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Neighbor and life-long friend, Ken Floyd, noticed Noel’s eagerness to consume all varieties of potatoes as a child & dubbed him the nickname “Spud.”Spud attended the Opheim School through his Sophomore year.During his teen years, Spud enjoyed partaking in the Opheim Boxing program.
Spud put not only his back, but his heart into his work.Cloud, Minnesota; thirteen grandchildren; thirty great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.Family will receive friends Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at Bell Mortuary from 6-8 p.m.Several years later, Spud went to work for Gordon Carlson as a self-taught carpenter.During that time, he helped remodel and build new houses in Hinsdale, along with the log cabin and pole barn at the Heart Ranch.There at the Etchart Ranch, Spud’s true patience shined through.
He was always willing to teach young men and children.
They then moved into town and Spud went back to work for Etcharts, at Hinsdale Livestock. To support his wife, Spud followed her to Nevada where she could fulfill her dream of teaching.
While there, he became the maintenance man at Western Nevada Community College.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Carl and Laura; her husband Frank Lasar; son Danny; half-brother Ken Monson; half-sister, Ella Holte, Verna Welsch and Aileen Reckner; brother Clair Monson; and sisters, Irene Armitage, Eleanor Globis, Marie Warwas and Lenora Pettit.
Agnes is survived by her daughters Lenora Kelly of Glasgow, Montana and Diane Mc Govern of Davenport, Washington; son Ken Lasar of Glasgow, Montana; brother Lloyd Monson of Citrus Heights, California; sister Stella (Vern) Challes of St.
They remained there for five years until Frank was able to build their first real home in 1949. Agnes was a good cook and whenever company came, she always found something for all to eat and enjoy. She enjoyed discovering her family roots via genealogy.