GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                            Tuesday, November 29, 2005

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Keith Alexander Epler

    Keith Alexander Epler, 89, of Billings, a former long time resident of Harlem, died of natural causes Thursday at Valley Health Care Center in Billings.

    His memorial service is 1 p.m. Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church in Harlem. Cremation or Funeral Gallery of Billings is handling arrangements.

    He is survived by his daughter, Margaret "Peggy" Epler Grimm, and her husband, Dwight "D," of Argyle, Texas; granddaughters Mrs. Darryl (Cindy Epler) Magnuson of Billings, Mrs. Robert (Candus Epler) Scheffelmaer of Harlem and Mrs. Gregory (Shannon Grimm) Hignight of Highland Village, Texas; a grandson, L. Keith Grimm and his wife, Angie, of Roanoke, Texas; seven great-grandchildren; a daughter-in-law, Marcella Epler of Harlem; a brother-in-law, Clare Sands of Lakeside; a cousin, Tom Ring and his wife, Jamie; nephews Steve, Jack and Craig Sands and Joe and Kent Epler.

    He was born April 9, 1916, to J.W. and Natie Epler at Dooley, Mont. He married Cathleen Mae Ramey in Harlem on July 4, 1937.

    Keith was preceded in death by wife, Cathleen; a son James; a grandson, Curtis, his parents, his brother, Joe Junior; and a sister Donna Mae Epler Sands.

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BILLINGSS GAZETTE                                            Tuesday, November 29, 2005

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Keith Alexander Epler                              

    Keith Alexander Epler, 89, of Billings, born April 9, 1916, to J.W. and Natie Epler at Dooley, Mont., a former longtime resident of Harlem, passed away Nov. 24, 2005, at Valley Health Care Center.    

    He married Cathleen Mae Ramey in Harlem on July 4, 1937. He is survived by his daughter, Margaret "Peggy" Epler Grimm and husband Dwight "D" of Argyle, Texas; granddaughters, Mrs. Darryl (Cindy Epler) Magnuson, Billings, Mrs. Robert (Candus Epler) Scheffelmaer, Harlem, Mrs. Gregory (Shannon Grimm) Hignight, Highland Village, Texas; grandson L. Keith Grimm and wife Angie, Roanoke, Texas; seven great-grandchildren; daughter in-law Marcella Epler Harlem; brother in-law Clare Sands, Lakeside; cousin Tom Ring and wife Jamie; nephews Steve, Jack and Craig Sands, Joe and Kent Epler. Keith was preceded in death by wife Cathleen; son James; grandson Curtis; his parents; his brother, Joe Junior; sister Donna Mae Epler Sands.   

     A memorial service will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, at the First Presbyterian Church in Harlem.    

    Arrangements are by Cremation or Funeral Gallery.

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THE BLAINE CO. JOURNAL NEWS-OPINION                  Wednesday, November 30 2005

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Keith Epler

Keith Alexander Epler, 89, of Billings MT; a former long time resident of Harlem, passed away November 24th at Valley Health Care Center.

He was born April 9th, 1916 to J.W. and Natie Epler at Dooley, MT.

He married Cathleen Mae Ramey in Harlem on July 4, 1937.

Keith was preceded in death by wife Cathleen, son James, grandson Curtis, his parents, his brother Joe Junior, and sister Donna May Epler Sands.

He is survived by his daughter Margaret "Peggy" Epler Grimm and husband Dwight "D" of Argyle, TX. granddaughters: Mrs. Darryl (Cindy Epler) Magnuson, Billings; Mrs. Robert (Candus Epler) Scheffelmaer, Harlem; Mrs. Gregory (Shannon Grimm) Hignight, Highland Village, TX.- grandson: L. Keith Grimm and wife Angle, Roanoke, TX, seven great­grandchildren; daughter in-law Marcella Epler, Harlem: brother in-law Clare Sands, Lakeside, MT;  cousin Tom Ring & wife Jamie; nephews ,Sieve, Jack and Craig Sands, Joe and Kent Epler.

A memorial service will be held 1:00 p.m.. Saturday. Decemher 3. 2005 at the First Presbvterian Church in Harlem, MT.

Arrangements are by Cremation or Funeral Gallery.

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