BLAINE COUNTY JOURNAL NEWS - OPINION                               Wednesday, December 13, 2000

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PATRICK DOYLE

  Word was recieved that longtime commercial/ag pilot Patrick Doyle, 59, passed away, after a valiant fight

against cancer, at his residence in Turner on the morning of Tuesday, December 12. Funeral services are set for Saturday, December 16, at 2:00 p.m. in the Turner High School Gymnassium. A complete obituary will appear

in next week's Journal, News-Opinion.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                               Thursday, December 14, 2000

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PATRICK DOYLE

  TURNER - Patrick D. Doyle, 59, died Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2000 at his home in Turner due to pancreatic cancer.

  Memorial services will be 1 p.m. Saturday in Turner High School Gymnasium with burial with military honors at Turner Cemetery.

  Doyle was born Sept. 15, 1941 in Carrington, N.D. to Pat and Ethel (Janow) Doyle. He recieved his education in Turner and graduated from Turner High School.

  Doyle joined the U.S. Army and served from 1959 to 1962. He attended Northrup Institute of Technology and recieved his aircraft maintenance certificate. He recieved his private and commercial pilot's licences from Hensley Flying Service in Havre. He earned his instrument, multi-engine and certified flight instructor's certificate from Gillis Aviation in Billings.

  Doyle began aerial spraying in Montana in 1965, he was aerial spraying in Arkansas and met Gail Russell from Boydell, Ark. They married in October of 1968.

  Over the next 30 years, Doyle continued to spray in Montana, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona, Washington and South Dakota. As a certified flight instructor, he brgan his first ground school in Turner in 1967. His most recent students recieved their private licences in 1996. He most recently founded an aircraft maintenance shop in Havre known as Aero Tech.

  Doyle was a past director of the Montana Aviation Trades Association. He was a member of Blaine County II Ambulance since 1989.

  He was preceded in death by a son, Jason Doyle, who died in 1988.

  Survivors include his wife, Gail Doyle of Turner; sons, Jerod Doyle of Minot, N.D. and Jeffrey Doyle of Turner; parents, Pat and Ethel Doyle of Turner; sisters, Carol Malloy of Santa Claita, Calif., Sandi Thompson  of Renton, Wash. and Mikel Ann Doyle of Alburn, Wash.; numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                                               Friday , December 15, 2000

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PATRICK D. DOYLE

  TURNER - Patrick D. Doyle, 59, an Army veteran and flight instructor, died of pancreatic cancer Tuesday at his home in Turner.

  A memorial service is 1 p.m. Saturday at the Turner High School gym, followed by  burial with military honors in Turner Cemetery.  Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is in charge of arrangements.

  He was born Sept. 15, 1941 in Carrington, N.D.and  graduated from Turner High School in 1959.He served in  the Army from 1959 to 1962, then attended Northrup Institute of Technology, where he recieved a certificate in  aircraft maintenance.

  He earned private and commercial pilot's licences from Hensley Flying Service in Havre and instrument, multi-engine and certified flight instructor's certificate from Gillis Aviation in Billings.He did  aerial spraying in Montana, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona, Washington and South Dakota the next 30 years.

  He married Gail Russell in 1968.

  Doyle  first ground school in Turner in 1967 and most recently founded an aircraft maintenance shop, Aero Tech, in Havre.

  He was a past director of the Montana Aviation Trades Association and a member of Blaine County II Ambulance since 1989.

  Survivors include his wife of Turner;  two sons, Jerod Doyle of Minot, N.D. and Jeffrey Doyle of Turner; his parents, Pat and Ethel Doyle of Turner; three sisters, Carol Malloy of Santa Claita, Calif., Sandi Thompson  of Renton, Wash. and Mikel Ann Doyle of Alburn, Wash.

  A son, Jason Doyle, died in 1988.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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THE SENTINEL                                                                    Wednesday, December 20, 2000

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PATRICK DOYLE

  TURNER - Patrick D. Doyle, 59, died Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2000 at his home in Turner due to pancreatic cancer.

  Doyle was born Sept. 15, 1941 in Carrington, N.D. to Pat and Ethel (Janow) Doyle. He recieved his education in Turner and graduated from Turner High School.

  Doyle joined the U.S. Army and served from 1959 to 1962. He attended Northrup Institute of Technology and recieved his aircraft maintenance certificate. He recieved his private and commercial pilot's licences from Hensley Flying Service in Havre. He earned his instrument, multi-engine and certified flight instructor's certificate from Gillis Aviation in Billings.

