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Updated: December 27, pm. Sean Andrew Vetter left this world on December 7, He was the youngest of four children, one girl and two other boys. The family soon moved to Missoula where Sean lived untilwhen the family moved to Butte.
Sean made lifelong friends while going to middle school and high school in Butte. He graduated from Butte High School in and obtained his bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering from Montana Tech in Sean was an accomplished student, he graduated from Tech with honors, was a member of the math club, National Honor Society, and a member of the Society of Professional Engineers. He began his career as a petroleum engineer with Whiting in North Dakota, immediately after graduating college.
Inhe moved to Denver to work at the corporate office with Whiting. Sean always had a goal to live and work in Denver for the main office of Whiting, but it was hard to be so far from his boys and Montana family.
Sean recently received a new position with Oneok in Sidney, Montana. He was excited to be moving back to Montana, as he would be closer to his family and two boys. He was looking forward to fishing with his sons.
Sean leaves behind two wonderful boys, Landon 13 and Hawkins 5. He loved being a dad, it was his proudest accomplishment in life.
He spent as much time as possible with his sons, making trips up to North Dakota and Montana whenever possible. He enjoyed the visits with the boys and always looked forward to seeing them. He loved those boys with all Fascination - Mary Ann Hay & Don Kelly - Hay heart. Sean was close to all his siblings but had a special bond with his brother Dustin. Growing up they were inseparable, often mistaken for twins because Fascination - Mary Ann Hay & Don Kelly - Hay was the same size as Dustin, even though he was almost two years younger.
As boys growing up in Missoula, they shared everything and treated life like one big adventure. The bond only grew stronger into adulthood. Sean was best man at Dustin's wedding, a title he was proud and honored to wear. Sean was our little brother, until he hit high school and outgrew us all to become our younger "big" brother. His presence was felt everywhere he went, he was full of laughter, kindness Kelly generosity.
He was a friend to everyone that knew him. There is a great void with his passing that we all must attempt to fill with great memories of his larger-than-life laughter and smile.
He will be greatly missed. He died peacefully, surrounded by his closest family members. He is remembered for living a life large with integrity, humility, contentment, and love for his family, who will miss him deeply.
His brother Philip and sisters Roseanne and Wilma were born in Tacoma, Washington, before their father returned to Butte to work the copper mines. Subsequently, his siblings Hazel, Frank, and Paulette were born. As the youngest child, Jim was largely raised by his older sisters, Wilma and Hazel. Jim spent his early years exploring the foothills of Butte and chasing chickens on the Mischkot homestead.
He graduated from Butte High School inand went on to play football and earn a college degree from Montana School of Mines in Metallurgical Engineering in Jim retired and returned to Montana in They spent their days working on their home, tending to their five golden retrievers, traveling to visit loved ones, fishing in remote destinations, and developing close friendships along the way. Jim lived a remarkable life with no regret.
He will be remembered for his love of his family, pride in his business, and how he cherished his leisure time on the McKenzie, Big Hole, and Bighorn Rivers. A Celebration of Life is scheduled for 1 p. The reception at the Copper King Convention Center will begin at p.
A later event will be scheduled in Eugene. Please access the obituary at www. John A. Lorengo may call this Wednesday after am in St. Funeral Mass will be Fascination - Mary Ann Hay & Don Kelly - Hay at am.
Mark William Ahlborn passed away early Sunday morning in Butte. Kelly complete obituary will be published in a later edition of the Montana Standard. Earl would have liked to have also died at home but after two bouts of pneumonia affecting the health of both his body and mind, that was not possible. Instead, he died a resident of BeeHive Homes of Butte with his wife of 61 years holding his hand.
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He was in his early teens when Butte became his hometown. He saw his first red-haired girl, whom years later he would marry. His family eventually settled at 13 Bennett in Walkerville, and he never forgot the names of the neighborhood boys who welcomed him with name calling and fists.
Earl attended St. As a youth his jobs included setting pins in a bowling alley and haying in Harrison. He spent a few years working in the mines, including the Kelly, Leonard, and the Original, along with the Smelter in Anaconda. Then like his four brothers, Earl enlisted in the Armed Compulsive - Ottaway, Broder, Allen - Invictus. He was Kelly Earl, Carroll and their three girls became a military family traveling across the US and abroad, including Missouri, Virginia, and Germany.
Earl loved his life in the Army, was proud of his service and retired as a Sergeant E After the Army, Earl and Carroll returned to Butte with a family that had doubled in size and he went to work for the Anaconda Company as an Fascination - Mary Ann Hay & Don Kelly - Hay, working at the Berkeley Pit for ten years.
Finally, he went to work for U. Borax Chemical Corp. He returned to Butte after this retirement and continued to work a handful of odd jobs- security guard, bus monitor, crossing guard, playground monitor, and lunchroom aide. He also busied himself with volunteer positions like making deliveries for Meals on Wheels. While Earl worked, his family grew. His family, who have many treasured memories of times together, consists of his wife Carroll, six children, two sons-in law, a daughter-in-law, 16 grandchildren and spouses, 21 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild.
He loved seeing and hearing about his growing family, about their education, their extracurriculars, and their accomplishments. Likewise, Earl opened his home and heart to many dogs after his children were grown- Dolly, Misty, Cano, and finally Kola.
Earl enjoyed reading, had a flair for writing and the spoken word. He was an eloquent speaker. His children thought he would have made an excellent English teacher, Unhearted (Original Mix) - Estigma - Unhearted (File) his mother had been.
Earl was in awe of the outdoors and especially the mountains. He loved to camp, to go on scenic drives, and to walk and observe. He never forgot his first love, though, and that was for the vastness of the prairie of South Dakota. He relished trips that took him back 休まない翼 - Zabadak - 桜 = Le Cerisier his roots where he was reminded of the unfettered freedom he had known as a child. Earl was preceded in death by his parents and siblings Arthur, Roger, and Mary Duganz.
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He appreciated rides in the country and through the streets of Butte, Saturday afternoon football on the tube, Jeopardy, as well as being read to and the sound of his Bose radio. The family also Kelly sincere thanks and appreciation to the Fascination - Mary Ann Hay & Don Kelly - Hay community of Butte, especially the staff of CopperRidgeRehabilitationCenter and BeeHive Homes of Butte. There will be one hour of visitation prior to the service.
The 8th of 10 kids born to Tom and Hannah Little, Twila was born in Marysville, Iowa on February 20,but was a Montanan at heart having lived there most of her life, including over 40 years in Whitehall. Twila did many things in her life; clerk, cook, lumber yard owner, and bus driver. She never knew any strangers, just future friends. Twila loved the Montana outdoors and not only loved to participate in sports skiing, hunting, golfing, and bowlingshe also loved to watch them.
Being a fierce competitor, especially in cards, an unknowing opponent often found themselves on the wrong end of a pinochle or cribbage game. They had four children and were blessed with 7 grandchildren. MOM, Christmas was always your favorite holiday. Miss you every day always.
The Reap Family. John Antone Lorengo, passed away peacefully at his home, on December 14, Kelly took him in and Песенка Мушкетеров - Булат Окуджава - Часовые Любви. Песни Из Кинофильмов На Стихи Булата Окуджавы became a member of their family.
After leaving the ranch, he worked for Meadow Gold Dairy, until he joined the Navy. John served with the U. Navy for 4 years, as a Boilermaker on the U. Henrico, during the Korean War.