She made many treasures for her family and friends with her embroidery and blankets.Grace is preceded in death by her brothers, Lloyd, Kenny, and Albert; her parents, George and Betsy; and a granddaughter, Deanna Penor.He left school before graduating to move to Idaho to stay with his father.He had a seamless rain gutter business in Spokane with his brother, Dwayne for several years.She was a member of Faith Lutheran Church in Glasgow and served as Treasurer for over 20 years and where she shared her love with her Lord Jesus Christ with her church family.Mary is preceded in death by her husband, Arthur Cilz; her mother Rose E. Moseley; baby brother, William Ralph Moseley; sister, Betty R.(Don) Abern; stepsons, Henry Cilz and Bobby Cilz; step-grandson, Scott Siers; brothers-in-law Fred Cilz, Ralph Anderson, Vernon Anderson and Rupert Cilz; stepfather, Leo (Bertha) Bretzke; and sisters-in law, Laura Anderson of Salem, Oregon, Ella Anderson of Minot and Arliene Cilz of Rugby, North Dakota .Mary is survived by a brother, Jim (Carol) Moseley of Whitefish, Montana; sons, Larry E.
He attended elementary school in Fort Peck and graduated from Glasgow High School in 1956.He worked at the Oasis as a bartender, he worked on vehicles and then for the Valley Transit.He loved bike racing, his boat, walleye fishing, snowmobiling and working on his and others trucks. He loved his garden, watching it grow and harvesting it and went as far as to learn canning.After high school he worked at the Glasgow Air Force Base.On December 19, 1957 he married the love of his life, Frances “Fritzie” Bondy.Mary was born May 17, 1931 in Dover, Montana to Rose Evelyn Carver and Charles Louis Moseley. From that union four children were born; Larry Edward Tade, Jerry Lee Tade, Debra Kay Tade and Vicki Jo Tade. Mary enjoyed attending volleyball games and basketball games when her grandkids played, and enjoyed visiting with grandchildren and great-grandchildren whenever possible.She attended schools in Great Falls, Judith Gap, Bainville and Glasgow, Montana, graduating from Glasgow High in 1949. Mary enjoyed traveling, camping, sports on TV, baking, flower gardening and any activities at her church.Grace Bernice Fullerton, 92, passed away peacefully at Faith Lutheran Home on April 4, 2018.Grace was born October 19, 1925 to Betsy (Engg) and George Shipp. She attended school at Rose Hill, Irle and Glasgow Schools.Burial will be at a later date in the Nashua Cemetery. Larry Gordon Du Beau, 80, passed away of natural causes at his home in Park Grove Monday, March 26, 2018.Larry was born January 10, 1938 to Hazel (Cornwell) and William “Eddie” Du Beau in Glasgow, Montana.