  Doyle began aerial spraying in Montana in 1965, he was aerial spraying in Arkansas mad met Gail Russell from Boydell, Ark. They married in October of 1968.

  Over the next 30 years, Doyle continued to spray in //montana, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona, Washington and South Dakota. As a certified flight instructor, he brgan his first ground school in Turner in 1967. His most recent students recieved their private licences in 1996. He most recently founded an aircraft maintenance shop in Havre known as Aero Tech.

  Doyle was a past director of the Montana Aviation Trades Association. He was a member of Blaine County II Ambulance since 1989.

  He was preceded in death by a son, Jason Doyle, who died in 1988.

  Survivors include his wife, Gail Doyle of Turner; sons, Jerod Doyle of Minot, N.D. and Jeffrey Doyle of Turner; parents, Pat and Ethel Doyle of Turner; sisters, Carol Malloy of Santa Claita, Calif., Sandi Thompson  of Renton, Wash. and Mikel Ann Doyle of Alburn, Wash.; numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends.

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BLAINE CO. JOURNAL NEWS-OPINION                                    Wednesday, December 20, 2000

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PATRICK DOYLE

   Patrick D. Doyle, 59, died of pancreatic cancer at his home in Turner on Tuesday, December 12, 2000.  Memorial services were held on Saturday, December 16, 2000,  in the Turner High School Gymnasium with burial with Military Honors following in the  Turner Cemetery.  Arrangements were by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

  Patrick was born in Carrington, North Dakota, on September 15, 1941. to Pat and Ethel (Janow) Doyle.  He recieved his elementary and high school education from Turner  High School and graduated from Turner  High School in 1959. He served in the U.S. Army from 1959 to 1962. He then attended the Northrup Institute of Technology and recieved his Aircraft Maintenance Certificate. Pat earned his private and commercial pilot's licences from Hensley Flying Service in Havre. His instrument, multi-engine and certified flight instructor's certificate from Gillis Aviation in Billings.

  Pat began aerial spraying in Montana in 1965 he was aerial spraying in Arkansas, and that is where he met Gail Russell of Boydell, Arkansas. They married in October of 1968.  Over the next 30 years, Pat continued to do aerial spraying in Montana, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona, Washington and South Dakota. As a certified flight instructor, he began his first ground school in Turner in 1967. With his passion for flying and his credibility, he instilled knowledge and confidence in his students. His most recent students were Scott Snider and Chet Wolery, who recieved their private licences in 1996.

  Pat most recently founded an aircraft maintenance shop,  known as Aero Tech, in Havre. He was a past director of the Montana Aviation Trades Association. He has been a member of Blaine County II Ambulance from 1989 until his death.

  Survivors include his wife, Gail Doyle of Turner; two sons, Jerod Doyle and his wife Darci of Minot, ND and Jeffrey Doyle of Turner;  his parents, Pat and Ethel Doyle of Turner; three sisters, Carol Malloy of Santa Claita, CA, Sandi Thompson  of Renton, WA and Mikel Ann Doyle of Alburn, WA; numerous nieces, nephews, family members and friends.

 He was preceded in death by a son, Jason Doyle,  in 1988.

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FROM JANUARY ISSUE OF MONTANA PILOT'S ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER          January, 2000

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PATRICK D. DOYLE

  Patrick D. Doyle, 59, an Army veteran and flight instructor, died of pancreatic cancer Tuesday at his home in Turner.  He was born September 15, 1941 in Carrington, N.D.and  graduated from Turner High School in 1959. He served in  the Army from 1959 to 1962, then attended Northrup Institute of Technology, where he recieved a certificate in  aircraft maintenance.

  He earned private and commercial pilot's licences from Hensley Flying Service in Havre and instrument, multi-engine and certified flight instructor's certificate from Gillis Aviation in Billings.He did  aerial spraying in Montana, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona, Washington and South Dakota the next 30 years.

  He married Gail Russell in 1968.

  Doyle  first ground school in Turner in 1967 and most recently founded an aircraft maintenance shop, Aero Tech, in Havre. He was a past director of the Montana Aviation Trades Association and a member of Blaine County II Ambulance since 1989.

  Our sympathy goes out to the entire Soderlind(another in same issue) & Doyle families. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

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