Missoulian, Tuesday, November 30, 2010 B3 MONTANA Mount Jumbo winter closures OBITUARIES Vivian Pearl Jackson HAMILTON -Vivian Pearl Jackson, 83, of Hamilton, passed away on Friday, Nov, 26, 2010, at the Discovery Care Centre. She was born on May 28, 1927, in Vernon, N.Y., the North cloud I FWP cloud I until Way 1 unlll Miy 18 I I Lincoln mill South closed 1 until March 16 Opan ill yeir-'' r-r William R. 'Bud' Moore CONDON The big bulls will feel secure coming down from the high country a little earlier when they hear of the passing of William R. "Bud" Moore. The grizzlies may feel something is missing from the Swan Valley when they wake up next spring. Bud began "The Big Trip" on Friday, Nov. 26, 2010. His Ron Bradley Pledalue MISSOULA -Ron Bradley Piedalue, 19, of Missoula passed away on Nov. 21, 2010, at Seattle Children's Hospital due to complications from injuries sustained years ago. He passed away peacefully surrounded by family. He was born on March 26, 1991 to parents Delsa 8 MlMoullan Winters were spent trapping. In 1934, at age 16, he started working for the U.S. Forest Service on fire crews. Bud worked seasonally until World War II as lookout, trail crew foreman, fire dispatcher and alternate ranger on the Powell Ranger District. Bud spent three years in the Marine Corps during World War II as a machine gunner, scout sniper, and finally a gunnery sergeant. He served in the Peleliu, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, and Okinawa South Pacific campaigns. Following the war, he returned to the Powell District and in 1949 was appointed ranger, He subsequently spent time in the Supervisor's Office in Missoula, then in Utah and Washington, D.C., and retired in 1974 as chief ot the Division of Fire Control and Air Operations for the Forest Service's 29-million-acre Northern Region. During his Forest Service career he never lost his connection to his beloved Lochsa Country and the lands he worked and managed. In 1996, he published "The Lochsa Story Land Ethics in the Bitterroot Mountains." This book turned out to be both a historical adventure and a textbook of sorts for those interested in forested 1 ecosystem management. He was one of the founders of the current wilderness fire management policy and had the authority and confidence to orchestrate its early implementation. He was a forerunner of the thought process that led to the concepts of ecosystem management that are widely practiced today. He put his ideas into practice on his own 80-acre Condon homestead and was in the process of developing a similar plan for a 200-plus-acre parcel he owned in Mineral County. Bud started with the Forest Service when you could carry the rule book in your hip pocket, and ended up answering e-mailsonhis personal laptop. Bud was in some respects a contradictory conservationist: a great hunter who was dedicated to wildlife conservation and management, a trapper who never set a trap inside his trap-line circle to maintain a sustainable population, and an ecological forestry practitioner who was a logger and sawmill owner. He believed that resource harvest did not have to sacrifice sustainability. Bud leaves a dual legacy. One will be on the land in actions and deeds. The other will be implemented by the people he influenced through his stories, observations and thoughts. He was a source of knowledge who had been there at the start, understood the whys of long-ago actions, and yet remained connected to the outcomes and policies of today. He loved visiting with the young people who will be the decision -makers of tomorrow. He will live on in the actions of all who knew him. A simple service will be held 1-2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, at the Garden City Funeral Home in Missoula, followed by burial at the Florence -Carlton Cemetery up the Bitterroot Valley. We will also rendezvous for a celebration of life and many rounds of story telling in mid-July, 2011, near Bud's home territory. ever compare to it. In October of this year, Rick and Susie celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary. In 2000, Rick opened the doors of Doubletree Homes and Development with his wife Susie, and they began building homes. He will be greatly missed throughout the community and will always be remembered for his large smile, warm heart and high spirits. Rick is predeceased by his mother, Nadine Luchau; and survived by his wife, Susie Luchau; his children, Jenna and Ricky Luchau; his father, Richard "Dick" Luchau; his sister Gail Ann Luchau; aunts, numerous cousins and endless friends. Cremation has taken place and services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1, at Christian Missionary Alliance, Terrace Lake Road, Ronan. Memorial contributions may be made in Rick's name to Glacier Bank, Poison. Shrider-Thompson Funeral and Cremation, Services of Ronan is assisting with arrangements. Sentinel Kiwanis Club for his efforts in developing Partnership