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SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAYJULY l4. 20I9 A3 MILESTONES OBITUARIES Funeral services for yler A. Hayden,.20 of Sidney are at 10:00 AM, Monday, July 8, 2019, at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church in Sidney with Father im O’Neil officiating. Wake services are at Tyler A. Hayden, 20 throughout his career, but he would tell you “Wrestling was just training for football season.” This was a young man with an old soul. He showed unconditional love and loyalty to all his family and friends. He had many interests and talents, including in the Sidney Cemetery, making music, making Sidney, MT, under memories, and making the care of Fulkerson- people smile. Stevenson Funeral Tyler passed away Home of Sidney. his mother, who was suddenly early Visitation will be not only his mother Wednesday morning, Sunday, July 7, 2019, but also his best friend. July 3, 2019, in Sidney, from 11 AM to 6 PM She was his whole MT. at the funeral home heart. Grandma and He is survived by: and one hour before Grandpa Hayden where proud parents, Julie E. services at the church. Tyler spent a lot of his Riggs, Cory L. Hayden, Remembrances, childhood time with and Jason K. Riggs; his condolences and pictures were a very active part grandparents, Susan may be shared with of his life. Allen (Mark), Richard the family at www. He was so looking Kassell, Carolyn and fulkersonscom. forward to starting his Paul Hayden, and Larry Tyler Anthony Hayden new job alongside his and Arlene Riggs; his was born on November father and friend Cory. adored siblings; his 4, 1998, to parents Julie He was an exceptional loving uncles, Greg Riggs and Cory Hayden, brother to his siblings, Hayden and family, , in his home town of Sadie Riggs, Samantha Donovan Hayden and Sidney, MT. Julie met Riggs, Santos Riggs, family, Joshua Kassel; and married Jason Riggs and Jessilyn Aten, his loving aunts, Anissa when Tyler was only 2 and always so proud Gillespie and family, and year old. Jason was an of them and their Leslie Bieber and family; incredible stepfather, accomplishments. numerous wonderful who Tyler called Dad, Tyler was an cousins and plus his and helped raise him incredible athlete, countless friends. to become the man passionate about football Tyler is preceded in he was. Tyler had an and wrestling. He placed death by his baby sister, immeasurable love for highly in wrestling Sunshine Cooper Riggs. Karen Ann Anderson, 75 Memorial services for with Pastor Shaun fulkersonscom. Karen Ann Anderson Brieland officiating. Karen passed away are at 10 am, Friday, Remembrances, peacefully on Sunday, July 12, 2019, at condolences and July 8, 2019, in Killdeer, Cross Point Church pictures may be shared ND. in Watford City, ND with the family at www. Funeral service for Caroline R. Kling, 87 of Sidney are at 2:00 PM, Friday, July 12, 2019, at the Ebenezer Congregational. Church in Sidney. Interment will be in the Sidney Cemetery, Sidney, MT under the care of Fulkerson—Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney. In lieu flowers the family has requested memorials be made to The Cancer Treatment Center. Visitation will be Thursday, July 11, 2019, from 10 AM to 6 PM at funeral home and one hour before services at the church. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www. fulkersonscom. Caroline Ruth Kling was born on January 19, 1932, in Sidney, MT to Conrad and Helen (Adler) Strasheim. She attended school in Sidney and loved going to classes and learning. After graduating the school counselor called her and told her of a job at Brattin, Habedank and Cumming Law Firm, and that started her 50 plus years as a legal Secretary. Caroline went to work for Credit Bureau of Sidney before going to work for the Richland County Attorney where she worked for 30 years and then she continued to “fill in” when needed. Caroline andSam 212 2nd St. SE, Sidney, MT Caroline R. Kling, 87 were married on July 6, 1952, while he was on leave from the Korean War. They had four children: Jeff, Pam, Tim, and Gary. Caroline went back to work after Gary was born. Along with her job as a legal secretary, she was the secretary for the local Water ' Board, and held many jobs in the Ebenezer Congregational Church. Caroline played the organ and piano, starting about the age of 12, continuing until late last year. She continued to make the monthly newsletter and the church bulletin until the Our- trained specialists will replace