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Sean loved the outdoors and was an avid fisherman and had a favorite fishing hole that he and Sonny Martinez shared.Sean was very much loved by everyone he met but more importantly he loved everyone unconditionally.
Norma is survived by her husband, Jim, children Gwen (Greg) Clairmont, Geri (Lloyd) Turnage, Gay (Mike) Speckert, and Genean Clairmont (Don).
Please join us in a joyful celebration of Norma’s life on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at the Polson Community Church at 1814 First Street East at 11 A. If you are so inclined, donations may be made in Norma’s name to the Mission Valley Animal Shelter, 36251 North Reservoir Road, Polson.
Memories and condolences may be sent to the family at The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory.
She proceeded in death by her mother Margarite Charlo Mc Clure and father William Pinto Mc Clure; her son Billy Bob and daughter Rene’ Baby Girl; her sister Hazel Mc Queen; brothers Mackie, Frank Porkey, Victor 2C, Leroy and Harold Sonny Mc Clure. Survivors include son Clem Lafley, Lewistown; daughters Roberta “Inj” Lafley (Les Fisher); Lee Ann “Lizzy” Lafley Arlee: sisters Angelic Dottie Cates; Mary Lou Sorrell St. Darlene was a proud Member of CSKT and lived in Arlee all of her life.
The wake was Thursday afternoon, February 1, at the Arlee Community Center with Rosary Friday, February 2 and services Sat February 3, Arlee Community Center. Sean Michael Bigby PABLO — Sean Michael Bigby, age 25, passed away on January 25, 2018 at Kalispell Regional Medical Center due to injuries sustained in a car accident. Sean attended schools in Harlem as well as Two Eagle River.
In the 1990’s Norma went back to school and earned an Associates degree in medical records and eventually worked for CSKT.
She raised gardens, canned and was a wonderful cook and baker. Funke, 78, a lifelong member of the Polson community and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, passed away from natural causes while surrounded by her family on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 in Missoula, Montana.In her early teens she waited tables at the Pirate Cafe and later, the Hut Cafe. She and Jim also managed the family business, Hillcrest Nursery. She would find love later in life marrying Gordon J. Gloria worked for Tribal health for years then switched to the Salish Culture Committee and work until she had passed. She graduated from Polson High School in 1957 and married her high school sweetheart and first husband, Dean Redekop in 1958. As a child, Norma’s family lived in various homes around Polson, but her fondest memories were of the years she lived in the Mountain View area, in the shadow of the beautiful Mission Mountains. Norma was the oldest of four girls and had a very large, extended family.