Memorial service for Milly Crum Rude (55):
Hello, we hope this email finds you well…
Thank you for your kind words, thoughts, prayers, and gestures. We (the family/ kids) haven’t been on the computer much with all that has been going on so accept our apologies for not yet replying to you.
As promised we wanted to update you with the memorial service arrangements. Mom is being cremated, and Dad’s hope is that we will have her ashes back in time for the memorial service so we pushed the date out just a little… Here are the details:
A memorial service remembering Millie’s life and accomplishments will be held on Saturday, March 22nd at 1 pm at The Renton First United Methodist Church, 2201 NE 4th St , Renton , WA 98056 , 425-255-5403 (http://www.gbgm-umc.org/renton1stumc/). All are welcome.
Memorial contributions will be put toward something Millie felt passionate about – the King County Horse 4-H program.
Please feel free to forward this information to others, as I know my email distribution list is very small relative to the number friends, family and lives that have been touched directly or indirectly by the works of our mother.
We look forward to seeing many of you at the service next Saturday.
Millie’s brother, Clark, asked me if I would contact those who knew Millie to let them know that the funeral will be in Seattle on Saturday, March 22 and that cards and condolances may be sent to: The Millie Rude Family, 14415 196th Ave., S.E., Renton, WA 98059-7838.
Gary, if you would pass the word, it would be much appreciated.
Class of 54
Arlan Wenstad’s (64) memory of Dave Wurgler (64):
In the year of 63 I was working for Lamoureux Brothers, when lunch time around I would cruise the streets of Dunseith. One time I went to Dales gravel pit and made a u turn to head back to work. When I was heading back this 58 Pontiac came from behind, he didn’t pass right away but stayed beside me. I knew what he wanted to do. I put my foot to the floor, but that didn’t work to well. He shifted gears and lift me like I was standing still. The guy in the 58 Pontiac was Dave Wurgler. The last time I saw that car was owned by Billy Satrang of Rolette. Maybe Dave doesn’t remember, but I always will, The was a white 2 dr hard top with a green insert in the back. I was driving a black and white 58 ford at that time. from Arlan Wenstad
First of all thanks to Larry for the story about the Turtle story, I can just see dad laugh his ass off as your mom turned red. and answered . If I am not mistaken I think dewy has moms turtle card I will ask and if he does I will copy it and send a picture of it. Again Larry thanks for the memories u made my dad. Now about the picture of the class of 1970 Debbie Morinville is my sister but not married to my husband Clarence Azure (haha) unless I don’t know something She is married to Kenney Marmon
Bev, I’m so sorry. That was my mistake listing Deb as an Azure. I know very well who each of you are married to. I just wasn’t thinking when I typed that. Gary
From Ellen Graff Myrick (58):
IN your email today you mentioned that you numbered the emails as you sent them. I don’t have one with the # 8, but I did get one dated 2/9/2008 nor one with the #14 but I did get one dated 2/15/2008. Should I assume that you just forgot to number the email messages sent on those dates? Thanks for doing this to keep Dunseith memories alive. I enjoy reading them daily. Ellen (Graff) Myrick (58)
Ellen S. Myrick
“Do not ask the Lord to guide your footsteps, if you’re not willing to move your feet.”
Ellen, You are absolutely correct. The #8 message sent to your group was not mumbered and none of the #14’s were numbered. Gary
These are four of Dunseith’s finest former teachers that attended the class of
65 reunion. Jess Selzler Hosmer was missing when this picture was taken.
Folks, PLease send Pictures. As you can tell, I have a lot from the class of 65 and a few from some of the other classes. We’d love to see recent pictures of you guys as well as those from the past. Gary