Throughout her life, she was surrounded with a special love from her brother Andy’s family.
She shared laughter amid many adventures and fun times enjoying a special closeness with her sister-in-law, best friend and caregiver, Jamie Lauckner, brother Andy, niece Katrina (and Lance) and her best buddy, Brexton.
She was blessed by many incredible medical caregivers who walked with her providing support and overall care during this time. Luncheon will be provided directly after and then burial at the Nashua Cemetery.
Although we will miss her dearly, we know her cheerful spirit will always walk among us. Condolences can be sent to Bell Mortuary at 701 2nd Avenue South, Glasgow, MT 59230. Deborah Jo (Spillum) Fogle age 54 of Wolf Point, Montana passed away February 10, 2018 at Billings Clinic Hospital after a courageous and hard fought battle against gastric cancer.
Visitation will be held Friday, February 16th from P. Debbie was born on April 5, 1963 to Bayard and Agnes Spillum in Jordan, Montana.
Myron enjoyed traveling as well as collecting trains and cars. Al is survived by his wife Alpha; children Twila Martin, Tracy (Ralph) Arnold, Terri (Tony) Peterschick, Teddi (Brent) Shorten, Randy (Lisa) Martin, Tamara Teitelbaum and Tina (Mike) Daggett; nineteen grandchildren; twenty-six great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Terry greatest joy was his siblings and nieces and nephews. Nieces and nephews, Noah, Lucas, Raina, Kathryne (Quentin), Nikki (Brad), Aby, Duane, Liberty, Thaison (Kimberly), Samara and Sierra, Phoenix (Rocio), Mythias and Mykhia, Mark and Maria, great-nephews and great-nieces, Madison, Hayden, Taylor and Craig and Samirah, Lillyanna, Tristan, Jaxon, Noah, Hiro. Jo attended twelve years of school, graduating from Nashua School, in Nashua, Montana.Agnes married William (Bill) Stanton in 1971 and little brother Ebert joined the family, too.Although Bill was her stepfather, Debbie always saw him as her father and loved him dearly. She was known to jump on a dirt bike and take off into the pine trees.Myron attended two years of high school and then enlisted in the Navy in July of 1945 at the age of 17. Myron’s family wishes to thank The Springs at Grand Park and River Stone Hospice for giving him a loving home and excellent care.Myron was honorably discharged as a Seaman Second Class in August of 1946. Eugene “Al” Martin, 85, of Glasgow, Montana passed away February 15, 2018 at Valley View Home. Al played American Legion Baseball when he was young, he raced cars and go carts and won many trophies. Since his retirement, Al and Alpha spent twenty-two years traveling to Yuma, Arizona in the wintertime.Myron was preceded in death by his parents, Myron O. One uncle, Darrell Cole; and two aunts, Beryl De Tienne and Tess Watterud. Josephine “ Jo” Marie Lauckner Dorsey - 81Josephine “Jo” Dorsey was born on November 24, 1936 in Glasgow, Montana. She continued her education studying business in Fargo, North Dakota. They enjoyed 52 years of marriage before John passed away on February 18, 2013.Jo is survived by her son, William Lawrence Dorsey “Larry”, daughter-in-law Tracy Dorsey and three grandchildren Alexis (22), Kohl (20) and Regan (16) who currently reside in Arizona.Burial will be at a later date in Lewistown, Montana where Myron will be laid to rest with his family.Myron was born January 3rd, 1928, in Moore, Montana. He was the son of Myron Oscar Stratton and Blanche Marie (Blackman) Stratton. Nelson (Stratton) of Glasgow, Montana; her children, and many other special nieces, nephews and dear friends.Growing up in Montana, Jo began working on the family farm at a young age. She was also employed at First National Bank of Glasgow, Farmer’s Stock Growers Bank of Glasgow, First Security Bank of Montana, and Norwest Bank.She finished her 35 year banking career at Wells Fargo Bank of Glasgow, retiring on March 31, 2000.