HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                          Monday  March 23, 1998

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LUCILLE M. KINDWORTH

 

  POLSON - Lucile Mildred Klindworth, 94, formely of Chinook, died Friday, March 20, 1998, at a Polson hospital of natural causes.

  Graveside memorial services are planned for a later date and will be announced.

  Klindworth was born April 1, 1903, at Cleveland to Charles and Kathryn Easbey. She was raised in Chinook and attended school in Lewistown and Havre.

  She taught school in Blaine County for 15 years.

  She married Herman Kindworth at Hogeland in 1926. After he retired from farming, they traveled for 11 years. He died Jan. 28, 1980.

  She was a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and sewing circle in Polson, and made many quilts for missions.

  Klindworth was preceded in death by her husband, Herman Kindworth.

  She is survived by a son, Dean H. Kindworth of Moses Lake, Wash.; four sisters, Ameretta Ronsier of Pasco, Wash., Alice Wittmere of Helena, L'Nora Pershall of beavewrton, Ore., and Susan Vikse of Brooklyn Park, Minn.; a brother, Fremont Easbey of Helena; three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

  Arrangements are by Grogan Funeral Home of Polson.

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THE BLAINE COUNTY NEWS-OPINION                                              Wednesday  April 1, 1998

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LUCILLE  KINDWORTH

 

  Lucile Mildred Klindworth, 94, of Polson, died of natural causes on Friday, March 20, 1998, at the St. Joseph Hospital.

  Graveside memorial services and committal are planned for after Easter and will take place in Polson.

  Arrangements by the Grogan Funeral Home of Polson.

  Lucille was born April 1, 1903, to Mr. & Mrs. Charles Easbey. She was teaching at the Praire Rose School (one of several rural schools on the Big Flat) when she met Herman Klindworth. They were married in 1926 and farmed and raised cattle on Herman's homestead. Lucile continued to teach in Prairie Rose and Wing Schools for many years.

  Lucile and Herman had one son, Dean. In 1968 they sold their land to Dean and in 1969 they bought a home in Polson, where Lucile lived until her death.

  Survivers include son, Dean H. Kindworth of Moses Lake, WA; four sisters, Ameretta Ronsier of Pasco, WA, Alice Wittmere of Helena, L'Nora Pershall of beavewrton, OR., and Susan Vikse of Brooklyn Park, MN; one brother, Fremont Easbey of Helena; three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

  She was preceded in death by her husband, Herman, in 1980.

  Herman was the ninth of 14 Klindworth children and Lucile was the last of all the siblings and their spouses. Her passing marks the end of the entire generation of Klindworths.

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