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SIDNEY HERALD Obituaries William R. (Spud) Bibeau 1935-2019 William R. (Spud) Bibeau, age 83, of Jor- dan, MT passed away on March 5. 2019, at the Garfield County Health Center in Jordan. Bill was born in Malta, on May 30, 1935 to Ray and Mae (Hardin) Bibeau. He grew up and attended schools in Malta and the surrounding areas, wherever his mother was teaching school at the time, andgradu- ated from high school in Lewistown. Spud married‘Gail Young in 1955 and they' had three children: Tanna, Mark and Mike. They divorced in 1977. In the 1960’s Bill went back to school and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology. From then on he was our “bug guy”. He worked doing auto body repair for the Pio- neer Garage and others before eventually start- ing “Bill’s Auto Body” where he taught Mark the trade as well. = He was married for a short time to Mardella (Marty) Bibeau. He was then married to Illa Gibson Bibeau for nine years and was a father figure to her three children: Stacey, Jeannie, and Cody. He and Glenda Reynolds shared a very special bond for many years as well. Bill enjoyed owning and running the show house (Rio Theater) in Jordan in the mid 70’s and really enjoyed a good movie. Sometimes he would have a mid- night showing. He was most comfort- able outdoors, especial- ly to hunt and fish and pick berries. He made thoughtful gestures by delivering fish or her- ries to people who were unable to get them themselves. He also delivered minnows to Hell Creek Marina and Kibler Outfitting. He knew his fish! When he was more confined to the in— doors, he enjoyed watching game shows, Larry’s Country Diner, and Molly B’s Polka. Party on TV or play- ing solitaire against . two very special ladies over the computer. It gave him pleasure to tend to his 13 outdoor cats. ,1 Bill will probably be most remembered for his ability to tell jokes. He carried a “jokeibook” in his shirt pocket until one of his wives washed it. He loved to visit with people. If he gave you a nickname, consider yourself one of the special people in his life. Bill had a good time travelling with Jerry Hensleigh or Dean and Tanna to Will and Kat- ies sporting events. He never missed watching Johnna in the Christ- mas programs at Sand Springs. He enjoyed sharing fishing stories with Dylan and Kaden and talking with Kolton about his pet rubber boa snake. He just plain got a “kick” out of Addison and l time x to ring Kyron. Spud is survived by his daughter, Tanna (Dean) Rogge of Sand Springs; his grand- kids: Tonya (Kevin) South of Bainville, Denver Hensleigh of Miles City, Johnna (Blase) Roskelley of Miles City, and Ashley Ryan of Rio Rancho, , N.M.: great-grandkids: William South, Katie South, Dylan Butler, ‘ Kolton Hensleigh, Kaden Hensleigh, Ad- dison Roskelley, Kyron Roskelley, Vera Sama- rio, Sylis Samario and Sheila Samario; Broth- er Richard (Dick) and Coley Bibeau of Fort Mohave, Ari'z., and nieces Dalene Hicks, and Babby Skowyra. He was preceded in death by both sons: Mike in 1996 and Mark in 2017, eX—wives Gail Bibeau Ady and Illa Bi- beau and step daughter Jeannie Gibson Cold— well. ‘ ‘ Visitation will be held on Monday, March 18, 2019, at Stevenson & Sons Fu— neral home in Jordan with family receiving friends from 3-6 pm. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 1 pm. at the VFW Hall in Jordan. Interment will follow in the fam‘ ily lot of the Pioneer Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting: wwwstevenso— Should friends desire memorials may be made to the Garfield County Health Center, the Garfield County Search and Rescue or to the Jordan swim- ming pool. Beaver Creek Cream" i 15i- ‘Qi Witt-111 We? 1:1 this 1111:: I 11111171 'l-‘1111‘111111 1 111 in I" lit.) 228 N Main ST ' Watford City, ND 1| 701-495-2480 Mon-Fri: 10am 5pm 0 Satztoam 2pm ‘ 1 “7 ‘ ‘~ it James A. ‘Jim’ Golden, age 93, of Helena, passed away March 10, 2019. ' Burial with mili- tary honors was 3111111111, MARCH 17, i019 3A Jack Ray Burgess 19612019 scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, March 15, 2019, at the Montana State Veterans Cem- etery, Ft. Harrison. Please visit www. Jack Ray Burgess was Jack left us all on Mon- born on Oct. 25, 1961, to day, Feb. 25, 2019, after 3 Richard and Marie Bur- battle