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' SIDNEY HERALD Funeral services for Robert Bieber, 66, of Fairview, were Friday, March 8, 2019 at 10 am. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Sidney with Pastor Rolf Preus of- ciating. Visitation was Thurs- day, March 7, 2019 from noon to 5 pm. at Fulker son-Stevenson Memorial Chapel. Interment will be in the Fairview Cem- etery in Fairview under the care of Fulkerson- Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney. Remembrances, condo- lences and pictures may be shared with the fam- ily at wwwfulkersons. com. Robert Bieber, 66, Fairview, went to be with his heavenly father on March 3, 2019. Bobwas born on Feb. 26, 1953, in Sidney, Montana to George and Alvina (Klein) Bieber. He grew up on the family farm northeast of Fairview, the young- est of ve children. He attended East Fairview Elementary School, and Funeral services for Mark Iszler, 53, of Sidney are at 10 am, Saturday, March 9, 2019, at the i. Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Sid ney with Pastor David Huskamp of ciating. Interment will be in the Sidney Cemetery under the care of the Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney. Remembrances, condo- lences and pictures may be shared with the fam- ily at wwvrtfulkersons. com. , Visitation was on Fri- day, March 8, 2019, from 10 am. to 6 pm. at the funeral home and .one hour before service at the church. Mark Norman Iszler was born in Elgin, N.D to Norman and Doris (Schock) Iszler on Jan. 31, 1966. He was raised Obituaries Robert Bieber 19532019 graduated from Fairview High School in 1971. On Sept. 11, 1971, he married his high school sweetheart, Arlene Rudolph. They had two children Ryan in 1973 and Melissa in 1975. During and after high school, Bob assembled and repaired New Holland swathers and balers. He eventually went back to work on the . family farm. Later, he found a lot of enjoy- ment hauling crude oil. He was a dedicated and hard working person who took a lot of pride in what he was doing. Bob had many side busi- Mark Iszler 1966-2019 and educated in New Leipzig, N.D. Mark met Sheila Emly the fall of 1985. 'I h eybe- '" came engaged at Christ- 26, 1986. Mark worked in the computer world at Jamestown College, Sidney Data Process- ing, Omni Electronics, Electricland and Sidney nesses and, following in his father s footsteps, invented several pieces of equipment. Bob was a dedicated and active member of St. John s Lutheran Church. He had a patient and kind soul with a smile that lite up any room. He loved to be with his family and friends, par- ticularly special to him was time spent with his brothers and his grand- sons. He is survived by wife Arlene, daughter Me- lissa (Jason) Elletson, Fairview, and grandsons Adam and Dylan. He is also survived by broth- ers, Harlow (AnnaBelle) Bieber, Larry Bieber, Jim (Linda) Bieber and Sister-in-law Sammie (Lloyd) Lester. Also sur- viving him are numer- ous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents George and Alvina Bieber, son Ryan Bieber and brother Ervin Bieber as well as several brother and sisters-in-law. Public Schools. Mark passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019, at the Sidney Health Center. . Mark is survived by: his wife of 32 years, Sheila; his parents; his son, Steven Iszler of Sidney; his daughters, Jennifer (Devin) Lear of Sidney and Megan (Chance) Spaabeck of Mandan, N.D.; his broth- ers, David (Sheryl) Iszler of Glendale, Ariz and Paul (Melissa) Iszler of Gillette, Wyo.; his sister, Karentsam). Hanson of Bismarck, N.D.; and his seven raiiddhildren. mas and married on/Ju lyi" g ' Mark was pre'ce'ded in, death: by his grandpar- ents Gotthilf and Anna (Alt) Iszler and John and Edna (Vetter) Schock; his sister, Eileen Iszler; and his in-laws Milo and Donna (Yadon) Emly. Recognize a physician on National Doctors Day Doctors spend their lives helping and healing others, and in 1990, Con- gress passed and Presi- dent George H. Bush signed a bill into law proclaiming March 30, as National Doctors Day. Celebration of this day has grown from simply expressing our gratitude to our physicians to using this day as an op- portunity to share some positive messages for the medical profession. As part of National Doctors Day, the Founda- tion for Community