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Mann Jr., John Carl  
John Carl Mann Jr. Belt —John Carl Mann Jr. of Belt, Montana passed away from cancer Friday morning at Peace Hospice of Great Falls. His funeral will be held 1 PM August 4th at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Helena. Memorial donations are suggested to the Peace Hospice of Great Falls. Born June 2, 1944 in Great Falls. He grew up the second oldest of 8 children on a farming homestead just outside of Great Falls. Helping his father he took naturally to big trucks and farm equipment. He joined the Army as a teen and served in Vietnam from 1966 through 1967 during the big buildup period. "You name it, we hauled it!", he said. He returned to Great Falls and married a nurse named Carolynne Yvonne "Happy" Gorseth in 1972. They raised 3 children; Sheree Nelson (husband Jamie) of Great Falls; Heather Mann of Littleton, Colorado; and Jeff Mann (wife Dawn) also of Great Falls. He was a Life Member of both VFW posts: 4198 in Belt, Montana and 8242 in Yuma, Arizona. While raising his family John enjoyed off-road motorcycling and camping. Often taking the family to camp in the Hughesville area. He made his living working and driving for farms large and small, mostly in Montana. After retiring from driving anhydrous fertilizer trucks he purchased an RV. Wintering in Arizona he enjoyed traveling and socializing. He found a special friend in Mary Smith and they traveled together with their dog Odie. John was a man who worked hard and enjoyed the simple things. He considered his friends family. John was preceded in death by his wife Carolynne Yvonne "Happy" Mann, parents John Sr and Margaret Mann, and his brother Richard Mann. John is survived by his brothers: Jerry Mann (wife Kathy) of Great Falls; Edward Mann (wife Sharon) of Spokane, Washington; Dale Mann (wife Sue) of Great Falls; and brother-in-law Mark Gorseth (wife Carol) of Missoula. He is also survived by his sisters: Beverly Bryan (husband Patrick) of Great Falls; Donna Mann of North Ogden, Utah; and Kathy "KT" Hall (husband Kyron) of Great Falls. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.croxfordfuneralhome.com
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Published in Great Falls Tribune on July 28, 2015
Marxer, Barbara  
Barbara L. Marxer Missoula —Barbara Lynn (Stevens) Marxer, 67, of Missoula, passed away peacefully on Saturday July 25, 2015 at home surrounded by her family, after a lengthy battle with breast cancer. She was born on March 18, 1948 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Frederick J. and Dorothy A. Stevens. As a young girl, Barbara accompanied her Air Force Family to seven different stations over 21 years, ending in Great Falls, Montana. She graduated in 1966 from Custer County High School in Miles City. She then went on to graduate with a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from Montana State University in 1970. She was blessed to meet the love of her life, Neal Marxer, while attending MSU. On June 13, 1970, she married Neal Marxer, of Missoula, Montana in Great Falls. The couple immediately moved to Missoula, where Neal was employed at the Frenchtown paper mill. Barbara worked in Missoula as a nurse until starting her family in 1973 with the birth of her first daughter, Noel. A second daughter, Joanna, soon followed in 1977. She remained devoted to her family as a stay at home mother, and was very active in Holy Family Catholic Church, Christian Women's Club of Missoula, and the Cursillo Movement. Barbara earned her second bachelor's degree from the University of Montana in 1992, with a double major in social work and psychology. After graduation, she joined the Missoula City-County Health Department and began her public health nursing career. At the health department, she advocated for underserved populations and retired in 2011. During this time, she also served as the parish nurse for Holy Family. Barbara was blessed with her first granddaughter, Ryann Osterman, in 2005. Ryann's brother Parker followed in 2007, and the family welcomed a second granddaughter, Lily Goodman, in 2010. She adored all her grandchildren with her entire heart, and spent her retirement caring for them and planning fun new activities each time they visited her. She also enjoyed creating a beautiful flower garden at her home, and scrapbooking. Barbara and Neal joined St. Anthony's parish, and Barbara was instrumental in starting Family Promise of Missoula there, providing service to homeless families in Missoula. She had a generous heart, and a real spirit for helping those in need. During her career and volunteer work, she helped unwed and low-income mothers, HIV positive individuals, the poor, and the homeless. She was an influential mentor, and inspired several women in their nursing careers including her sister Kim, her daughter Joanna, and several young mothers she met while working in