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Joseph Newnham
August 1, 1964 ~
August 14, 2018
Date of Service: August 21, 2018


Joe Litle
October 1, 1921 ~
August 11, 2018
Date of Service: August 22, 2018


Henry 'Hank' Wruck
March 15, 1932 ~
February 10, 2018
Date of Service: August 25, 2018


Darlene Wruck
June 7, 1939 ~
February 11, 2018
Date of Service: August 25, 2018


Ronald Brandt
June 10, 1946 ~
June 27, 2018
Date of Service: August 25, 2018


Charles Undlin
March 4, 1928 ~
July 06, 2018
Date of Service: August 25, 2018


Thomas Halpin
August 15, 1935 ~
May 19, 2018
Date of Service: August 26, 2018


Evelyn Halpin
August 14, 1937 ~
July 23, 2018
Date of Service: August 26, 2018


Herald Thomas
June 19, 1940 ~
August 15, 2018


Emma Dana
May 23, 1931 ~
August 06, 2018


Peggy Maichel
July 31, 1928 ~
August 05, 2018


Doris Carr
September 11, 1934 ~
August 01, 2018


Edward Komara
October 16, 1943 ~
July 30, 2018


Steven Christensen
August 2, 1961 ~
July 28, 2018


Pamela Whitmore
November 7, 1953 ~
July 28, 2018


 

Online Condolences for Cleo Jones ( February 11, 1919 ~ November 08, 2017)


December 04, 2017
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November 14, 2017
I cherished trips to Bozeman in early childhood to be with cousins and aunts and uncles. Cleo\\\'s home was always open to the Jones clan--the women always in the kitchen cooking and canning, the kids playing in the big lot next to the house (now an apartment building). Cleo was the longest living Jones of my father\\\'s generation; my later years\\\' visits were full of family stories I could only hear from Cleo. She knew them all (and many stories of other Bozeman residents as well). Some visits I heard the stories three times in one weekend! I\\\'ll remember her stories (many involving Kenny\\\'s brother, my father, who left us all way too soon), her laugh, her hospitality, her love of family, her pride in her boys, and her appreciation of her many friends. Thanks, Aunt Cleo, for sharing your bountiful love over the years! You will be missed Much love, your niece, Tana Paul, you know how special your mom was to me. Love and positive thoughts to you during this sad time. — Tana (Jones) Dugan (Spokane, WA)



November 13, 2017
My condolences to the Jones Family. I met Cleo about 7 years ago when I volunteered for the Befrienders program in Bozeman. I was matched with Cleo and was so happy we were paired. She was one of the most positive persons I have ever met. With all of her ailments, she never once complained – she always looked at the good in life! She would reminisce about becoming a nurse, I believe she was in one of the first classes to graduate from MSU. She also talked about all her family outings and all the fun the family would have together and how proud she was of all her boys. I remember a funny story about one of her sons, I believe Greg, when he was in high school with one of the Ogles and they were playing football for a playoff game and it turned into a mud bowl. When they returned to her house with their uniforms caked with mud she washed them several times and finally had to secede that the rest of the mud could not be washed away. I truly enjoyed visiting with her. She loved her home and neighborhood and spoke so highly of her neighbors that lived next-door in their first family home. She was always so excited when Paul would be coming to town so that she could see him. Unfortunately, I was not able to volunteer for very long as my own parents had ailing health, but I always enjoyed my time with Cleo and her stories and her very positive attitude!! She will be missed by many. — Nancy Powell (Bozeman, MT)



November 13, 2017
Lots of good memories of your mom. Donna would call her every Thursday for telecare and earlier would enjoy her participation in the blind club meetings. I personally remember her from my teens in visits to your house where she would play us her latest Phyllis Diller album. A wonderful lady. We will miss her! Ken and Donna McCulloch (Bozeman, MT)


November 11, 2017
Farwell to a fabulous Auntie, the last of my father’s generation to pass. Aunt Cleo was always so happy to see us all when we visited – the entire Jones family was a welcoming, loving, extremely fun part of my young life. Bozeman will always be one of my favorite places as I remember our family picnics, trips to Yellowstone, honoring our parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins at Sunset Hills Cemetery in Bozeman. My special thanks to Cousin Paul for the respect, love and care he gave his Mother his entire life. A lovely woman is gone; but she will not be forgotten. Laurel (Jones) Tarbert/White (Olympia, WA)


November 10, 2017
To the Jones Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Coping when we lose a dear loved one can cause feelings of sorrow. May the many memories that you shared with Cleo, bring you comfort. And may the "Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort" strengthen you during this difficult time. (2 Corinthian 1:3,4) — Donna Howard (, MD)



November 09, 2017
Paul and Cookie, We are so sorry to hear of Cleo's passing. We have loved being her neighbors, she was a part of our family. Let us know if you need any help, we are right next door. She loved you so much, always knew when you were coming, worried about you as long as she lived. She was a good mother and friend. She will be missed. Michael Dixon (Bozeman, MT)



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