Dolores Elizabeth Hurlbert
Dolores Elizabeth Hurlbert, 82, passed away Wednesday, August 24, 2016, at home in Deer Lodge.
Dolores was born in Dickinson, N.D. on March 24, 1934 to the late John L. Stoppler and Elizabeth Stoppler Mavrinac Pope. Her family moved to Anaconda when she was young.
Dolores met Gene Hurlbert when she was working at the McDonald Rest Home with Gene’s mother. She married Gene and they shared 65 wonderful years together. They lived in Deer Lodge where they raised two sons, Leon and Donald.
She worked at various places around Deer Lodge including Galen State Hospital, IGA, Young’s Market, and Greany’s Dry Goods. But she always said her most rewarding job was being a mother.
Dolores was a proud member of the Order of Eastern Star since 1969. Along with her dear sister Eva, they served as Rainbow Mother Advisors. Together they enriched the lives of many young women in the community. She also served as Worthy Matron and Grand Ada.
Dolores was a kind and gentle soul, full of life with a giving heart. A dear friend told us that “the heavens needed a little more twinkle” and now they have Dolores. Her love of animals was extraordinary. Pumpkin, her beloved dog, was always by her side, even visiting during hospital stays, and she was with Dolores at the end to comfort her.
She is proceeded in death by her son Donald; and sisters Mary Loback, Angie Laws, and Eva Rennfield.
Dolores is survived by husband Gene; son Leon (Sue) of Forsythe; daughter-in-law Barb Wantanabe (Donald Hulbert) of Washington D.C.; three brothers John (Jackie) Stoppler of Anaconda, Marty (Susan) Mavrinac of Anaconda, Joe (Diane) Mavrinac of Deer Lodge; three grandchildren Ben (Dani), Christopher (Sue), and Jen; six great-grandchildren, along with numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
Visitation was held from 6-8 p.m. at the Jewell Funeral Home on Tuesday, August 30.
Services will be held at 11 a.m., Wed, August 31 at the St. James Episcopal Church with graveside services at Hillcrest Cemetery. A luncheon will follow at the Episcopal Church fellowship hall.
Memorials may be made to Shriners Hospital, PAWHS, the Floral O.E.S. Scholarship Fund, or the donor’s choice.
Marjorie (Marge) Gould
Marjorie (Marge) Gould passed away peacefully at her home at 80 years of age on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016, surrounded by her loving family.
Marge was born March 14, 1936, in Missoula and was raised in the Helmville area, attending school in Drummond and Missoula. She spent her childhood years tending the family ranch cooking, cleaning, shearing sheep and raising livestock. It was there she learned the incredible work ethic she demonstrated in every part of her amazing life, and which carried through to her children.
Marge married the love of her life, Harvey Gould, on Aug. 21, 1954, and together they had five children. She passed away five days prior to their 62nd anniversary. Our mom was a woman like no other. She gave us life, nurtured us, taught us, dressed us, fought for us, held us, shouted at us, kissed us, spanked us, but most importantly loved us unconditionally.
There are no words to describe just how important our mom was to us and what a powerful influence she continues to be. Mom, we love you. You will forever be remembered for your love of family, delicious rhubarb custard and apple pies, fishing, camping, family gatherings, gardening, generosity and your constant belief in us as individuals. You never forgot to send birthday cards to us all – from the oldest among us to the youngest great-grandchild. You were the glue that kept us together.
Marge is survived by her husband, Harvey; and her children, Tim Gould (wife Darcy), Sheryl Friedeman (husband Shawn), Jackie Watkins, Tom Gould (wife Freda), Brenda Morgan (husband Tom), and stepdaughter Randee Bacon (husband Dean). She had 20 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; brother, Paul Jacobsen; sisters, Pauline Miniger, Barbara Weaver (husband Dutch), Wilma Gauthier, Jerry Robb, Verna Lutz (husband Dennis) and Vicki Davis (husband Tom); and a host of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother, Skip Davis, and sister, Flora Wimberley.
A private celebration of her life was held at their Dixon family home. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Clark Fork Valley Hospice, 10 Kruger Road, Plains, MT 59859, to honor Mom’s wishes. The family thanks them for their loving care, support and kindness through her final journey. Hugs from the entire family.
Montana State Prison inmate Raymond Stewart died on Saturday, August 27, 2016 at St. Patrick’s Hospital in Missoula. An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. He was 68 years old.
Mr. Stewart was sentenced out of Lewis & Clark County in 2013 for Felony DUI. Mr. Stewart was sentenced to the Department of Correction for 4 yrs. 5 mo.; to be served consecutive to a previous sentence of DUI and with no time suspended. Mr. Stewart was parole eligible 03/07/2015. His prison discharge date was 01/13/2020.
