THE BLAINE CO. JOURNAL NEWS-OPINION                  Wednesday, February 28, 2007

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Scott Billmayer

 

    Scott W. Billmayer, 52, died Monday, February 26th at his home in Bigfork after a short illness. Tentative services will be Friday, March 2nd at 1 p.m. in the American Lutheran Church in Hogeland. A full obituary will follow in next week’s paper.

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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                              Thursday, March 1, 2007

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Billmayer, Scott Waring

 

 

    BIGFORK - Former Hogeland, Chinook and Conrad resident Scott Waring Billmayer, 52, died of pancreatic cancer Monday at his home in Bigfork.
His funeral is 1 p.m. Friday at American Lutheran Church in Hogeland, followed by a lunch at the church. Burial will be private.

    Johnson Mortuary & Crematory is in charge of arrangements.
    Survivors include his wife of nearly 30 years, Joyce Billmayer of Bigfork; a daughter, Jacklyn Billmayer of Kalispell; a son, Josh (Heidi) Billmayer of Conrad; his mother, Jeanette (Richard) King of Conrad; brothers Allen (Merrilyn) Billmayer of Hogeland, James Jay (Vickie) Billmayer of Kalispell and Gale "Pete" (Pam) Billmayer of Conrad; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Scott was born Dec. 1, 1954, to Frank and Jeanette (Kelly) Billmayer.

    The youngest of four sons, Scott attended grade school in Hogeland, Mont. The Billmayer family later moved to Chinook, where Scott played football for the Sugarbeeters. He graduated from Chinook High School in 1973.
    On July 15, 1977, Scott married Joyce Inman at the Lutheran Church in Chinook. They moved to Hogeland, where Scott enjoyed farming and trucking. In 1988, Scott went to work as a heavy equipment operator and mechanic for the Montana Department of Transportation in Harlem, later transferring to Conrad. While living in Conrad, Scott and Joyce purchased Conrad Floral and owned and operated the Rocky Mountain Hi ski resort. In the spring of 2005, Scott and Joyce moved to the Flathead Valley, where he worked for the Flathead County Road Department until his illness.
All who knew Scott agree he was a kind and selfless person with a heart as big as the Montana sky. He freely shared his time and great mechanical abilities whenever there was a need. Scott was a self-taught man of diverse talents. He had a great knowledge and love for farming, which he passed on to his son. Friend, neighbor or stranger all received the same full measure of all he had to offer. Things just always seemed to work better after Scotty had been around.
    Scott's many hobbies included metal fabrication, gold panning, fishing, spending valued time with the family and friends who loved him, and lounging with his best buddy, his cat Festus. Scott will be dearly missed by all who knew him, those who were enriched by his humor and who were touched by his enthusiasm for life.
    He was preceded in death by his father, Frank, in 1976.
    Memorials honoring Scott's life may be given to the American Cancer Society or American Lutheran Church of Hogeland, Mont.
    Condolences may be sent online to greatfallstribune.com/obituaries.

Published in the Great Falls Tribune on 3/1/2007.

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THE DAILY INTERLAKE - Kalispell                                 Thursday, March 1, 2007

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Scott Waring Billmayer, 52

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 28, 2007 - 11:48:58 pm MST

           

    Scott Waring Billmayer, 52, passed away Monday, Feb. 26, 2007, at his home in Bigfork after a short illness. He fought a valiant battle against pancreatic cancer.

    Scott was born Dec. 1, 1954, to Frank and Jeanette (Kelly) Billmayer.

    Scott, the youngest of four sons, attended grade school in Hogeland. The Bilimayer family later moved to Chinook, where Scott played football for the Sugarbeeters. He graduated from Chinook High School in 1973.

     On July 15, 1977, Scott married Joyce lnman at the Lutheran Church in Chinook. Together they moved to Hogeland, where Scott enjoyed farming and trucking.

    In 1988, Scott went to work as a heavy-equipment operator and mechanic for the Montana Department of Transportation in Harlem, later transferring to Conrad. While living in Conrad, Scott and Joyce purchased Conrad Floral and owned and operated the Rocky Mountain Hi ski resort. In spring 2005, Scott and Joyce moved to the Flathead Valley, where he worked for the Flathead County Road Department until his illness.  All who knew Scott agree he was a kind and selfless person with a heart as big as the Montana sky. He freely shared his time and great mechanical abilities whenever there was a need. Scott was a self-taught man of diverse talents. He had a great knowledge and love for farming, which he passed on to his son.          

    Friend, neighbor or stranger all received the same full measure of all he had to offer. Things just always seemed to work better after Scotty had been around.
    Scott’s many hobbies included metal fabrication, gold panning, fishing, spending valued time with the family and friends who loved him, and lounging with his best buddy, a cat named Festus. Scott will be dearly missed by all who knew him, those who were enriched by his humor and who were touched by his enthusiasm for life.
    Scott was preceded in death by his father, Frank, in 1976.
    He is survived by Joyce, his wife of nearly 30 years; daughter, Jacklyn Billmayer, of Kalispell; son, Josh, and Heidi Billmayer, of Conrad; mother, Jeanette, and Richard King, of Conrad; brothers, Allen and Merrilyn Billmayer of Hogeland, James Jay and Vickie Bilimayer of Kalispell, and Gale “Pete” and Pam Billmayer of Conrad; and numerous nieces and nephews.
    Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, March 2, at the American Lutheran Church in Hogeland. Private family interment will precede the funeral. A luncheon will be after the service at the church.
    Memorials honoring Scott’s life may be given to the American Cancer Society or American Lutheran Church of Hogeland.
    Johnson Mortuary and Crematory is caring for Scott’s family.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                             Thursday, March 1, 2007

