BILLINGSS GAZETTE Thursday, August 19, 2004

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R. Cameron Worstell

HAVRE - R. Cameron Worstell, 65 years of age, an instructor/associate college professor and a resident of Havre, died on Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2004, peacefully, surrounded by his family, at a Billings Hospital, of natural causes.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, Aug. 20, at 11 a.m., at the Van Orsdel Methodist Church in Havre, with Rev. VaunDalee Delong officiating. Cremation will follow the service. Memorials in his honor may be made to the Van Orsdel United Methodist Church, 410 Fifth Ave., Havre, MT 59501, or to the MSU-Northern Foundation, PO Box 1691, Havre, MT 59501, or to a charity in Cameron's name. Services and arrangements are under the direction of Holland and Bonine Funeral Home.

Cameron was born Nov. 9, 1938, at Big Sandy, the son of Richard A. and Wilda Ann (Augustine) Worstell. His family moved to Great Falls, where he attended school and graduated from Great Falls High School in 1956. He then attended and graduated from Northern Montana College in Havre. He married Ruby M. (Davey) April 3, 1959, at Havre. He served in the Montana Air Natl. Guard. He taught at Montana State University-Northern, 1965 to 2004. He also worked as a realtor/broker with Witt & Loranger and later with Witt Realty from 1971 to 2002. Early in his career, he worked for Herrigs machine shop, Modern Machine Works, Valley Motor Supply and Blairs Ironworks as a machinist and welder. He also owned Milk River Machine Shop from 1975 to 1992. He was an owner/manager of rental property from 1959 to the present. His hobbies included performing magic shows, RVing and being a Lions Club member.

Survivors include his wife, Ruby Worstell of Havre; three daughters, Paula Beilke of Havre, Terri Linn (husband Donni) of Saco, Patti Culver (husband Kerry) of Moses Lake, Wash., one son, Dave Worstell (Jackie) of Billings; a sister, Ann Jean Cloonan (Cliff) of Los Osos, Calif.; and nine grandchildren.

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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE Thursday, August 19, 2004

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R. Cameron Worstell

 

HAVRE -- R. Cameron Worstell, 65, a longtime instructor and associate professor at MSU-Northern, died Tuesday of heart failure at a Billings hospital.

Services will be 11 a.m. Friday at the Van Orsdel United Methodist Church in Havre. Cremation will follow.

Cameron was born Nov. 9, 1938, at Big Sandy, Mont., the son of Richard A. and Wilda Ann (Augustine) Worstell. His family moved to Great Falls, Mont., where he attended school and graduated from Great Falls High School in 1956. He then attended school and graduated from Northern Montana College in Havre.

He married Ruby M. (Davey) April 3, 1959, at Havre, Mont. He served in the Montana Air National Guard, and taught at Montana State University Northern from 1965 to 2004. He also worked as a Realtor/broker with Witt & Loranger and later with Witt Realty from 1971 to 2002. Early in his career, he worked for Herrigs Machine Shop, Modern Machine Works, Valley Motor Supply and Blairs Ironworks as a machinist and welder. He also owned Milk River Machine Shop from 1975 to 1992. He was an owner manager of rental property from 1959 to present.

His hobbies included performing magic shows, RVing and being a Lions Club member.

Survivors include his wife, Ruby Worstell, of Havre, Mont.; three daughters, Paula Beilke of Havre; Terri Linn (Donni) of Saco, Mont.; Patti Culver (Kerry) of Moses Lake, Wash.; son, Dave Worstell (Jackie) of Billings, Mont.,; a sister Ann Jean Cloonan (Cliff) of Los Osos, Calif., and nine grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to the Van Orsdel United Methodist Church, 410 5th Ave., Havre, MT 59501, or to a charity in Cameron's name.

