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WILLIAM EVERETT BROOKINGS (1920 - 2013)

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William "Bill" Everett Brookings, 92, of Great Falls, died of natural causes Friday, January 18, 2013 at a local hospice facility.

Cremation has taken place. A memorial service in noon, Saturday, February 9, at Croxford Funeral & Crematory, 1307 Central Ave. in Great Falls.

Bill was born November 21, 1920, to Walter and Clara Brookings in South Dakota. He was one of eight children.

Bill joined the United States Coast Guard and while stationed in Astoria, Ore., he met and married Gladys "Mickie" Klausen on January 1, 2944. Together they bore three children and eventually moved to Great Falls.

Bill was a machinist at the Anaconda Co. He later became a real estate broker. He was active in the Cascade County Sheriff's Posse. He was always known as a great storyteller, and he authored two books. He also sculpted several bronzes.

He is survived by his daughter Susie (Dan) Dailey of Great Falls; grandchildren Julie (Randy) Brewer, Shawn (Reid) Barton, Josh (Katie) Kavulla of Washington, Jake Fagan and Kassie Fagan; son-in-law Dave Fagan of Brady; eight great-grandchildren; sister Doris Kester of Washington and numerous nieces and nephews who called him "Uncle Eddie".

He was preceded in death by his beloved wife; son Billie; daughter Debbie Fagan; seven of his siblings; parents; and several nieces and nephews.

He will be missed by his family and friends, but his colorful stories will live on in our hearts and memories forever.

The family is grateful for all the wonderful support given by the Cambridge Place gang and the angelic care given by Peace Hospice staff and volunteers.

Memorials may be made to Peace Hospice, 1101 26th Street South, Great Falls, MT 59405.

Condolences may be posted online at: www.croxfordfuneralhome.com and/or www.gftribute.com/obituaries.
Published in Skagit Valley Herald Publishing Company on Feb. 2, 2013
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