty Lou Countryman of Bozeman and hre brother Ross Pfohl of Big Sky.
Carolyn lived life with class, dignity, and boundless energy. Although constantly immersed in activities to benefit
othrs, she devoted herself to hre family. She was especially proud of her children. She beamed when she spoke of Taylor receiving
her master's degree from th University of San Diego and of Tyler's success as a professional golfer. Her passing has left
a tremendous void in the lives of those who knew her.
Memorial servies will be held Sunday July 2 2006 4 PM at the Erickson's home.
The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to Eagle Mount or Hospice Care.
Edwad L Pelz Livingston Enterprise 7/19/06
A memorila service for Edward L. "eddie" Pelz will be held at 11 am Saturday July 22 2006 at Franzen Davis Funeral
Home. The Rev Dale Yurkovic of St. Mary's Catholic Church will officiate. A time of refreshment and remembrance will follow
at Redeemer Lutheran Church, corner of Fifth and Lewis streets.
Mr. Pelz, 93, of Livingston , died at Evergreen Livingston Health and Rehabilitation Center on Tuesday June 13
2006. Cremation has taken place.
Douglas Keith Botterud
Douglas Keith Botterud, 65, died Monday July 10 2006 in Hawthorne NV after a brief illness.
Mr. Botterud was born and raised in Livingston and graduated from Park County High School in 1959. He enjoyed his
hobby of restoring antique cars.
He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Janis Botterud, of hawthorne NV, two sisters Susan K Hoiness of Livinsgton
and Harleen Jessor of Beaver Dam AZ, and one brother Dick Sayler of Sun City AZ. No local services are planned.
A memorial service will be help in Hawthorne.
William A WEBER Livinston Enterprise 9/26/05
William A. Webber , 96, a longtime resident of the East End Pittsburgh, died on Wednesday Sept 21 2005. He was born on
Dec 20 1908 in Colfax WA, the son of Elizabeth McFadden and George M Weber.
Mr. Weber grew up in Livingston and attended Gonzago Universoty and the University of Montana. From 1933 until 1937 he
served as Assistant Sergeant at Arms in the US House of REpresentatives, In 1937 he received an LLB from Georgetown University
School of Law in Washington DC. Following graduation he worked for thr US Maritime Commission serving first as an Admiralty
Lawyer and the during World War II, commissioned as a Lt. Commander in the US Navy, serving as the Aide to the Vice Chariman
of the Maritime Commissin, Vice Admiral Howard L Vickery. Upon his discharge in 1946 he joined Alcoa as the Washington Office
Manager of Alcoa Steamship Company and in 1953 moved to New Orleans to become manager of their Gulf Operations. In 1856 Mr.
Weber was transferred to Pittsburgh to become the Assistant General Traffic manager for Alcoa. Then in 1957 General Traffic
manager a position he held until 1963 , when he was elected to be a Vice President in Charge of Transportationn.
Mr. Weber was active in many professinal and civic organizations before and after his retirement from Alcoa in 1973. He
was a parishioner of St. Paul Cathedral in Oakland for 49 years and a member of the Sovereign Military Order of the Knights
of Malta for the past 30 years. He was a member of the Duquesne Club and Oakmont Country Club.
Mr. Weber was married in 1939 to Mary Flora Kiely of Tacoma WA. She died in 1974. his second wife Mary Louise Niles died
in 1999. He is survived by his three children, Mary Elizabeth Weber and Kathleen (Richard) Montgomery both of Pittsburgh,
and William A Weber Jr of Denver CO; his granddaughter Mary Montgomery of Boston MA, his brother George M Weber of Pinedale
WY and four step daughters Mary Lou Benjamin, Jane de Sousa, Kathleen Novy, and Jody Williams.
Mass Christian Burial was held Saturday Sept 24 2005 10 am at St. Paul Cathedral. Internment was in Cavalry Cemetery, Pittsburgh.
John A Freyvogel Inc Funeral Directos Pittsburgh handled arrangements.
Hans G. Hollo Livingston Enterprise 7/3/06
Hans G Hollo ,30, of Livingston , died at his residence Thursday evening June 29 2006. Cremations has taken place
at Franzen Davis Creamatory.
Mr. Hollo was born Nov 13 1975 in Kalispell. At an early age, he moved with his family to Livigston. He attended schools
in Livingston and Kalispell and graduated from Park High School in 1993. He worked ar various jobs and was employed by MRL
at the time of his death.
