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Glasgow - Joseph Braaten, 9, of Wolf Point, died in a bicycle-vehicle collision, Monday, July 23, in Glasgow.

Funeral services are 11 a.m. today at Assembly of God Church in Glasgow. Interment to follow at Galpin Cemetery near Fort Peck. Clayton-Stevenson Memorial Chapel is handling arrangements.

Joseph Calhoone Braaten was born to Larry and DeLee Braaten December 28, 2002, in Wolf Point. He attended elementary school in Tucson, Ariz.

Joseph enjoyed watching WWE Wrestling (especially John Cena), fixing everything around the house (whether broken or not), and helping his father. He was a music guru. He also was an origami master and a paper airplane king.

Joseph was always smiling and looking on the bright side of everything. He was protective of his mom and sister. His family called him "BoBo". He was always willing to give a hand and learn something new. Joseph was better known to most people as "JoJo." He was so full of life, yet he had a touch of attitude to let you know that he had STYLE. He kept his mom and sister on their toes, but he would quickly back either of them up in a heartbeat. If someone else would be upset, he would always try to lift their spirits by doing anything and everything to make them smile (even if it would be at his own expense). JoJo will always be loved from head to toe and from infinity and beyond.

Joseph is survived by his mother, DeLee Hustad Braaten of Wolf Point; father Larry Braaten of Wolf Point; brother Christian Hustad of Tucson; sister Torrance Braaten of Wolf Point; grandmother Barb Hustad of Wolf Point; grandparents Tammy (Rod) Cornwell of Tucson and David (Mary Ann) Braaten of St. Marie; uncles Rusty (Monica) Hustad of Flaxville and Jerett (Erin) Braaten of Glasgow; and his numerous extended family members.

Joseph was preceded in death by his grandparents, Bill and Wanda; his great-great-grandparents; his great-great-uncles Lowel and Lyle Nelson; and his great-grandma Marion Nichols.

Condolences may be posted online at www.gftribune.com/obituaries.

Published in Great Falls Tribune on July 28, 2012
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