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Mary Lee Lingenfelter

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MaryLee “Myu” Lingenfelter passed away Saturday afternoon in a local nursing home.  She was born in Butte September 3, 1941, one of five children to Eino and Helen (Hill) Hakala.  She attended local schools including Butte High School and married Charles Cleverly in 1957.  They later divorced in 1984 and on July 22, 1990 she and Al Lingenfelter were married in Shelby. 

Myu worked as a waitress and cook at several local establishments including Gheonn’s Pizza, The Hong Kong Restaurant, Martha’s Café, The Freeway, Terri’s and Jacquelin’s.  She also worked as a maid at the War Bonnet Inn and was co-owner, with her sister in their business, G&M Save-a-Penny.

She was very accomplished at and loved to crochet. She was an excellent cook and incredible host.  Christmas was her favorite time of year and she welcomed everyone.  She bowled on several leagues over the years, loved fishing and growing both vegetable and flower gardens.  She had an incredible sense of humor and above all else loved her family.

Myu is survived by her husband, Al Lingenfelter of Butte, sons and daughters-in-law, Charles and Dorothy “Pat” Cleverly of Butte, Bill Cleverly of Butte, Robert and Kathy Cleverly of Shelby, daughters and son-in-law, Geri Gail “GG” Lewis of Butte and Tammie and Steve Farren of Great Falls, step-sons and daughters-in-law, Michael and Patsy Lingenfelter of Butte, Terry and Kathy Lingenfelter of Great Falls, Allen “Speedy” and Tabatha Lingenfelter of Sheridan, step-daughters and sons-in-law, Regina “Jeanie” and Lynn Milton of Bloomfield, New Mexico, Rhonda and Dave Phillips of Las Vegas, Nevada, 30 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren.  Also surviving are her sisters, Geri Murinko of Butte and Hazel Turner of Libby, MT, numerous niece and nephews and her beloved dog, Tassi.  Besides her parents, MaryLee is preceded in death by a son, Tony Cleverly, brother, Walter Dale Hakala and Sister, Gail Lester.

 

Cremation has taken place.  Memorial services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 1 o’clock in Gold Hill Lutheran Church with Pastor Tim Christensen officiating.  Memorials may be made to the Highlands Hospice.     

Tuesday the 19th. Affiliate Marketing.
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