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Lola Conner
January 24, 1935 ~
October 15, 2018
Date of Service: October 22, 2018

William Curtis
April 8, 1933 ~
October 03, 2018
Date of Service: October 26, 2018

Charles "Roger" Britt, Sr.
September 22, 1945 ~
October 07, 2018
Date of Service: October 27, 2018

Marlis Wernberg
January 2, 1944 ~
October 16, 2018
Date of Service: October 27, 2018

Lynda Ross
March 4, 1940 ~
October 15, 2018
Date of Service: November 03, 2018

Frances Babcock
February 23, 1929 ~
August 22, 2018
Date of Service: November 09, 2018

Virginia Frizzell
June 12, 1936 ~
October 16, 2018

George Dale
July 29, 1933 ~
October 13, 2018

Bert Kamps
December 8, 1923 ~
October 12, 2018

Rex Biddy
June 4, 1919 ~
October 12, 2018

Jerome Nelson
July 16, 1941 ~
October 09, 2018

Margaret Gary
June 24, 1923 ~
October 04, 2018

Joyce Shepard
July 29, 1927 ~
October 03, 2018


Carol Kuhnert

June 24, 1946 ~ September 20, 2018

On September 20, 2018, Carol Jean Kuhnert peacefully passed away at her home with her son, Mike Kuhnert, and his wife, Courtney, by her side.

Carol was born and raised in Willow City, North Dakota. After graduating from Willow City High, she attended North Dakota State University. After finishing college with a degree as a medical lab technician, her career took her to California, Minnesota, and finally to Florida. She retired to Bozeman, Montana, to be closer to her son and his wife.

Carol is survived by her brothers, Matt, Martin, and Paul Sanderson; and her sister, Irene Reamer.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Vernon Kuhnert; her parents, Gerald and Inga Sanderson; and her brothers, Kris and Jon Sanderson.

A celebration of her life will be held this spring in Craig, Montana. 

In lieu of flowers, Carol requested that people consider making a donation to an animal shelter of their choice.

I love you mom.

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