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Timothy Eugene Bartle, February 19, 1956 - December 16, 2016

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In the early hours of December 16, 2016 Tim Bartle rolled out on his final dispatch; bringing an end to a career that had spanned for almost 39 years. Timothy Eugene Bartle was born the first son of Harold James and Eva Mae (Blaz) Bartle at St. Ann's Hospital of Anaconda Montana on February 19th, 1956. He was Baptized, received his first Holy Communion, was Confirmed and his Life celebrated all within St. Ann's parish of Butte Montana. This was also where he entered his education. Tim completed his first through eight grades at St. Anns and graduated from Butte Central High School as part of the class of '74. His 100% attendance record for all his school years made it a challenge for his brothers that could not be met. Tim carried on with this throughout his work life; taking time off only after suffering a cardiac episode in the 90's. Tim studied accounting at Montana Tech from 74 to 78 leaving prior to his last semester to make a little money, to get set up with. The only time he looked back was to check the mirrors. He made many lifelong friends in the Oil fields outside of Glendive MT. Mike Fleming, Ken Mindt, Mark Sever and a young waitress, Tammy Lawton and her son BJ (Brian James). Tim, Tammy and Brian were soon a family and were joined by Brent Eugene, Brad Daniel, and Brandon Evan. Even with an extraordinary vocabulary and prized education he could not get past "B" in naming his sons. Probably attribute this to being raised as TIM of Tim, Terry and Todd. Tim and Tammy were later divorced but remained friends to the end. His career spanned many companies and just as many miles. A number of times he was recognized for his safety with "Million Mile" awards. In November 2012 he was The Montana Carriers Assoc. Trucker of the Month nominated by his employer, Jim Palmer of Missoula MT. This is also where Tim found many new friends and colleagues. Proudly "Trucking", for Jim Palmer, brought him through more then the last decade and he appreciated the many different people he associated with during this time. All those who encountered Tim in his life knew of a big guy with a bigger heart. He lived his life as a Knight of the Road, helping anyone he was able to. His friendship was loyal and true and like his many pets undaunted by others actions. Tim would certainly find life all for 'not if no one was to mention his only other love outside of family, cars and cars and cars. At one time he penned a notebook cataloging all his "deals" when the ink dried he had claimed nearly 150 vehicles. He accumulated Corvairs, Corvettes, Mustangs and his favorite, Mopars. His only lament, "Why did I sell any of them?" Tim will be deeply missed by his sons Brian, Brent (Karen), Brad and Brandon along with 10 grandchildren. His brothers Terry (Teri) and Todd. All his nieces, nephews, cousins. His two surviving Aunts Elva, and Clare. And the many friends and faces he touched in his journey. As he finally shuts 'er down at the last terminal he will be greeted by his Grandparents, Parents, Uncles, Aunts, cousins, nephew and friends and there will be smiles, for they have missed him, as much as I miss him now. Lord, please help me to be safe as I travel each mile. Let your presence guide me and bring me a smile Take care of my family while I'm away Let them know I miss them Each and every day. Steer me clear of Danger as I travel alone I put my hands in yours Lord. KEEP ME SAFE, GET ME HOME. Friends are asked to join the family on Tuesday after 5:00 PM in the Duggan Dolan Mortuary Chapel. Parish Vigil will be recited at 6:30 PM. Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday at 1 p.m. in St. Ann’s Catholic Church. Express condolences at www.mtsta

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