HAVRE DAILY NEWS
Beth Richman McGuire, 77, died at a
A service of
farewell will be held at Saturday in the
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bernard "Bunny" McGuire in 2000; parents, Vern and Myrtle Richman; brothers, Jack and Bill Richman; sisters, Clea Bergren and Donna Jessel.
Survivors include her daughters, Terri Gilbert of Laurel, Candy Kalal of Zortman, Connie Fetter of Harlem; sons, Larry McGuire of Lewistown and Garry McGuire of Harlem; 19 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; stepsiblings, Jay Miller of Harlem, Milton Miller of Dallas, Ore., Ione Buck of Milton-Freewater, Ore., and Jo Ellen Thorn of North Carolina.
GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE
is Saturday at the
Survivors include daughters Terri Gilbert of Laurel, Candy Kalal of Zortman and Connie Fetter of Harlem; sons Larry McGuire of Lewistown and Garry McGuire of Harlem; stepsisters Ione Buck of Milton-Freewater, Ore., and Jo Ellen Thorn of North Carolina; stepbrothers Jay Miller of Harlem and Milton Miller of Dallas, Ore.; 19 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren.
Her husband, Bernard "Bunny" McGuire, died in 2000.
THE BLAINE CO. JOURNAL NEWS-OPINION
Beth (Rlchman) Mc Guire, 77, passed
away very suddenly Oct. 541h in a
born March 17. 1926 in
school for I 2 years in
Beths main goal in life was to have a family and be a good mother. She reached this goal when she and Bunny had a daughter then two sets of twins. When the children were about grown, she worked at Kecks cabins, The Merry Market and Security State Bank before retiring. She was still Keeping books for McGuires Motel at the time of her death.
She liked the outdoors and enjoyed their years of ranching and helping feed the cows.
She was a good camper. even to the point of sleeping in the back of a pickup only a few months before the twin boys were born, and her fried chicken was the best! She loved to set around the campfire and listen to the fellows tell stories, she enjoyed attending the Army reunions until Bunny was gone.
Most of all, she enjoyed her family. and welcomed each new baby with open arms. She spent many hours reading her well-worn Bible and attended the Yoked Parish church when feeling well. Beth had a full life and left behind many memories that will live on down through the generations.
She is survived
by: daughters Tern Gilbert of
She was proceeded in death by her husband Bunny: her parents: her brothers Jack and Bill: and sisters Donna Jessel and Clem Bergren.
carried to her final resting place (beside her husband of 55 years) in the