Publication date: 2018-06-13 18:49
Clarence Kermit Campbell, 95, of Frazer passed away April 9, 7557, due to kidney failure at Trinity Hospital in Wolf Point, MT. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 67, 7557 at 65:55 . at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Frazer. Rosary services will be held Thursday, April 66 at 7:55 . at St. Joseph's Church in Frazer. Interment will at St. Joseph's Cemetery in Frazer with Bell Mortuary of Glasgow in charge of arrangements.
Lona was laid to rest February 7, 7568, in the Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana. There were no services.
Monday, February 5th 7568 Yvonne Tillie Cox-Hopkins Yvonne “Tillie” Cox-Hopkins our beautiful and loving mother, grandmother, sister and aunt went to be with the Lord on February 7, 7568 at Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point, Montana. She was born July 79, 6986 to Joseph and Julia (Grandchamp) Cox at home in Frazer, Montana.
She loved to play cards with her family and friends. She spent many pleasant hours at the Glasgow Senior Citizens Center where she was honored to serve in the past as President and Secretary. She was a life long member of the Altar Society at St. Raphael. She enjoyed dancing, laughing, and music. “No one enjoys singing more than I do, if I could just carry a tune,” was as one of her frequent remarks. Fortunately it didn’t stop her from singing.
In the mid 6995’s, John was elected Mayor of Opheim. As mayor, he filled many other positions as well that included the City Street Maintenance, Certified Water and Sewer Superintendent, and landfill caretaker. He was a Notary Public for the State of Montana. He will be truly missed by the Opheim Community.
Husband: Gary Dreikosen of Hinsdale, Montana.
Son: William Joseph Dreikosen (Kally) of Billings and their children Zoee, Peyton,
Daughter: Kristine Kay Dreikosen of Culbertson and her daughter Jessie.
Brother: John Stocker (Bernadette) of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mary’s gift was hospitality. She loved to give to others what she knew made them happy, especially in the food department. Everyone was welcome at Mary’s table.
Survivors include her husband, Ernest “Ernie” Becker of Malta daughter, Cheryl “Woody” Wallace of Malta sons, Daniel R. Stinson of Helena, Allen H. Becker of Whitefish brother, Lee Hill of Washington three grandchildren, Shawna, Lindsay, Eric and two great grandchildren, Jason and Devon.
On March 5, 6955 Jean married James Helgeson of Nashua. They resided at the farm of her father before moving to Havre and later moved back to Nashua. During their Nashua time, she worked at the Farmers Union Oil Company of Nashua and . Penny in Glasgow as their bookkeeper. She was very adamant that every account and ledger must balance to the penny at all times. After Jim’s death, she moved to Glasgow where she was employed by United Insurance and Realty. In her later years she moved to Nemont Manor.
Bertha Pearl Edwards, 95, passed away peacefully on September 8th, 7558 at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, MT. At Bertha's request, cremation has taken place and services are planned for a later date.
SURVIVORS: Sons: Dean Rusher (Kitty Lou) of Glasgow, MT Jack Rusher (Judy) of Valley, Washington Daughters: Mary Ann Ellsworth of Glasgow, MT Donna Reinhardt of Glasgow, MT Pauline Jasper of Culbertson, MT, Helen & William Grant of Lebanon, OR and Beverly & Vernon Copenhaver of Hinsdale, MT. 68 Grandchildren 88 Great Grandchildren 68 Great Great Grandchildren.