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ELEANOR E. DAWSON November 13, 1924 – March 31, 2017

Mrs. Eleanor E. Dawson passed away Friday, March 31, 2017 in Butte, Montana.  She was born in Butte on Thursday, November 13, 1924 to John and Estelle (Seymour) Carson and graduated from Butte High School in 1942. 

Eleanor married Edwin Dawson in Butte on August 29, 1945 and together they raise one daughter and three sons.  Eleanor was a stay at home mother, piano teacher, seamstress and caregiver.  She enjoyed camping with family and friends, was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and loved attending church and visiting the Mormon temples. 

Eleanor is preceded in death by her husband Edwin Dawson who passed away in 2002, her parents, John and Estelle Carson, son John Dawson, son-in-law, Robert Sessions and a granddaughter, Jennifer Smith.  She is survived by her daughter, Carol Sessions of Barstow, California, sons, Edward and Mark Dawson both of Butte, grandson, Jon (Kimberly) Sessions of Spanish Fork, Utah, granddaughter, Ashton Dawson-Parks of Missoula, Montana and six great-grandchildren.

Funeral services for Eleanor will be conducted Friday, April 14th at 11 o'clock in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  Friends may call that morning at church beginning at 9 o'clock.  Entombment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the LDS Church or to a charity of the donor's choice.  Express condolences at www.wayrynen-richards.com.

AIMEE HARDESTY April 23, 1983 – March 25, 2017

On Saturday, March 25, 2017 a beautiful angel left this world.  Aimee Hardesty was born in Butte, Montana on April 23, 1983.  She was wonderful, intelligent and hilarious, with a smile that made her the brightest person in the room.  She was raised by Nancy Linton and Lane Miller alongside her sisters Jessica, Cammie and Casadie, as well as her brother Dalton Miller.

Aimee was a one-of-a-kind Butte girl.  Despite difficulties and setbacks, Aimee lived an amazing life.  She had countless friends who remember her for her kindness.  No matter the battle she faced, she never complained.  Her friends found her to be fierce, loyal and loving.  Many looked up to her, for she was an indestructible force, a warrior who cared constantly for others.  She was courageous, taking down people who would prey upon those weaker than them.  She was diligent with friendships and loved ones.  She guided people through their worst days and celebrated with them in their triumphs.

Aimee had a heart no other human could hold a flame to.  She could lift a friend up with just a few words and the strength of her beautiful soul gave many hope.  She was able to connect with anyone, instinctually know what others needed and reassured them.  She never judged, but encouraged.  She was happiest when she was helping others, using her gifts of compassion and encouragement. 

Gandhi once said that strength does not come from physical capacity but from an indomitable will.  Aimee made strong look invincible.  She made the trials of life look like a pair of wings.  While we mourn her passing, we find comfort that she has shaken off the dust of this world to finally fly free.  Aimee's light and faith were much brighter than any darkness around her.  We are so proud of the person Aimee became.  She will live forever in the hearts and memories of all who knew her.  We look forward to her watching over all of us in Heaven, as she did in life.  To say she will be missed is an understatement.

Aimee loved her family and her dog Mallorey. She is survived by the love of her life, Marvin Rubusch; her mother, Nancy Linton; Lane Miller; her siblings, Jessica Hardesty (Nerissa and Gabbie), Cammie Hardesty and Barry Mitchell (Aliya and Tyson), Casadie and Dalton Miller; her grandmother, Mildred Linton; her aunts and uncles, Cindy and Bill Hanley, Tom Linton, Marilyn Linton; her cousins and their children, Brianna and David Lindberg (Graysen, Ava-Monroe and Atticus), Trista Kremer and Stephanie Cunningham (Lincoln), Kaylee and Jed Johnson (Jaycee, Kolton, Kingston), Crystal Linton and Echo Linton (Kaelyssa Rae).  She was welcomed into Heaven by her uncle, Allan Wayne Linton, her great-aunt, Marg Ryan and her super hero, her grandfather, Allan Linton with open arms as papa would say, "Let's hear it"

Memorial services for Aimee will be conducted Saturday morning at 10 o'clock in Wayrynen-Richards Funeral Home and a reception will immediately follow at the McQueen Club.  Express condolences at www.wayrynen-richards.com.