Chomak Moon “Chom” Chapman
Chomak Moon “Chom” Chapman passed away early Tuesday morning at her home in Deer Lodge surrounded by her loving friends. She was born in Korea on September 27, 1940 to Moon J.Sung and Son U. Young. She attended schools in Korea and met American serviceman, Donald Chapman while there. They were married in Atlanta, Ga. and together they settled in Montana. He preceded her in death.
Chom was amazingly adaptive and taught herself to speak, read and write in English. She enjoyed her many friends in and around Deer Lodge.
At her request, cremation has taken place and no services are planned. A special thank you is extended to Dr. Ivans and her caregivers, Joyce, Debbie, Sunshine and Pat for all the kind and gentle care given to her during her illness. Thank You!
Express condolences at www.wayrynen-richards.com.
Death notice: Richard K. Shandy
Richard K. Shandy, 66 of Anaconda passed away Wednesday evening, August 3, 2016.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, September 24, 2016 at 11 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Deer Lodge. A full obituary will follow in a later edition.
Joan D. Cutler
Joan D. Cutler passed away on Friday, August 5 after a brief illness. Joan was 79 years old. Joan was born April 5, 1937 to Arthur and Gladys Ask in Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. The family moved to Montana in 1948 and eventually settled in Deer Lodge in 1952. Joan married Charles C. Brenton on March 13, 1955 and they had four children: Loxie, Lonnie, Chuck and Sandy. Joan started working in 1958 for the Registrars Bureau of Motor Vehicles for the State of Montana, retiring in 1992. Joan married Robert Cutler on September 7, 1984 and they enjoyed many years of camping and fishing together. Joan had many great stories and photos of catching halibut, salmon and Montana trout.
Joan loved her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren dearly and loved filling her house with photos of them. Joan enjoyed traveling to Reno and Wendover with her sister and best friend Judy for weekend getaways to test their luck. They also enjoyed their traditional Norwegian Christmas dinner of Lutefisk and lefse – a taste not acquired by the rest of the family.
Joan is preceded in death by her parents, son (Lonnie) and husband Bob. She is survived by her sister, Judy; daughters Loxie (Kurt) and Sandy (Kirk “Swede”), her son Chuck (Jonna), grandchildren (Josh, Lance, Lacie, Shane and Robyn) and great-grandchildren (Kimrai, Aiden, Mackenzie Ashlyn, Kirby, Mercedes and Ty).
Joan was a kind and gentle woman who always thought of others first – her passing has left a void in the lives of all who knew and loved her.
Per Joan’s request, no services are planned at this time – a celebration of her life will occur with close family and friends in the future.
Gene Walter Gough
Gene Walter Gough, 78.
Gene passed away recently in San Francisco, Calif. He was born in San Francisco August 15, 1938. He later moved to the Gough Ranch in Gold Creek where he was raised by his grandmother Madelyne Gough. He moved to Butte and attended St. Patrick’s grade school with his grandmother and sister Madelyne Gough. He later returned to Drummond where he graduated from high school. He enlisted in the Navy and upon his discharge returned to the Drummond area for several years, later moving to San Francisco. Gene was employed as an iron worker there until his retirement.
Preceded in death by his mother Frances Debeaufort and sister Madeline Powers, grandparents Madelyne and Francis Gough. Survivors brother-in-law Dave Powers, Dewey, nephews Dave Jr. of Washington, Paul and Matthew of California and their nine children.
Graveside services will be held at a later date at the Hillcrest Cemetery in Deer Lodge.
Harold Alvin Ostler
HAROLD ALVIN OSTLER. February 28, 1928 – August 10, 2016.
Harold was born in Jackson Hole, Wyo., to George Alvin and Mary Leona (Eynon) Ostler. He passed peacefully at the age of 88. Harold attended school in Wilson, Wyo. until his family relocated to Midwest, Wyo. He graduated from Midwest High School in 1946. His family purchased a ranch and moved to Winnett, where he met and married his wife of 63 years, Doris Catherine Isaacson. While ranching in the Winnett area, they had three children, Penney, Sandra and David. In 1962 they moved to ranch in the Helmville area and had a fourth child, Catherine.
Harold later had a career in over the road trucking, working as an owner operator for Dick Irvin, Western Transport, Boat Transport and finally in the logging industry. He specialized in oversized and difficult to transport loads. He will always be remembered fondly for his fun loving personality, his sense of humor and his fondness for large family gatherings.
Harold is survived by his wife, Doris; daughters Penney (Mike) Clark and Sandra Kroll; son David (Susan) Ostler and sister Mary (Hugh) Brindley. He is also survived by grandchildren T.J. (Anne) Ostler, Jason (Rosa) Ostler, Cody (Amanda) Ostler; Catherine Moria Kroll, Sally (Josh) Yates, Jay Kroll, Harold Aaron (Jazsmin) Kroll and nine great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents; twin brothers Richard C. and Robert E. Ostler; daughter Catherine Mary Ostler and son-in-law Albert Jay (A.J.) Kroll.
