Wolf Point Herald

Janice Eggebrecht

Janice Eggebrecht went to be with the Lord on June 15, 2015.
Jan was born in Wolf Point on July 27, 1951, to Robert and Dorthy Johnson.
Jan moved to Minnesota in 1986 and lived there until she moved to Ohio in 2012.
She was preceded in death by her ex-husband, Joey Eggebrecht; parents, Robert and Dorthy Johnson.
Jan is survived by daughter, Leah (Phillip) Elliott of Albertville, Minn.; grandson, Dillion Elliott; and brother, Richard (Kathryn) Johnson of Newport, Wash.
Jan was known for her strong Catholic faith, her love of reading and a passion for gardening.
Service arrangements will be announced at a later time.
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Paul Freeman


Marvin Lee Eagle, 48, his birth name, also known as Paul Freeman a name given to him by his foster parents in Portland, Ore., died, June 26, 2015, at Northeast Montana Health Services in Poplar.  
He lived with his foster parents from the time he was three years of age until he was 26 years old, then he returned to the Fort Peck Reservation. When he came home, he first stayed at the New Life Mission. After he became adjusted to reservation life, he learned who his relatives were. He began working with his cousin Donny Weinberger III cutting wood and helping him with numerous other jobs.  He also did yard work for many people.
He enjoyed being with his relatives and friends.  He loved going fishing with his cousin Donny and also to basketball games. He stayed with many different families and helped them with groceries. The Good Soldier family adopted him. His favorite saying “I broke my beak.” He was known as “Eaglet.” His favorite DVD was Oh Brother, Where Art Thou.
He became sick with cancer and suffered with his condition for several years. His sister Mary Ann began taking care of him, making sure he made his cancer treatments, etc.
She also began taking him to church at Morning Star Baptist Church. On Easter Sunday of this year, he gave his life to the Lord and, following this, his cancer went into remission. However, because of the deterioration of his esophagus and having to have a feeding tube in his stomach, complications set in.
He is survived by his sister, Mary Ann; brothers, Emmett Buckles, Richard Buckles and Arnold Eagle; son, Marvin Lee Freeman Jr.; daughter, Roberta Shine Freeman; and five grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Rose Alvira Eagle.
A wake will be held Thursday, July 2, at 7  p.m. at the Cultural Center in Poplar. Funeral services will be held Friday, July 3, at 10 a.m. at the Cultural Center in Poplar. Interment will follow at Riverside Catholic Cemetery. Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel was entrusted with arrangements.

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Keith Johnson

Keith Alan Johnson was born Dec. 30, 1953, and died Aug. 23, 2014.
He was raised in Culbertson and joined the U.S. Navy after graduation. He retired after 21 years, meeting the love of his life, Anna, while stationed in the Philippines.  
Keith, Anna and their sons James and Justin lived in California where he worked for G2 Secure Staff for 14 years until his death in 2014.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Nonie and Lucy Johnson; and his brother, Lester.
He is survived by his wife, sons, four grandchildren; and sisters, Sue Orand and Carol Finnicum.
Graveside services with military honors will take place on Monday, July 6, at Culbertson Hillside Cemetery at 10 a.m.

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Bonnie Red Elk

Bonnie Red Elk, 62, of Poplar died Sunday, June 28, 2015, at the Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point.  
A wake will be held on Friday, July 3, at 7 p.m. at the Cultural Center in Poplar. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, July 4, at 9 a.m. at the Cultural Center in Poplar. Interment will follow at Riverside Presbyterian Cemetery.
Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel was entrusted with arrangements.

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Lester Sansaver


Lester Lee Sansaver passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on June 12, 2015.  
Born in Poplar, Mont., on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation on Feb. 23, 1940, he moved to Everett, Wash., when he was a youngster and met the love of his life, Phyllis Boland. They married in 1958 and raised their three children in Granite Falls, Wash., on the farm where the family still lives today.  
Throughout his colorful life, he was a loving husband, father, farmer, cook, and outdoorsman. Lester loved cookin’ up a mean pot o’ chili, hosting parties for his friends and family, and most of all he loved wheelin’ and dealin’.  
Over the years, Les made countless friends from many walks of life. He was a member of the Riverside Rats and the Laborers Local 292 Everett. Les also was a member of the F.O.E Aerie No. 2584 in Twisp, Wash. He made a lasting impression on everyone he met and will be deeply missed.
Twisp, Wash., was his second home, where he was chief of the Rowdy Bunch, and where he loved his apple and pear trees, changing sprinkler pipes and pointing his finger.  
Les was preceded in death by his mother, Flora; father, Jack; and brothers, Rick and Ron Sansaver.  
He is survived by his wife, Phyllis Sansaver; his children, Danny, Darcy and Tamara; and his granddaughter, Carly. Les also leaves behind his brothers, Bob, Jack and Gordon, as well as his sister Darlene; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and in-laws, who will never forget his larger-than- life personality. He will be missed by many and forgotten by few.  
A Celebration of Life Potluck will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday July 11, 2015, at the Granville Grange, 9401 163rd Ave NE, Granite Falls, WA 98252. Please bring a story to share.  
In lieu of flowers, Les would have wanted cash.
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