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“.11”: H's-unnu- SIDNEY HERALD,SUNDAY.JUNE 2,20I9 A3 MILESTONES OBITUARIES Joan Louise Hall, 89, Solen, passed ,away Fri- day, May 24, 2019, at CHI St. Alexius, Bismarck. Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 AM Wednes- day, May 29, 2019, at Capi- tal Christian Center with Rev. Dan Kent officiating. Visitation is scheduled for 5:00 7:00 PM with a shar- ing time beginning at 7:00 PM, at DaWise-Perry Fu- neral Services, Mandan. Visitation continues one hour prior to the service, at the church. Burial will be in Beach Cemetery, Beach, ND. Joan was born October 16, 1929, at Beach, ND, to Edward and Margaret (McManigal) Wentland. She was raised with her sister, Margie on the fam- ily ranch north of Beach where they rode a horse three miles to school. When the country school closed they moved to Beach for school and re- turned to the ranch on weekends and summers. After she graduated from Beach High School, in 1947 she worked ata bank in Beach. January of next year she went to Philadel- phia for six months before coming back to Beach to work in the bank for five more years then met the love of her life Donald Hall, from New Mexico. They were married on May 18, 1953. The couple settled on a ranch near Trotters, ND where their four children attended the Trotters country Joan Louise Hall, 89 school. The Halls bought a house in Sidney, MT so the children could attend high school with weekend and summers spent at the ranch. In 2005 they sold the ranch and bought an other near Solen, ND. Joan enjoyed crafts, coffee with friends, fam- ily, Bible studies, a good book and flowers. She enjoyed helping on the ranch and found pleasure in simple things such as springtime, Don bringing her crocuses, seeing the baby calves, enjoying her peonies and hearing the birds sing. She was also a very good cook and if you left the table hungry it was your own fault. She once cooked breakfast for 32 people on a July 4th when a storm blew in causing the campers to stay at the ranch as Bea- ver Creek flooded. Joan’s prayer was for her chil— dren, grandchildren, fam- ily and friends to know the Lord. She is survived by Her husband of 66 years, Don- ald; daughters, Loren (Jack) Gilpin, Kalispell, MT, and Carolyn (Mar- tin) Kilmer, Solen; sons, Craig (Peggy) Hall, and Doug (Jeanne) Hall both of Sidney, MT; sister, Margie Ekre, Mandan; grandchildren, Justin (Kari) Hall, Nikki Hall, Dustin (Elizabeth) Gilpin, Lane Hall, Jason (Sarina) Gilpin, Chase Hall, Tra- vis (Ruth) Kilmer, Rachel Gilpin, Jennifer Kilmer, Jamie (Matthew) Alt, and Heather Gilpin; great- grandchildren, Katelyn, Kendra and Brooklyn Hall, Esther, Martin, Chloe and Lydia Kilmer, Jacob and Levi Alt, and Daniel Gilpin; and many nieces and nephews. Joan was preceded in death by her parents, and brother-in-law Alan Ekre. Please sign her guest- book and share memories at www.dawiseperry.com. Funeral arrangements are being made with DaWise-Perry Funeral Services, Mandan, North Dakota. Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 AM Wednesday, May 29, 2019, at Capital Christian Cen- ter with Rev. Dan Kent officiating. Visitation is scheduled for 5:00 — 7:00 PM with a sharing time beginning at 7:00 PM, at DaWise-Perry Funeral Services, Mandan. Visita- tion continues one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial will be in Beach Cemetery, Beach, ND. Jeanette Swihart A ceremony and luncheon will be held for Jea- nette Swihart, at 4:00 pm, Sunday, June 9, 2019, at the Swihart Farm in Richey, Montana. Fulkerson- Stevenson Funeral Home is caring for the family. Remembrances,condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www.fulkersons.com. Jeanette passed away on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at her home. NEWS Ricky Dale Cooley was born to Forrest (Spade) and Jeanetta (Wells) Cooley on Feb- ruary 3, 1964 in Gillette Wyoming. They moved to Sidney in 1969. Some of his favorite child- hood memories were of going hunting and trap- ping with his dad and their friends. Rick grad- uated from Sidney High School in 1982 with hon- ors and attended a few years of college. He met Luann Har- ris at a high school bas- ketball game. After 3 years of dating Rick ac- cepted Luann’s proposal and they were mar- ried on August 9, 1986. Through that marriage they had two children, Ashley Ann Cooley and Tenna Marie Cooley who were the loves of his life. Rick enjoyed spending as much time as possible with his girls. He loved when they were all together on a Friday or Saturday night watching mov- ies, eating really but- tery popcorn, and just spending time together. He would always tell Luann that they needed to enjoy