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When he got out of the military, he returned to Libby, where he spent some time working at the St. Regis lumber mill. In 1966, Orville married Evelyn Dianne Reisig. They moved to Missoula, where he attended the University of Montana. Orville later attended ... (The Western News)
Graveside services were Friday, November 12, 2 p.m. in the Mt ... Funeral Home with Bro. Bobby Crowe officiating. Burial followed in Hickory Flat Cemetery. Mrs. Hutchins was born February 27, 1932 in Hartshorne, Oklahoma to the late Jim Lee Nelson and ... (Daily Star)
He spent the next 35 years working at various locations across Montana before coming to ... In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Libby Little League or Hospice. Arrangements are by Schnackenberg & Nelson Funeral Home in Libby. (The Western News)
Ron loved to bowl and was president of the Libby-Troy Bowling Association for many years. He was a director for six years and second vice president for three years of the Montana State ... 30, at Schnackenberg & Nelson Funeral Home in Libby. (Daily Inter Lake)
and felt blessed to be back in Montana. His family and his friends will miss his cheerful smile, engaging ways and his can-do attitude. He has been cremated. Arrangements are by Schnackenberg and Nelson Funeral Home of Libby. A memorial service will be ... (Daily Inter Lake)
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Over the years I've pondered the meaning of trials and sorrow that my loved ones or I have endured. Some believe there are lessons to learn from hardship. I agree. In many instances we learn compassion, empathy, faith, trust, and humility. Our own choices will often lead to natural consequences that...