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Visitation will be Thursday February 9, 2018 from 6 – 8pm at the Bell Chapel.

Services will be Saturday February 10, 2018 at the Frazer Community Hall with a viewing at am and the service beginning at pm.

On September 24, 1954, Wesley Frederic Cool joined their family. She was very well liked and respected to all who knew her upbeat, endearing personality. They had homes next to each other in Lomita, California. Marie in the late 80’s, was a snow bird, going to California in the winters. Marie a couple of weeks each summer, and before you knew it, Lona moved here in April 1994.

Upon Fred’s dad’s sudden death in December 1954, the Cools lived in Larslan, Montana during the farming season to help with the family farm. She loved 4-Bears Casino and loved going there with her friend Audrey Sands. Growing up in the city, she simply loved Montana, even when her health failed and she couldn’t get out of her house.

She had four husbands, which Floyd Hopkins was her last one and the true lover of her life which the feeling was mutual.

She had a very good sense of humor which was infectious.

Tillie attended school in Frazer, Montana, then she went on to cosmetology school in Chicago.

She also worked at Johnnie Café for numerous years as a cook and waitress. She taught herself to make star blankets which she hand sewed because she said they looked better.

Fred and Lois married on September 29, 1951 in Lois’ hometown of Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Fred and Lois were blessed with a son, Stephen Monte Cool, on July 15, 1952.

Arlee, Julius, Nelson, Melvin, Raymond, Alvin and Donald Cox and son Parker.

Tillie was much loved and will be greatly missed but not forgotten.

Fred’s relationship with Jesus Christ was the most important decision in his life. Fred believed that it was important to read his Bible and pray at the beginning of every day. Cool, you and your family were automatically added to his prayer list. A cremation has taken place and a memorial service will follow at a later date in Glasgow, Montana. Preceding Lona in death was her grandfather Leslie Russel Hanson, Sr., her husband Paul Highfill; daughter Kitty (Eileen) Karr Stockdale; son Tim Karr; brother L.

He lived a life that reflected Christ and the Bible was his guide. Russ “Uncle Bum” Hanson, Jr.; Mother Vera (Duke) Hanson (California/Texas who took a covered wagon from Indian Territory to Texas as a child). Marie; Johnny Sterling Barnes of Monument Valley, Arizona; sister Mary Ridenour of Tucson, Arizona; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild.