Paul Francis Tucker of Butte, Montana | 1943 - 2020 | Obituary

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Paul Francis Tucker

January 16, 1943 - November 07, 2020

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Paul Francis Tucker went home to be with Our Lord and Savior in Heaven on Saturday, November 7, 2020. Paul was born on January 16, 1943 to Shelley Francis Tucker and Mary Patricia Tallon Tucker in Butte, Montana. He married the LOVE OF HIS LIFE, Sheila ldelle Tucker on September 30, 1978 in Butte, Montana.

 

Paul worked as a Milkman along with his dad; Gas Station Attendant; helped build the Anaconda Company Concentrator as a carpenter' s assistant; he was a cook in the U.S. Navy on the U.S.S. Wedderburn; and he was a Retired/Disabled Veteran. He was a member of the DAV, VFW, American Legion and United Veterans Council.

 

Relatives preceding Paul in death are his father, Shelley Francis Tucker; his mother, Mary Patricia Tucker; Sister, Mary Ruth Tucker; Step Mothers, Frances Tucker, Frances Tucker and Ann Tucker; Aunt, Ruth McKimmey; Step son, Phillip Wesley Lane; Grandparents; numerous Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.

 

Paul is survived by his loving wife, Sheila ldelle Tucker; daughters, Shelley Ranee Tucker and Patricia Marie Tucker. His step children and spouses, Brenda Conner; Diane and Skip Snyder; Lois and Joe Henricks; Carla and Russell Smith; Kevin Lane; and Kenneth and Regina Lane. Several grandchildren, great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren; and his sister and brother-in-law, Bonnie and Bob Calcaterrra; many aunts, uncles, nephew, cousins and family friends.

 

Some of Pauli’s favorite past times and hobbies were the following but not limited to: Vehicles, Fishing and Hunting, car rides, spending time with family and friends, and music and dancing.

 

Paul was a very loving and dedicated husband to his wife Sheila, who was the LOVE OF HIS LIFE. He was a good husband, son, dad, brother, grandpa, friend, nephew, cousin, etc. Paul loved music, but his ultimate favorite was Conway Twitty which played constantly in any vehicle he owned and drove. His favorite song was I'd Love to Lay You Down by Conway Twitty which he dedicated to his wife Sheila. He loved his dogs Foxie and Socks. They were his constant companions. Paul was very proud of the fact that he was able to be part of the building and dedication of Our Lady of the Rockies. He felt honored to be a member of the Navy. He was definitely dedicated to our Country and what it stands for. Paul could be ornery, but if and when you were on his good side, you couldn’t find a more dedicated and steadfast alliance. He was a true Red Headed, Irish, and Capricorn.

 

Paul’s funeral service will be held on Friday, November 13, 2020 at 2:00 P.M. at Duggan Dolan Mortuary. Interment to follow at Sunset Memorial Park. Please make all memorials and donations to the new Southwest Montana Veterans Home located in Butte, Montana.

Sheila wants to extend her gratitude to the Veterans Medical at Fort Harrison and the Continental Cares Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for the amazing care of her husband Paul throughout the years.

 

 

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Friday, November 13, 2020

Duggan Dolan Mortuary
1805 Meadowlark Lane
Butte, Montana 59701

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Charlene Tamietti of Butte, Montana | 1938 - 2020 | Obituary

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Charlene Tamietti

August 07, 1938 - October 30, 2020

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Charlene Tamietti, 82, passed away peacefully in her home on Friday, October 30th, 2020. She was born August 7, 1938 in Butte, Montana to Charles and Stephanie (Crnich) Bogetto. 

 

Charlene went to St. Lawrence school and graduated in the class of 1957 from Girls Central High School. She married to James Tamietti on July 2nd, 1956 in Boulder, Montana and lived in Butte, Montana where they had their three beautiful girls, Susan, Lou and Jamie. 

 

Charlene was a 4-H Leader in her younger years. She was also a cook at Ramsay School for 8 years, a cook at Raymond's Supper Club, worked at Winter Garden Bowling Alley and was a tremendous housewife. If there was one thing you knew about Charlene, it was that she would always speak her mind and tell you how she felt. She was an avid bowler and enjoyed bingo, fishing, golfing, watching sports on TV, camping and celebrating with her friends, family and "Birthday Club".

