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June 24, 1928 ~
August 06, 2019
Date of Service: August 23, 2019


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September 5, 1942 ~
August 15, 2019
Date of Service: August 23, 2019


Leslie Kay (Viedt) Hysell
February 16, 1943 ~
March 11, 2019
Date of Service: September 03, 2019


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September 22, 1935 ~
August 18, 2019


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July 11, 1921 ~
August 18, 2019


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December 29, 1940 ~
August 10, 2019


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January 6, 1955 ~
August 09, 2019


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October 12, 1927 ~
August 05, 2019


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November 20, `932 ~
August 03, 2019


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July 29, 2019


 
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Leslie Kay (Viedt) Hysell

February 16, 1943 ~ March 11, 2019

Service: September 03, 2019 11:00 A.M.
   Location: First Lutheran Church

Leslie Kay (Viedt) Hysell was born on February 16, 1943.  She grew up in Winner, South Dakota with her loving parents Bob and Irene, and younger sister Gayle.  Leslie loved music including vocal, piano and percussion.  Leslie married Daryl "Tank" Wilken on May 19, 1962.  On April 6, 1963 their beloved daughter Michelle was born.  Tragically, Daryl died on March 19, 1972.  Leslie was later remarried to Cliff Hysell.  She enjoyed years of being a hairdresser and singing with Sweet Adelines.  Leslie was injured in 1981 while living in California.  She moved back to Montana and resided in Bozeman and her daughter Michelle was very lovingly attentive to her care.  Sadly, her daughter Michelle died in 2010.  Leslie described herself as a "puzzlemaniac" and enjoyed ALL activities at the Gallatin Rest Home the last several years.  She is survived by her grandson, Thomas McGuane V; her son-in-law, Thomas McGuane IV; brother-in-laws, Steve Wilken and Charles Johnson, as well as nephews and nieces.  

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