HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                                                   January 17, 1995;

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HAROLD W. GORMAN

  CHINOOK - Harold W. Gorman, 71, of Chinook, a retired Montana Power Co. employee, died Thursday at his home of natural causes.

  Cremation has taken place.

  A memorial service was at 10 am. Monday in the Chinook High School gymnasium.

  Edwards Funeral home is han­dling arrangements.

  Memorials are suggested to the Chinook high girls and boys basket­ball teams.

  He was born in Chinook July 5, 1923, and grew up in this area. After graduating from Chinook High School he served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Following his discharge he went to work for Montana Power as a field operator, a position he held for 32 years until retiring.

  In 1943, he married Athelia “Dilly” Zinn; they later divorced.

  In 1963, he married Irene Winters; she died in 1988.

  An avid sports fan, he enjoyed fishing, camping, bowling and bas­ketball.

  Survivors include a daughter, Tammy Omlie of Havre; two sons, Wes Gorman of Bigfork and Jim

Gorman of Scobey; five stepchil­dren, Judy Mae Wiench of Corvallis, Linda Hindman of Chinook, Vickie Brown of Naches, Wash., and Sharon Staples and Floyd Duncan, both of Havre; five sisters, Loretta Coyner of Toppenish, Wash., Pauline Leo and Deane Zarn of Chinook, Joan Lamey of hlavre and Ruth Gallop of Cut Bank; three brothers, Doneld Gorman of Douglas, Wyo., John Gorman of Chinook and Jim Gorman of Cut Bank; 10 grandchil­dren and one great-grandchild.

  He was preceded in death by a son, Gary.

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The family of

 

HAROLD GORMAN

would like to thank all the friends, relatives and neighbors for all the food, thoughts, prayers and flowers we received during the loss ofourfathet brother and grandfather~ Words can never express how much we appreciated everything that was done

for our family.

Jim & Tammy Omlie • Sharon & Larry Staples Vickie Brown • Jim Gorman • Wes & Shirley Gorman

Linda Hindman • Butch Duncan