public health. Survivors include her husband, Neal, Missoula; daughter Noel (Darin) Osterman, Belt; daughter Joanna (Chuck) Goodman, Missoula; four sisters and their families, Kathy (John) Zeeck, Helena, Colleen Ryan, Phoenix, Lisa (Dean) Blomquist, Ryegate, and Kim (Tom) Drynan of Vancouver, Washington, as well as her mother Dorothy A. Stevens, Vancouver; many nieces, nephews, cousins, and three grandchildren. A rosary vigil is scheduled at St. Anthony's Catholic Church on Sunday August 2, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. in Missoula. A funeral mass will follow on Monday August 3 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Anthony's. Burial will follow Tuesday, August 4 at 11:00 a.m. in Great Falls at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Garden City Funeral Home is assisting the family. The family sincerely thanks Hospice of Missoula for the loving care they provided during the months prior to her death. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in Barbara's name to: Hospice of Missoula 800 Kensington Avenue, #204 Missoula, MT 59801 Missoula Family Promise PO Box 5882 Missoula, MT 59806
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Published in Great Falls Tribune on July 28, 2015
McNicol, Eldon  
Eldon J. McNicol Helena —Eldon J. McNicol, 77, passed away of natural causes on July 15, 2015 in Helena. He was born November 17, 1937 in Great Falls to Murray and Margaret McNicol. He was a 1955 graduate of Great Falls High School. E.J. McNicol graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Montana State College in 1959. It was at Montana State that McNicol met his future wife of 54 years, Patricia Plumlee. They were married on the Montana State campus on November 25, 1960. In addition to his wife Patricia, McNicol is survived by son, James McNicol and wife Cindy of Farmington, New Mexico; daughter, Susan McNicol and friend Kate Herron of Helena; and daughter, Marcia Rohrer and husband Travis of Helena. Other survivors include granddaughter Sheila, husband Maurice Quaintance, and baby Kyra of Jacksonville, Florida; grandson Michael McNicol of Farmington, New Mexico; and sister-in-law Carol Irwin and husband Gary of Moraga, California. McNicol, known to some as "Mick" and to others as "Mac", worked 21 years for The Anaconda Company in Columbia Falls and in the Great Falls area. The McNicol family lived for nineteen years on Smelter Hill, near Black Eagle. After the closure of Anaconda, McNicol spent eighteen years with Montana Power Company in Colstrip; at Rainbow Dam, near Great Falls; and in Butte. Eldon McNicol was a Registered Professional Engineer in Montana and he held Montana Water, Waste Water, and Water Treatment Operators Licenses. He had an Honorable Discharge from the US Naval Reserve. Organizations to which McNicol belonged include: American Society of Mechanical Engineers; American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers; Montana Society of Engineers; Great Falls Jaycees; Great Falls Area Chamber of Commerce, Black Eagle Civic Club; Forward Great Falls; Junior Achievement of Great Falls; Colstrip Townsite Expansion Property Owner's Association; Rosebud Photo Society; Montana Dixieland Society; and the Montana Historical Society. For several years he was an Adult Education and Community College photography instructor for Miles Community College, Colstrip Public Schools, and Great Falls Public Schools. McNicol's photos have appeared in "Montana, the Magazine of Western History", "Montana Magazine", and "The Mississippi Rag", a nationally-distributed music newspaper published in Minneapolis. His pictures also appeared in several publications of the Montana Travel Office and other state publications. For ten years McNicol was the volunteer photographer for Montana's Dixieland Jazz Festivals in Helena, Great Falls, and Kalispell. Remains have been cremated; no memorials are necessary. Please visit www.aswfuneralhome.com to offer a condolence to the family or to share a memory of Eldon.
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Published in Great Falls Tribune from July 19 to July 26, 2015
Miller, Ronald  
Ronald W. Miller Great Falls —Ronald W. Miller, 68, passed away on July 22, 2015. A loving father of his children, Ronald (Roxanne) Miller II, Shawn (Iris) Miller, Michelle (Smitty) Smith, from his marriage to Chris Chacon. Twenty years ago he met and married, Louise (Stone) Bury, and accepted two step daughters, Andrea (Kyle) Keller, and Jessica (John) Bury-Monks. Together they had Tyler Miller. He has 16 grandchildren. Ron's years as a commercial Glazier took the family from Alaska to Nevada. Ron had a love of fishing, hunting and the great outdoors that he passed on to his children and grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his daughter Michelle. Celebration of life will be held Sunday, July 26 at the Eagles Lodge, 1509 9th St S., Great Falls, Mt from 1-4 PM.