Survivors include his mother Diane Bristol Hollo of Livingston, his father Holgrim Hollo of Fairfield, a brother
Kirk Hollo of Livingston, a half brother Hal Hollo of Columbia Falls, and four half sisters: Gail Shephard of Missoula, Tina
Conmey of Bismark ND, Kelsey Morris of Kalispell and Bobbi Kay Hollo of Conrad. Memorials may be directed to the charity of
the donor's choice.
Claude R Hansen ~~Livingston Enterprise 7/3/06
Claude R Hansen,88, a former Livingston resident, died June 17 2006 in Vancouver WA.
Funeral services were held Friday June 22 2006 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. Internment was at St. James
Acre Catholic Cemetery. Hamilton Mylan Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Mr. hansen was born July 3 1917 in Miles City to Ida (Adkind) and Claude P. Wilson. As a child he lived in Livingston
with his grandparents Nancy and George Adkins. He moved to Chicago and returned to Livingston when he was in his teens. He
married Mary Elizabeth Morrison in Livingston in 1939.
He moved to Oregon amd worked for Reynolds Metals in Troutdale for 35 years. He also worked for the Kaiser
Shipyards and served as president of Local 330 of the Steel Worker's Union in the 1970's.
He enjoyed playing tennis, painting, gardening, boxing, and politics.
He is survived by sons Jeffrey Hansen and Jessie Wilson of Vancouver and John hansen of Camas; daughters Joanne
Brown,Sally Hansen-Moore, and Patsy Ann Hansen, all of Vancouver, and Robin Hansen of Portland OR. 15 grandchildren and 12
great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife and a son, Michael.
Zelma B. RILEY Liv. Enterprise 7/3/06
Zelma B Riley , 87, of Livingston, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Saturday morning, July 1 2006 at Frontier
Assisted Living Community. Funeral Services will be 2 pm Thursday July 6 2006 at Franzen Davis Funeral Home. Pastor
John Marks will officiate. Graveside committal and burial will follow in Mountain View Cemetery.
Zelma was born July 2 1918 near Red Lodge, the daughter of Louis and Maude (Culp) Bowen. She grew up on several
different homesteads and attended school in Wilsall. The family finally established a homestead on the outskirts of Livingston
at what is now North N Street. On Dec 24 1934 she married Edward M. Riley in big Timber. Ed was a road construction worker
and she traveled with him, living out of a camper, to his various job locations. They eventually returned to livingston and
acquired a home near her parents on North N Street. Ed died Oct 1988.
Survivors include her sister Essie (Hallard) Johnson of Livingston. a brother Bill Bowen of Butte, and numerous
nieces and nephews, including Joann Gibson of Livingston and Joann's son Steve of Spokane WA. She is also survived by her
friend D'Dea Raihl of Livingston.
Jason WRIGHT ~~Liv. Enterprise 7/3/06
Jason Wringht,26, devoted son,grandson, brother,nephew nad friend, sadly and suddenly was taken from us Friday
June 23 2006 in Bozeman. Graveside committal services for Jason ,who lived in Bozeman, were held at 10:30 am Friday June 30
2006 at Mountain View Cemetery. Pastor Brent Rudolph officiated. He was assisted by Seth Schumacher who read the Jewish Kadish.
Casket bearers were Chris Quigley, James Clark, Dustin Burns, Len Wright, Todd Wegner, and Jesse Sansaver. Arrangements were
under the direction of Franzen Davis Funeral Home.(this obituary continues for 5 more paragraphs. Copies will be made available
if you ask for one)
Max Elwood House~~ Livingston Enterprise 6/28/06
Max Elwood house , 84, of Hemet,Ca. and a former Livingston resident,died Sunday June 18 2006.
A memorial service to be held in Livingston, pending.
Mr. House was born Feb 9 1922 to Edgar and Della House in Lebanon OR. He graduated from Bozeman High School in
1941. He enlisted in the Navy and served for four years as a signalman. He married Aliene barnes in 1946 in Bozeman.
He worked for Cass Upholstery and Mattress in Bozeman. In 1952 he opened his own shop, Max's upholstery, in Livingston, which
he operated for 45 years.The House's retired and moved to Hemet in 1998.
He was also an active member of the Eagles, Elks, amd the Saddle Club. He enjoyed horseshoes, bowling, dancing,golf,cribbage,
building, and family outings and picnics.
he is survived by his wife Ailene,twin children Randy House (Linda) of Spokane, Sandy (Cliff) Hakks if Alamagordo
NM and son Max Alan (Wendy) of Livingston; seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Ronald E DAHL Liv Enterprise 6/28/06
Ronald E Dahl,70, of Livingston, died early Thursday morning ,June 22 2006 at Livingston Memorial Hospital. A gentle,
patient man with a giant heart, "Papa bear" will be missed by all those whose lives he touched.
