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Services Tuesday November 7, 2017 at Bell Mortuary a.m. on November 7, 2017 David Groche, 87, a retired teacher, died Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at his home after a lengthy illness. Born July 16, 1930, in the Asbury Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota, she was the youngest child of Richard and Alvina Carlson.

Lois graduated Roosevelt High School, Minneapolis, and on January 22, 1949, married Lynn D.

She loved the people of Glasgow, their down-to-earth warmth and welcoming character.

She has been in 10 celebrity relationships averaging approximately 3.1 years each. Given Name: Christine Marie Evert Age: 62 (12/21/1954)Occupation: Sports - Tennis Most Famous For: a former World No.

In a candid interview, she admits she should never have left ex-husband Andy Mill for Norman – and urges others to work hard at their marriages before walking away. And I brought that into my next marriage, those issues that weren’t resolved.” She says: “Marriage is up and down.

Evert, 56, stunned the sporting world in 2006 when she left downhill skiing star Andy Mill for Norman, who was also married and a friend of Mill. If you sense you’re drifting apart, you’ve got to confront the issue.

“I was with Andy for 18 years,” the mother of three tells the latest issue of US Elle. When we were growing apart, I should have nailed it right then and there, and communicated, but I didn’t. You can’t wait until five years later, because then it might be too late.” Evert, who now runs a tennis academy in Florida and is single, admits that ending the whirlwind romance with her ex-husband’s friend left her so depressed that at times she could not get out of bed.

He enjoyed tinkering with cars, he and his brother-in-law bought a gold mine, which took most of their weekends for many years.

Elai was active in scouts, played hockey, loved horseback riding and enjoyed the country. Elai was preceded in death by his parents, maternal and paternal grandparents, his only aunt and uncle, sister Rheta & brother-in-law Ferg.

Mary Ann Squires, 62, of Scobey formerly of Nashua and Glasgow passed away November 3, 2017 in Scobey at Daniels Memorial Nursing Home where she had lived since 2006.

She was born April 20, 1955 in Glasgow, Montana to George and Mildred (Bondy) Squires.

Mary Ann lived with her parents in Richland at their home which was also their place of business, Squires Grocery, and rode the school bus to attend Special Education Classes taught by Mrs. Mary Ann loved to play Bingo and watching her ‘soaps’.

She and her folks spent many enjoyable hours at the Senior Center in both Opheim and Nashua playing bingo.

D When he was in the 2nd grade, Elai Sr was transferred to Glasgow.

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