this because the girls will grow up too fast. Rick worked at many different jobs starting in high school. He did roustabouting, helped drive truck during har- vest and eventually worked on the oil rigs Hubert Suko, 86 Funeral services for Hubert Suko, 86 of Sidney are pending at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Sidney. Cremation will follow funeral service under the care of Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with thefamily at www.fulkersons.com. Hubert passed away early Friday morning, at the Sidney HealthCenter, Sidney, MT. Richland County Republicans essay scholarship Winner announced Melani Morales, left, a senior at Liberty Christian School in Sidney, was recognized as the Richland County Republican Central Committee $500 Essay Scholarship winner for 201 9. Central Committee chairwoman, Tanya Rost, made the presentation at the LCS Award Night program May 28. This was the first year the for Essay Scholarship with the theme "What it means to be an American.” Richland County Republican Central Committee hopes to make this an annual scholarship opportunity for Richland County seniors, with a new theme ' each year. “A fantastic way to reach kids in remote areas. 3 3 Our easy, affordable service has everyone smiling, including Dr. Stanley and his team, who provide much-needed pediatric dental services to children across eastern Montana. Havre '\ Dr. Nathan Stanley and his traveling team Glasgow Billings £2 Wolf Point 0 o . Sidney Capxfll'ir Enjoy the ride. capeaircom BOO-CAPEAIR ‘- ' including ail law; and tees Fares arr- su'f-jt-(l to availauvdy and other (5.1m: ions * vJ’CS may charge without notice. and are not ’j-..‘I'ertl"‘|j until ii: ketul for a few years between going to college. In 1988 Rick went to work at Sidney Millwork Com- pany where he stayed for 17 years. He loved building the cabinets and he was very proud of the work that he and his co-workers did at Millwork. Working at Sidney Millwork Com- pany allowed him to develop the skills that he used to do various projects to enhance his home for his family. This included building the kitchen cabinets, building and rebuilding the back deck at least 3 times and re-siding the entire house him- self. He even enjoyed having the family help him with these projects whether it was pulling out bushes, trees or tree stumps or shoveling riv- er rock for weeks. He moved over to CD1 in 2005 and built pumps for the oil rigs. When they transitioned to EDI, he became the shop manager. Rick fo- cused on ensuring the customers were happy and he enjoyed work- ing with all the differ- ent people in the com- panies. In his spare time Rick loved play- ing softball as a pitcher with “the guys”. They started a Millwork team and a few years later they became the Ranger Blue team.3g‘hey par— ticipated in many tour- naments and the State Softball Tournament throughout the sum- mers. It was at one of the co-ed tournaments where he had the oppor- tunity to play softball with his daughter Ash— ley, he always said those Ricky Dale Cooley, 55 were his favorite games he ever played. After his softball days were done, he started to goll with some friends once a week. They even got into some tournaments after a couple of years He thoroughly enjoyed the game and always found a way to keep it fun and relaxing. Four wheeling out in the Badlands with his family and friends was another way he got to enjoy the outdoors Those day-long excur- sions were times that were spent exploring new places with beauti- ful scenery and history with some great memo- ries being made. He was a lifelong Kan- sas City Chiefs fan whc religiously watched their games every Sun- day. He enjoyed trying to teach his daughters about the game and took his family to see them play at Arrowhead Stadium in 2004. Rick’s hard fought battle with cancer end- ed on Monday, May 20. 2019 at Billings Clinic where he was surround- ed by his family. Rick is survived by his wife Luann Cool- ey, daughters Ashley (Owen) Hall and Tenna Cooley, grandson Tyler Hall, mother Jeanetta Cooley, sister Kelly Hurley, aunt Donna (Ken) Ballou and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father Forrest (Spade) Cooley, grand parents Junior (Marga- ret) Cooley and Leland (Cletus) Wells. Services for Rick Cooley are Saturday. June 1, 2019 at 11:00 am at Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Sidney, with burial in the Sidney Cemetery. Visitation will be Fri- day, May 31, 2019 from 10:00 am. to 5:00 pm. at Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel. Re- membrances, condo lences and pictures may be shared with the fam- ily at www.fulkersons. com. 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