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AIO SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAYJUNE i6. 20|9 OBITUARYIAG NEWS Funeral services for Lonnie D. Schipman, 70 of Sidney are at 10:00 AM ., Monday, June 17, 2019, at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Sidney with Pastor David Huskamp officiating. Interment will be the Richey Cemetery, Richey, MT under the care of the Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www. fulkersonscom. Lonnie Darrel Schipman was born September 20, 1948 to Helen and Darrel Schipman in Scobey, Montana. He was the second oldest of thirteen children. As a young child, Lonnie grew up helping his dad and Marvin Brookman work and train Brookman rodeo stock. . Lonnie started Little Britches Rodeo at the age of ten, later, he went on to High School Rodeo. After high school, he went on to amateur rodeo across many states. At that time, he also purchased his Montana Rodeo Association card. In 1968, he purchased his first Pro Rodeo Card. Lonnie rode saddle broncs, bulldogged, rode bulls, and team roped. He excelled in all, and won many buckles. His most prized was winning Montana Rodeo Association Saddle Bronc Champion in 1975. Lonnie married Donna Marie Gossen in October 14, 1967. They had three sons, Stacy, Shawn, and Shayne. They resided in Eastern Montana and Dillon. In 1996, they made their final move back to Sidney. 'wmistan Meet Lonne D. Sipman, 70 UV Lonnie loved helping anyone involved in rodeo. From giving pointers, setting a bronc saddle, or adjusting a bronc rein. He was the best coach for his boys whether it be rodeo or boxing. Lonnie worked many different jobs from running heavy equipment to ranch work. There wasn’t anything he couldn’t do. One of Lonnie’s favorite past times was making his famous spurs, made out of horse shoeing rasps. He loved to tell you his list of Pro Rodeo cowboys and working cowboys who all wear his spurs. He loved to donate his spurs to help raise money at benefits for people. If Lonnie wasn’t competing in rodeo, he was helping at the chutes. He pulled his first chute gate at the age of 14 and has been doing it ever since. One of his best pieces of advice, while he was working those chutes, was to say in his gruffest voice, “I don’t wanna see you get off till you hit that fence! ” In the last three years, Lonnie reconnected with a dear old friend, Vickie, who shared with the family stories of moving, branding and caring for the cows and horses. There aren’t many people in the world that can say they’ve never done anyone wrong. . .but Lonnie can! He left everyone better than when he found them. We are asking that if own a pair of Lonnie’s spurs, to please wear them to his service. If you are unable to attend, please wear them in whatever you might be doing at the time. We are curious to know how many pairs are out there. We ask that when you sign Lonnie’s book that you put spurs behind your name. Ifyou cannot attend please text or call so we can get an idea of numbers. Thank you. Lonnie is preceded in death by his parents Darrel and Helen, his wife Donna, his sister Sharla, and brother Landon. Lonnie is survived by: his sons, Stacey, Shawn (Racquel), and Shayne Schipman. Grandchildren: Jamie, Lauren, Jenna, Micah, Justin, Logan, Kendall, Gabe, and Wyatt. And, Lonnie’s special friend, Vickie Mecum. Lonnie’s siblings: Les (Barb), Lane (Mary Ann), Lee (Pam), Larry (Patty), and Lance Schipman, Joy(Roy) Neumiller, Onie (Rex) Taylor, J aedee (Hardy) Braaten, Verda (Robert) Huber, and Sheena(Wayne) Hinniland, and many nieces and nephews. Lonnie passed away on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, at his home from injuries from a fall. SkilledNursing TennLife UGA Phone: (408) 458-4366 new,“ fizriwatm‘trmw, Km. Fax: (405) 530.4433 Fiéaneralfixpenses 309 2nd St NW, Sidney, MT 59270 Pesticide credits awarded for 2019 Sidney. Froid Dryiand Field Days Pesticide credits have been awarded for upcoming field days in Sidney and Froid on June 20 and June 27 respectively. First up is the joint dryland field day with MSU’s Eastern Ag Research Cen— ter and USDA’s Northern Plains Ag Research Lab at their adjoin— ing research farms near Sidney on Thursday morning, June 20, from 9 am. — 12:30 pm. The event has been awarded two private and com- mercial pesticide credits. Featured tour talks include a spe- cial weed identification workshop, along with an update on winter and spring cereal variety trials using drones to characterize per- formance. The latter presentation will include a demonstration of the drone, weather permitting. Other talks include a study to control pea root rot caused by Fusarium aven- aceum from scabby grain, along with strategies to enhance pea N fixation and improve protein con- tent. Additional talks include dis- cussion of means to improve native plant establishment in CRP, an up- date of a white top biocontrol study, and a soil acidification sampling demonstration. The tour begins at the ARS dry- land farm located about 4 miles north of Sidney on MT Highway 16. Coming from Sidney, take a left on County Road 129 and a second left on County Road 346. The turn into the farm will be marked. The event ends with a free lunch sponsored by the Richland County Extension Office. Up next is the 2019 Froid Re- search Farm Field Day on Thurs- Sidney, MT 59270 Bus: 4064882400 “Mm 1001013.} Doing more to treat hand and wrist pain. Michele Hones, Agent 216 S Central Avenue Suite B michele@herresinsurance.com day, June 27, from 1 5 pm. That event has been awarded three private and commercial pesti— cide credits. Categories include dealer, ag plant pest control and demonstration and research pest control. Froid Research Farm is located 8 miles north of Culbertson on MT Highway 16. The tour features a special weed workshOp, incorpo- rating weed ID exercises, chemi- cal control options and discussion of how to avoid plant injury from herbicide carryover, and concludes with a sprayer calibration demon- stration. Additional tour talks in- clude discussions of pulse crop dis- eases; pest and beneficial insects found in oilseed and cover crop for- age rotations, and cover crop yield and quality in a two-year rotation with durum. Several straightfor- ward testing methods for soil acid- ification, infiltration, and compac- tion are also being demonstrated, with a special soil pit showing compaction impacts underground. A soil respiration demonstration with a discussion of carbon dioxide emissions as a potential indicator of soil health is also being offered. The day concludes with a free steak dinner at 5 pm. sponsored by the Sheridan and Roosevelt Coun- ty Conservation Districts. Other event sponsors include the Sheri- dan and Roosevelt County Exten- sion offices and the USDA-ARS Northern Plains Ag Research Lab in Sidney. For more information on ei- ther event, contact Beth Redlin at 406-433-9427. New Lower Montana Ratesl. '- Please stop by and say, “HI!” I'm looking forward to sewing your needs for insurance and financial services. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.O CALL ME TODAY. &StateFarmm State Farm, Home Office. Bloomington. > The hand and wrist surgeons at Trinity Health specialize in treating most hand and wrist issues and injuries. We offer the latest therapies and minimally invasive techniques to eliminate pain and speed healing helping you regain function and strength. Together, we put more possibilities at your fingertips. For a physician referral, call 701- 857-7301. 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