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6 Philipsburg Mail - Thursday, June 15, 2Ol7 Pintler Pets Humane Society 205 Silver St,/P,0, Box 1204, Anaconda, iT 59711 Hours: M0n- Sat 1-4 pro, Closed Sun except by appt Goose's owner could no longer care fqr him so he is with Pintler Pets to find a new home. He is about 5-7 years old and would like a nice quiet home. He does get along with other dogs, but prefers older, gentle ones. Contact: pintlerjoets@yahoo.com, 406-563-7464 or Pat 406-563-256 www.neuterville.petfinder.com or www. montanapets.org/pp Sewices - Kyle Zimmerman, Funeral Director - Anaconda, Philipsburg, " Drummond & Deer Lodge P0 Box 997, Anaconda, MT 59711 e-mail: longfellowfh@qwestoffice.net www.longfellowfinneganriddle.com New line Do I Deadline for all ads, letters, and submissions Mondays at 1 la.m. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints All are welcome to attend service at 10 a.m. Sundays 406-859-3696 1100 Sawmill Rd., Philipsburg Flint Creek Baptist Chruch Sunday School - 9:45 am Sunday Morning Service - 11:00 am 406-859-4067 3794 MT Highway 1, Philipsburg Philipsburg Community Church Serving God, Loving People Sunday School 9:45 am - 10:30 am Sunday Worship 11:00 am - 12:00 pm 406-859-3622 208 Community Ave., Philipsburg St. Andrews Episcopa! Welcomes you to service 4 pm Sundays 406-491-2332 101 East Kearney St, Philipsburg St. Paul's Presbyterian Church Sunday Service 9 am, all are welcome 406-560-4065 103 W Kearney St, Philipsburg Flint Creek Catholic Communities St. Micheal, Drummond Sunday Mass 9.00am 406-241-3604.12 W Broad St., Drummond, MT 59832 St. Philip Neri, Philipsburg Sunday Mass 11.00am 406-241-3604- 308 W. Kearney, Philipsburg, MT 59858 Gail P. i rjcia Shelffele- Kegley October 24, 1942- May 12, 2017 Gail was born in Philipsburg, Mont. to parents Hans & Edith Sheiffele. She was raised in this beautiful town and when she graduated from high school she moved to Dillon, Mont. to attend Western Montana College where she received her teaching certificate in Early Childhood Education. She moved to Spokane, Wash. where she taught kindergarten for almost 20 years. She went back to school at Whitworth College receiving a Master's Degree in Counseling. She retired from teaching and became an Elementary school Counselor until she retired. She had a passion for helping adults and children succeed and lived her life to the fullest. She enjoyed painting, dancing, traveling and collecting beautiful stones that she would display and share with others. She enjoyed spending time Max Lee (Mick) McGuire with her family and friends, always giving her unconditional love and support. Gaff is preceded in death by her parents and her son Kerry Brundage. She is survived by her loving family and friends along with her daughter Kelly Hensley and son-in-law Kerry and her sister Toni Sims and her children Dayle and Erik. She had 5 grandchildren: Tim, Karissa, Hanna, Rachel and Nicholas. She also had 5 great- .oorsman Max Lee (Mick) McGuire passed away this spring in Helena sur- rounded by his extended family. His morn and dad, Mary Francis and Hugh Gibson, welcomed Mick to the family on June 7, 1933. He was the seventh of eight children. The family would move to Chi- nook and then to Lincoln before setttling in Drummond in 1949. During his years in Drummond, Mick worked on the Mac Enman Ranch and later at the Cominco American Phosphate Mine. Mick moved to Washington and while there joined the National Guard. His next move was to Helena where he was employed by Caird Iron Workers as a welder. He would later retire from Lewis and Clark County as a mainte- nance worker. Mick was an avid outdoorsman. He loved to target shoot, fish and hunt, and he also grandchildren: Candace, Arianna, Brodie, Hames and Brooklyn. A celebration of her life will be Sat. June 24 at i at the Women's Club of Spokane. Memorials can be made to: Spokanimal 71o Napa St. Spokane, WA 99202. Services in Philipsburg are pending. crosses over enjoyed playing the guitar with his brother, Stony. Mick had even taken guitar lessons from coun- try great Charlie Pride. Mick was preceded in death by his brothers and sister-in-law Stonewall and Patricia Mac (Rosenbeck), Freder- ick Hays; Sterling; Gene Allen and Dorothy (Clawson); Gerald Ed- win; Hugh Gibson, Jr. and Edith (Powell); Wilford Alexander. He is survived by his extended fam- ily Pauline Mininger, daughters Jeannie Davis and Chere (Greg) McCall; granddaughters Skye, Marika, Hailee, Mollee, Veronica Tenaya, Kendell. There was a graveside service with honor guard for family only on June lO at I p.m. There was a reception to follow at the city park and the family invited friends to come and celebrate Mick's life with them at that time.