Health Center to provide medical care for under- and un-insured residents of Missoula. Alan organized medical conferences in Panama for Community Development Network of the Americas, a Missoulabased non-profit. A public memorial service for Gabster will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at Christ the King Parish, 1400 Gerald Missoula. Areception will follow at the Church. Alan's family asks that memorials be made to his tax deductible Wagon Mountain Foundation, which supports local and international nonprofit groups involved in public health and community development efforts, 432 West Spruce Ste. 102, Missoula, 59802. Heolah Benson LIBBY-Heolah(Stelling) Benson, 91, died peacefully on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010, at the Libby Care Center. Heolah was born to Arthur and Emma (Schmuck) Stelling on Dec. 18, 1918, in Luverne, Minn. She married Perry Benson at Zion Lutheran Church, She is lovingly remembered by sons, Bruce (Cheryl) and Steven (Barbara); four grandchildren, three great -grandchildren; sister-in-law Delores Falk; and nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at Christ Lutheran Church, 200 W. Larch, Libby. Memorials may be given to the church. Arrangements are by Schnackenberg Nelson Funeral Home of Libby. daughter of Friedrich and Nellie (Edwards) Laube. Vivian was raised and educated in Vernon and graduated from Vernon Jackson High School in 1944. She then attended Utica School of Commerce in Utica, N.Y. Vivian worked at Oneida Limited in Oneida, N.Y., for several years, Vivian then went to work at Griffith Air Force Base, where she met Albert "Glenn" Jackson. She niarried Glenn on June 12, 1953, in Reno, Nev. They lived in Sacramento, until 1961, when Glenn was transferred to Malmstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls. In 1970, they moved to the Glasgow Air Force Base. While in Glasgow, Vivian was the Post Master for the post office on the Base. Glenn retired in 1977, and together they moved to Hamilton. Vivian enjoyed gardening, bridge and bingo. She especially enjoyed writing poetry and also loved music. Vivian was preceded in death by her husband Glenn in October of 2009; her parents, four brothers and one sister. She is survived by two daughters, Dianne Hoffman and husband Jeff of Hamilton, and Shari Jackson of Denver, one brother, Norman Laube of Vernon, N.Y.; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2, at the Daly-Leach Chapel, with Pastor Dan Dixson officiating. Interment will take place at the Western Montana Veterans Cemetery next to Glenn. The family suggests that memorial be made in Vivian's name to the Alzheimer's Association, Montana Chapter, 3010 11th Ave, Billings, MT 59101. Condolences may be left for the family at www. dalyleachchapel.com, Edmond Dean 'Ed' Jaeger ELMO -Edmond "Ed" Dean Jaeger, Elmo, loving husband, father, grandfather, teacher and friend, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010, at his home surrounded by his loving family after a six-year battle with cancer. Edwasbornon July 21, 1955 in Oak Harbor, a son of the late Roland and Shirley Jaeger. Ed attended Poison High School and later went on to join the Army National Guard. In 1977, Ed married Leanor Roach in Richmond, Jaeger and from this union three sons were born. He was a self-employed marine mechanic for over 20 years and for the past several years was an employee ot Protection Powerboat and Chief Cliff Hot Rods. Ed enjoyed classic cars, hunting, camping, fishing, motorcycling, 4-wheeling and horses, but above all, he was devoted to his family. Those left with cherished memories are his wife, Leanor; his three sons, Bo (Tara) Jaeger, Mathew (Jessica) Jaeger, and Thomas (Kyla) Jaeger; his step-father, Fred Samson; three sisters, Radine Shanks, Kathy Walker, and Connie Tucker; seven brothers, Dan Jaeger, Rich Jaeger, Jim Jaeger, Allen Samson, Fred Samson, David Samson, and Rob Samson; and four very dear grandchildren, Bethany, Haden, Gwendolyn, and Kendyl. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1, at Grogan Funeral Home, 101 Sixth Ave. Poison. Friends may call at the funeral home two hours prior to the service on Wednesday. Interment with military honors will occur at Lakeview Cemetery, Poison. