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SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAYJUNE l6. 20|9 A3 MILESTONE OBITUARIES Loretta Belinski, Dec. 28, 1936 June 5, 2019 Lori Belinski passed away peacefully on June 5 sur- rounded by the love, prayers and presence of her family and friends. Loretta Irene Jones was born in Sidney, MT, to Daroid and Mabel (Kallevig) Jones and graduated from Sidney HS. in 1954; she then worked for the Department of Welfare and married her high school sweetheart, Bill Belinski, on March 30, 1957. After being stationed in Ft Sill, OK, where Bill completed his Army duty, they eventually made Billings their home. As a charter member of St Thomas the Apostle Church she was very active in parish activities and also volunteered in Pastoral Care at St Vincent. Hospital. She devoted time to Mayfair, benefitting Catholic schools in Billings, and was involved with Bill in St Vincent de Paul Society. She enjoyed being a part of numerous social clubs, was known for tracking birthdays and anni- versaries, and will be remem- bered for her warmth and sen— sitivity. She valued family relation- ships and was a generous- |y caring person. Lori often found ways to help other peo- ple with clothing or food, with affirming conversation or wise advice, and with her warm and friendly presence. She and Bill enjoyed walk— ing and sharing time together. Family gatherings were trea- sured times, and her favorite getaways were Red Lodge and the 4th of July rodeo, along with summers at Swan Lake. She is survived by her sis— ter, Dorothy Price (& Sheryl) of Glendive, her brothers, Bill Jones (& Diane) of Billings, Kip Jones (& Marcella) and John Jones (& Lois) both of Sidney, and predeceased by older sister Virginia Koch (& Bob). Married for 62 years to Bill, their children are Janet (& Marv) St. Clair of Soldotna, AK, Rev. Michael Belinsky, CSC of South Bend, IN, Tim (& Charla) Belinski of Aspen, CO, and Pat (& Kathy) Belinski of Marietta, GA. Grandchildren Michelle, Stephanie, Garrett, Colette, Nick, Ben, Anna Kate, Ra— chel, Hannah, Emily, Abby: Great-grandchildren: Mat- thew, Michael, MaKinley, Bella, Zoey and Aksel. We want to thank the caregivers of Tender.Nest, of Stillwater Hospice, Dr. Sorensen, Dr. Mosser and their nursing staff for their compassionate care. Each of them enhanced the quality of her life. The funeral Mass was held at St Thomas Catho— lic Church Tuesday, June 11 at 10am with interment following at Calvary Ceme- tery/St. Pius. Memories 'and condolences may be shared with the family at www. Hubert “Bert” Suko, 86 schools in Brockway, MT. Bert Funeral services for Hubert “Bert” Suko, 86 of Sidney are at 11:00 A.M., Friday, June 7, 2019, the Trinity Lutheran Church in Sidney with Pastor Rolf Preus officiating. Crema- tion will follow funeral ser- vice under the care of Fulker- son-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney. Military Honors will be provided by The Montana Army Honor Guard and the V.F.W. Post #4099 of Sidney. Remembrances, condolenc— es and pictures may be shared with the family at www.fulker— Hubert "Bert" was born on June 16, 1932, in Circle, MT to Gust and Emilia (Goehring) Su- ko. He grew up and atténded enlisted in the United States Army on June 18, 1952 and transferred to the Army Re— . serves on June 4, 1954. After ‘ he transferred to the reserves, ; Bert moved to Glendive, MT ; and started working for the railroad. On October 17, 1954, ; Bert was united in marriage to ‘ Arlene Albrecht in Glendive, MT. They made their home in Glendive and Bert started working for Montana-Dakota Utilities as a serviceman. He was honorably dis- charged from the Army Re— serves on June 17, 1960. They moved to Sidney, MT in 1962 and he continued working for MDU. After 35 years of working for MDU, Bert retired in 1993, and they continued living in Sidney. His wife, Ar- lene passed away on March 6, 2016, and Bert remained in Sidney. Bert was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church, V.F.W. Post #4099 of Sidney, the Moose Lodge and the Elks Funeral services for Ralph D. Lynde, 84 of Sidney are at 10:00 AM, on Saturday, June 8, 2019, at the Assembly of God Church in Sidney with Pastor Richard Evans officiating. Inter— ment will be in the Bethel-Mel- land Cemetery, Cartwright, ND under the care of the FulkerSon—Stevenson Funer- al Home of Sidney. Visitation will be on Friday, June 7,2019, from 10 AM to 5 PM at the funeral home and one hour before services at the church. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www.fulker— Ralph Duane Lynde was born April 10, 1935 at the fam- ily homestead north of Richey, MT to Kenneth and Nettie Lynde. He was the first born, followed by two sisters, Anne &‘ Elaine, and a brother, Har— old. As a young boy the family moved to the farm on the east side of the Yellowstone River. Ralph went to school through the 8th grade at Moore School on the Eastside. Ralph was in the National Guard from 1954 4963. He then farmed with his father until Kenneth passed away and they sold the farm in 1964 and moved to Sidney. Ralph started working for Ju- nior Thiel and also started his first campaign at Holly.Sugar in the mid 60’s. Ralph would work a total of 28 campaigns at Holly Sugar. He retired at age 65 from campaigns and then worked harvest time at Ralph D. Lynde, 84 the beet pilers for a few years. Ralph always in agriculture as he worked for many differ- ent famers through the years and in the 1980’s started to work for Russell and Craig Johnson on their farm. The family then moved into Sidney and Ralph worked sugar cam- paigns in the winter and for Richland County in the spring and summers. Ralph worked off and on in his later years for Johnson farms until his health slowed him down. Ralph en— joyed driving tractors, trucks and checking cows. Ralph married Anna Schmoll Sept 17, 1966 in Sidney at the Assembly of God Church. They had 2 children; Larry in 1967 and Ruth in 1970. Ralph and Anna were married for 52 years. Ralph and Larry would work together on the farms when Larry was growing up and later they worked togeth- er for Johnson’s. He enjoyed his grandchildren and was always excited to hear what they were doing. When the grandkids were young, Ralph would stop byjust to see what they were doing. He enjoyed watching Brandon play hockey through the years and was al- ways curious what Nicole was involved in. He also enjoyed stopping by Video Hot Spot to visit Ruth. Ralph enjoyed a good car ride in the country to check on the fields and to see what was changing in the area. Ralph always enjoyed visiting and laughing with people he knew or someone he had just met. He could also be found having coffee with Anna and friends at McDonalds and oth- er restaurants around town. Ralph was a member of the Sidney Assembly of God church and had a strong faith and loved the Lord. Ralph moved into Sidney ‘ Health Center Extended Care Angel Wing in September of 2017. Anna was often with Ralph at Extended care and spent a lot of time with him and visiting with other resi- dents. Ralph passed away at SHC Extended care on June 2, 2019 at age 84 with his family by his side. Ralph is survived by his wife Anna of Sidney. Son Larry (Shir— ley) and Ruth (Dennis) Moore of Sidney. Grandchildren Brandon Moore of Sidney and granddaughter Nicole Moore of Denver, Colorado. Sisters Anne (Albert) Groskinsky of Sidney, Elaine Emly of Texas. He was proceeded in death by his parents, younger broth- er Harold Lynde, sister in law Elaine Lynde, brother in‘»'~law' Harold Emly. Lodge. He enjoyed fishing, camping and gardening. Bert and Arlene loved to bowl in their younger years. Hubert “Bert” passed away early Friday morning, at the Sidney Health Center, Sidney, MT. Surviving him are: his three Sons, Steve Suko, Great Falls, i ’wH fl SCHOOLS Local students named to dean’list at -. Concordia CoHege,. Emily Vitt, Fairview, and Shelby Reidle, Sidney, were announced by Dr. Eric Eliason, dean of the . college and vice president of Academic Affairs, as students whose superior academic achievement . second j semester of the 2019-20 ‘2 during the academic year placed them on the Dean’s Honor ' List at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota. "We are proud of the commitment these students Show to academic excellence, are confident they are preparing themselves well' to apply their accomplishments to the affairs of the world,” said Eliason. To qualify for this designation, students must carry a minimum of 12 semester credits and have a grade point average of at least a 3.7 on a 4.0 scale. 175115 and we Students from Montana were among the 1,521 Montana State University undergraduates who re- ceived diplomas during MSU’s 2019 spring com- mencement ceremonies held May 4, in Brick Breed- en Fieldhouse. Sheila Stearns, the first woman to hold the posi- tion of commissioner of higher education in Mon- tana, received an honorary doctorate in letters. Also 'dUring the ceremony, MSU President Waded Cruzado Well Woman Exams - Routine and High Risk Obstetrics - Office and Surgical Gynecology Preconception Counseling « Treatment of Female Infertility - Menopause Management ' Minimally Invasive and Advanced Laparosc0pic Surgery presented the President’s Medallion to Terry Payne of Missoula and the five siblings of the Scott family from Montana and northern Wyoming. The medallion is presented to those who have made significant contri- butions to the educational, cultural, economic, scientific and social advancement of MSU and the region. Students with two as- terisks after their name (**) graduatedwith highest hon- ors. To graduate with highest honors, undergraduate stu— ‘Ztétts i’ Local students graduate frOrnMontana State University dents must have a minimum cumulative grade point aver- age of 3.70. Undergraduate students graduating with honors have a single asterisk (*) after their name. To qual- ify for graduation with hon- ors, students must possess a cumulative grade point aver— ’ age of 3.25 to 3.69. From Fairview, students Amber Friesz, Rex Reynolds and Landin Skov graduat— ed. From Sidney, graduates included Desirae Fasching, Jenna Noble and Alexandria Rootes*. Lisa Ross, M.D. MEET SIDNEY HEALTH CENTER’S O’B/GYN TEAM Malua Tambl, M.D. Obstetric/Gynecology Obstetrics/Gynecology MT, Randy (Heather) Suko and Buzz (Kim) Suko both of Sidney, MT; 8 grandchildren, Trevor Suko, Scott Suko, Shel- by Suko, Jayden Suko, Cheryl (Brad) Edinger, Natasha Uran, Kiana (Sean) Smith, and Han- nah Uran; 4 great grandchil- dren, Titus and Atlas Edinger, Alex and Arianna Suko; his brother, Ervin Suko, Billings, MT. He was preceded in death by: his parents, his wife, Ar- lene; his grandson, Ted Suko; his brothers, Dan Suko, Ed Suko, and Alvin Suko; and his sister, Emma. More obituaries on A10 WEEKLY FRAUD TIP BROUGHT TO YOU BY §Sloclu lgillllfm If you suspect ID theft has occurred, protect yourself as soon as possible. Place a “Fraud Alert” on your credit reports Equ ifax: 1—800-525-6285 Experian: I-888-EXPERIAN a ,. .7, V TransUnion:l~800-680-7289 Close any accounts that have been tampered with or opened fraudulently. 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