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Published in Great Falls Tribune on July 25, 2015
Moline, Sharon  
Sharon K. Moline Lewistown —Sharon Kay Moline 74 of Lewistown died early Sunday, July 26, 2015 in St. Vincent Healthcare of natural causes. She was born June 16, 1941 in Denver, CO the daughter of George Lee and Evelyn Lorraine (Gross) Jones. The family lived in San Francisco where she received her schooling graduating from High School in 1959. She then attended Community College in San Francisco until she moved to Hawaii where she worked as a Dental Assistant in 1962. She moved to Washington DC in 1963 and worked in a business office until moving to Fort Collins, CO where she worked for Larimore County from 1966 through 1971. On November 27, 1971 she was united in marriage to Gerald H. (Jerry) Moline in Fort Collins, CO. They lived in Sidney, NE until 1972 when they moved to North Platte, NE and in 1976 to Torrington, WY. In 1979 they moved to Lewistown where they raised their family. She worked for McDonald's from the mid 1990's to the mid 2000's, meeting many people she loved to visit with. Sharon loved animals, dogs and horses, enjoyed her flowers and was an excellent shot with a rifle and pistol. She is survived by her husband Jerry of Lewistown; sons Todd M. of Chinook, MT and Steve R. (Chassidy) of Billings, MT; two granddaughters Tyller Ann and Morgan Kay of Billings, MT; one brother Jeff Jones of Redwood City, CA and his children, Jeff Jr. and Aimee and Kim. Sharon also had a wonderful extended family spread throughout Montana, California and Colorado. She was preceded in death by her parents. Funeral Services for Sharon K. Moline will be Saturday, August 1, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. in the Cloyd Chapel with interment to be held in the Geraldine Cemetery at 2:30 p.m. The Cloyd Funeral Home is assisting the family. Friends are asked to make memorials to the K-M Scout Ranch, the USO - as Sharon was a strong supporter of our troops - or the charity of their choice and they may be left at the Cloyd Funeral Home. Condolences for the family may be posted online at www.cloydfuneralhome.com
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Published in Great Falls Tribune on July 30, 2015
Moran, Michael  
Michael Moran Michael Joseph Moran, 68, passed away peacefully at home with his wife and son by his side on July 19, 2015 after a hard-fought battle with cancer. He was born in Great Falls on Sept. 16, 1946, the first child of Merrill Arthur and Mary Ellis (nee Scott) Moran. He graduated from Great Falls High School in 1964. It was at that time when he moved to Billings, making it his home for the remainder of his life. Mike graduated from Eastern Montana College in 1972 with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Education. Mike met the love of his life, Marlene Marie Meyer, while working his way through college. They were married at St. Pius X Catholic Church on the 29 Dec 1972. To that union were born two children, Chad Michael Moran and Katie Michael Moran. Mike was the owner of Mike Moran Builders and was known for his master craftsmanship and perfectionism. He built many custom homes throughout Billings. Mike was predeceased by his precious daughter Katie, whose death in 1999 broke his heart; along with his parents and his youngest brother, Casey Moran. He is survived by his loving wife, Marlene, and his son Chad. He is also survived by a brother, John (Leslie) Moran, of Missoula, and a sister, Sue Moran, of Salt Lake City, in addition to many nieces and nephews and a dear and beloved friend Theresa Wehr. Memorials may be made to the Katie Moran Scholarship Fund through the Billings Area Catholic Education Trust (BACET) Services will be held Thursday morning, 10 am, in Billings. Arrangements are in the care of the staff at Dahl Funeral Chapel and memories may be shared at www.dahlfuneralchapel.com .
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Published in Great Falls Tribune on July 23, 2015
Morton, Timothy  
Timothy Morton Timothy Morton was born September 5, 1959 in Great Falls, Montana. He passed away unexpectedly June 19, 2015 in Reno, Nevada. He attended Whittier Elementary School in Great Falls, prior to relocating with his parents to Oregon, where he graduated from Cascade High School. He was a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity at the University of Oregon, majoring in marketing. After college he worked in the casino gaming industry in several marketing positions, including Harra's, Station Casino, and lastly as the Director of marketing for Truckee Gaming/Sands Regency in Reno. He was preceded in death by his parents Tom and Dora, and survived by brothers Tom (Marelyn) of Salem, Oregon, Terry (Nancy) of Great Falls, Tony (Vicki) of Portland, Oregon, his 2 dogs, several nieces and nephews, cousins and his many friends. He loved his work and co-workers at the Sands. His favorite place was Lake Tahoe, where he skied and mountain biked. He remained an avid U of O Duck fan. A celebration of his life will be held at the Sands Regency, August 1st at 2:00 pm, in Reno.
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Published in Great Falls Tribune on July 26, 2015
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