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SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAYJULY 2|. 20|9 A3 News OBITUARIES , Nicholas M. Perigan, . 28 Nicholas “Nick” was ,born on November 2, {1990, in Pomona, CA to Darlene McCullah and Christopher Perigan. jLater, Darlene and her children moved to Mackay, ID to be with (Dan Purkiss. They lived 1in Mackay, ID before 'moving to Idaho Falls, ID. Nick . grew up and attended school in 'Mackay and Idaho Falls. Nick moved out to Sidney during the ‘first oil boom 'and work for a short time. He lithen moved to Missoula, 'MT where he worked :for Fuel Fitness and 'BMC. While he lived in Missoula, Nick coached little league baseball and flag football. Nick also attended the University 'of Montana where he took several business courses. In May of 2019, he moved back to Sidney and starting working in the oil field. Nick was compassionate and had a deep love for all animals. He was also compassionate about working out, and he loved art. His favorite sport teams were the Dodges, the Broncos, and the Colts. If you were Nick’s friend, you were more than a friend, he consider you his brother or sister. Nick could his siblings, nieces and nephews. Dan Purkiss was Nick’s father figure, and he has raised Nick since he was 3 years old. Nick passed away on Wednesday, July 3, 2019, at his home in rural Sidney, MT. Surviving him are: his parents, Darlene and Dan Purkiss, Sidney, MT, his fiance, Kayley Franchuk, Missoula, MT, sisters Kalina (Ryan) Bingham, Savage, MT, Rebecca Purkiss, Idaho Falls, ID, and Holli- Dae (Brandon Gilgen) Perigan, Ririe, ID, and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews. He is preceded in death by: his grandpas Harvey McCullah and Dan Purkiss, his grandmas, Janice McCullah, Robyn Perigan, and MaryAnn Purkiss, step grandma Cindy McCullah, two great grandmas, Celia McCullah and Janet Sheer. Services for Nicholas M. Perigan, 28 of Sidney will be held in Idaho Falls, ID, Saturday August 31, 2019 at 12:00PM, at Freeman Park Pavilion #1. Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney is caring for the family. Remembrances, light up any room just condolences and pictures by walking into it, and may be shared with was always the life of the family at www. the party. Nick loved fulkersonscom. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Curtis Harlan Trot— tier was born June 23, 2019, to parents Jordan and Breana Trottier. He weighed 8 pounds and was 20.25 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Barry and Candace Trottier and maternal grandparents are Paul and Tonya Holthus. |"____"""—___——__'l WEEKLY FRAUD TIP : BROUGHT TO YOU BY C‘_SI()(‘I(IH('III Igillllflr Learn how to spot scams. (If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!) Fraud scam: You get tricked by someone into giving up your money. Contractor scam: A contractor or someone knocks on your door with an offer to work on your home at a discounted price...this could be a scam. Often if a scam they will charge more than originally quoted or not live up to'their promises on the work quoted to be done. Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender@ I L———__._.._ __.._____..I Glendive Medical Center welcomes new psychiatrist Glendive Medical Center (GMC) is pleased to announce Dr. Paulette Lassiter has joined the medical staff at GMC and Gabert Clinic. She will provide comprehensive psychiatric services in Gabert Clinic as well as the through the new behavioral health in- patient unit. “I am delighted to begin practicing at Glendive Medical Center,” said Lassiter. “I am especially looking forward to working with patients in both the existing clinic and the new inpatient unit. I am par- ticularly impressed by the in- patient unit and how thought- fully it was designed with both patient comfort and safety in mind. It will be exciting to see it become fully operational.” Lassiter earned her under- graduate degreé in biology through the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She then earned her medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sci— ences in Bethesda, Maryland. She completed her residency in general psy- chiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas, where she served as chief resident. L a s s i t e r has a humble approach to working with patients, and while she offers comprehensive psychiatric services, she specializes in de- pression, anxiety and PTSD. She is a former Air Force flight surgeon and psychia- trist/medical director for men- tal health at Whiteman Air Force Base. She understands the difficulties veterans face after service and would also like to work with inmates at Dawson County Correctional Facility. Lassiter recently moved here from Oklahoma with her res- cue dog, a Rat Terrier/Chihua- hua mix, “Odessa.” She loves to knit and is excited to meet others who enjoy the hobby as well. She is also interested in contributing to the Glen- dive community by joining groups and organizations that focus on improving social and family conditions in Dawson County. “We are looking forward to having Dr. Lassiter join our team,” said Parker Powell, CEO at Glendive Medical Cen- ter, “We realize the need for mental health professionals in our area and we are fortu- nate to have herjoin us. We are confident she will provide high quality mental health care in this area.” To make an appointment with Lassiter, call Gabert Clinic at (406) 345-8901. Leadership Montana announces class of 2020 Leadership Montana announced the selection of 42 community, busi- ness, education, health- care, nonprofit and gov- ernment leaders from across the state for the Class of 2020. 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