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E. James Porteus
April 23, 1939 ~
August 14, 2019
Date of Service: September 15, 2019


Dean W. Mann
April 19,1938 ~
September 09, 2019
Date of Service: September 16, 2019


William Voth
May 17, 1933 ~
September 11, 2019
Date of Service: September 16, 2019


Betty Inabnit
June 7, 1937 ~
September 13, 2019
Date of Service: September 20, 2019


Ann Louise Schaefer
December 17, 1944 ~
September 10, 2019


Edmund Caracciolo
October 17, 1928 ~
September 06, 2019


Walter Ronald Gee
March 3, 1941 ~
September 05, 2019


Carolyn Gaub
November 03, 1956 ~
September 04, 2019


John Orndorff
February 20, 1931 ~
August 28, 2019


John Celander
July 15, 1955 ~
August 27, 2019


Theodore Kelley
October 14, 1926 ~
August 24, 2019


 

Online Condolences for Theodore Williams ( April 21, 1927 ~ March 09, 2019)


March 17, 2019
Ted Williams will be sorely missed by many in the Bozeman community and at MSU. His contributions to the advancement of the Civil Engineering profession, and to me personally, were remarkable and highly influential. He was a very service-oriented person who always looked out for others. Thank you, Ted ! — Joseph Fedock (Spokane, WA)



March 17, 2019
On behalf on the Montana Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and the Sourdough Chapter I wish to express our condolences. We greatly appreciate Ted's many contributions to the Society and we will greatly miss him. — John Rice (Bozeman, MT)



March 16, 2019
I was sad to read about Ted passing away. He was such a genuine gentleman. I remember his constant devotion to the Boy Scout organization. He and my father were very close friends through their work on campus and the Masonic Lodges. My father had great respect for Ted. I hope all the many good memories outweigh these days of grief. God bless. — Terry Groth (Kihei, HI)



March 12, 2019
My condolences to the whole Williams family … I recently received word about Ted's passing. This saddens me deeply. As Scout Master in 679, Ted came to my home one afternoon and helped me over an emotional hurdle, gently administered the Tenderfoot exam and initiated me into the world of Scouting. I value this part of my life and I thank Ted for bringing me, and many other young men along. Thank You! — Tod Ransdell (MERCER ISLAND, WA)




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