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Feb 3, 2016

Loretta Tescher

BEACH — Loretta Tescher, 86, Beach, passed away on Jan. 27, 2016, at Knife River Care Center, Beulah. Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10 a.m. MST Thursday, Feb. 4, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Beach, with the Rev. Dan Berg officiating. Rite of committal will follow at Medora Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. MST, Wednesday at Silha Funeral Home, Beach, and from 9 to 10 a.m. MST, Thursday at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Beach. A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. MST, Wednesday at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Beach. Mom was born Oct. 19, 1929, to Math and Bertha (Koch) Brown in Beach. She grew up on a ranch 22 miles northeast of Sentinel Butte and attended Westerheim Grade School, graduating from Beach High School in 1946. Mom was Dad’s 1946 high school prom date and on June 13, 1950, they were married in a double wedding ceremony with Lloyd and Rosemarie (Tescher) Brown. She received her teaching certificate from Dickinson State Teachers’ College and began teaching grade school that fall at the age of 16. Mom taught... (Bismarck Tribune)

Feb 3, 2016

Karen Jean Layman Sinclair

Hospital Center working in the Recovery Room Dept. She previously worked at Grafton City Hospital and worked for Dr. James Malone. Karen attended Beulah Baptist Church, where she sang beautifully in the worship choir and often as a soloist. She loved her family and friends, going to the beach with her flip-flop gang, planting flowers and making crafts. Karen had a great love for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She is a beloved daughter, wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and friend. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her. She ran a Great life race and fought a good fight to the very end. The family would like to sincerely thank all those who gave Karen such good medical care during her final days.Karen is survived by her husband, of 32 wonderful years, Clark Delbert Sinclair. They were united in marriage, September 16, 1983. In addition to her husband and parents, she is survived by three sons, Clark Brandon Sinclair and wife Ashley, Glen Easton, WV, Christopher Brian Sinclair and Megan Koster, Alexandria, VA, Justin Matthew Sinclair and wife Jessica, Bridgeport; three grandchildren, Kohlton, Kaitlyn and Kamdyn; one brother, Randy Layman and wife Nancy, and niece, Amber, Simpson; one sister, Bobbie Jo Layman LaFontaine and husband Howie, Simpson; one nephew, Alex LaFontaine, Simpson; and several aunts, uncles, brother-in-laws, sister-in-laws, nieces, nephews and cousins.The family will receive friends Wednesday, February 3, 2016, from 2-8 PM, at Bartlett Funeral Home, 202 McGraw Ave. Grafton. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, February 4, 2016 at 11:00 AM at Bartlett Fu... (Mountain Statesman)

Feb 2, 2016

August Draeb

Scott Solem of Beulah in 1999. Gus was one of the first North Dakota lawyers to be elected a Fellow of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and was also an active member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He derived a great sense of satisfaction in seeing his estate plans working out many years after they had been written and enjoyed working in a community where he considered his clients to also be his friends. Gus enjoyed working with organizations and serving on boards. He was one of the original founders and a 35 year member of the Morton County Housing Authority; was appointed to the North Dakota Credit Union Board by Governor Allen Olson; served as Hebron City Attorney for 45 years; and was a long time member of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Glen Ullin and the Union Bank of Halliday. He served two terms on the Hebron School Board and for many years as a member of the Board of Trustees of MedCenter One in Bismarck. His principle passion was the American Legion serving as Post Commander, Post Adjutant for many years, North Dakota Department Commander, North Dakota Department Judge Advocate for 20 years, North Dakota Trustee of the Legionnaire Insurance Trust for 20 years, the National Convention Commission for nine years and various other National committees and commissions during which he participated in National Security tours of NATO bases in Europe and SEATO bases in the Far East. He also was a Past President and life member of the Hebron Lions Club and a life member of the Dickinson Elks. He was a true believer and follower of Jesus Christ and was a dedicated and active member of Desert Palms Presbyterian Church in Sun City West. During his earlier years he enjoyed hunting, fishing, trap shooting and bowling. He grew up playing cards and loved to play pinochle with his children and grandchildren. He also had a life- long love affair with books. The Internet became an important part of his life when it came on the market. In later years, he got involved with his wife, Dee’s travel business, whereby they visited all of the states and spent time in more than 60 countries. Gus and Verda Leutz of Hebron wer... (Bismarck Tribune)

