Bernard Joseph "Bud" Majerus
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BILLINGS - Bernard Joseph "Bud" Majerus, 87, of Billings, a decorated World War II Army Air Corps veteran and former Great Falls air-traffic controller, died of natural causes Friday in Billings.
His memorial service is 3 p.m. Wednesday at Dahl Funeral Home in Billings.
Survivors include daughters Mary Foote and Ginny Murray, both of Vancouver, Wash., and Kristie Walker of Portland, Ore.; and sons Dan Majerus of Co-lumbus, Doug Majerus of Walla Walla, Wash., and Mike Majerus of Billings; a brother, Donald (Georgian) Majerus of Billings; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Marjorie Majerus, and a granddaughter.


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Published in Great Falls Tribune on Jun. 22, 2008.
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June 22, 2008
Dear Majerus Family: Please accept our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Your father was my dad's pilot (The Virgin Vampire) 487th BG, 838 Squadron. We just put my father to rest two weeks ago. These were brave young men who went to war, fought for our freedom, and came back to the US and worked hard. They truly were men of the "Greatest Generation" and we I know were are all proud to have called them our dad's. I know our dad's did not get the opportunity to see each other very much when they returned so I guess they are now sitting side by side and catching up. It would be great to have any or all of you attend the reunions. The younger generation is working hard to continue these reunions so our father's can be remembered. Go to the 487th website and it has all the registration forms etc.

God Bless you all and cherish all the wonderful memories. Our best to you

The Family of Don Denbeck (tailgunner)
Deb Denbeck and Darlene Denbeck

Deb: 42-490-7506 debradenbeck@creighton.edu
Deb Denbeck
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