So after her retirement in 2004 they bought a little chunk of Texas where they built a house, had a few cows, and took a Montana pup (Bea) to Texas.She used to love to call on a 20 below Montana day and tell how she was sitting on her deck having a toddy and watching their pecan tree blossom.She then continued her education at Montana State University, graduating in 1975.After graduation she went to work as a Juvenile Probation Officer for the 16th Judicial District and spent several years living in Miles City.In 1980 she was accepted into the Federal Bureau of Investigation as an FBI Agent where she served in field offices in West Virginia, Chicago, and Austin Texas.On December 28, 1992 she married Ben Billing in Chicago.Myron attended two years of high school and then enlisted in the Navy in July of 1945 at the age of 17. Myron’s family wishes to thank The Springs at Grand Park and River Stone Hospice for giving him a loving home and excellent care.
She knew anything and everything about birds and how to entice them into her yard. She especially enjoyed coffee and drives with her lifelong friend Sue Garsjo and morning breakfasts at the Oasis with her beloved friend Gloria Robertson whom she considered both to be more like family.After leaving the Navy, Myron spent his time working for the Great Northern Railroad. Al was born May 17, 1932, the oldest of two sons to Mary Emma (Falcon) and Albert Martin in Trenton, North Dakota. Al worked as a Brakeman-Conductor on the Railroad for thirty-five years. During his time in Yuma, Al took up wood carving classes through the local college.He took a brief break from his job at the railroad to continue his higher education at Minot State University. He went his first ten years of school in Trenton and then to Williston High School, where he graduated from high school. He built a cabin at the Pines Recreation Area and the family enjoyed their time spent there over the years. He became a very good woodcarver and we have enjoyed his many creations. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at a.m. Raphael’s Catholic Church with celebrant Father Jose Villiparambil. Terrace Kennedy Cole passed away on February 13, 2018 in Great Falls, MT. He is proceeded in death by his parents, Dennis and Judy Cole; brother Edmond, and grandparents, Claude and Alpha Traver, and Forrest and Hilda Cole.With Ben being an airline pilot and Bonnies FBI career, they spent much of their time traveling.Bonnies last assignment took her to Austin Texas where they fell in love with the Texas hill country.