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Yvonne Carter died peacefully on the morning of Nov. Yvonne was born in Phoenix on Dec. She had been a certified tumor registrar since and served in that capacity at Kalispell Regional Medical Center since She was preceded in death by her parents, Alfred and Grace Carter. There will be a celebration of her life at 11 a. The church is located at Columbia Falls Stage Road. Evelyn Evvy Bauer Jones, 88, passed away Nov. She was one of four children, was raised in Smith Valley, and spent the majority of her life in that area. She attended Batavia School through eighth grade.
She married David Jones on Jan. They lived on the family farm west of Kalispell, where they raised four daughters. Her lifelong vocation was that of a homemaker and caregiver.
Her role as caregiver began at the age of 12, when her mother became wheelchair-bound due to rheumatoid arthritis. She loved cooking, baking, and often expressed her love by making room at her table and miraculously providing excellent homemade food for family and friends who happened to drop by. Her family often marveled at how she could make a family feast for many out of very little. She loved vegetable and flower gardening, cultivating beautiful flower gardens each year. Evvy was an accomplished seamstress.
She made clothing for her children and grandchildren, including her daughters bridal gowns, and for entire wedding parties. Evvy was a musician, played piano, and often hosted musical get-togethers incorporating family members who all played and jammed together. There were also many card parties and extended family gatherings. Evvy was a natural healer. She worked with kinesiology and acupressure and helped many people to feel better, both physically and emotionally. Her calm demeanor was a source of comfort to many. Family and friends have often expressed what an incredible role model Evvy has been throughout her life.
Even though she constantly struggled with pain from rheumatoid arthritis, she demonstrated grace and a positive attitude to the very end. Evvy s sparkly blue eyes and warm smile were a gift she shared with many. Her greatest gift to all was her legacy of love.
She loved attending all of her children s and grandchildren s school and sports activities. She particularly enjoyed her grandsons soccer games and followed them all across the state, and was fondly known as Gram to many. Evvy was a woman of faith, shown particularly by being an avid Seattle Mariners fan.
For her 80th birthday, she was able to travel to Seattle to tour Safeco Field and see a game in person. It was truly a highlight in her life. After selling the family farm and moving into town, a common sight was Evvy and Dave walking around town, holding hands. They truly enjoyed their many miles together, and their obvious true love for each other was an inspiration to many. We would also like to personally thank Dr. Paul Berkram, Dr.
Timothy DuMontier and Dr. Bernadette Van Belois for their exemplary care and kindness to Evvy and her family members. Services will be held at 11 a. Viewing will be from 2 to 7 p. There will be a private family burial at a later date.
Friends are encouraged to visit www. Buffalo Hill Funeral Home is caring for the family. He was surrounded by his loving wife of 18 years, Diane, and his brothers and sisters.
A memorial service will be held at a later date in Whitefish. Richard Cory Kiser, 91, passed away on Nov. The family of five boys and one girl, attended the Bobcat Grade School about a mile from their home, then moved to Miles City to attend high school. Inthey moved to Kalispell, where he met and married Dorothy Nelson and the couple had one daughter.
After his service in the Navy, he and his wife moved to the Seattle area, where he worked for Arden Farms in a milk processing plant. Richard's wife, Dorothy, preceded him in death in He moved back to Kalispell in where he married his high school sweetheart, Audrey Fenske. He is survived by his daughter, Teri Day; two granddaughters, Sherri Maloney and Amber Loiler; and four great-grandchildren. Also surviving him are his twin brother, Robert Kiser; brother, Philip, and wife, Louise Kiser; sister-in-law, Betty Kiser; and numerous nieces and nephews and others in a large extended family.
Richard will be buried at Glacier Memorial Gardens with a graveside service at p. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Friends are encouraged to visit the website, www. Edmond Ed Dean Jaeger, 55, of Elmo, loving husband, father, grandfather, teacher and friend, passed away on Thursday, Nov. Ed was born on July 21,in Oak Harbor, Wash. He was a self-employed marine mechanic for over 20 years and for the past several years was an employee of Profection Powerboat and Chief Cliff Hot Rods.
Ed enjoyed classic cars, hunting, camping, fishing, motorcycling, four-wheeling and horses, but above all, he was devoted to his family.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p. Friends may call at the funeral home two hours prior to the service on Wednesday. Interment with military honors will occur at Lakeview Cemetery, Polson. SW, Ronan, MT Messages of condolence may be left for the family online by visiting www. Grogan Funeral Home is caring for the family.
Flathead Shelter Friends Inc. Thursday, Dec. When the Montana legislature convenes on Jan. Kalispell Police ended up making a series of warrant arrests on Sunday. Officers went to the county jail to serve a man, 30, a warrant for failing to comply with court orders. He was returned to jail. Brock Osweiler has become a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy season in Tempe, Arizona.
Backed up by snow and the rut, hunters finished the deer and elk hunting season strong in Northwest Montana. Edmond Ed Dean Jaeger, 55, of Elmo, a loving husband, father, grandfather, teacher and friend, passed away on Thursday, Nov. He was a self-employed marine mechanic for more than 20 years and was owner of Profection Powerboat and Chief Cliff Hot Rods for the past several years. Jaeger s family. Ida was born May 14,in Kalispell, at the home of her Aunt Rose. The family lived in Columbia Falls but because her brothers and sisters had whooping cough at the time, her mother went to Kalispell for the birth.
Her parents were Henry and Mabel Fisher. She was raised in Columbia Falls until age 16, at which time the family moved to Kalispell where she attended high school. During her junior year in high school, she met her future husband, Lee Gehring. After high school the two eloped to Grants Pass, Ore. Their first child, Jack, was born while they were living in Oregon. The three of them returned to Kalispell when Lee was drafted into the U. Army, and Ida and Jack stayed there for the three years while Lee was in the service. Their son Ed was born in Kalispell. When Lee was discharged, they stayed in Kalispell for a year, during which time daughter Phyllis ed the family.Seek woman from Whitlash Montana cub foods
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