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SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAYJUNE 23. 20|9 A3 MILESTONES OBITUARIES A memorial service for Lola Strasheim of Sidney, MT will be Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 10 a.m. at Pella Lutheran Church Sharon Ann Zeller passed away from natural causes at her home in Hel- ena on April 6th, 2019. Sharon was the young— est of 6; born in Sidney, MT August 22, 1946 to No- ra and Niels Baadsgaard. She grew up and attended schools in the Sidney area. After graduation in 1964, she attended a vocational school for bookkeeping before moving to live with her brother Ronnie in Cal— ifornia for a short time. Returning to Sidney, she went to work for the Richland County School District. She married E1- dor F. Zeller on September 15, 1972 in Sidney, MT. She went on to do bookwork for a local service station, KB Oil, and Bank of Mon- tana in Sidney. She lost her first husband in 1987. In 1990 she moved with her then boyfriend, Don- ald Maltese, and her son to Bozeman, MT. In 1992 they moved to Helena, MT where they would remain. She married Donald Mal- tese September 14, 2001‘ in Lola Strasheim, 88 in Sidney. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be June 16, 2019, at the Sidney shared with the family at www. Health Center Extended Care, fulkersons.com. Lola passed away on Sunday, Sidney, MT. Sharon Ann Zeller, 72 her mother’s home in Sid- ney, MT. Though Sharon was a no-nonsense kind of per- son, she loved to joke and laugh, often putting others before herself. She was al- ways loved and enjoyed by those around her. Family was very important to her, often reaching out to her husband’s extended family to make sure nobody was left out. Sharon always wanted everyone to feel in- cluded and often used hu- mor to make everyone feel welcome. She also loved Halloween often making most of her and her hus- band’s costumes as well as helping others with their costumes. Everyone who knew her knew that she was a ray of light even in the face of adversity, again often using humor to help herself and others through hard times. Sharon was a mem- ber of the Women Of The Moose and Pella Luther- an Church. Her hobbies included playing piano, cards, games, puzzles, crafts, painting, her pets, and camping. Surviving her are: her son, Cory Zeller of San Diego, 'CA; her step-daugh- ter, Mrs. James Thogers- en (Brenda), of Sidney, and her step—son, Barry Zeller, of Jacksonville, FL; her brother, Holger Baadsgaard, of Glasgow, MT, her sister, Mrs. Elso Reints (Marlene), of Ennis, MT, and her brother, Ron- nie Baadsgaard, of Marys- ville, CA; four grandkids, Benjamin Thogersen, Brandy Thronton, Brock Zeller, and Bailey Ma- son; and 9 great grand- kids, Sawyor Thogersen, Jackson Thogersen, ,Ali Thogersen, Cole Thornton, Cody Thornton, Ramsey Thornton, JJ Mason, Blair Mason, and Emeri Zeller. She was proceeded in death by her parents, Niels and Nora Baadsgaard, her sisters, Harriet Kringen and Edith Yarbarough, her first husband, Eldor Zeller, and her second hus- band, Donald Maltese. A graveside service will Ben York Scholarship awarded by the Masons Lower Yellowstone Lodge #90 of Masons has awarded the $50018en York Memorial‘ , Scholarship to Tyler Messer of Sidney. The scholarship is awarded to a student who is studying the construction trades. Ben York was a skilled plumber, heating and air conditioning contractor who contributed greatly to the masons and his community. Messer is a 2015 graduate of Sidney High School and plans to attend Bismarck State College to study the HVAC trade. Montana State University Billings announces spring 2019 undergraduate honor roll The following Montana State University Billings un— dergraduate students ex- celled academically during the 2019 Spring semester and have been named to the Honor Roll. In recognition of scho— lastic achievement, MSU Billings makes public at the close of each semester an honor roll of undergradu- ate students who earn 12 or more credits which are not of a Pass/No Pass na— ture and who earn a grade point average of 3.50 or better. Fairview Jaena Cotter Erin Cozzens Sidney Brittany Cook Tenna Cooley Cyrus Hintz Kortney Mayer Tierney Messmer Lakayla Nentwig Nickolas Ullman be held at 10:00 am. on Saturday, June 29, 2019 at Sidney Cemetery with a reception to follow at the Veterans Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memo- rials are suggested to the Moose Legion Scholar- ship Fund, PO Box 4418, Helena, MT 59602; make checks payable to “Moose Lodge 639” with Legion Scholarship in the memo. Please visit www.aswfu— neralhomecom to offer a condolence to the family or to share a memory of Sharon. Montana students receive degrees from NDSU Montana students in- cluded on the attached list were among the students to graduate from North Dakota State, University in spring 2019. NDSU award— ed 1,780 degrees to stu— dents. Students are listed by hometown. The list in- cludes their major and de- gree received. An asterisk indicates students who graduated with honors. A student must earn a 3.50 grade point average or higher to graduate with honors. Holly Sharon Papineau —— Sidney, Bachelor of Sci— ence in human develop- ment and family science Jeremiah Michael Rhines Sidney, Bachelor of Sci- ence in general agriculture D a v id p a s s e d away at home. David Kunane Garcia was born Oct. 8, 1965 to Nikki Spivey Kaniaupio. David was raised on the island of Kavai in the Hawaiian Islands. David came to Sidney working as a mil wright in 2003 to help erect the Anheiser Busch Plant. While working for Agri Erectors as a welder he met Gwen Clifton. David finished the job, and Gwen & David were married on April 7th , 2004 in Beach North Dakota. David started a new chapter in his life and learned the oil field. David mastered the hot oiling career Funeral services for LaVetta Jean Haugen, 89 of Keene, ND are Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 11:00 am. at the First Lutheran Church north of Keene, ND. Visitation is Monday, June 24 2019 from 1:00-6:00 p.m. at the Fulkerson- A memOrial service for Roland Meidinger, 63 of Arnegard will be 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, June 25, 2019, at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Alexander, ND with Pastor Kevin Beard officiating. Fulkerson-Stevenson David Garcia, 53 working for various companies in Montana & North Dakota. In 2005, David’s pride & joy was born Jaden Cheyenne Garcia. The birth of his daughter made him very happy. David is survived by his wife of 15 yrs, Gwen Garcia; daughter Jaden Garcia; 2 step- daughters, Loene Clifton & Dominique Connolly, whom he loved dearly; his mom & step-dad, Earl & Nikki Kaniaupio; 3 sisters, Alicia Enman, Aileen Pomaikai Acob & Elena Takayama of Ohouahu. David is preceded in death by his father, Cyrus Haleamau. May David be at peace he will be greatly missed and was truly loved. LaVetta lean Haugen, 89 Stevenson Funeral Home of Watford City, ND. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www. fulkersons.com. LaVetta passed away June 19, 2019, at Good Shepherd nursing home in Watford City, ND. Roland Meidinger, 63 Funeral Home is caring for the family. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www. fulkersons.com. Roland passed away June 19, 2019, at his home in Arérieg, L . WEEKLY FRAUD TIP ‘ BROUGHT TO vou BY Chit“ ‘Iunun The first step in preventing scams is to be aware of them. - Charity Scams. 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