with kidney disease. gess in Jordan. ,, Our beloved husband, He attended school in dad, brother, uncle, Papa Jordan. He started his and friend will be forever working life early mak— missed, but will live on in ing trips out to the family our hearts. ranch to help where it was He is survived by his lov- needed. After completing ing wife, Medora Burgess, school he moved to Miles Sidney. Four children; City, where he worked Ray Burgess, Clara(Cole) several jobs. Workingby Stenson, Casey Burgess day at the Airport Inn he “‘ and Rachelle Burgess, all would walk 510 miles up man, working var}qu of Sidney. Seven grand- the hill to cook, and then at Jobs ttuoughouthlslife children; Aaliya and Kylie night wouldbartend at the fmm custpm harvestms, Burgess-Cruz,Anthoni sundanoe Inn construction to drivmg for McLaughlin, Kynke But. One night while bartend- the 10031 Wl- , ler, Chasen Burgess, Maizy ing, on his 231dbirtMay, he Asafamflythey emoyed andTyStenson. Sisters met Medora Fretland who fishinsycampmsfind Cathy(John)McKeever, was outwith friends on famfly mests favqute Jordan, Mt. Joanne (Bob) college night. It was love at “111183 m_ life were hls ’ Priebe, Helena, Brothers first sight, he would walk fafmly, his dog TuCkeI‘, Dale Daniel Burgess, Jordan, across town and wait until Earnhardt 51; JOhn Wayne, Robert Burgess, Jordan, Medora was done with her 509:, 703. and $03 MUSIC, his Mt and many nieces and classes. chlldren’sfrlends whom he nephews as well as many . On May 25, 1985, they 10Ved as 1015 0W and meet ‘adoptive’ children. were united in marriage Of all when he became a Memorial Service for in Miles City To this union Papa. HIS grandchlldren Jack Ray Burgess, 57, will they were blessed with were thehghts of hlshfe. beheld on Friday, March four children, Ray, Clara, There wasn’t mueh more 15, at 1 pm. at the Sidney Casey and Rachelle. Jack he loved more than those Elks Lodge. was a very hard working grand-kidS. p Anme M. Franck i 93 2-201 9 neighborhood. Fuheral services for Ann became a resident Annie M. Franck, 86 of of the Glendive Extended Glendive, MT formerly of Care in May of 2016. She Sidney, MT are at 2:00 PM, passed away peacefully Friday March 15, 2019, at at the Glendive Extended the Bella Lutheran Church Care on Saturday March 9, in Sidney with Pastor 2019, at the age of 86, sur- Audrey Rydbom officiat- rounded by her family ._ ing. Interment will be the Ann is survived by son, Sidney Cemetery Sidney Tim (Sandy) Franck, Sid- MT under the care of Fqu— ney MT; four daughters. ersonvStevenson Funeral s . Julie Vogele, Glendive, MT, Home of Sidney. Visitation in D tckinson, ND, They JoAnn (Duke) Brekhus, Will be on Thursday, March made their home in South Kirkland, WA, Penny 14, 2019, from 10 AM to 6 Heart, ND and Savage, MT (Steve) Brown, Sidney, PM and Friday, March 15, in early years. They moved MT, and Josie (Richard) 2019, from 10 AM till noon to Sidney in 1965, Riedel, Fairview, MT, at the funeral home and Ann was a member of her seven grandchildren, one hour before service Pena Lumeran Chumh, Aliese Franck Wells, Bill at the church. Remem- Sidney Senior Citizens and . and Bryan Franck, Chris brances, condolences and Glendive Senior Citizens, and Nick Brown, Zyon and pictures may be shared The highlight of Annls-ljfe Frankie Joe Riedeleandio with the family at www. was caring for her famfly great-grandchildren; sister, fulkersonscom. She loved family gather- Alma Heifer; brother, Art Ann was born on July ings and attending an the Gatzke; and Long-time 27, 1932 to Gust and Alma grandchfldren’s events, friend, Eva Kuylen. (Geintz) Gatzke in DeSart, She enjoyed the many card She was preceded in ND. Ann attended school games of pmocme, whist, death by her parents; her in New England, ND. Ann ' and “nick ” played by all, husband Joe, three broth- was united in marriage Ann spent many hours in ers, one sister, three step on October 30, 1951, to her yard and garden and children and one 80an- Joseph Franck at the St. keeping an “eye” on the law. John’s Lutheran Church James A. 11111 Golden aswfuneralhomecom to offer a condolence to the family or to share a memory of Jim. éSign! NEW PackageSl NEWSPl __ll, means NEW CUSTOMERS- for your business! ‘ Cali today to set up an appointment. to see all the ’NEW’ we have to «offer! 433~12403 We,