She was preceded in death by her parents Erma and Bennie; stepfather, James Murphy; three husbands, Hank, Bernard and Duane; and sister, Betty Ohs.Bernice is survived by her sister, Marilyn (Art) Wildhalm; children, Ben (Connie) Boreson and Scott (Myrtle) Boreson; four grandchildren, Brodie (Lindsey) Boreson, Bo (Crystal) Boreson, Jake (Shanda) Boreson and Emma (Andrew) Kuester; five great grandchildren, Sam, Brynlie, Bentley, Bree and Layla; and many nephews and nieces who will miss her.There will be a Memorial Reception for Lois Grobel, Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at p.m. Donna Jeannine Cotter born September 6, 1936 to Bob and Edna (Dodson) Cotter of Malta, Montana and later of Glasgow, Montana, peacefully passed away at Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point Montana on October 16, 2017.Preceding her in death are her parents Edna and Bob Cotter, and brother, Jerry Cotter.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.
She was a mother and caregiver to many others throughout her life.Family will receive friends at Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, Montana Friday October 20, 2017 from - p.m. (Lohman) Barrett age 90 passed away on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at Valley View Home in Glasgow, MT. He passed away from a fatal car accident on July 4, 1950. They lived on the Boreson farm in Tampico, west of Glasgow. They enjoyed visiting and celebrating with friends and neighbors through music, food and games. They lived on the farm until November of 1987 when they moved to Glasgow.Bernice was born on June 28, 1927 in Marion, ND to Erma and Bennie Lohman as the oldest of 3 girls. Bernard was diagnosed with cancer; Bernice and the boys took care of the cows, chickens and farming. They enjoyed time with their family, playing cards and traveling the country together. Bernice belonged to the Valley County Cow Bells, VFW Auxiliary, Friends of the Pioneer Museum and the First Lutheran Church. Bernice was loyal to all those around her and enjoyed people, serving coffee or tea and cookies for anyone who came to visit.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.Grobel after he completed service with the 82nd Airborne.