GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                                                  Tuesday, December 4, 2001  

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 Alice Kathryn 'Kaye' Phares

 

HAVRE -- Alice Kathryn "Kaye" (Sadler) Phares, 82, a homemaker, died Sunday of natural causes at a Havre hospital.

A rosary is 8 p.m. Wednesday at Edwards Funeral Home Chapel in Chinook. Funeral Mass is 11 a.m. Thursday at Saint Thomas Catholic Church in Harlem, with burial at 1:30 p.m. in the Kuper Memorial Cemetery.

Survivors include daughters Pam Kuntz of Billings and Terri Phares of Chinook; sisters Florence Porter of California and Trudy Cade of Oregon; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, George Phares in 1988 and sons Mike and Pat Phares in 1985.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                       Tuesday, December 4, 2001

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ALICE PHARES, Obituary

  CHINOOK - Alice Kathryn “Kaye” Phares, 82, died Sunday, Dec. 2, 2001, at a Havre hospital due to natural causes.

  Rosary will be 8 p.m. Wednesday at Saint Thomas Catholic Church in Harlem. Burial will follow at 1:30 p.m. in Kuper Memorial Cemetery at Chinook.

  Kaye was born Aug. 24, 1919, in Spokane, Wash., to Everett and Ella (Fox) Sadler. She came to Montana with her family in the early 1920s. Kaye attended schools in Butte and Harlem and graduated from high school in California.

  She married George Phares on Nov. 10, 1946, in Pasadena, Calif. They moved to Harlem in 1948, where she was involved in the family farm. They were instrumental in the organization of the Harlem Rodeo Club and the Chuck Wagon Days. Kaye was an active leader in 4-H and active in Saint Thomas Catholic Church.

  They moved to Chinook in 1966 and she worked for Paulson’s Hardware until retiring in 1981. Kaye enjoyed her grandchildren and family very much.

  Her hobbies included bowling and knitting.

  She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, sons, Mike and Pat Phares in 1985, and husband, George, in 1988.

  Survivors include her daughters, Pam Kuntz of Billings and Terri Phares of Chinook; sisters, Florence Porter of California and Trudy Cade of Oregon; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.

  Memorials may be sent to the Blaine County 4-H Foundation or the Chinook Cemetery Association for trees and shrubs.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                               Wednesday, December 5, 2001

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ALICE PHARES

  CHINOOK - Alice Kathryn “Kaye” Phares, 82, died Sunday, Dec. 2, 2001, at a Havre hospital due to natural causes.

  Rosary will be 8 p.m. today at Edwards Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Mass will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Saint Thomas Catholic Church in Harlem. Burial will follow at 1:30 p.m. in Kuper Memorial Cemetery at Chinook.

  Kaye was born Aug. 24, 1919, in Spokane, Wash., to Everett and Ella (Fox) Sadler. She came to Montana with her family in the early 1920s. Kaye attended schools in Butte and Harlem and graduated from high school in California.

  She married George Phares on Nov. 10, 1946, in Pasadena, Calif. They moved to Harlem in 1948, where she was involved in the family farm. They were instrumental in the organization of the Harlem Rodeo Club and the Chuck Wagon Days. Kaye was an active leader in 4-H and active in Saint Thomas Catholic Church. They moved to Chinook in 1966 and she worked for Paulson’s Hardware until retiring in 1981.

  Kaye enjoyed her grandchildren and family very much. Her hobbies included bowling and knitting.

  She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, sons, Mike and Pat Phares in 1985, and husband, George, in 1988.

  Survivors include her daughters, Pam Kuntz of Billings and Terri Phares of Chinook; sisters, Florence Porter of California and Trudy Cade of Oregon; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.

  Memorials may be sent to the Blaine County 4-H Foundation or the Chinook Cemetery Association for trees and shrubs.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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THE BLAINE COUNRY JOURNAL, NEWS-OPINION                           Wednesday, December 5, 2001

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KAYE PHARES

  Alice Kathryn “Kaye” Phares, 82, died of natural causes on Sunday, December 2, 2001, Northern Montana Hospital in Havre. Rosary will be Wednesday, December 5 (today), at 8:00 p.m. in the  Edwards Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Mass will be Thursday, December 6, at 11:00 a.m. in the St. Thomas Catholic Church in Harlem, with burial following in the Kuper Memorial Cemetery in Chinook.

Memorials are suggested to the Blaine County 4-H Foundation or to the Chinook Cemetery Association for trees and shrubs. Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook. 

  Kaye was born August 24, 1919, in Spokane, Washington, to Everett and Ella (Fox) Sadler. She came to Montana with her family in the early 1920's attended schools in Butte and Harlem,then graduated from high school in California. On  November 10, 1946, Kaye married George Phares in Pasadena, California. They moved to Harlem in 1948 and she was involved in the family farm.

  George and Kaye were instrumental in organizing the Harlem Rodeo Club and the Chuck Wagon Days. Kaye was an active leader in 4-H program and an active member in the St. Thomas Catholic Church. Her hobbies included bowling and knitting.

   In 1966 Kaye and George moved to Chinook and she was employed by Paulson’s Hardware, where she worked until retiring in 1981 Kaye enjoyed her family and her grandchildren very much.

  Kaye is survided bt two daughters, Pam Kuntz of Billings and Terri Phares of Chinook; sisters, Florence Porter of California and Trudy Cade of Oregon; eight grandchildren and  six great-grandchildren.

  She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother; two sons, Mike and Pat Phares in 1985; and her husband, George, in 1988.

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