Jan 8, 2016

Constance “Connie” Mardee (Miller) Palmer

Connie, age 78, died peacefully at her daughter’s home on Friday, January 1, 2016. She was born June 9, 1937, on a rainy day in Wichita, Kansas, to Beulah and O.G. Miller. She graduated from Pratt High School, Pratt, Kansas in 1955. During her high school years she worked in her father’s restaurant, taught twirling, was a majorette and French horn player in the high school band and managed to put in nine years of piano lessons. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business from Emporia Teachers State College in 1959. She taught one year in Osage City Kansas High School before moving to Redondo Beach, California, with her husband, Kermit Palmer. She taught in the business department at Redondo Union High School for four years. She received her Master's of Science in Education from University of Southern California in 1964. Daughter Monette was born in 1964. The family moved to Ashland in 1965 where son Jeffrey was born in 1967. Connie and children moved to Corvallis after her divorce. She taught in the business education department at Oregon State University for 18 years. She especially enjoyed teaching and supervising her student teachers. Many of her stud... (Corvallis Gazette Times)

Jan 8, 2016

Harvey Unruh

Christina (Flemmer) Unruh. He was in the U.S. Army from 1959 to 1961 and served active duty in Korea. In June 1962, he married Demaris Hafner in Beulah. They lived in Dickinson where they raised two sons, Steven and Michael. Harvey farmed, refereed basketball and football in western North Dakota and surrounding areas, was a member and leader of several business and community organizations (local and statewide). He also sponsored and played on many highly successful recreational sports teams all while being a business owner and manager. Harvey Unruh is regarded by many to be the best athlete to ever come out of Zap High School, though arguments continue on this subject. For well over a decade, Harvey enjoyed working in construction for Northern Improvement Company, at their Dickinson division. Throughout his life he has had a special ability for conversation and connecting closely with the best people around. At Northern he had many friends, as throughout his life. People loved to talk with him and he enjoyed their conversations. He made many true friends. Harvey is survived by his two sons, Steven, Fargo, and Michael (Rose), Cottonwood, Ariz.; three sisters, Freda Krieger, Bismarck, Helen Koppi, Scottsdale, Ariz., and Darlyne (Buford) Rice, Highlands Ranch, Colo.; and two brothers, Clarence (Jeanne), Laramie, Wyo., and Terry (Lonnie), Beulah. He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Reuben “Chip”; and two sisters, Esther Talcott and Kathryn Lehmann. In lieu of flowers, memor... (Bismarck Tribune)