Patricia "Pat" Bartoletti - December 19, 1921 - March 5, 2017

Patricia Marie “Pat” Bartoletti passed away peacefully at her Butte home on March 5. She was 95. Pat was a great woman who embraced her role of wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother in a way our Blessed Mother Mary would surely have approved. She was born in Seattle and graduated from Marylhurst College near Portland with a degree in music. But it was who she met at college that would change her life. Ed “Doc” Bartoletti of Butte was smitten with this talented redheaded beauty and they were married in 1944. After Doc’s stint in the service and dental school, they found themselves back in Butte to make what would turn out to be a truly memorable life. Eleven children came from this union: Patsie Thomas (Bill), Mary Lou Williams (Darrell), Dr. Eddie Bartoletti (Leeann), Dianne Coghlan (Ed), Cathy Koon (Ron), Mary Jo Mihailovich (Mitch), Dr. Mike Bartoletti (Kay), Dr. Tom Bartoletti (Laurie), Frannie Driscoll, Louie Bartoletti (Judy) and Andy Bartoletti (Brenda). She has company in heaven. She joins Doc, her beloved son Andy, her parents Andrew and Josephine Neubecker and her sister Betty Neubecker at God’s heavenly table. In addition to her children, Pat leaves 41 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren to carry on in the great example she set for all of us. She also leaves great memories of love and laughs for hundreds of Butte children (now grandparents themselves!) who were always welcome in the Bartoletti home and cabin A wake and rosary for Pat will be held Monday, March 13 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Butte from 5 pm-to-7 p.m. A funeral mass on Tuesday March 14 will be held at 10 a.m. at St Ann’s in Butte. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to one of three charities important to her: The Butte Central Foundation, The Chordoma Foundation (http:/// www.chordomafoundation.org) and/or Our Lady of the Rockies.

 

Sharon Hanley - January 4, 1942 - March 20, 2017

Sharon C. Hanley, 75, passed peacefully in her sleep on March 20, 2017. Sharon was born on January 4, 1942 to Ambrose and Lillian (Cooney) McCaughey. She attended St. Patrick’s Elementary School and graduated from Girls Central in 1960. Sharon married Jim Hanley on April 15, 1983 and two families of 5 children each were joined. They spent 33 years together celebrating, with their children, graduations, marriages and the births of many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Before retiring, she spent 24 years working for the Butte Public School system. During those 24 years Sharon made lifelong friendships. After retirement, she continued to work at the Civic Center concessions where she often broke even after buying children their snow cones and other treats. Sharon enjoyed life and brought immense joy to those who knew her; always smiling, happy and considerate of others. She loved spending time with her friends playing card games and Mah Jong, as well as celebrating her favorite holiday, St. Patrick’s Day. Above all, Sharon loved spending time with her family. She relished the opportunities to spend time with her grandchildren, whether playing games with them or watching them participate in their many activities. Sharon was preceded in death by her father Ambrose, mother Lillian, brother Ralph and his wife Jean, son-in-law Aaron Nehls and step grandson Ryan Kautz. Sharon is survived by her husband Jim; sons Tom McGuinn (Amy), Danny McGuinn, and Joe McGuinn (Jenny); daughters Cindy Luoma (Darryl) and Christine Nehls; grandchildren Tommy McGuinn, Whitney Conrad, Kylie and Chloe Nehls, and Owen and Sadie McGuinn; great grandchildren Harper Nehls, Thomas McGuinn and Annabelle Conrad. Step daughters, Sheilah Kautz (Greg), Lorene Hanley, Shawna Hanley (Lori Davis); step sons Greg Hanley (Joani) and Gary Hanley (Jenifer); step grandchildren Katie Dill, Glenn Kautz, Amber, Jena, Cole, Abby and Ty Hanley and Candace Davis; step great grandchildren Amalia, Nora, Everett and Judah Dill. Relatives and friends may call Thursday after 5:00PM at St. Ann’s Church. Vigil services will be conducted at 7:00PM in the Church. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday at 10:00AM. Cremation will follow the Mass. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to Highlands Hospice.

JERMAINE E. LOVELL August 26, 1918 – March 20, 2017

Today we lay to rest a woman of many wonderful memories, a woman that loved her every moment of life, someone that could take the bad times and turn them into lasting, cherished memories.  Jermaine E. Lovell, affectionately known as "Granny Toots" passed away Monday, March 20, 2017 in Community Hospital of Anaconda.  She was born Monday, August 26, 1918 in Winterset, Iowa to George and Minerva Mitchell. She is preceded in death by her husband Harland Lovell and was grandmother to five generations of kids, grandkids, great-grandkids and great-great-grandkids.  She always wore a smile and never had a bad thing to say about anyone.  She found the good in everyone.

Granny Toots loved her coffee, hot apple pies and sharing her stories, advice and words of wisdom.  She will be truly missed but we know that come judgment day, we will walk hand in hand with her in the Kingdom of Heaven for she was a wonderful woman and a soldier of Christ.

Her earthly remains have been taken to Carlisle, Iowa for services and interment in the Avon Cemetery in Polk County, Iowa. 

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