GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                                                 Sunday, May 19, 2002

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Donalee Hutton

 

  CHINOOK -- Donalee (Barber) Hutton, 70, of Chinook, a housewife, died Friday at a Billings hospital of complications from cancer.

  A memorial service is 2 p.m. Tuesday at American Lutheran Church in Chinook, with a private family burial in Kuper Memorial Cemetery. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is handling the arrangements.

Survivors include daughters Annita Hutton of Chinook and Mary Ann Winkler of Billings; sons Jerry Lee Hutton of Park City and Jim Hutton of Grand Junction, Colo.; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

  She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald, in 1989

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BILLINGS GAZETTE                                                                      Monday, May 20, 2002

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Donalee Hutton

  CHINOOK - Donalee Hutton, 70, died May 17, 2002, in Billings.

  Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, at the American Lutheran Church in Chinook.    

  Edwards Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                          Monday, May 20, 2002

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DONALEE HUTTON           

           

  CHINOOK - Donalee Hutton, 70, died Friday, May 17, 2002, in Billings due to complications of cancer. 

  A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Lutheran Church in Chinook. A reception will be held at the Chinook Eagles following the service. 

  Hutton was born July 7, 1931, to Jim and Kate Barber of Lloyd. She attended school in Lloyd until eighth grade, then went to high school in Chinook. She graduated in 1948. She attended college at MSU-Bozeman for two years in the nursing program. 

  She married Gerald Hutton in 1950 and went from being a rancher’s daughter to being a farmer’s wife. They lived in Turner. She returned to nursing school at MSU-Northern in Havre and graduated as a registered nurse. 

  Donalee and Gerald moved to Chinook, where Donalee worked as an RN in home health, county health and at the Havre hospital. 

  Donalee belonged to the Eagles Auxiliary, VFW, Quilting Guild, Sweet Memorial Nursing Home board, volunteered countless hours for the Blaine County Food Pantry, and was active in the Lutheran Church. 

  She enjoyed her family and friends, was an avid quilter and a green-thumb gardener. She enjoyed attending jazz festivals, traveling with friends, and loving her grandchildren. 

  She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald Hutton in 1989. 

  Survivors include her children, Annita Hutton of Chinook, Jerry Lee Hutton of Park City, Jim Hutton of Grand Junction, Colo., and Mary Ann Winkler of Billings; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.

  Memorials may be made to the Blaine County Food Pantry or Sweet Memorial Nursing Home.   

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THE BLAINE COUNRY JOURNAL, NEWS-OPINION                           Wednesday, May 22, 2002

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DONALEE HUTON

  Donalee Hutton, 70, passed away on Friday morning, May 17, 2002, in a Billings Hospital from complications with cancer. A memorial service was held on Tuesday, May 21, at 2:00 p.m. in the American Lu­theran Church in Chinook. A reception was held at the Chi­nook Eagles following the serv­ice. Memorials can be made to the Chinook Food Pantry or the Sweet Memorial Nursing Home.

  Donalee was born on July 7, 1931, to Jim and Kate Barber of Lloyd. She attended the Lloyd School through the eighth grade and then attended Chinook High School, graduating with the Class of 1948. She attended College at MSU in Bozeman for two years in the Nursing Pro­gram.

  In 1950 she met and married Gerald Hutton and went from a rancher’s daughter to a farmer’s wife living in Turner where they raised their family of four. She returned to nursing school at MSU-Northem in Havre, graduat­ing as a registered nurse. Don­alee and Gerald moved to Chi­nook and she worked as a RN in Home Health, County Nurses Office, and the Havre hospital.

  She was a member of the Ea­gles Auxiliary, the VFW Auxil­iary, a Quilting Guild, the Sweet Nursing Home Board, and volun­teered countless hours at the Chinook Food Pantry as well as being very active in the Ameri­can Lutheran Church. She en­joyed her family and friends, was an avid quilter and green thumb gardener, enjoyed attending jazz festivals, traveling with her friends, and loving her grand­children.

  Survivers include her çhil­dren, Annita Hutton of Chinook, Jerry Lee Hutton of Park City, MT, Jim Hutton of Grand Junc­tion, CO, and Mary Ann Winkler of Billings; grandchildren, Melisa Lee Kulseng-Hansen, Marty Billmayer, Stephanie Kelley, Erika Ruiz, Derek Hutton USMC, Jaylon Hutton, James Hutton, Jace Huttofl, Everett Winkler, and Erin Winkler; great grandchiJd,  Var Kulseng.Hansen and Serenity Rujz.

  She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald, in 1989.

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