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Leona Mildred Anna Vanderhoof
Date of Birth5/14/1927
Place of BirthZap, North Dakota
Date of Death6/4/2009
ResidenceSIdney, Montana

Visitation is Monday, June 8, 2009, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home and one hour before at the church on Tuesday.

Funeral service for Leona Vanderhoof, 82, is 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, June 9, a the Trinity Lutheran Church with Pastor David Warner officiating. Musical selections are provided by Sharon Smelser and Marlin Beyer. Casketbearers are: Mark Delaney, Dan Synek, Max Herbert, Delmar Dschaak, Butch Renders, and Dean Rehbein. Honorary casketbearers are Leona’s grandchildren: Amy Vanderhoof, Mindy Vanderhoof, Kane Vanderhoof, David Clements, and John Clements. Ushers are Ruby Sweley and Louise Trout.

Interment will be in the Richland Memorial Park Cemetery, Sidney, MT under the direction of the Fulkerson Funeral Home of Sidney.

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Leona Mildred Anna Vanderhoof
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Leona was born on May 14, 1927, Zap, ND, the daughter of William and Bertha (Dubs) Weiss. She grew up and attended schools in the Zap, ND area. Following school Leona worked in the area before moving to Sidney. Leona was united in marriage to Glen D. Vanderhoof on June 7, 1950, in Sidney, MT. Following the marriage they made their home in Sidney. While living in Sidney she worked at the school, Woolworths, dispatched for the Law Enforcement Center, and sold Avon. Her husband, Glen, died in August of 1997. Leona entered the Sidney Health Center Extended Care Facility on May 22, 2009.
Leona was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Sidney. She was an active member of the Women of the Moose and the V.F.W. Auxiliary where she held offices of Guard and Conductress. She joined the Auxiliary in 1973, and shortly after joining, she and Violet Tharp, took over the Flags of Honor Program as co-chairman. They were instrumental in getting the Flags of Honor Program where it is today, and in its own place at the Pavilion in Veterans Park. She enjoyed gardening, playing bingo, cards, as well as vacationing with the family.
Leona died on Thursday, June 4, 2009, at the Sidney Health Center Extended Care Facility.
She is survived by: her daughter, Caryn (Larry) Clements, Shelton, NE; her three sons, Daniel Vanderhoof and Dean Vanderhoof both of Billings, MT and Dennis Vanderhoof, Sidney, MT; her five grandchildren, Amy Vanderhoof, Mindy Vanderhoof, Kane Vanderhoof, David Clements, and John Clements.
She was preceded by her parents, husband-Glen, her sister-Laura Chapman, her five brothers-Elmer, Arnold, John, Frank, and Edgar.
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