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He also volunteered for the Sturgis Fire Department and was a member of the Ambulance crew for 11 years.He loved camping and was a member of the Red Dale (Black Hills Hillbillies) club since 1975, and later the Good Sams in the early 80s. Meade and planned and facilitated many of the camping competitions, cookouts, and rallies until 2014.
Family and friends may sign Bob’s online guestbook at Authier died August 7, 2017, as a result of a scuba diving accident at Hippie Hole near Rockerville in the Black Hills of South Dakota.Yitzhak Rabin, prime minister of Israel and "warrior of peace," died by an assassin's bullet 20 years ago.His legacy, in which peace between Israelis and Palestinians was allegedly imminent and then lost, is a pliable one.Linda Nybakken passed away, surrounded by family, at Hillside Health Care Center in Missoula, Montana, on Sunday, August 6, 2017, following a long and courageous battle with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and other health problems. She lived in many different places during her life, including Billings, Browning, East Glacier, Helena, Boise, Miles City, and Glasgow.She maintained an upbeat and positive attitude until the end and as her great friend Karen Gaskill wrote, “Can you imagine the cleanest, purest air she is breathing right now? Linda loved horses and the ranch life growing up and her favorite vacation spots were the “hills of Powder River County.” Linda graduated from Powder River High School in 1962 and then attended Eastern Montana College. She was a very hard worker and had a number of different jobs including working for an oil drilling outfit and a company that built doors for naval ships.Are you interested in finding a single Asian person special to grow old with?
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Bob was born on December 2, 1924 and raised on the family homestead south of Kennebec to Charles and Ursula (Rapp) Sundall.
He continued to farm and ranch on the family farm after his father’s death.
In 1980, her adventurous, pioneer spirit led her west to Montana where she had accepted the position of education coordinator at FMDH in Glasgow.
In her earlier years, Virginia was an activist for civil rights and women’s issues.
Billy was preceded in death by his wife, Beverly, and brother, Bobby.