Services and arrangements are under the direction of Holland and Bonine Funeral Home in Havre

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS Thursday, August 19, 2004

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CAMERON WORSTELL


Worstell

R. Cameron Worstell, 65, of Havre, an instructor and associate college professor, died Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2004, at a Billings hospital of natural causes.

A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Van Orsdel United Methodist Church with the Rev. VaunDalee Delong officiating. A luncheon will follow the service at the church.

Cremation will follow the service.

Cameron was born on Nov. 9, 1938, at Big Sandy to Richard A. and Wilda Ann (Augustine) Worstell. The family moved to Great Falls, where he attended school. He graduated from Great Falls High School in 1956. He then attended and graduated from Northern Montana College.

Cameron married Ruby M. Davey on April 3, 1959, in Havre. He served in the Montana Air National Guard.

Cameron taught at Montana State University-Northern from 1965 to 2004. He also worked as a Realtor and real estate broker with Witt and Loranger Realty and then with Witt Realty from 1971 to 2004. Early in his career, he worked for Herrig's machine shop, Modern Machine works, Valley Motor Supply Co. and Blair's Iron Works as a machinist and welder. He also owned Milk River Machine Shop from 1975-1992. He was an owner and manager of rental property from 1959 to the present.

Cameron's hobbies included performing magic shows, traveling in his RV and his membership in the Lions Club.

Cameron was preceded in death by his parents.

Survivors include his wife, Ruby Worstell of Havre; daughters, Paula Beilke of Havre, Terri (Donni) Linn of Saco and Patti (Kerry) Culver of Moses Lake, Wash.; son, Dave (Jackie) Worstell of Billings; sister, Ann Jean (Cliff) Cloonan of Los Osos, Calif.; and nine grandchildren.

Memorials in his honor may be made to Van Orsdel United Methodist Church, 410 Fifth Ave., Havre, MT 59501, Montana State University-Northern Foundation, P.O. Box 1691, Havre, MT 59501, or a charity of one's choice.

Services and arrangements are under the direction of Holland and Bonine Funeral Home.

 

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THE MISSOULIAN Thursday, August 19, 2004

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R. Cameron Worstell

HAVRE - R. Cameron Worstell, 65 years of age, an instructor/associate college professor and a resident of Havre, died on Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2004, peacefully, surrounded by his family at a Billings Hospital of natural causes.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 20, at the Van Orsdel Methodist Church in Havre with the Rev. VaunDalee Delong officiating. Cremation will follow the service.

Memorials in his honor may be made to the Van Orsdel United Methodist Church, 410 Fifth Ave., Havre, MT 59501; or to the MSU-Northern Foundation, P.O. Box 1691, Havre, MT 59501; or to a charity in Cameron's name.

Services and arrangements are under the direction of Holland and Bonine Funeral Home.

Cameron was born on Nov. 9, 1938, in Big Sandy, the son of Richard A. and Wilda Ann (Augustine) Worstell. His family moved to Great Falls, where he attended school and graduated from Great Falls High School in 1956. He then attended and graduated from Northern Montana College in Havre.

He married Ruby M. (Davey) on April 3, 1959, in Havre.

He served in the Montana Air National Guard.

He taught at Montana State University-Northern, 1965 to 2004. He also worked as a realtor/broker with Witt & Loranger and later with Witt Realty from 1971 to 2002. Early in his career, he worked for Herrigs machine shop, Modern Machine Works, Valley Motor Supply and Blair's Ironworks as a machinist and welder. He also owned Milk River Machine Shop from 1975 to 1992. He was an owner/manager of rental property from 1959 to the present.

His hobbies included performing magic shows, RVing and being a Lions Club member.

Survivors include his wife Ruby Worstell of Havre; three daughters, Paula Beilke of Havre, Terri Linn (husband Donni) of Saco and Patti Culver (husband Kerry) of Moses Lake, Wash.; one son, Dave Worstell (Jackie) of Billings; a sister, Ann Jean Cloonan (Cliff) of Los Osos, Calif.; and nine grandchildren.

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