Ron was born March 1 1936 in Bloomington IL , the son of jJames Olaf and Helen Marie (Habecker) Dahl. He lived
in Danvers IL until 1947 when the family moved to Big Timber, where Olaf took over his fathers Big Timber Bakery. The move
marked the continuation of a family baking tradition started in the 1800's in Norway's Dahlin Valley. Along with their parents,
Ron and his two sisters , Phyllis and Carolyn, worked at the bakery, learning the familt's olf country recipes, many of which
were handed down only through word of mouth.(Obit continues on for several paragraphs. Copies can be obtained by contacting
Mina Estella AMUNRUD Liv Press November 4 1993
Mina Estella Amunrud,87, long time Livingston resident, died at the Livingston Memorial Hospital Thursday Nov 4
1993 after an extended illness. Funeral services will be held Friday Nov 5 1993 3 PM at the American Lutheran Church, Rev.
Roger Churness will officiate and burial will be at Park View Memorial Gardens. She was born Mar 25 1906 at Black hammer MN,
the daughter of Joseph and Emma Hermanson. She attended schools at Black Hammer until 1920. She lost six brothers and sisters
and her mother to the flu epidemic which left six children and her father surviving. She married Julius Norskog and they farmed
in the Black Hammer area for a number of years. He died in 1939 and she married Alvin Amunrud in 1943. They lived at Spring
Grove MN until moving to Livingston in 1959. Mr. Amunrud dued in 1972. She enjoyed traveling including one trip to hawaii
and also kept track of each church that she attended. She loved her grandkids and great grandkids and was a great hostess
always ready with the coffee and cookies to make guests feel welcome.She had the honor of making lefse for Myron Floren at
the Herbfest in Laurel and a Christmas tradition was making lefse for John's IGA. She raised a huge garden and enjoyed canning
for her family. She was a member of the American Lutheran Church and women's quilting circle of the church and the Park County
Senior Citizens. She is survived by six sons; Merlin Norskog,Odell Norskog,Gerald norskog, Don Norskog, Leigh Norskog, and
David Amunrud; three daughters. Ann Bratland,Nancy barker, and Jackie Varberg; one brother Leonard Hermanson one sister Bernice
Harris,31 grandchildren, 47 great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Jared Roland KAUFMAN
Word has been received of the death of 9 month old jared Roland Kaufman, son of kari, formerly of Clyde Parkand
Mark Kaufman of Laurel. Kari is the daughter of Shawn Bratland Ham of laurel and Cliff Ham of Bozeman amd the grand daughter
of Roland and Ann Bratland of Laurel, formerly of Clyde Park. Jared is survived by a sister Joslyn.
Dee NORSKOG ~~Liv Enterprise Dec 1997
Springdale MT. Dolores Ramona Norskog passed away quietly at home,surrounded by her loving family on Dec 19 1997.
Dee was born April 11 1936 to Doug and Donna Goosey in Big Timber MT. She married Don Norskog Dec 15 1954. Her first love
was her family, her horses,pets, and the Montana country she lived in. Dee loved exploring Montana, tracking fown ancient
Indian and historical campsites, rock hounding, and bowling. She is sorely missed by the friends she helped during the 10
years she managed the Book Noko in big Timber, prior to which she worked at Dan Bailey's Fly Shop in Livingston for many years.
Dee is survived by her husband of 43 years Son, three sons and their families, Clay and Cindy and grandson Cliffton Norskog
of Big Timber, Darrell, Kathy, and granddaughter Samantha Norskog of Springdale,DuWAyne Norskog of Idaho; three bothers Douglas,Dennis,
and David Goosey and extended family of aunts,cousins,nephews, nieces,brothers and sisters in law. Dee was preceded in death
by her parents and younger brother Daniel. Cremation has taken place, no services at this time.