 

Charlene met her "Special Friend", Frank "Biggs" Jovick in 1993 and they spent 27 fabulous years together. Biggs was cherished by all of Charlene's family. 

 

She could be found traveling, partying, and "raising hell" with her close group of friends turned family.  Her daughters always remember that, despite not always being eager to go, Charlene went to all of their rodeos and made her own fun out of the day. 

 

Charlene is survived by her three daughters and son in laws; Susan and Scott Leibenguth, Lou and Don Clark, and Jamie and John Martin. She was beloved "Nana" to her grandchildren; Gayle (Clark) and Brian Holm, Kelly and Kurt Solari, Jay and Amy Clark, Kristin (Grote) and Rick Hoffman, T.J. and Kelsey Grote, Marissa and Joey Dahl, Kate Martin, Brittney and Jason Ferris, and Randy and Sara Leibenguth; Great grandchildren; Bethany McLean, Tanner McLean, Kipley Solari, Landon Clark, Bentley Rivers, Paisley Grote, Parker Grote, Sawyer Grote, Wyatt Grote, Hadley Hoffman, Harper Hoffman, Abby Dahl, Lane Batterman, and Kai Leibenguth. She is also survived by her brother and sister in law Roy and Deloris Bogetto. 

 

Charlene was prceeded in death by her husband Jim Tamietti, her parents Stephanie and Charles Bogetto, her mother and father in law Sadie and Mudge Tamietti, Frank "Biggs" Jovick and her brother and sister in law Donald and JoAnn Tamietti.

 

Charlene’s family wishes to extend a special thanks to the Hospice nurses, Barbara and Emma, and all of the staff at 406 Comfort Care.

 

Friends may call on Friday after 10:00 am in St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. Funeral Services will be conducted at 11:00 am. Rite of Committal will follow in Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery. For safety, please observe all health and social distancing regulations. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Easter Seals Hospice and/or 406 Comfort Care. 

 

 

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Friday, November 06, 2020
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St. Patrick's Catholic Church
300 W. Mercury St.
Butte, Montana 59701

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Edmund Boyd Dunn | 1933 - 2020 | Obituary

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Edmund Boyd Dunn
May 15, 1933 - October 25, 2020
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Edmund Boyd Dunn passed away peacefully at home on October 25, 2020. He was born on May 15, 1933 in Walkerville, Montana, the son of Frank and Thelma (Clayborn) Dunn.
 
Ed worked in the mines as a young lad. He enlisted in the Army on May 3, 1951 which took him to Korea to serve his country as a paratrooper with the 83rd Airborne. He received numerous medals during his service. Ed’s passion for horses lead him to participate in Rodeo and becoming a High School Rodeo Coach.
 
Ed was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, three sisters and his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Rose and Orville Ruckdaschel. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Gloria, his four children, Sandy Dunn (Don), Mark Dunn (Jo), Cheryl Ostrom (Mark), Randy Dunn ( Holly) and his sister, Leone Martinez, nine grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, three great great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
 
A celebration of life will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Compassus of Butte, MT.
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Audrey Lawrence LaBlanc | 1922 - 2020 | Obituary

 

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Audrey Lawrence LaBlanc

May 02, 1922 - October 22, 2020

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Audrey Lawrence LaBlanc, 98, of Butte passed away at her home surrounded by her family.
 
Audrey was born in Butte to Stanley and Mary Lawrence, the oldest of three daughters.  She graduated from Butte High and was employed at the Woolworths on West Park Street.  She married her husband of 55 years, Fred LaBlanc, on July 1, 1945 after Fred returned from serving in the South Pacific during WWII.  They had one daughter, Gayle, who resides in Helena.
           
