Written by Darla Shumway
Nora J. Hagadone died Feb. 21 at Trinity Hospital in Wolf Point.
She was one of seven children born to Horace and Eliza (King) LaVerdure in Comertown.
She married Clifford Hagadone in 1950 and together they owned and operated the Shamrock Café and Bill’s Bakery in Poplar. Later, they moved to Wolf Point and owned the Triangle Texaco and Café.
She loved the outdoors, especially fishing in Montana’s abundant creeks, rivers, streams and lakes. She enjoyed gardening and the many fishing trips taken with Clifford and the children. Nothing was more important to Nora than being a proud homemaker. She helped raise two of her great-grandchildren, Gabreal and Dominick.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Clifford; two sisters; and one brother.
Survivors include her children, Noreen Hohman
of Wolf Point and Max Hagadone of San Diego, Calif.; a sister, Gertrude Witchen; a brother, Morris LaVerdure; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 25, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Wolf Point. Burial was at Grandview Cemetery near rural Richey. Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Wolf Point was entrusted with arrangements.