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lake County Hospice, 711 Main St. SW, Ronan, MT 59864. Messages of condolence may be left for the family online by visiting www. grogan funeralhome. com. son, Bill, and friend, Gordon Somerville, were present to help him "pack up the string." Bud was born in the railroad Moore section foreman's house in Florence on Oct. 19, 1917, son of William and Hazel Moore. Bud graduated from Woodman Elementary School on the Lolo Fork of the Bitterroot River. He rounded out his education listening to and learning from the land, a process he kept up throughout an active and engaged life. In June 1974, the University of Montana awarded him an honorary Doctor of Science Degree for his contributions to natural resource conservation. Bud was the quintessential "Mountain Man." He ran winter trap lines on his way to and from Woodman School, and cached his pack and rifle away from the school yard while in class. As a teenager, he purchased a long-line trap line down the Lochsa River and up on the Lolo Trail. Richard Joseph 'Rick' Luchau RONAN Richard Joseph "Rick" Luchau, 56, of Ronan, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010, due to natural causes. Rick was born on May 18, 1954, to Dick and Nadine Luchau of Ronan. Growing up, he learned his love of hunting, fishing, and the outdoors from his dad. After Rick had his own son Luchau he spent much time doing the same things with him. "Ricky" became Rick's main hunting arid fishing buddy and Rick cherished every moment they spent together in the outdoors. Much of Rick's youth was spent at the family cabin on Flathead Lake, where he spent his time boating, water-skiing, fishing and initiating firework wars with the cousins. In later years, during Alan A. Gabster MISSOULA -Dr. Alan Andrew Gabster, 62, of Missoula, passed away on Friday, Nov. 19, 2010, at his property on Petty Creek, of an unexpected cardiac event. He was born on Oct. 9, 1948, in Santa Monica, to Cleopha and Andrew Gabster, remained in the region through high school, and returned to complete undergraduate and medical schools. Alan's medical internship, residency in internal medicine, and fellowships in cardiology and nuclear medicine took him through Albuquerque, N.M., Terry Wayne Dorland MISSOULA Terry Wayne Dorland, 51, of Missoula, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010. He was born on Sept. 24, 1959, in Great Falls to Marian and David Dorland. He was raised in Missoula and graduated fromHellgate High School. Terry served in the U.S. Navy, as a military police officer and dog handler for over 12 years. He received a Humanitarian Service Medal along with many honors for Marksmanship. After leaving the Navy he remained in the Reserves for over 10 years. As a civilian he continued to work in the lL-i Gabster Dominguez and Damon Piedalue. He is survived by big brothers Bryan Dominguez, Brandon Piedalue and Brent Pledalue Piedalue; grandparents Floyde and Sharon Piedalue, Sam and Lena Dominguez; along with many close friends and family. He was funny, loveable and a joy to be around. He was very passionate about sports, music and being with friends and family. He especially got excited about football. He was able to enjoy many events with his family over the last few years such as the Pro-Bowl in Hawaii, preseason games between the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders. He was able to spend time with family in Oregon and Missoula. His strength and charisma were an inspiration to everyone around him, He was a lighthearted, caring young man who never complained. He faced many obstacles that he was able to overcome with his free spirit. Visiting is held p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 30, at Garden City Funeral Home, 1705 W. Broadway. Friends are encouraged to speak at his visitation. This will be a time to celebrate his life, his way. Funeral services will be held same day at 3-4 p.m. at the Christian Foursquare, 1001 Cleveland with a reception following. Ronald Bradley Piedalue MISSOULA -A private memorial for Ronald Bradley Piedalue will be held at noon Sunday, Dec. 12, at the Eagles, for friends and family of his dad, Floyd Damon Piedalue, who were unable to attend the funeral due to such short notice. i Glenn L. Rimbey EL DORADO, Kan. Glenn L. Rimbey, 76, formerly of Hamilton, passed away on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010, in El Dorado, surrounded by his wife of 53 years, Edith Rimbey, and his daughter Sara B. Touchette. Glenn was born on Feb. 4, 1934, and is survived by his wife and daughter; a son, John Rimbey of Santa Fe, N.M.; and countless friends gathered over the years. There will be no services. Please smile at a stranger and tell them to have a great day, Glenn would approve. DEATH NOTICES Roy Albert Parmelee Jr. TROUT CREEK Roy Albert Parmelee 72, of Trout Creek, died on Sunday, Nov. 28, at St. Patrick Hospital. Cremation Burial Society of the Rockies will announce arrangements. Alice J. Tobol RONAN-Alice J.Tobal, 87, of Ronan, died at St. Luke Community Hospital, on Saturday, Nov. 27, of natural causes. Cremation has taken place at the Mission Valley Crematory and no services are planned at this time. Shrider-Thompson Funeral and Cremation Services assisted the family. Mavis L. Potter STEVENSVILLE Mavis L. Potter, 81, of Stevensville, died at her home, on Monday, Nov. 29. Arrangements will be announced by the Whitesitt Funeral Home. Dorothy Franklin HAMILTON Dorothy Franklin, 82, died on Monday, Nov. 29, at the Marcus Daly Hospice Center, in Hamilton. Brothers Mortuary and Crematory will announce arrangements. JJy