GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                         December 31, 1995

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George L. Fitzsimmons

  HARLEM - George L. Fitzsimmons, a longtime area cowboy, died Thursday at a

local nursing home of natural causes.

  A memorial service will be held in the spring. Edwards Funeral Home of

Chinook is in charge of arrangements.

  He was born June 23, 1903 in Verona, N.D. His family moved to Harlem when he was a child and he spent most of his life working as a cowboy at ranches in the area. In 1932 he married Elizabeth Gloyne in Lohman.

  Surviving are his wife of Harlem; two daughters, Betty Gilbert of Chester and Mary Brewster of Wasilla, Alaska; two sons, Burton Fitzsimmons of Lytle, Texas and George W. Fitzsimmons of Victor, Texas; a sister; a brother; 10

grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                    Monday  June 30, 1996

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George L. Fitzsimmons

  HARLEM - A memorial service for George L. Fitzsimmons, 92, a former Blaine

County resident who died Dec. 28 of natural causes, is 11 a.m. Tuesday at St.

Thomas Catholic Church.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                        Monday  July 1, 1996

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GEORGE L. FITZSIMMONS

  HRALEM - George L. Fitzsimmons, 92, long-time cowboy of Blaine County, died

Dec. 28, 1995, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home due to natural causes.

  A memorial service will be Tuesday, July 2, at 11 a.m.at St. Thomas Catholic

Church in Harlem.

  Fitzsimmons was born to Homer and Julia (Rostankowski) Fitzsimmons on June

23, 1903, in Verona, N.D. He came to the Harlem area with his parents as a boy

and spent most of his life working as a cowboy on ranches in the area.

  He also worked construction on the Ft. Peck Dam and for the city of Harlwm.

  He was active in the Harlem Saddle Club and enjoyed memorizing poetry anf

ballads by Robert Service.

  He married Elizabeth Gloyne on Dec. 24, 1932, in Lohman.

  He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Fitzsimmons of Chinook; two sons,

Burton Fitzsimmons of Lytle, Texas; George W. Fitzsimmons of Victor, Texas; two

daughters, Betty Gilbert of Chester, Mary Brewster of Wasilla, Alaska; 10

grandchildren, 15 Great-Grandchildren; one sister; and one brother.

  Arrangements by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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The Sentinel                                            Wednesday July 10, 1996

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GEORGE L. FITZSIMMONS

  HRALEM - George L. Fitzsimmons, 92, long-time cowboy of Blaine County, died

Dec. 28, 1995, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home due to natural causes.

  Fitzsimmons was born to Homer and Julia (Rostankowski) Fitzsimmons on June

23, 1903, in Verona, N.D. He came to the Harlem area with his parents as a boy

and spent most of his life working as a cowboy on ranches in the area.

  He also worked construction on the Ft. Peck Dam and for the city of Harlwm.

  He was active in the Harlem Saddle Club and enjoyed memorizing poetry anf

ballads by Robert Service.

  He married Elizabeth Gloyne on Dec. 24, 1932, in Lohman.

  He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Fitzsimmons of Chinook; two sons,

Burton Fitzsimmons of Lytle, Texas; George W. Fitzsimmons of Victor, Texas; two

daughters, Betty Gilbert of Chester, Mary Brewster of Wasilla, Alaska; 10

grandchildren, 15 Great-Grandchildren; one sister; and one brother.

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