Care invites you to recognize a special physician who cared for you or a loved one. Let your physician know how much they are appreciated ~ your words and support are the most powerful source ALL INDUSTRIES of gratitude. In addition to the over 20 highly skilled physi- cians who are af li- ated with Sidney Health Center, the Foundation is proud to support doc- tors who ensure quality care for all of Richland County, from dentists to optometrists. , Please send your mes- sage of appreciation to mass the Foundation for Com- munity Care at mboyer@ foundationforcommu-, or call . the Foundation at (406) 488-2273. Community members may also make a con- tribution in honor of a physician at https:// foundationforcommuni- HOME DECOR - FAHUSE KITCHEN - SEASONAL pecan AD MORE 323 2nd Ave SE Sidnev (406) 433-621 9 SEMLANNUAL JOB FAIR Rough Rider Center 3,-00~7:00PM Watford City, ND EmployerRegisaation Deadline: 3/13/19 Spa q R my swam, Nam, Dakota ,2' McKenzie County Job Development Authority l Alt 0 Wattard City area Chamber of Commerce 5 Western Regional Economic Development 3:00 - 3:30 Veteran Preference 3:30 7:00 General Admission Canaan!) Service North 001m 701~774-7900 inio) 5 Milestone SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 12019 3A CENTER: AREA IS FORTUNATE TO HAVE QUALITY CANCER (ARE FROM PAGE 1A to have the most compre- S.D Fargo, ND, and and administrators. hensive cancer care for Seattle, Wash said Dr. Dr. Chad Pedeljsen, people anywhere. And Ralf Kiehl, radiation medical OHCOIOgISt, we can do that, he said. oncologist. noted, We haVe a really Sidney Health Center We re very lucky to SDeCIal Cancer Cente . features the latest Tomo- have this, Kiehl said. That s Why I m SO EXClted Therapy radiation equip- Pedersen added, We to be here. I ment. The next closest really want to be a center The Sldney native . places that provide that of excellence. stressed that his goal is service are Rapid, City, Police beut m Feb. 28 Larry Lee DiII, 64, Sidney, was arrested for driving a motor vehicle while suspended or revoked, alluding a peace officer, obstructing a peace officer, reckless driving and resisting arrest. Bond was set Sidney, was arfesti deor destruction of a communica- tion device, partner or family member assault, stranguIation of a partner or family member and unlawful restraint. No bond was set. Naomi Paulette Carter, 38, Sid- pering with a communication device and partner or family member assault. Bond was set at $I ,500. " March 3 Brian Matthew Whited, 34, Sidney, was arrested for obstructing a peaceofftcer and at $4,075. ney, was arrested for violating disorderly conduct. Bond was March T a protective order, first offense. set at $520. Andrew Scott PanneI, 29, Sid- Bond was set at $5,000. March 4 > 1' ney, was arrested an authority March 2 Michael Gary Wqu, 33, Sidney, Jacob Adam McIeod Jr 28, Sidney, was arrested for crimi- naI possession of a dangerous drug and criminal posses- sion of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set at $5,000. He was additionally arrested on was arrested an authority of a warrant issued by Sidney City Court for failure to appear. Bond was set at $500. March Terry Alan DesiarIais, 29, Sid- ney, was arrested for partner of a warrant issued by Sidney City Court for faiIure to ap pear. Bond was set at $500. Donald Garvin Magee, 24, Sheriff s report authority of a warrant issued or family member assault. No by Sidney City Court for tam- bond was set. Feb. 23 Ezekiel Gayton, 22, WendaII a g ergo NC, was arrested on authority k of a misdemeanor warrant is- sued by Cascade County, Great FaIIs, fora traffic offense. Bond was set at $90 Feb. 27 Charles K. Lawson, 26, Sidney, was arrested on authority of a probationary warrant. He was picked up and held then turned over to the detention center. Jacob E. Regalia, 30, Sidney, was served a probationary war- rant while already incarcerated. March 4 Ryan L. Hartup, 43, BlIIings, was arrested on authority of a war- rant out of YeIIowstone County fora traffic offense. Bond was set at $235. Statich The average number of inmates this week was T9 inmates. Booth Space N Private Party $20 Double Space 335 "- Business $30 Sponsored by: ligrrspapeis to BOOTH SPACE MUST BE PREI AID BY 3/ti l9 llMITED SPACE. 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