carefully, and affordably. STOP IN 8: GET PREeAPPROVED can h new home purchase or refinanCe! ~ ~ * s x Need wmnsnluoz or repair your car’s windshield quickly, Call the Auto Glass Experts! beginning of July. Caroline loved having family and friends over for a meal. She could be found preparing a meal for 10-20 people on any given occasion. She has a large collection of dishes and serving bowls. She loved to visit with family and friends. Caroline also loved to quilt, and has made many, many quilts, particularly baby quilts for new babies. Caroline passed away on Monday morning, July 8, 2019, at her home in Sidney. Caroline is survived by: her children, Pam (Dave), Tim (Lisa) and Gary (Julie); six grandchildren, Lacey, Jeff, Josh, Tymeron, Allison, and Zak; six great grandchildren, Paxton, Parker, Palmer, Payson, Camden, and Sidney; her brother, Marvin Strasheim. She was preceded in death by: her parents; her husband—Sam; her son-Jeffrey; two brothers, Harold and Donald Strasheim, and a sister, Dorothy Marker. A New M chip Window (Elm Warsaw 406-482-1544 710W. Holly SidnemMI' “Major Credit CordlAccepted E I. I I I away for help answering I I I I I ‘Shadow Puppets’ at Mako shika State Park Montana State Parks (stateparks. will host “Shadow Puppets” at Makoshika State Park on Friday, July 19, at 8:30 pm. Join us for the Summer Campfire Program “Shadow Puppets” and watch dinosaurs come alive in an interactive I ‘- ” shadow theater performance by you, _: :.. Author and illustrator Carmen Neuns will demonstrate the fun and excite- 1“ " " ment of dinosaurs roaming their na— tive habitat through a traditional shad— ow theater performance. Participants will be shown how to use the shadow puppets then put on their own perfor- mance to share for the audience. Carmen is the owner of Montana Toy Company; traditional toys for the modern child. This program is free and will take place at Makoshika State Park Hiatt Amphitheater. For more in- formation call (406) 377-6256. Deadliestlune on Montana highways in a decade This June has been the deadliest on Mon— tana roadways in 10 years. With the alarming increase in crashes, the Montana Department of Trans- portation is urging travelers to remem- ber the serious na— ture of driving. Memorial Day to Labor Day is known as the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer due to the increased traf- fic deaths nationwide. At other times of the year, travelers often choose to travel less, stay closer to home, and use increased caution. However, in the summer, clear roadways and better weather lower driv- ers’ guards, leading to increased crashes and deaths involving cars, trucks, motorcy- cles, ATVs, pedestri- ans and bicycles. Nearly 30 deaths have occurred on Montana roads since the beginning of June, and there is not one leading cause for the increase. With al- most one death a day for the entire month, Montanans need to do their part in staying safe. This is a shock- ing change from the recent past where the trend has been posi- tive, leading to much lower fatality and serious injury rates including one 32-day stretch where no lives were lost on Mon- tana’s roads. “No death on Mon- tana roadways is ac- ceptable,” Director of the Montana Depart- ment of Transpor- tation Mike To~oley~ said. “Folks are out enjoying our beau- tiful state and great weather, but people are dying. It is every- one’s responsibility to stay vigilant while on the road. Crashes are ._—..___._..._—...___.__.—.l WEEKLY FRAUD TIP I BROUGHTTO YOU BY @SUN‘IUINHI [gillllfl l Meet Misty Anderson, Operations Officer at Stockman Bank in Sidney. She isjust a phone call protecting your assets by preventing identity theft. You may also stop by to visit with Misty to learn more on preventing fraud and protecting your identity. 301 w. 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Drivers should always: - Follow posted speed limits. - Be rested and give your full attention to driving. - Keep your vehi- cle in safe running condition: “ 7.9”" - Scan your travel area for safety haz- ards such as pedestri- ans and animals. EX- pect the unexpected. Buckle up and drive sober. This is a Vision Zero message from the Montana Depart- ment of Transporta- tion. This ahdother enforcement and ed- ucational campaigns are strategies to reach Vision Zero — zero deaths and zero serious injuries on Montana roadways. For more information about Vision Zero, contact Janet Kenny, Montana Department of Transportation, Control Service, Inc. 406-488-7422 406-482-2704