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Justin shared many wonderful memories with his family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memories: his mother, Delisa A. Mixon; father, Recardo Selvy; grandmother, Minnie Selvy; daughter, Lauren Monroe Selvy; two brothers, Christopher Benard and Ali Selvy; two sisters, Genesis Selvy and Aliyha Selvy; a niece, Christonna Benard; two nephews, Christopher Benard, Jr. and Caden Defrance; a very special friend, Adreonna Lyons; stepdaughter, Cedrionna Lyons; five aunts; four uncles; and many cousins, other relatives and friends.




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DeeAnna leaves to cherish her memories: her mother, Mrs. Virgie Lyles-Kline (Mr. John Shy); her father, Mr. Johnny Kline, Sr. (Yvette); two sisters, Angela Smith and Donna (Detriche) Walker; one brother, Mr. Johnathan Kline (Elizabeth) of Aubrey, Texas; one sister-in-law, Theresa Kline of Fort Madison, Iowa; aunts, Mary Elizabeth Taylor, Annie (John) Davis of Inglewood, California, Loretta Lyles and Beverly (Kenneth) Mayfield; uncles, Sandy (Norma) Loud, Michael (Lora) Britton, Thomas Kline of Cleveland, Ohio Arthur Kline of Baltimore, Maryland, Larry (Roberta) Kline of Tallulah, Louisiana and Willie Kline of Pascagoula, Mississippi; two godbrothers, Derrick (Lisa) Rainey and Frederick (Christina) Sanders of Nashville, Tennessee; one godsister, Sherita Bishop of Dallas, Texas; along with a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and close friends, including the Gaskins, Davis, Taylor, Moore and Thomas families.


He is survived by his wife, Mary Smith; his children, Darrah Smith of De Queen, Quinton Leakeith Stinnett, Cameron Jerhmaine Stinnett; four brothers, Joseph Brown Jr. of St. Louis, Missouri, Douglas Edward Brown of Duncanville, Texas, Jimmy Lee Brown of Manhattan, New York and Jackie Leonard Brown of Monroe, LA; five sisters, Melinda Brown Dickens of Dallas, Texas, Joy Lynn Brown of Monroe, LA, Lila McCary of West Monroe, LA and Cody Langford of Fort Worth, Texas, Vanessa Brown Livingston of St Louis, Missouri; one grandson, Leakeith Scott Smith; one uncle, Clyde Bell Mitchell of Monroe, LA and a number of nieces and nephews.Memorial service for Mr. Smith will be held 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 31, 2022 in the Wilkerson Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Tim Johnson officiating.


Raymond C. Crawford Jr., age 70, of Great Falls, Montana passed away in Seattle at University of Washington hospital from complications due to lymphoma cancer on January 9, 2023. Ray was born December 31, 1952, in Glendive, Montana to Raymond C Crawford Sr. and Mary Aitken. He was one of eight children: having five brothers and two sisters. He served in the United States Marine Corp as a Military Policeman, was a pistol expert, rifle sharpshooter, and awarded the National Defense Service Medal. He met the love of his life, Linda, in 1973, in Charleston, South Carolina. They were married in 1974 and soon after moved to Washington and later making Great Falls, Montana their home. They welcomed three children: Kim, Travis, and Kelly. He found his career as a truck driver and later became an owner/operator, working in the industry for over 30 years. He dedicated his life to working over the road to provide for his family, often spending more than a month on the road away from them. His family was something he held very close. Raymond was a son, brother, father, papa, g-papa, uncle, cousin, and friend. Ray enjoyed spending time with his kids, grandchildren, and great-grandchild. He enjoyed relaxing at home, baking, and watching his favorite shows and movies. He was an avid outdoorsman, with his passion being hunting. He enjoyed all of what Montana had to offer during every season but lived for hunting season. He had hunted with his family for as long as he had been able to and enjoyed hunting all game but loved hunting elk. His experiences had led him to multiple success stories but also some great memories. Fishing with his brothers and family comes in a close second. He enjoyed the calm of the sport, but also the adrenaline of fighting a walleye on the end of his line. He is survived by his wife, Linda; brother, Bruce; sisters, Diana and Patty; daughters; Kim (Mike), Kelly (Chris); son, Travis (Niki), and grandchildren, Austin, Cheyenne, Kenzie, and Brody; great grandchild, Walker; Lou Kochendorfer and multiple cousins. A graveside service with military honors will be held at 1:00 p.m. on January 25, 2023 in Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana. Condolences may be left for the family at bellmortuarymortuary.com.


