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SIDNEY HERALD SUNDAY, JAN. i3, 2018 3 Thomas lorenz i955 2019 Funeral services for Thomas Lorenz, 63, of Sidney, are Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, at 10 am. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Sidney with Pastor Rolf Preus officiating. Visitation was on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, from 12-6 pm. at Fulkerson— Stevenson Memorial Chapel. Interment will be in the Richland Me- morial Park Cemetery in Sidney under the care of Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney. Remembrances, condo- lences and pictures may be shared with the family at wwwfiilkersonscom. Thomas passed away Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019, at the Sidney Health Center Emergency Room, Sid- ney. Thomas Scott Lorenz was born on June 16, 1955, to Victor and Rose Buxbaum Lorenz. He was baptized and con- firmed at Ebenezer Con- gregational Church. He attended Sidney Public Schools and graduated with the class of 1973. On his 18th birthday, he met his future wife, Marilynn Deines, at the infamous Triangle Nite Club. They were married on June 5, 1976, at Trin- ity Lutheran Church in Sidney. Tom and Mari- lynn were blessed with four beautiful daughters. Tom thought the world of his girls, sharing his favorite hunting and fishing experiences. He also taught his girls to be kind, loving and indepen- r" fl RN r w 5“" dent adults, leading them by example. The added bonus was continuing the same values with his grandkids. .Tom enjoyed working with people, especially farmers which led him to his 21 year career with Betaseed. He also raised sugar beets, hay and cattle along the way. Some of his most mem- orable times were spent with the Betaseed Family on incentive trips. Which he never took for granted but thought of as a bless- ing. At the time of his passing he was employed by Fastenal, where he continued to work in the community he loved. Tom was preceded in death by his parents Victor and Rose, broth- ers Steve and Monte, and sister Jolene Stinchfield. He is survived by his wife Marilynn, daugh- ters Melissa (Lee) Mocko, Beth (Gary) Brien, Laura (John Finn), and Shevon (Chris) Atwood, and grandchildren Janelle and Dylan Brien, Jaida and Kaidon Mocko, Mar- cus Finn, and Kinley and Jackson Atwood. Obituaries leota Murle (Gregg) Johnson i940 2019 In the morning of Jan. 6, 2019, Leota passed peacefully in her home at the age of 78 from natural causes. Leota Murle Gregg arrived into this world on June 28, 1940, the first child of Robert Gast Gregg Jr. and Dorothy Maxine ‘ (Moore) Gregg in Savage. She was named after her two grandmothers Cecelia Leota (Gear) Gregg and Nina Murle (Howard) Moore. She spent most of her early years in Savage, with a short time in Bremerton, Wash., dur- ing the war where her father was working in the shipyards. She was joined in 1942 by her brother Bill and in 1951 by her sister Joleen. She was very close to her grandparents, and many aunts and uncles from both the Moore and Gear parts of the family as she grew up in Savage. She was the first member of her family to join the congrega- tional church in Savage beginning her life long journey of faith with our Lord Jesus Christ. She developed many lifelong friendships with her classmates which she cherished and enjoyed. In 1958, she graduated from Savage High School and moved to Sidney to work. It was during this time that she met the love of her life Henry T. Johnson, spending time at the Triangle Nite Club dining and dancing Theodore "Butch" Jensen Funeral services for Theodore “Butch” Jensen, 78, Aztec, N.M., formerly of Sidney, are pending at the Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney que, N.M. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at wwwfulkersonscom. Theodore “Butch” passed away, Jan. 10, 2019, at the VA Hospital, Albuquer- See Carlsen obituary, page 5 Did you know that you can report sexual harassment in housing to the US Department of Justice (DOJ)? You can file a report anonymously if you don’t want to give your name. After you report, the DOJ will investigate to legal tip DOJ. See if there is a pattern and practice of harassment by the housing provider. You can file an individual discrimina- tion complaint with HUD or Montana Human Rights Bureau, as well as to the New Year, New Hours... More to Offer / Dr. Lisa Rosa Re , Family Medicine Primary Care - Cold and flu symptoms o Ear infections I - Sore throat - Urinary tract infections - Cuts, lacerations and wound care - Sprains and initial broken bone assessments - Abscess incisions and drainage - Eye foreign object assessments Drop-in and see us today for non-urgent medical care. Sidney Health Centers Walk-In ' Clinic is expanding its hours and services to betteraccommodate the general public. The Weekday Walk—In Clinic will be open Monday through Friday 7AM — 6:30PM, providing same day care for those who are seeking initial treatment for a variety of health conditions, including: Caring for patients on weekdays are Dr. Lisa Rosa Ré and Joshua Deschaine, Physician Assistant to Dr. 0. Pete Council, walk-in clinic medical director. Please note: Patients with chronic health concerns may be referred for follow-up care to one of Sidney .Health Center’s doctors. JAN-07.2019 WEEKDAYS 7:00AM —. 