BLAINE CO. JOURNAL, NEWS-OPINION                                       Wednesday, February, 28, 2001

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BLAINE HAY

  Blaine Hay passed away on Monday, February 26, 2001, at the Burn Center in Salt Lake from injuries he recieved on Sunday, February 25. Funeral services are set for 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 1, in the Edwards Funeral Home Chapel in Chinook. A complete obituary will be published in next week's paper.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                 WEDNESDAY, March 7, 2001

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BLAINE HAY

  HARLEM - Blaine Andrew Hay, Sr., 76, died Monday, Feb. 26, 2001 at the Salt LAke City Burn Center due to burns recieved in an accident Feb. 25 in Harlem.

  Cremation has taken place.

  A memorial service was held Thursday at Edwards Funeral Home Chapel and a burial service was Saturday at Harlem Cemetery.

  Hay was born Dec. 8, 1924 in Savoy to Dan and Edna (Rich) Hay. He attended schools in Savoy and graduated from Harlem High School.

  Hay worked for the City of Harlem, Boeing in Seattle, and later returned to Chinook. He moved to Harlem and served as chief of police for six years. He went to work for Olson Ford, where he worked until his retirement. He was a member of the Harlem Volunteer Fire Department for more than 20 years and drove school bus and wrecker for many years.

  Hay married Betty D. Dallum on June 3, 1946 in Hawley, Minn.

  He enjoyed being outdoors, hunting, fishing, his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

  He was preceded in death by his parents;  daughters, Judy Hay and Karen Simons; sisters, Gloria Miller and Alice Miller; daughter-in-law Sheila Hay; his dog, Muffin.

  Survivors include his wife, Betty Hay of Harlem; daughters, Linda Malley of Havre, Patty DeSaye of Whitehall, Connie Maize of Tioga, N.D.; son, Blaine Hay, Jr. of Wadena, Minn.; son-in-law, Calvin Simons of Havre; brothers, Bill Hay of Harlem, Dick Hay of Miles City; Sisters, Mary Beth Liese of Turner, Jean Neely and Ethel Birdwell, both of Havre; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.

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BLAINE CO. JOURNAL, NEWS-OPINION                                        Wednesday, March 7, 2001

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BLAINE HAY

  Blaine Andrew Hay, Sr., 76, died Monday, February 26, 2001, at the Salt Lake City Burn Center due to burns recieved in an accident Feb. 25 in Harlem.   Cremation has taken place. Memorial service were held on Thursday, March 1, in the  Edwards Funeral Home Chapel in Chinook with Rev. Rowlie Hutton officiating. Burial of ashes took place on  Saturday, March 3, in the  Harlem Cemetery. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook was in charge of arrangements.

  Blaine was born to Dan and Edna (Rich) Hay in Savoy, MT on December 8, 1924 . He attended schools in Savoy and graduated from Harlem High School. He worked for the City of Harlem, Boeing in Seattle, WA,  and later returned to Chinook. He moved to Harlem and served as chief of police for six years. Then he went to work for Olson Ford, where he worked until his retirement.

  On   June 3, 1946, Blaine married Betty D. Dallum in Hawley, MN. He was a member of the Harlem Volunteer Fire Department for 20+ years, plus he drove school bus and wrecker for many years. He loved being outdoors, hunting, fishing, his kids, grandkids and great-grandkids.

  Survivors include his wife, Betty of Harlem; three daughters, Linda and her husband John Malley of Havre, Patty and her husband Gred DeSaye of Whitehall, and Connie Maize of Tioga, ND; one son, Blaine,  Jr. and wife Stephanie Hay of Wadena, MN.; son-in-law, Calvin Simons of Havre; two brothers, Bill Hay of Harlem and Dick Hay of Miles City; three sisters, Mary Belle Liese of Turner, Jean Neely and Ethel Birdwell, both of Havre; 10 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.

  He was preceded in death by his parents;  two daughters, Judy Hay and Karen Simons;  two sisters, Gloria Miller and Alice Miller; daughter-in-law Sheila Hay; his dog, Muffin.

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THE SENTINEL                                                                            Wednesday, March 14, 2001

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BLAINE HAY

  HARLEM - Blaine Andrew Hay, Sr., 76, died Monday, Feb. 26, 2001 at the Salt LAke City Burn Center due to burns recieved in an accident Feb. 25 in Harlem.

  Hay was born Dec. 8, 1924 in Savoy to Dan and Edna (Rich) Hay. He attended schools in Savoy and graduated from Harlem High School.

  Hay worked for the City of Harlem, Boeing in Seattle, and later returned to Chinook. He moved to Harlem and served as chief of police for six years. He went to work for Olson Ford, where he worked until his retirement. He was a member of the Harlem Volunteer Fire Department for more than 20 years and drove school bus and wrecker for many years.

  Hay married Betty D. Dallum on June 3, 1946 in Hawley, Minn.

  He enjoyed being outdoors, hunting, fishing, his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

  He was preceded in death by his parents;  daughters, Judy Hay and Karen Simons; sisters, Gloria Miller and Alice Miller; daughter-in-law Sheila Hay; his dog, Muffin.

  Survivors include his wife, Betty Hay of Harlem; daughters, Linda Malley of Havre, Patty DeSaye of Whitehall, Connie Maize of Tioga, N.D.; son, Blaine Hay, Jr. of Wadena, Minn.; son-in-law, Calvin Simons of Havre; brothers, Bill Hay of Harlem, Dick Hay of Miles City; Sisters, Mary Beth Liese of Turner, Jean Neely and Ethel Birdwell, both of Havre; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.

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