Arlen HARRIS ~~ Liv. Enterprise May 17 1999
Arlen Leonard Harris, 83, of Livingston, died May 15 1999. Visitation will be held from 9am to 9 pm Monday May
17 at Dahl Funeral Chapel in bozeman. A funeral service will be held at 2:30 pm Tuesday May 18 at American Lutheran Church
in Livingston. Cremation will take place after the service at Dahl Crematory in Bozeman. Internment will be at Park View Memorial
Gardens in Livingston on Thursday May 20. Mr. harris was born Oct 12 1915, one of five children to William and Lenaa(Paulsen)
Harris in Mabel MN. He attended grade school and graduated from high school in Mabel. He marrid Bernice Hermanson June 8 1936
in Mabel. Together they lived in Mabel,Ostrander, and Minneapolis MN until Mr. Harris started working for the Northern Pacific
Railroad in 1941 and they moved to Livingston. He loved their cabin on Mill Creek and enjoyed camping and hunting that was
such a part of his life in Montana. He enthusiastically supported his children and grandchildren in all of their sporting
activities. He was a member of the Moose Lodge and had been a member of the Elk's Lodge. he is survived by his wife Bernice,
daughters Bonnie Waters, Sherry Tonneson, Peggy Nardella, sons Erlin,Charles, David, and Denny; brothers Elwin and William
Harris; 21 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his sister Wilma Reinsvold and brother Irvin
Bernice Tolvida HARRIS~~Liv. Enterprise Dec 26 2001
Bernice Tolvida (Hermanson) Harris,86, passed away at the Livingston Memorial hospital from complications of a
stroke, with hre family gathered around her, on Dec 21 2001. Funeral services were held at 11 am Monday Dec 24 at American
Lutheran Church in Livingston. Dahl Funeral and Cremation Service in Bozeman was in charge of arrangements. The youngest of
12 children, she was born to joseph and Emma Olson Hermanson on 22 Paril 1915 in Black Hammer MN. After losing hre mother
and six siblings to a flu epidemic in Feb 1920 she spent her younger years with her older sisters. She attended schools in
the area. She married Arlen harris in Mabel Mn June 28 1936. In 1941 Areln and Bernice moved to Livingston with three children,
where Arlen went to work for the NP Railroad.Bernice enjoyed spending time with her family snd friends at teir Mill Creek
cabin. She played many instuments, loved music, playing cards, and she especially loved traveling to Mn and to sporting events
in which her family members participated. She was a member of the American Lutheran Church and also Women of the Moose. Bernice
is survived by her seven children,Erlynn,Bonnie Waters, Sherry Tonnesen,David,Denny,Charles, and Peggy Nardella, 21 grandchildren
, 30 great granchildren, 2 great great grandchildren, one brother Leonard Hermanson, brother in law WE Harris,numerous nieces
and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents,her husband Arlen,five brothers,five sisters, one grandson.
Lillian G. HANSON ~~Kalispell Montana January 1993
Lillian G. hanson,80,of Kalispell died at Brendan House on jan 22 1993, of cancer.
She was born April 3 1912 in Sturgis SD to Andrew and Amanda Berquam. She moved to Wisconsin with her family when
she was yong, and attended school at Star Prairie Wisc.
On July 2 1933, she married lloyd H, Hanson at East Immanueal Lutheran Church in deer Park Wisc. She worked in
the K ration factory during World War II. In 1945 the couple moved to kalispell.
In more recent years, she was self emplyed as a caretaker for the elderly.
She was a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church; F.O.E. Auxiliary; VFW Auxiliary; Sons of Norway; Scandinavian Fraternity
of America and the Kalispell Senior Citizens.
She was preceded in death by her husband in August 1963, as well as by three brothers and three sisters.
She is survived by four sons'Lloyd and his wife Darleen of Cottage Grove MN, james and his wife Ardelle, and Marlin
and his wife Susan of Kalispell and Jerry of Great Falls; a brother Gothard Berquam of Jupiter City FL, grandchildren Laurie
Hanson of Grand Forks MN, David and Honathon Hanson of Cottage Grove Mn, Ron Hanson of Loveland Co, Brenda Hanson Staggs of
New Mexico, Krista Hanson of Missoula, Kari,Brandon,and Hillary Hanson all of kalispell ; a daughter in law Renee Berner of
Kalispell and numerous nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be at 1 pm Tuesday at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, with Rev. Dick Bahnson officiating.
The body is being forwarded to the Beebe Mortuary, New Richmond Wisc, where simultaneous services will be in the
East immanuel Lutheran Church of Deer Park Wisc. Burial will be in the East immanuel Lutheran Cemetery.
