Wolf Point Herald

Edwin Rennick


Edwin Lyle Rennick, 63, of Glasgow, died Tuesday, July 29, 2014, near Wolf Point, in a truck accident.
He grew up in the Glasgow and Opheim areas. After graduating from high school, he served in the U.S. Army. He returned to the area and went into construction and farm work. He later owned an auto repair shop during the time he participated in demo derbies and as mechanic for stock car racers. After closing the auto repair shop, he became employed by Scanlan Construction and remained with them until his death.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Helen Fuhrman and Gerald Muriel Rennick; and a brother, Gerald “Charlie” Rennick.
He is survived by his companion, Melody Foster; son, Mike Zahn; daughter, Meagen Johnson; step- daughter, Brandi Childress; brothers, Richard Fuhrman, Allan Murch, Lee Murch, Carl Rennick, Rod Archambeault and Terry Archambeault; sisters, Pam Bicker, Vicki Wiseman, Sheri Morey and Patti Hoerster; and numerous grandchildren.
His funeral service was held Tuesday, Aug. 5, at the First Baptist Church in Glasgow. Interment was at Hillview Cemetery in Hinsdale.

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Briar Bauer

Briar Bauer, infant son of Jacob Bauer and Tiarra McGee, died Aug. 3, 2014.  
Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Wolf Point assisted the family with arrangements.

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Opal DeTienne

Opal DeTienne, 84, of Bainville, died at her residence Sunday morning, Aug. 3, 2014.
Opal Anseth was born Oct. 8, 1929, to Edor and Grace (Gorder) Anseth.  She was raised on a farm in Round Prairie, N.D., west of Williston. She attended Round Prairie School before moving to Williston to attend high school, graduating in 1947.
She married Clarence DeTienne March 23, 1963.  In 2013, they celebrated 50 years of togetherness.  They had two children, Darcy and Russell. One of the lights of her life was her young granddaughter Grace.  
She was a homemaker.  She enjoyed raising her two children and tending her garden and flowers.  She loved a good game of Scrabble, playing softball, playing cards, solving crossword puzzles, sewing and watching her children participate in their school activities. Most of all, she loved to dance.
She started working as the secretary at Bainville Public School in 1977, retiring in 2000 after 22 years of service. She was dearly loved by all the students, and she felt the same about them, often joking that she had a whole school full of kids and then grandkids.
She was a true angel of service.  She was a caregiver, upholsterer, farmhand, gardener, seamstress, beautician, medical assistant (fixer of boo-boos on the playground!) and so much more. If someone needed her assistance, it was happily given and delivered with a smile.
She is survived by her husband, Clarence of
Bainville; daughter, Darcy of Laramie, Wyo.; son, Russell of Bozeman; one granddaughter.
She was preceded in death by four sisters, Elvina McLean, Bernice Anseth, Gloria Roller and Nyla Olson; and two brothers, Bernie Anseth and
Galyn Anseth.
Cremation will take place. No funeral services are planned. An informal gathering for friends and family will take place at the Legion Hall in Bainville Thursday, Aug. 7, from 4 to 6 p.m.

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Patricia Susag

Patricia M. Susag, 71, of Scobey, died Tuesday, July 29, 2014, at the Daniels Memorial Hospital.
She was born Sept. 11, 1942, in Great Falls, to Jack and Christine (Mitchell) Gollehon, graduating from Great Falls High in 1960. She went to work for Sogaards Insurance right after graduation and ended her professional career by purchasing The Montana Abstract Company in Scobey where she was recognized for 25 years of dedicated and loyal service by Stewart Title Company when she retired in 2007.
She married Carl G. Susag Sept. 9, 1962, in Great Falls. The ensuing years lead them to various jobs in Great Falls, Helena and two trips to Everett, Wash., finally landing in Scobey in 1978, where Carl’s grandparents homesteaded in 1916.
She was a city girl through and through but came to love the life on the prairie and all the joys and sorrows of farming and ranching alongside her husband. They lived on the family farm until the summer of 2008, when they purchased a home in Scobey.
She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Carl; their daughter, Darcy Lund of Silverdale, Wash.; son, Scott Susag of Scobey; two grandsons; and brothers, Dan Gollehon of Miles City and Gordon Gollehon of Bozeman.
Funeral services were Aug. 4 at the Scobey Lutheran Church, with Pastors Paul Landraan and Charles Kelly officiating. Interment was at the family farm.

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William Henry

William “Bill” Henry, 69, of Wolf Point died May 29, 2014, in Wolf Point.  
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 9, at Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Wolf Point. Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Wolf Point assisted the family with arrangements.

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