He was a very loving and compassionate man who held his family and love of country in high regard always.He remained proud of his heritage and history of his family with the Confederate Salish / Kootenai Tribe.

She has also been able to help advocate for opening her home to help raise nephews, Pierre Malatare and Paul Malatare, nieces, Carolyn Malatare Madplume, Harriet Malatare, as well as being a Foster Parent to Woody and Charlyn Bigcrane, and two grandsons that she loved and cared for as her very own Basil Lefthand, D. Pierre III, and granddaughters Payton Lefthand, Salisha Pierre they’re mother, a niece Shawnda Lefthand.

Susan is preceded in death by her unborn twin children which couldn’t be carried to full term, her parents Basil Lefthand Sr.

and Annie Mary Finley Lefthand died January 1978 of Arlee.; her sisters, Theresa, Harriet (Corky) of Hot Springs, Ameila (Merle) Lefthand, Louise Andrew of Ronan and Annie Smallsalmon of Arlee; and her brothers Sam and Victor Lefthand of Elmo., Peter Andrews of Sheridan, WY., Johnny Woodcock of St.

Ignatius., three grandnephews Kevin (Victor) Kenmille from Ronan., Brian Madplume of Pablo., a grandniece Catherine Madplume of Ronan.

Obituary Archives click here Laura Marie (David) Carpentier PABLO – Laura Marie (David) Carpentier, AKA “Babe”, age 68, passed away on January 4, 2018 peacefully in her home, after battling COPD and Emphysema for a few years. Ignatius to Leo and Regina “Jeanie” (Senecal) David.

Growing up, Babe and her family lived in California and several places in Montana.

Babe was a great daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend.

Babe was well known for speaking her mind and saying things as she saw them. It was where she liked to spend her time with family and friends. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 13 at the St. Special thanks to the Hospice Nurses Debbie and Pam and the Kerr Elder program for providing Pat Ashley to help the family care for our mom. Memories and condolences may be sent to the family at The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory.

Armeld was an enrolled member of the Confederate Salish and Kootenai Tribe, preceded in death by his wife Gail C. He was preceded in death by both parents, Albert Trahan and Philomene Ducharme.

Grandparents Jules Trahan and Cordelia Trembly on father’s side and Frank Ducharme Sr. Armeld’s siblings who preceded him in death were: Sidney Jules Trahan, Lyman Luke Trahan former council member, Lorena Angeline, Marie Cordelia, Theresa Emilia, Franklin Dennis Trahan, Mary. Airforce attaining the rank of Airmen second class; he was honorably discharged in 1957 at West over Airforce Base in Chicopee MA.

Johnny Arlee was Mentor of teaching drumming and singing that took the drummers and singers to Washington D. Su San followed her Mom and Dad’s footsteps by devoting her life to loving and learning her heritage of Salish and Kootenai cultural ways and was proud of her background and heritage.