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A fun-loving, proud grandmother, Jo enjoyed hearing about the kids’ activities and achievements when away from them.
After a long, fearless fight battling ovarian, uterus, blood and bone cancer, Jo passed away peacefully in her home at Morning Star Senior Living on February 10th, 2018 at pm surrounded by her family’s love. The funeral service is Saturday, February 17th at pm at the Glasgow Evangelical Church.
As a long-time member of the Lutheran Church, she assisted with numerous church and community functions.
At the Nashua Senior Citizens Center, she was an assistant cook for senior meals where she served alongside her good friend, Pat Neulieb.
Stratton, age 90, passed away on February 15th, 2018, in Billings, Montana.
Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock, February 24th, at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary.
She moved to Billings, Montana in August of 2015 to be closer to medical care.While she lived in Billings, Jo also enjoyed many family gatherings with her niece Gayle, nephews Bradley and Andrew, and their families.A strong Christian, Jo will be remembered for her kindness and quiet strength.After attending college, Myron was rehired by the railroad and worked for many years, as a dispatcher along Montana’s hi-line, before retiring in 1992. Al is preceded in death by his mother and father; his brother Ralph Martin and is great-granddaughter Victoria Martin. Inurnment will take place at Highland Cemetery following the service. He was born on November 18, 1960 the oldest of seven children. When he was hired on with BNSF and worked out of Shelby, Cut Bank, Havre, Glasgow and Wolf Point calling crews. Survivors include five siblings, Shannon and his wife, Jennifer, Derwin, Denise, Robert and his wife, Helen, Danial and his wife, Nicole.Myron enjoyed traveling as well as collecting trains and cars. Al is survived by his wife Alpha; children Twila Martin, Tracy (Ralph) Arnold, Terri (Tony) Peterschick, Teddi (Brent) Shorten, Randy (Lisa) Martin, Tamara Teitelbaum and Tina (Mike) Daggett; nineteen grandchildren; twenty-six great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Terry greatest joy was his siblings and nieces and nephews. Nieces and nephews, Noah, Lucas, Raina, Kathryne (Quentin), Nikki (Brad), Aby, Duane, Liberty, Thaison (Kimberly), Samara and Sierra, Phoenix (Rocio), Mythias and Mykhia, Mark and Maria, great-nephews and great-nieces, Madison, Hayden, Taylor and Craig and Samirah, Lillyanna, Tristan, Jaxon, Noah, Hiro. Jo attended twelve years of school, graduating from Nashua School, in Nashua, Montana.She went to the country school until 1977 then moved into the dorm in Jordan, MT to attend high school.She was an excellent student and finished her junior and senior years in one to graduate early in 1980.Visitation will be held Friday, February 16th from P. Debbie was born on April 5, 1963 to Bayard and Agnes Spillum in Jordan, Montana.She joined brothers Jack and Tom at home and Loren followed not long after.Jo enjoyed spending time with her large extended family and former co-workers as well as many of the public she knew from working in Glasgow.When visiting her Arizona family, she could often be found in the backyard near the grapefruit or lemon tree enjoying a fresh snack while throwing the ball for Aussie (the family dog) or cheering at one of her grandkids’ sporting events.