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Dolores J. Weber, known to some as Dee, passed away September 30, 2019 at Kalispell Regional Medical Center with her loving daughter by her side, she was 79 years old.

Dolores was born May 1, 1940 in Sandpoint, Idaho to Henry and Flora Jean Denison. She grew up in Lewistown, a farm girl, bucking hay bales and milking cows and attended school at Fergus High in Lewistown.  She spent a majority of her adult life in Choteau, MT where she raised her daughter, Laurie. Dolores held jobs as a nurse’s aide, a waitress and she even did some janitorial work.

Dolores loved to go on picnics in the mountains just north of Choteau. She loved the Rocky Mountain front, as any true Montanan should.  She also enjoyed attending functions and services at the New Life Church in Choteau, but her absolute favorite past time was crocheting blankets and other items for people.

Dolores had an incredible strength and determination about her that made her the caring, giving woman that her friends and family knew and loved.  She always tried to have a positive outlook on life knowing that God was on her side and had a plan for her.

Dolores is survived by her daughter Laurie Beck of Columbia Falls, MT; her step son Ronald Weber of Harlowton, MT; her siblings Dorothy Denison of Havre, MT; Robert Denison of Cloquet, MN and John Denison of Pocatello, ID; Her granddaughter Lindsey N. Carter-Crouch of Missoula, MT and her great granddaughters Jessica Rose Carter and Amanda Jean Crouch of Helena, MT as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Dolores was preceded in death by her Parents, her son Richard Allen Weber, her ex-husband Edward Weber, two step-sons Marvin Weber and Michael D. Weber and a nephew Howard J. Woods.

A Grave side service is planned for May 1, 2020 at 2 O’clock pm in Choteau Cemetery. A memorial luncheon is planned for the same date however the time and location are to be announced at a later date.

Condolences may be left on-line at www.gorderjensenfuneralhome.com

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