Mable B. Beekman,83, former Park County resident, died Tuesday morning at her daughter's home in Portland OR. Funeral
services will be held at 1:30 pm Thursday at Mike Worth's funeral home in Portland. Graveside services will be held at 11
am Saturday at Mountain View Cemetery in Livingston. Lowry Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
She was born July 31 1891 in Norfolk Nebraska. She came to Park County in 1904 and married Raymond Beekman on May
21 1915 in Springdale. The Beekman's homesteaded east of Springdale until 1928 when they moved to Park COunty. They resided
here until moving to Portland several years ago. Mrs. Beekman is survived by one son,Harold Beekman of Burbank CA, and seven
daughters; Eunice Gibson of Clyde Park, Rayona Speak, Eleanor Hyland, Imogene barnes, and Frances Deranleau all of Portland,
Lona McDowell of London England, and Nadine Carrick of Moses Lake WA. Mrs. Beekman is also survived by 27 grandchildren and
26 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Nov 18 1957 and two sons Raymond and Wallace Jake.
Leonard B AMUNRUD
Leonard B Amunrud,66, of Clyde Park died at his home earl Sunday morning November 8 1992, of natural causes. Cremation
has taken place nad memorial services will be held Thursday Nov 12 1992 at 1:30 pm at the Shields Valley United Methodist
Church in Clyde Park. REv. Paul Lunderaaen,minister of the Shields Valley Lutheran Church of Wilsall will officiate. The Franzen
Davis Bebee Funeral Home in Livingston is in charge of arrangements.
Alvin O Amunrud, 66, of Livingston died Wednesday afternoon in Memorial Hospital following a short illness. Funeral
services will be at 4 pm Friday in the American Lutheran Church. Pastor Ron Johnstad will officiate. Burial will be in Park
View Memorial Gardens. Lowry Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. He was born April 30 1906 in Black Hammer MN where
he spent his early life and received his education. He married Mina Hermanson Norksog May 1 1943 in Winona MN. They lived
in Spring Grove Mn until 1959 when they moved to Livingston. Mr. Amunrud was employed here as a custodian in local public
schools. He was a member of the American Lutheran Church.
Surviving are his wife of Livingston, a son David of Clyde Park, five step sons; Jerry and Donald Norskog of Livingston,
Merlin of Allentown Wisc, Odell of Helena, and Leigh Robert of Missoula' three step daughters, Ann Bratland of Clyde Park,
Nancy barker of Ca, and Jackie Moran of Bozeman; one grandchild, 29 step grandchildren, three brothers Sever, Gerhard, and
Leaonard, two sisters, Mable Leistiko and Norma Kretlow, five great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He was
preceded in death by his parents, four sisters and two brothers.
Floria (HASH) ANDERSON~~Livingston Enterprise June 23 1970
Graveside services for Mrs. Floria Llewyln Anderson, 75. long time Livingston resident, will be at 1:30 pm Wednesday
in Mountain View Cemetery.Friends may call at the Lowry Funeal Home until 1 PM Wednesday when the casket will be closed.
Harvey HASH~~ March 8 1934 Livingston Enterprise
Funeral services for harvey Hash,51, of Emigrant,who was fatally injured in an automobile accident Monday morning,
will be held from the Pemberton Funeral Home Friday afternoon at 2 o clock. Burial will be in Mountain View cemetery. Mr.
Hash,who was accompanied by Darold Chamberlain and Franklin Peters, was en route to his work at the Emigrant fish hatchery
when the accident occurred. Broken steering apparatus was believed to have been the cause of the accident. Mr. Hash was rushed
to a local hospital, where he passed away about midnight Tuesday night. The deceased was born at Grayson Virginia, June 21
1883. He married Effie Shields of Burlington Colorado Nov 23 1907. He leaves his wife, one son Floyd; four sisters Mrs. R.T.
Evans of Butte, mrs. Rosa Currier of Springdale, Mrs. Ray Beekman of Livingston, Mrs. T.A. Anderson of Livingston and one
brother G.G. Hash of Missoula. The deceased was a son of the late Thomas C. (Dad) Hash of Springdale. Mr. hash was formerly
in the US Army service and the Howitzer Company No. 163 will have charge of the graveside services.
Rosa CURRIER~~Livingston Enterprise Sept 30 1967
Funeral services for Mrs. Rosa Currier, 88, Park County pioneer, were conducted this afternoon in the Lowry Chapel.
The Rev. Josephine Wilson of Unity Truth Center officiated. Music was provided by Earl Kainz and Mrs. Ellen Waldrum.Burial
was in Mountain View Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Joe Swindelhurst,Mel Davis, Henry Kensmore, Ralph White, Wallace
Beekman, and Gilbert Just. Honorary pallbearers were Ray Yardley Sr, Walter Dewing, George Dickensen and Fred Martin. Mrs.
