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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


 
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Katherine Brown

December 22, 1966 ~ June 06, 2019

Katherine Michelle Brown, 52, passed away in her residence in Bozeman, on June 6, 2019.  Katherine was born on December 22, 1966 in Fort Jackson, South Carolina to Eursie and Cartie Brown Jr.

She was born in Columbia, South Carolina and grew up in Bozeman. Katherine moved to Rochester, NY for a bit, but in the end, moved back to Bozeman. She was taking online courses from the  University of Phoenix, but never got the chance to complete her degree.

Katherine worked as a Bookkeep and landscaper, keeping herself busy with both jobs.  Her passions were horses and landscape design, and of course her family. 

She is survived by her partner Steve Reinke, her mother Cartie Brown; daughter Mary Day; Son, Christopher (Elizabeth) Hickman; sister Jody (Rick) Hickman; brother Tony Brown; and three grandsons. Katherine was preceded in death by her father Eursie Brown and her brother Allen Brown. 

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