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a. Note:   OBIT103 - - Otto Leroy Ebright, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Bozeman, MT,June 20, 1997, page1 Leroy Ebright, 67, passed away Thursday, June 19, 1997, at BozemanDeaconess Hospital after a battle with cancer. He was born March 8,1930, in Hasty, Colo., to Otto John and Mary Catherine (Hostetter)Ebright. He grew up and received his schooling in Eads, Colo.,graduating from Eads High School. He then attended Trinidad JuniorCollege in Trinidad, Colo., for two years before enlisting in theUnited States Air Force. While in the Air Force he attended OklahomaState University in Stillwater, Okla., and after his discharge heworked for the Port of Entry Authorities of the Colorado State HighwayPatrol for approximately four years. Leroy moved to Bozeman in 1961and worked at the Safeway store and for Darigold Farms beforecontracting with the federal government for a mail route betweenBozeman and West Yellowstone, a route he operated for 20 years,retiring in July 1992. He loved to golf and was on the board of directors for Valley ViewGolf Club, a former vice president of the club, and club president fortwo years. He was an avid Bobcat fan, enjoyed bowling, and enjoyedtraveling, especially to visit his grandchildren. He was a member ofthe Bozeman Elks Lodge No. 463, a member of United CommercialTravelers, and former member of the Masonic Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Janette of Bozeman; son and daughter inlaw, Kevin and Jeanette Ebright of Manhattan; brother and sister inlaw, John H. and Verna Ebright of Eads, Colo.; sister, EloiseRobertson of Fort Collins, Colo.; sister and brother in law, Marjorieand Clinton Mills of Lady Lake, Fla.; sister, May Krueger of Houston;grandchildren: Kyle, Katie and Eric Ebright of Manhattan, Michelle andhusband, Mike Davis of Monroe, N.C., Cale, Joshua and Noel Brandal ofOklahoma; great grandchildren, Tyler and Grant Davis of Monroe, N.C.;sister in law, Esta Watson of Three Forks; and brother in law andsister in law, Glenn and Ida Sallee of Livingston. Also surviving aremany nieces and nephews. Leroy was preceded in death by his parents;his daughter, Leah Brandal in 1973; and his son, Chip Brandal in 1987. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Dokken Nelson SunsetChapel. Interment will be in Sunset Hills Cemetery. Memorials in hisname may be made to the American Cancer Society, c/o Brandy Hansen,P.O. Box 1509, Bozeman 59715, or to the American Diabetes AssociationMontana Affiliate, P.O. Box 2411, Great Falls 59403. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.