David Barry Christenson passed away unexpectedly at the Billings Clinic Hospital on the morning of September 11, 2022 with his family by his side. Dave was born October 22, 1949 in Williston, North Dakota to Pete and Esther (Sjovold) Christenson. He was the baby of the large family trailing along by 11 years. As a young child he lived on the family farm and then in Hanks, North Dakota when his "Pa" retired from farming. Later they moved to Williston, North Dakota. He spent a great deal of time with his similar-in-age nephew Paul Svendson and along with him and other friends in Williston got into enough trouble that he was sent to live with his sister and brother-in-law Phyllis and Stan Newton in Wolf Creek, Montana. Living with them he became very close to his niece, Shelley and nephews, Tracy and Todd. During that time he was in a horrific car wreck at the age of 16 and he was sure to not make it through but miraculously lived. He recently told Cindy he had lived a pretty long life considering he should have been gone then. While attending Cascade High School he met Cindy Payne. They were married October 12, 1968 and they began their life together in Great Falls where Dave worked for Beatrice Foods. Their daughter Michelle was born while they were living there. He took her wherever he went at a young age and she is forever grateful for that bond and those memories. Their son Jody was born ten years later in Glasgow. In 1972, they moved to Wheeler, Montana and later into Glasgow, when he went to work for his brother, Roy, commercial fishing on Fort Peck Lake. During this time he became good friends with Marcus Handley and spent a good deal of time out at his ranch which he very much enjoyed. Along with the commercial fishing he worked at IGA in the winters. A few years later Roy quit the fishing business but Dave continued on for several years, selling his catch to and working closely with good friend Ernie Austin until the commercial fishing was ceased on the lake. After that he earned his GED and went to work for the State of Montana as a highway surveyor. In the late 90's he left the state job and purchased the local Radiator Repair Shop working there until he retired. In retirement he enjoyed helping Jody put up hay, feeding his small bunch of cows, fixing fences and work on other projects and "tolerated" irrigating. Dave truly enjoyed visiting all his family and the big family gatherings they used to have. He liked being in the country, sitting on the deck with a drink, socializing at the VFW and reading books. He was a man of few words when it came to expressing emotion but took great pride in his grandchildren, Cori and Chance. He might not have always shown it but loved them dearly and enjoyed seeing them grow and change through the years. They both have individual traits he admired and he was very proud of their accomplishments. Dave lived his life very much on his own terms. He could be ornery and frustrate many... to then have us all wrapped around his finger with his infectious dimpled smile and his natural charismatic charm. Dad left us way too soon but we are forever grateful for all the memories we have. He is survived by his wife Cindy; children Michelle (Dave) Losing and Jody Christenson; grandchildren Cori and Chance Losing; siblings, Phyllis (Stan) Newton and Dale (Dar) Christenson; many nieces and nephews who thought the world of him as he was their fun and youthful uncle; he is also survived by his lifelong best friend Dick Schroeder. He is preceded in death by his father and mother; brothers: Paul, Gordon, and Roy and sisters, Ellavon and Evie.


Devon Marie Thompson passed away on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. Devon was born on September 27, 2000 in Glasgow, Montana to Brandi Thompson and Gerry Brabeck, joining her older sister Jordan. Shortly after her birth, they moved to Bozeman but eventually settled in Glasgow. In 2008 Brandi remarried to Adam Johnson, and Adam adopted Devon and Jordan in 2009. The family was blessed with the birth of Kenee Rae in 2010, and Devon adored and doted on her younger sister. Devon grew up in Glasgow, spending much of her time with her grandparents, Dawn and Tom. She was extremely close to her sisters Kenee and Jordan, her cousin Keagan, and her younger brother, Kyler. Devon grew up playing many sports, but her favorites were softball and hockey. After high school, she moved to Williston to play college softball. During this time she began to thrive and build confidence in her true self. She then moved to Spearfish to further her education. She spent 2 years there, before moving back to Glasgow in September of 2021. As she got older she developed a love for writing and poetry: beautiful words came to her naturally. She was a lover of all things, and was especially fond of her cat, Fig and dog, Mavis. She had the most infectious and unforgettable smile that paired perfectly with her sarcastic sense of humor. Devon had the biggest heart, and developed lifelong friendships that she valued fiercely. Devon had a talent for athletics, but her true spirit came out in watching her bond with her family. Her love for her siblings was unmatched. She developed a whole new joy and purpose with the birth of her nephew, Kayge Carder. They had a beautiful bond, and she took great pride in being the best aunt. She often showed her immense affection through gifts and love. Devon is survived by her parents Brandi Thompson (Nathan Dale), Adam (Amber) Johnson, and Gerry Brabeck; sisters, Jordan Thompson (Michael Uphues), Kenee Johnson, and Sadie Brabeck; brothers, Kyler Brabeck and Sterling Johnson; grandparents, Dawn Thompson, Gerry Brabeck Sr., Liz (Dayton) Cherney, and Wayne (Beverly) Johnson; great-grandmothers, Sharon Thompson and Mary Irwin; great-grandfather, Jerry McPherson, and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was preceded in death by her younger brother, Carder Johnson; her grandpa Tom Thompson; her great-grand parents, Kenny Thompson and Shirley McPherson; and a cousin, Brett Howard. Family will receive friends Sunday, October 17, 2021 at Bell Mortuary from 1-3 p.m. Services will be held on Monday, October 18, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at the Evangelical Church with Pastor Tom Fauth officiating, burial will following in Highland Cemetery. A reception will follow at the Elks Club. Condolences may be left for the family at bellmortuarymontana.com.


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