Elk to close Jumbo By KIM BRIGGEMAN of the Missoulian The return of winter will bring Mount Jumbo's own elk herd back to its traditional winter range. In fact, last week's harsh temperatures and the weekend's continuing snowfall have already pushed the elk out onto Jumbo's open faces. That means it's time for most of the mountain to be returned to the elk and other animals, for the sake of their winter survival. Starting Wednesday, Mount Jumbo's North Zone, from the Saddle Road to the north, is closed until Mayl. The South Zone, from the Saddle Road south to Interstate 90, is closed from Wednesday to March 15. The Saddle Road is located at the north end of Lincoln Hills Drive. Maps and more information are available at www.n3Jssou7aparfo.org'. That doesn't mean humans can't still enjoy the hill, as several trails on Mount Jumbo are open all year, including the U.S. West road above Interstate 90 and the trail, both of which are accessible at the Cherry Street trailhead. Short trail sections begirming at Hidden Trail in East Missoula and Marshall Canyon will also remain open. If you're headed up, your dog must be leashed on Mount Jumbo during the winter closure. The road linking Upper Lincoln Hills Drive with Tamarack Street and the 40 acres below the road are also open all year. Winter hikers and their canine companions can enjoy the numerous trails, scenic views and varied terrain on the North Hills, Mount Sentinel, Rattlesnake Greenway; and in the Pattee Canyon, Blue Mountain and Rattlesnake recreation areas. The new Parks and Trails map, available at Currents Aquatics Center and local retailers after Dec. 13, features detailed maps of open space trails. The map costs $4. Hikers are reminded to leash dogs where posted and remove their pet's waste. Call 721-PARK for more information about winter walking and hiking opportunities. Reporter Kim Briggeman can be reached at 523-5266 or at kbriggemanmissoulian. com. Speech tournament needs 30 judges Judges are needed for a speech tournament to be held in Corvallis on Friday and Saturday. Corvallis High School will host more than 600 students representing Class AA, A and B-C schools for the two-day competition, which will include four debate events, six drama events and eight speech events. A tournament this size will require almost 500 volunteer judging hours. About 30 judges still are needed. A judge training session will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the high school library. Missoulian the annual Fourth of July celebration, he was also known to start the neighbor's trees on fire, due to the excessive fireworks. Rick attended Ronan High School, where he played football and participated in track, was a member of the ski club, and a member of the Big Mountain Ski Team in Whitefish. He graduated from high school in 1972. From 1972 until 1974, he attended Montana State University, where he pledged with Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He returned to Ronan in 1974 to join the family business in building and managing Ronan Sports and Western, which he ran for 25 years. In conjunction with the sporting goods store, he also owned and operated an outfitting business in the Selway-Bitterroot wilderness for five years. In 1986; he married the love of his life, Susie Kelly. Rick and Susie had two children, Jenna and Ricky, who were his entire world. He was known to say many times that becoming a father was the best thing he had ever done and nothing else could and Chicago. A Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, Alan served as director of nuclear cardiology at Gunderson Clinic and assistant professor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin, both in LaCrosse. Alan began cardiology in private practice in Missoula in 1988, and served in various capacities at St. Patrick Hospital, Community Medical Center, American Heart Association, University of Montana School of Pharmacy, and University of Washington WWAMI program. At the time of his death, Alan was serving on the Missoula County Board of Health, and as part of the medical staff of Partnership Health Center in Missoula, as well as Community Health Centers in Dillon and Butte. He was honored in 2009 by the armed protection service. He leaves behind one son, Travis Dorland of Florence; two daughters Jamie Dorland of Missoula, and Jacqueline Johnson (Ian Johnson) of Cave Creek, and one grandson, Braydon Dorland. He also leaves behind four siblings, Sharon Miller (Don Moser) of Pennsylvania, Linda Richards (Ken) of Missoula, Brenda Dorland-Duffy (Anthony) of Lolo, Janice Schlecht (Robert) of Oklahoma, and Rick Davis (Susan) of California; along with seven nieces and nephews. Services will begin at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec 3, at the Veterans Cemetery, 1911 Tower Missoula, followed by a reception at Garden City Funeral home, 1705 W. Broadway, Missoula.
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