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Several years later, Spud went to work for Gordon Carlson as a self-taught carpenter.During that time, he helped remodel and build new houses in Hinsdale, along with the log cabin and pole barn at the Heart Ranch.Connections through Roger allowed him to purchase the farm west of Hinsdale.Spud and Elsie raised their children there until their son, Mitch, took over in 1991.Neighbor and life-long friend, Ken Floyd, noticed Noel’s eagerness to consume all varieties of potatoes as a child & dubbed him the nickname “Spud.”Spud attended the Opheim School through his Sophomore year.During his teen years, Spud enjoyed partaking in the Opheim Boxing program.Funeral services will be held Thursday, May 31, 2018 at a.m.at Bell Mortuary with Pastor Herb Sand officiating. A luncheon will follow at Bell Mortuary following the burial.
While there, he became the maintenance man at Western Nevada Community College.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Carl and Laura; her husband Frank Lasar; son Danny; half-brother Ken Monson; half-sister, Ella Holte, Verna Welsch and Aileen Reckner; brother Clair Monson; and sisters, Irene Armitage, Eleanor Globis, Marie Warwas and Lenora Pettit.
Agnes is survived by her daughters Lenora Kelly of Glasgow, Montana and Diane Mc Govern of Davenport, Washington; son Ken Lasar of Glasgow, Montana; brother Lloyd Monson of Citrus Heights, California; sister Stella (Vern) Challes of St.
Noel Martin Capdeville Noel “Spud” Martin Capdeville,78, was born March 19th, 1940 to Martin and Anna Marie (Carlson) Capdeville at the hospital in Opheim, MT.
He was raised on a farm, 7 miles west of Opheim, where his family grew grain and tended to 1,400 head of sheep.
But Spud always wanted to come back to Valley County.