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SCOTT BILLMAYER


(Created: Thursday, March 1, 2007 12:28 PM MST)

    HOGELAND - Scott Waring Billmayer, 52, died Monday, Feb. 26, 2007, at his home in Bigfork after a short illness. He fought a valiant battle against pancreatic cancer.
    His funeral service will be Friday at 1 p. m. at the American Lutheran Church in Hogeland. Private family interment will precede the funeral. A luncheon will follow the service at the church.

    Scott was born on Dec. 1, 1954, to Frank and Jeanette (Kelly) Billmayer. Scott , the youngest of four sons, attended grade school in Hogeland. The Billmayer family later moved to Chinook, where Scott played football for the Sugarbeeters. He graduated from Chinook High School in 1973.

    On July 15, 1977, Scott married Joyce Inman at the Lutheran Church in Chinook. Together they moved to Hogeland, where Scott enjoyed farming and trucking. In 1988, Scott went to work as a heavy equipment operator and mechanic for the Montana Department of Transportation in Harlem, later transferring to Conrad. While living in Conrad, Scott and Joyce purchased and operated the Rocky Mountain Hi ski resort. In the spring of 2005, Scott and Joyce moved to the Flathead Valley, where he worked for the Flathead County Road Department until his illness. Scott was a kind and selfless person with a heart as big as the Montana sky. He freely shared his time and great mechanical abilities whenever there was a need. Scott was a self-taught man of diverse talents. He had a great knowledge and love for farming, which he passed on to his son. Friend, neighbor or stranger all received the same full measure of all he had to offer. Things just always seemed to work better after Scotty had been around. Scott’s many hobbies included metal fabrication, gold panning, fishing, spending valued time with the family and friends that loved him, and lounging with his best buddy, his cat Festus.

    Scott was preceded in death by his father, Frank, in 1976.

    Survivors include Joyce, his wife of nearly 30 years; daughter, Jacklyn Billmayer of Kalispell; son, Josh (Heidi) Billmayer of Conrad; mother, Jeanette (Richard) King of Conrad; brothers, Allen (Merrilyn) Billmayer of Hogeland, James Jay (Vickie) Billmayer of Kalispell and Gale “Pete” (Pam) Billmayer of Conrad; and numerous nieces and nephews.

    Memorials honoring Scott’s life may be given to American Cancer Society or American Lutheran Church of Hogeland.

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THE BLAINE CO. JOURNAL NEWS-OPINION                  Wednesday, March 7, 2007

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Scott Waring Billmayer, 52, passed away Monday, Feb­ruary 26, 2007 at his home in Bigfork after a short illness. He fought a valiant battle against pancreatic cancer. Fu­neral Services were Friday, March 2, I :00 at the American Lutheran Church in Hogeland. Private family interment will precede the funeral. A luncheon followed the service at the church.

Scott was born on Decem­ber 1, 1954, to Frank and Jeanette (Kelly) Billmayer., Scott, the youngest of four sons, attended grade school in Hogeland. The Billmayer fam­ily later moved to Chinook where Scott played football for the Sugarbeeters. He graduated from Chinook High School in 1973.

On July 15, 1977, Scott married Joyce Inman at, the Lutheran Church in Chinook. Together they moved to Ho­geland where Scott enjoyed farming and trucking. In 1988 Scott went to work as a heavy equipment operator and me­chanic for the Montana De­partment of Transportation in Harlem, later transferring to Conrad. While living in Conrad, Scott and Joyce purchased and operated. the Rocky Mountain Hi ski resort. In the spring of 2005, Scott and Joyce moved to the Flathead Valley, where he worked for the Flat­head County Road Department until his illness ..

All who knew Scott agree he was a kind and selfless per­son with a heart as big as the Montana sky. He freely shared his time and great mechanical abilities whenever there was a need. Scott was a self-taught man of diverse talents. He had a great knowledge and love for farming, which he passed on to his son. Friend, neighbor or stranger all received the same full measure of all he had to offer. Things just always seemed to work better after Scotty had been around. Scott's many hobbies included metal fabrication, gold panning, fishing, spending valued time with the family and friends that loved him, and lounging with his best buddy; cat Festus. Scott will be dearly missed by all who knew him, those who were enriched by his humor and who were touched by his enthusiasm for life.

Scott was preceded in death by his father, Frank, in 1976.

He is survived by Joyce, his wife of nearly 30 years; daughter, JackIyn Billmayer of Kalispell; son, Josh (Heidi) Billmayer of Conrad; Mother, Jeanette (Richard) King of Conrad; Brothers, Allen (Merrilyn) Billmayer of Ho­geland; James Jay (Vickie) Billmayer of Kalispell; Gale "Pete" (Pam) Billmayer of Conrad and numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorials honoring Scott's life may be given to American Cancer Society or American Lutheran Church of Hogeland, Montana.

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