He totally enjoyed hanging out with Levi and James in anything he did. Chad is preceded in death by a brother, Todd Smith; uncles, Gary Schroeder and Terry Metvedt; aunt, Carol Du Beau; grandmother, Ovidia Metvedt; and numerous great-aunts and uncles.He is survived by his mother, Cherylen Mc Laurin of Glasgow, Montana; father, Peter Smith of Rathdrum, Idaho; brothers, Dwayne (Tami) Smith, Levi Mc Laurin, and James Mc Laurin; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.A Funeral service will be p.m., Thursday, April 5, 2018 at Bell Mortuary, with Pastor Bonnie Novak officiating.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 is preceded in death by his parents, his wife, his brother, Ed and sister, Carroll.He is survived by his four children: Gordon “Gordy” (Val) Du Beau of Gillette, Wyoming, Roxanna “Roxy” (Willie) Williams of Gillette, Wyoming, Kimberly “Kim” (Doug) Cook of Park Grove, Montana, and Robin (Reed) Sutton of Billings, Montana; his grandchildren, Joshua (Stayce) Williams, Beau (Kate) Williams and Kaytlyn Williams of Gillette, Wyoming, David (Jodi) Tracy of California, Jory (Cortney) Cook of Park Grove, Montana, Shandy (Fuzz) Stingley of Nashua, Montana, Ali Cook (Jaime Riseden) of Great Falls, Montana, Ty and Jax Sutton of Billings, Montana; fourteen great-grandchildren; sister, Sharon (Dick) Olson; brother, Punk Du Beau and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. A Celebration of Larry’s Life will be held a.m., Saturday, March 31, 2018 at Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, Montana. Byron Mathias Lindsay of Saint Marie, MT died Sunday, March 18, 2018.Byron is also survived by two sisters, Marilyn Meyer of Sioux, SD and Marlys (Gene) Nelson of Stillwater, MN.
He served many Valley County residents their first drink on their 21st birthdays. You couldn’t have found a more honest, trusting man. He took pride in his yard and garden and was always ready to rake or burn a few leaves.
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.
Being self-taught, there wasn’t anything he couldn’t do.
He attended elementary school in Fort Peck and graduated from Glasgow High School in 1956.
After high school he worked at the Glasgow Air Force Base.