Jan 8, 2016

Real Estate Transactions: Jan. 10

Andrew M. Hill, Lot 116 in Kyndal subdivision, Cleveland Township, $260,000. James D. Goldston Jr. and Louise F. Goldston to Ali Bajes Ewais, lots in Beulah Township, $130,000. The Rosa G. Lewis estate to Martin A. Mathes, Lot 21 in White Oak Farms subdivision, $124,000. Ryan Thomas McCombs and Joy McCombs to Chad A. Massengill and Devin A. Gower, Lot 37 in Lee Chase subdivision, Clayton Township, $137,500. FSC IV LLC to RMS Investments LLC, two lots in Riverwood Athletic Club’s Ravens Ridge subdivision, $84,000. TMD Residential Properties LLC to Richard Dennis Gerst and Karen L. Gerst, one lot, $226,000. McKee Homes LLC and Christopher T. Salyer to Crystal Williams, Lot 50 in Trace at Summerwind Plantation subdivision, $179,500. Wade Jurney Homes Inc. to Michelle Njie and Omar Njie, Lot 35 in Mitchiner Hills subdivision, $113,000. Edward Lane Pollard and Cheri Stephenson Pollard to Dulon Devon Pollard Jr., Lot 132 in Eden Woods subdivision, $75,000. Richard Ryan and Teresa Ryan to Justin Battle and Kevan Liss, Lot 25 in Starmont Forest subdivision, $210,000. Lanny K. Clifton Builder Inc. to Matthew W. Woodlief and Laura Woodlief, Lot 212 in The Meadows at Adams Point subdivision, $354,000. Royal Oaks Building Group LLC to Janetta Cain, Lot 159 in Chandler Ridge subdivision, $201,500. Lena Stewart Cooke and Douglas Ray Cooke to Green Estates LLC, Lot 8 in Country Hills Estates subdivision, $93,000. PLJS Properties LLC to Nadim Issa and Rebecca Issa, Lot 24 in Windy Hill subdivision, $79,000. William Elmore Builders LLC to Kim Whittaker, Lot 56 in Amary Meadows subdivision, $193,000. Savvy Homes LLC to Chanel L. Ware, Lot 71 in The Pines at Winston Pointe subdivision, $314,500. Cates Building Inc. to Celso S. Febles and Elizabeth Febles, Lot 40 in Sunset Ridge subdivision, $275,500. Weaver Development Co. Inc. to Jonathon M. Waters and Ashley L. Waters, Lot 62 in Brighton Ridge subdivision, $340,000. Carroll Construction Homes Inc. to Judy H. Liggins, Lot 177 in Kyndal subdivision, $248,000. Bobby Glenn Raper and Lori F. Raper to Darin Scott Mills, trustee, land, $63,000. George F. Hodges Jr. and Wanda Brown Hodges to David H. Williamson and Lexus J. Williamson, 1.134 acres, $118,500. Bryan K. Williams and Cathy H. Williams to Jeffery A. Adams and Penny Jo Adams, Lot 5 in Moss Creek Village subdivision, $136,000. Fairport Asset Management Reo LLC to David Orringer, one lot in Cleveland Township, $50,000. Chesley Shovine McGinnis and Marcia W. McGinnis to Chesley Michael McGinnis and Amy G. McGinnis, 9.856 acres in O’Neals Township, $28,000. David Lynn Pettus and Juanita D. Creech to James Williams Maddox and Shanda Maddox, Lot 60 in Willowbrook subdivision, $135,000. Ashley Braswell Realty LLC to Lynnette Marie Johnson and Shirley Jean Johnson, Lot 38 in Glen Haven subdivision, $125,000. Susan Srebrenik and Israel Srebrenik to Sima Srebrenik, Susan Srebrenik and Israel Srebrenik, Lot 50 in Blaze Ridge subdivision, $7,000. Callie Ross Stanley to Michael Lessard, Lot 124 in Smithfield Manufacturing Co. subdivision, $10,000. 1610 Wolfpack Lane Partnership, et al, to Santos Machado Portillo and Jessica Medrano, four lots in Glenn Powell subdivision, $14,000. Brian J. Kalsbeek and Melia J. Kalsbeek to Brady Botkin and Erica L. Botkin, Lot 72 in Twisted Oaks subdivision, $219,000. Jonathan Stephenson to Amber Stephenson to John McCain, Lot 50 in Reedy Hills subdivision, $172,000. Dezarae Laren Wilder and Marlin Maurice Jackson to James Jarman and Minnie Jarman, Lot 7 in Richardson Place subdivision, $131,000. Scott Lee Homes Inc. to Alicea Bessiree Scrimenti, Lot 12 in Blaze Ridge subdivision, $174,000. Camille Hill Mouser, et al, to Randy B. Shrout and Dana A. Shrout, Lot 22 in Birdneck Hollow subdivision, $149,000. Angel L. Bonilla and Karen M. Bonilla to Ronald Nathan Bradtmueller and Kristy Lynn Bradtmueller, Lot 79 in The Meadows at Tuscany subdivision, $194,000. Joy Parrish Johnson, Rodney Johnson, Jack Miklas, Silvia S. Miklas and Ginger Sue Parrish to Noel Bradley and Juanita Bradley, 7.06 acres in Pleasant Grove Township, $85,000. Janice Parrish Lambert, et al, to Henry D. Lambert, one lot in Banner Township, $10,000. Gary Christopher Cashion and Kimberly Luedtke Cashion to Arl... (News & Observer)