GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                                                                          Tuesday August 13, 1996

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HOGELAND - Armagene "Jean" (Schmidt) Mohar, 67, died Saturday at her home of an

apparent heart attack.

  Rosery will be recited at 7 this evening at St. Thomas Catholic Church in

Hogeland. Funeral Mass is 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Turner High School

qymnasium, with burial in Turner Cemetery. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is

in charge of arrangements. Memorials are suggested to the Gift of Life Housing

in Great Falls.

  She was born Nov. 12, 1927, in Plain View, Minn., where she was raised and

educated. In 1947 she married Fred Mohar in Hogeland and they farmed southwest

of Turner. After retiring in 1978, they traveled and visited, and in 1990 began

spending winter months in Arizona.

  She was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church and the Veterans of Foreihn

Wars Auxiliary, and enjoyed crocheting, camping and especially traveling.

  Survivors include her husband of Hogeland; a daughter, Nancy Snider of

Turner; a son, FredMohar Jr. of Turner; her stepfather, Bill Mohar of Harlem;

eight grandchildren, four step-grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

  She was preceded in death by a daughter, Linda Grabofsky, in 1995, and a

son-in-law, Neil Roppe, and two grandchildren.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                        Tuesday August 13, 1996

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ARMAGENE "JEAN" MOHAR

  HOGELAND - Armagene "Jean" Mohar, 67, died at the family home Aug. 10 due to

an apperant heart attack.

  Rosary will be recited Tuesday, Aug.13, at 7 p.m. in the Hogeland St. Thomas

Catholic Church.

  Funeral Mass will be Wednesday, Aug. 14, at 11 a.m. in the Turner High School

Gymnasium with burial following in Turner Cemetery.

  She was born to Albert and Janette Schmidt Nov. 12, 1927, in Plain View,

Minn. She grew up and graduated from high school there before coming to visit

her mother and step-father Bill and Janette Mohar on the Big Flat.

  It was during this visit she met and later married Fred Mohar on June 7,

1947, in Hogeland. They worked, lived and raised three children on the family

farm 12 miles southwest of Turner.

  She enjoyed crocheting, camping, family gatherings and especialy traveling.

In the Winter of 1978 the Mohars started traveling across the states visiting

family and friends.

  In 1990 they started spending the winter months in Arizona with family and

friends at Happy Trails.

  She was active in clubs, VFW Auxiliary and St. Thomas Catholic Church.

  She is survived by her husband of Hogeland; daughter, Nancy and Ralph Snider

of Turner; son, Fred Jr. and Sylvia Mohar of Turner; son-in-law, Rick Grabofsky

of Turner; eight grandchildren; one great-grandson; four step-grandchildren;

step-father, Bill Mohar of Harlem; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and a host

of friends.

  She was preceded in death by her mother, Janetta Mohar, in 1987, sin-in-law,

Neil, and grandchildren, Trent and Cassie Roppe in 1975, and a daughter, Linda

Grabofsky in 1995.

  Memorials may be sent to the Gift of Life Housing in Great Falls.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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THE SENTINEL                                        Wednesday  August 21, 1996

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ARMAGENE "JEAN" MOHAR

  HOGELAND - Armagene "Jean" Mohar, 67, died at the family home Aug. 10 due to

an apperant heart attack.

  She was born to Albert and Janette Schmidt Nov. 12, 1927, in Plain View,

Minn. She grew up and graduated from high school there before coming to visit

her mother and step-father Bill and Janette Mohar on the Big Flat.

  It was during this visit she met and later married Fred Mohar on June 7,

1947, in Hogeland. They worked, lived and raised three children on the family

farm 12 miles southwest of Turner.

  She enjoyed crocheting, camping, family gatherings and especialy traveling.

In the Winter of 1978 the Mohars started traveling across the states visiting

family and friends.

  In 1990 they started spending the winter months in Arizona with family and

friends at Happy Trails.

  She was active in clubs, VFW Auxiliary and St. Thomas Catholic Church.

  She is survived by her husband of Hogeland; daughter, Nancy and Ralph Snider

of Turner; son, Fred Jr. and Sylvia Mohar of Turner; son-in-law, Rick Grabofsky

of Turner; eight grandchildren; one great-grandson; four step-grandchildren;

step-father, Bill Mohar of Harlem; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and a host

of friends.

  She was preceded in death by her mother, Janetta Mohar, in 1987, sin-in-law,

Neil, and grandchildren, Trent and Cassie Roppe in 1975, and a daughter, Linda

Grabofsky in 1995.

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