She was the keeper of cleaning up Mother Earth here in Glasgow.She loved the simple things in life, like spending time with her daughters and grandchildren, watching TV, helping others in need, or just taking a stroll around town.A reception and Celebration of Life will follow at the American Legion Post 45 in Hinsdale. In 1979 Glenda moved to Glasgow and raised her two daughters.The family requests, that in lieu of flower to consider a donation to the American Legion Auxiliary, Post 45, Hinsdale, MT 59241 or to the NE Montana Veterans Memorial in Fort Peck, P. Glenda was a modest person that loved family and spending time with them.Dakota; 10 great-grandchildren and many nephews and nieces. Saturday, December 16, 2017 at United Methodist Church in Glasgow, Montana with Pastor Howard Pippin officiating. Glenda was born October 26, 1948 in Grand Forks, ND., to Glenn Sanders and Lorna Hagen.
In October of that year he was furloughed from the service and returned home.
Through the US Army Air Corps and his work in the Aleutians he learned carpentry skills.
Through the GI Bill, he learned welding, which kept our farm equipment operating.
Brown 96, son of Martin and Leila (Hull) Brown was born and raised on the family homestead in North Valley County on July 17, 1921.
He grew up with a love of the outdoors, and working with cattle and horses.