Currier died Tuesday evening in Memorial Hospital after a short illness. She was born De c13 1878 in Virginia, daughter of
rs. and Mrs. Thomas C hash and came to Park County at an early age. She entered the theatrical field at the age of 17, playing
stock show and vaudeville circuits where she met Charles L Currier in Denver Co. They were married there in 1908. After
ranching near Siebert Co they returned to show business, performing under the name of the Majestic Theatre Players which
was owned and managed by them. In 1914 they filed on a homestead near Springdale in Park County. She continued to make her
home ther euntil 1952 when she moved to Clyde Park. She later moved to Livingston and had resided here for the past several
years. mrs. Currier was a member of the Women of the Moose and park County Pioneers Society. Mrs. Currier spent much of her
time in late years doing philanthropic work for mooseheart Childrens Home,Shodiar Crippled Childrens Hospital, Father Flannigan's
Boys Town, National cancer research Society and yellowstone Boys Ranch. Surviving are a son Thomas Curier of Portland OR ,
two sisters Mrs. Flo Anderson of Warm Springs and Mrs Mable Beekman of Portland, a brother Gaddis G Hash of Missoula,
2 grandchildren Tom and Karen Currier of Portland, and several nieces and nephews including Mrs. Charlotte Just of Livingston.
Lulu EVANS~~Livingston Enterprise 20 Nov 1944
Mrs. Lulu Evans,53, well known former resident of Chadbourne, died in a Spokane Wa hospital Friday. The body will be
forwarded to Livingston today and will be taken in charge by the Pemberton funeral home from where last rites will be conducted
at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. mrs. Evans was born in Virginia April 24 1891, the
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. hash. old time residents of Springdale. She accompanied her parents to Montana
in 1910 and on July 6 1911 was married to Rolland T Evans. Mr and Mrs Evans resided at Chadbourne until they moved to Spokane
in 1942. During that time she was active in the affairs of the community and was a member of the Chadbourne Neighborhood Club.
She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Irene Haft of Bremerton WAand Mrs. Dorothy Nesbit of Long beach
CA;three sisters, Rosa Currier Mable Beekman and Mrs. T.H. Anderson; one brother G.G. Hash, one grandson Roland Haft and several
nieces and nephews.
Loyce D. O'Halloran
, 89, of Bozeman and former Clyde Park resident, died at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital
early Saturday morning, Oct. 16, 2010.
A private graveside committal and burial will take place in the Wilsall Cemetery
Arrangements are under the direction of Franzen-Davis Funeral Home in Livingston.
Loyce was born
Aug. 1, 1921, the youngest child of Elijah "Lige" and Addie (Carroll) Masters. She attended Hubbard County, Wash., schools
through the eighth grade and graduated from Colfax High School in Colfax, Wash.
On Nov. 11, 1941, she married Alfred
"Bud" O'Halloran in Colfax. They had three children: Joan, Kay and Michael. The family lived and ranched near Oaksdale and
Tekoa, Wash., until 1950 when they moved to Clyde Park, purchased a ranch, and began raising grain and cattle. Bud died in
February 1985, and Loyce continued to live on the ranch until 1990 when she moved to Bozeman.
Loyce was a member of
Cowbells in Clyde Park, and for many years she volunteered with RSVP in Bozeman. She enjoyed spending time with her friends
and family, traveling, reading and crocheting. She visited the ranch in Clyde Park often and enjoyed seeing the crops in the
In addition to her husband, Loyce was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Lola (Masters) Appel and
Nava (Masters) Pendergrass; and two grandsons, Brian O'Halloran and Stuart Shahan.
Survivors include two daughters,
Joan Knodel of Wilsall and Kay (Marshall) Miller of Spokane, Wash.; a son, Michael O'Halloran of Wilsall; grandchildren, Kevin
(Toka) Knodel of Chesapeake, Va., Holly Knodel of Livingston, Shannon Knodel of Bozeman, Katrina (Ross) Rambo of Spangle,
Wash., Angela (O'Halloran) Anno of Vancouver, Wash., Brent O'Halloran of Livingston, Brandon (Mariah) O'Halloran of Lewistown,
and Adam and Miles O'Halloran, both of Wilsall; and eight great-grandchildren.
If so desired, memorials may be directed
to Heart of the Valley Humane Animal Shelter, 1549 Cameron Bridge Road, Bozeman, MT 59718; or to the
American Cancer Society
, 550 N. 31st St., Suite 103, Billings, MT 59101