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She worked at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital until retiring in June of 2002.La Verne had a tender heart for her students and loved them all, regardless of troubled actions or rebellious behavior. He was an ambulance driver for the 542nd Amphibian Regiment serving in New Guinea and the Philippines.Together David and Agnes enjoyed dancing, jam sessions, and playing cards, going on trips, and their children and grandchildren.
After successfully beating the disease, the singer decided to move to Nashville in order to be closer to her family and ultimately came to the realization that she wanted to start a family of her Crow adopted sons Wyatt, now 7, in 2007 and Levi, now 4, in 2010.
at Saco Lutheran Church with a luncheon to immediately follow. David grew up North of Saco attending several schools in the area. David was president of the Phillips County Stockgrowers, a member of the Saco Lutheran Church, moose and Elks organizations, and served on numerous boards throughout the years.
Condolences for the family may be left at was born November 8, 1921 to Ernest and Maud (Hess) Erickson in Saco, Montana. On November 10, 1945 after 3 years, 3months, and 23 days, and on his mother’s birthday, he received his discharge from the army. After the Army, David worked for his dad and while visiting one of the neighbors, he met Agnes Kegel. They raised five children; Gary, Mike, Connie, Lyle, and Diane on the home place 21 miles north of Saco.
During this time, La Verne worked in both a shirt factory and a furniture manufacturing plant.
She attended Indiana University for 2 ½ years and 2 summers at Liberty College in Lynchburg, VA."There's so much sex that's projected, and that's a bummer.SACO- David Wesley Erickson, age 96, passed away July 17, 2018 at the Hi-Line Retirement Center in Malta, Montana. While growing up he helped neighbors with haying, threshing, lambing, and various other jobs. He got to come home for two weeks before he was sent to Ft. He enjoyed hunting, woodworking, word puzzles, and everything associated with farming and ranching.La Verne Arlene (Lacock) Davis, age 82 of Glasgow, MT passed away July 9, 2018 at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow after waging a fierce 2-year battle against colon cancer.