Audrey was a true homemaker, caring for her husband and daughter through her entire life.  She took pride in her immaculate yard and could always be found outside tending to the lawn and flowers.  Audrey and Fred enjoyed square-dancing and belonged to the Mile High Square Dancing Club, participating in square dance festivals throughout the state.   They loved the outdoors, and purchased a camper trailer, and every Friday after Fred came home form work during the summer, they would go camping with their friends on the weekend.
 
Audrey is survived by her husband Fred, daughter Gayle, sister and brother-in-law Jane and Gene Senger of Kennewick, WA., nieces Diane (Mike) Denny of Butte, Suzette (Jack) Rahmann of Texas, Lynda Senger of Kennewick, Mary Aschenbrenner of Idaho, and nephews  Frank (Rene) Crosby of Butte, Greg Senger of Kennewick, John (Dawn) Senger of Kennewick, and numerous great nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Ruth Hanson, nieces Nancy Daly and Sherry LeProwse, and nephew Marvin Hanson.
 
Our sincere thanks and gratitude go out to all the caregivers during the past 3 years.  Special thanks to Diane and Mike Denny, Nina Forward, Jeanna Valdez, Kim Butler, Marcy Black and Senior Solutions Hospice Caregivers and nurses for all your caring and compassion.  We are truly blessed to have your support.
 
Mom, thanks for all the years of love you have bestowed upon us.  We will truly miss you, but know you are in a better place.  Until we meet again, Love Fred & Gayle.

 

At Audrey’s request there will be no visitation or services.  Cremation has been entrusted with Duggan Dolan Mortuary.  Private graveside services will be held at a later date.  In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to Albert’s Angel Fund or a charity of donor’s choice.

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Thomas C Meekin of Butte, Montana | 1958 - 2020 | Obituary

 

 

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Thomas C Meekin

January 23, 1958 - October 17, 2020

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U.S. VeteranThomas Chilton Meekin (Tom), 62, died at St James Hospital in Butte, Saturday October 17th, 2020.

Tom was a kind and loving husband, father and brother, well known for his great sense of humor and concern for others.

He was born in Seattle, WA, January 23, 1958 to Thomas Kirkeeng Meekin and Catherine Marie Meekin (nee Chilton). Growing up, Tom lived in Seattle, Castle Rock, Yakima, Wenatchee and Olympia WA. He graduated from North Thurston High School, Olympia, Washington in 1976. During his junior year, Tom joined the Coast Guard Reserve and after boot camp in Norfolk, Virginia, spent the next four years serving his reserve time in Seattle’s harbors and the Washington coastline. Tom then moved to Seward Alaska where he spent several years working in the fishing and canning industry. In the late 1990’s Tom moved to Missoula, Montana where he worked as a long haul driver for Watkins Shepard Truck Lines. Switching to short haul driving for Sacs Trucking, Tom met his future wife while making deliveries to her family’s farm.

Tom was joined in marriage with Raechelle Jean Van Hoozen of Deer Lodge, Montana on June 16, 2000 in a small historical church in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Afterwards, Tom and Rachelle moved to Butte, where Tom continued working for Sacs Trucking until he retired in 2011.

Tom enjoyed cycling, taking a cross country trip after high school and always took his bicycle on his long haul trucking trips. He also collected coins and stamps and was an avid Seattle Seahawks fan. Tom was once bestowed the ‘nicest guy in Butte’ award by his employer.

Tom is survived by his wife Raechelle; daughter Kirsten Fogle of Butte, MT; son Derek Lohmeyer of Great Falls, MT; granddaughter Serenity Lohmeyer and other grandchildren; sister Julia Meekin of Walnut, MS ; brother Kevin Meekin of Missoula, MT, nieces Heather (Adam) Davis of Hickory Flat, MS, Emily (Cody) Barret of Knoxville, TN and Allison (Alan) Crabb of Red Banks, MS; and three great nephews Bentley, Eli and Gaige Barrett of Knoxville, TN.   Tom is preceded in death by his parents Thomas and Catherine Meekin.

 

Funeral Services will be conducted on Saturday at 1:00 PM in the Duggan Dolan Mortuary Chapel. Please observe all health and distancing regulations.

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Duggan Dolan Mortuary
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Butte, Montana 59701

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