6:30PM Joshua Desctiaine, Physician AssistanttoDr. 0. Pete Council SATURDAY StafiedbyDtLisahosaheand 9AM - 1'2PM Staffed byliotating Wthiden r WALK-IN CIC .— ‘ . : iii through their courtship. On Dec. 13, 1959, they were married at the Con- gregational church in Savage. Their early years were spent travelling around the MonDak area following Henry and his construction jobs. They welcomed their first son Bryan into their lives on Dec. 2, 1960, in Sidney. Followed by Kent on April 15, 1962, in Miles City and daughter Oindy on March 12, 1964, in Sidney. In 1967, they came to roost in Sidney, when Bryan began school. Shortly after moving to Sidney Leota began working at the Richland County Treasurer’s office until one day Ole 'Grinolds came up and lured her to the Sheriffs office where she worked as a deputy sheriff and other roles for the department until her retirement in 2006. She was an avid, ac- complished cook and baker. She enjoyed cook- ing for family, friends and any stray folks that might happen to be by. Long remembered for her abundant and Mass of the Christian Burial for Car- la Malsam, 73, of Fairview, is pending at the St. Catherine’s Catholic Church, Fairview with Father Jim O’Neil as presider. Interment will be in the Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, N.D., under the delicious feasts by all who her crossed her door. A competitive, accomplished card and game player she enjoyed a good game with her family and friends. Often coming out on top during many of these “games”. She loved playing Bingo, Bonco and was avidly playing pinochle. She enjoyed her trips to Deadwood, Mexico and Alaska after her retirement. She gave her time to a large number of organi- zations and was often the first to volunteer, always helping other people. Ev- erywhere she went she devoted time, prayer, de- termination and energy to the congregatidns she belonged. She is fondly remembered by her UCC congregations in Savage, Sidney and Miles City. Her many battles with cancer led her to become very involved in Relay for Life and other charitable activities and events. After Henry’s passing in 2009 she spent many days at the fam- ily cabin in Fort Peck, watching the boats go by and supporting the local theatre by attending many productions. Leota was preceded in death by her husband, Henry T. Johnson, par- ents Robert and Maxine Gregg, grandparents Em and Murle Moore, brother Bill Gregg, sister in law Joann Cotter. Leota is survived by her sons Bryan (Janet) Carla Malsom Johnson, Arden Hills, Minn., Kent (Patty) John- son- St. Michael, Minn., daughter Cindy (Dale) Berg, Miles City. Grand- children Chase (Jennee) Berg, Billings, Cord (Destiny) Berg, Billings, Levi Johnson, Arden Hills Minn., Noah John- son, Arden Hills, Addie Johnson, St. Michael, Minn., Katie Johnson, St. Michael, Minn., Bridget Johnson, St. Michael, sister Jolene (Gregg) Taylor, brother in law Cody Taylor, sister in law Linda Gregg and brother in law Ernie Cot- ter Jr. as well as many nephews and nieces. Great-granddaughter Addison and baby Faith Berg who we are waiting for her arrival. She also leaves behind her faithful grandpuppy Cassy. Memorials may be made to Relay for Life, Fort Peck Theater or charity of one’s choice. Visitation was held on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, at Stevenson Sons Funeral Home in Miles City with family receiv- ing friends from 1-4 pm. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, at 11 am. at Peoples Congregational Church in Sidney. Interment will follow in the Riverview Cem- etery in Savage. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting: wwwstevenso- nandsonscom. care of Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney. ‘ Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at wwwfulkersonscom. RE YOU THE AREA’ CUTEST COUPLE? Enter to WI .’l‘,to...s.l.dne erald’com n) n_ ~“it‘r'Carl‘at passed away on weanesaay" " ‘ Jan. 9, 2019, in Salt Lake City, Utah. S