HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                               September 16, 1981

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DALE BRANDT

 

  Funeral services for, Dale Allen Brandt. 46, a native of Havre will be conducted at 10 am. Thursday at the Nez Perce (Idaho) Community Methodist Church with the Rev. Don Lange officiating.

  Interment will be in Ronan. Friday.

  Arrangements were handled by the lJhlorn Funeral Home, Cottonwood, ldah., and Schrider Funeral Home, Ronan.

  Mr. Brandt was dead on arrival at a Lewistown, Idah., hospital Monday. He had suffered a heart attack.

  Mr. Brandt was born in Havre, September 5, 1935 and was the son of Harold and Violet Brandt. He was graduated from Rudyard High School. Mr. Brandt attended Northern Montana College and was graduted from Montana State University.

  He was married to Ellene  Ishmael at Ronan, July 15, 1956.

  She survies him as do a son. Chris, at home in Nez Perce; daughters, Colleen Brandt, New York City and Katy Brandt, Nez Perce; parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt, Rudyard; sisters, Mrs. Shirley Bradford, Havre and Mrs. Geraldine Cicon. American Falls, Idaho.

  Mr. Brandt was a member of the Nez Perce Community Church; Nez Perce Lions Club and the American Field Service Club.

  He had worked in Bozeman and for the Montana Grain Terminal ­Assn. in Great Falls till 1975 and worked in Poirtland, Ore till 1979.  From Por­tland he went to Nd Perce where he was assistant manager for the Nez Perce Rochdale Co., a gram firm.

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LIBERTY COUNTY TIMES  Chester, Montana                                 Thursday, September 24, 1981

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Dale Brandt, 46 dies in Cottonwood

 

  Dale Allen Brandt, 46, former­ly of Great Fails, died of a heart attack Monday in Cotton­wood, Idaho. His home was in Nez Perce, Idaho where he w~s assistant manager for the Nez Perce Rochdale Co., a grain handling firm.

  Brandt was born in Havre Sept. 5, 1935, and was a 1957 graduate of Montana State University

  He worked for the Grain Terminal Association in Great Falls from 1957 to 1975, when he moved to Portland to work for the same firm. He had been at Nez Perce since 1979.

  Brandt married Ellene Ishmael at Ronan July 15, 1956.

  Survivors include his wife, a son, Chris, and a daughter Coleen Brandt, all of Nez Perce; another daughter, Katy Brandt, New York City, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt, Rudyard.

  Funeral services were Wed­nesday, September 16th at 2 p.m. at the Nez Perce Metho­dist Church. Burial was in Ronan at 2 p.m. Friday.

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                                                                                         Wednesday, September 23, 1981

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Dale Aflen Brandt

 

  Dale Allen Brandt. 46. was dead on arrival at a Lewistown. Id. hospital Monday. Sept. 14. 1981. He had suffered a heart attack.

  Brandt was born in Havre on Sept. 5. 1935 and was the son of Harold and Violet Brandt. He graduated from Rudyard High School. Brandt attended Northern Montana College and graduated from Montana State University.

  He was married to Ellene lshmael at Ronan. July IS. 1956. She survives him as do a son. Chris. at home in Nez Perce; daughters. Colleen Brandt. New York City and Katy Brandt. Nez Perce; parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt, Rudyard; sisters, Mrs. Shirley Bradford, Havrc and Mrs. Geraldine Cicon. American Falls, Idaho.

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CARD OF THANKS

We would like to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the Cards. memorials, visits and calls we received during a very difficuIt time. We especially appreciate so much, those Who came the long distance for the funeral.

The family of Dale Brandt.

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