Services will be Thursday, August 18, 2015, at 11 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Drummond. The family will receive visitors from 10:30 to 11. A luncheon will follow the service and burial will be held at 2:30 p.m. at the Moore Cemetery in Helmville. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to the A.J. Kroll Scholarship Fund at Drummond High School, Drummond, MT 59832.
Joe Cephus Boykin
Joe Cephus Boykin, 61, of Deer Lodge, passed away on Tuesday August 9 due to heart disease complications.
A celebration of life bar-b-que will be held at 5 p.m. on August 27, 2016 at the Travelodge Hotel, 1150 North Main Street, Deer Lodge, MT 59722,
Joe was born in Birmingham, Ala. on January 2, 1955. He graduated from West End High School in Birmingham. He continued on to become a mechanic and enjoyed the work he did. Joe lived in several states before moving to Deer Lodge in 2009.
Joe married Carolyn F. Melton on June 15, 1976; they were married 41 years.
Joe worked as the assistant manager of the Summit apartments and in the maintenance department of the Travelodge Hotel in Deer Lodge. Joe’s favorite thing to do was spend quality time, at home in the company of the love of his life, Carolyn. Joe was quite the character and always knew what to say to make others smile. Carolyn says, “He was just Joe, he was a very happy person.” Joe inspired others to be humble and although we carry Joe in our hearts he will be greatly missed.
Joe is survived by his wife Carolyn; brother, Alex V. Fitzpatrick and his wife Tee; sister-in-laws, Mattie Tilly, Cynthia Lee, Dorothy Finley, Beverly Riggins and her husband James, Mary Jo Mathis and her husband Charles. Brother-in-laws; George Melton Jr, Demetrius Melton and his wife Janet, Johnathon Melton and his wife Sophia, many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Joe is preceded in death by his parents, Willie L. Harris and Annie L. Boykin; and brother, David Boykin.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be sent to Carolyn Boykin at 720 Montana Ave, Apt #1. The family wishes to thank the emergency medical staff as well as all who have helped and supported Carolyn through this difficult time.
Sherwin Eugene Palmer
Sherwin Eugene Palmer was born May 21, 1928 at the family home in the oilfields at Oilmont. Weighing only 1 lb. 14 oz., he lived an active full life passing away at the age of 88 years young. Sherm attended schools in Cut Bank. He later attended trade school majoring and graduating as a diesel/gas mechanic. He worked as the shop foreman for Cut Bank Motors until he bought the business in the 1970s. He was the “boss” of Palmer Implement Inc. until his retirement in 1993.
Dad joined the Army in 1946 with the rank of sergeant. He served in Korea earning Occupation and Victory medals. He returned to Cut Bank in 1949 where he met and married “the best thing that ever happened to him,” his wife Lois Kjose. Together they had five wonderful children.
Sherm was active in many organizations holding many offices. He was always willing to help whenever and wherever he was needed. He was an active member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #6104, and the American Legion Post #40. He was a lifetime member of the Elks serving as a Past Exalted Ruler. As a young man he was a member of the Demolay. He then joined the Royal Arch Masons of Montana, and served as the Grand High Priest of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Montana in 1998. He was a member of the Cut Bank Council #11 and the Golden West Commandery #24. Sherm was a member of Glacier Chapter #58 Order of the Eastern Star, Cut Bank, and Floral Chapter #46 Order of the Eastern Star, Deer Lodge. He was a member of the Sons of Norway #4-507.
Dad was preceded in death by his son Steven, brothers Ellis Palmer, John Palmer and his sister Clarice Schwenke. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Lois, his daughters Linda of Condon; Diane (Bob) Rader of Butte; Helen Duffey and family of Cut Bank; son David of Cut Bank; and his best friend “Hobo.” Sister Paula Murphy, Idaho; Gereldine (Dennis) Anderson, North Dakota; Marian (Dave) Keller; brothers Bill (Barbara), Oregon; Howard (Karen), Wyoming; and Jimmy and family in Texas.
Sherm has 12 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at a later date at Prairie Peace Lutheran Church, Cut Bank. Memorials may be made to Prairie Peace Lutheran Church Box 876, #1 Alpine Avenue, Cut Bank, Montana 59427, or to an organization of your choice.
Montana State Prison inmate Dennis Jensen died on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 of an extended illness at the Lewistown Infirmary in Lewistown. Mr. Jensen was 64 years old.
Mr. Jensen was sentenced out of Madison County in 2013 for the crime of Sexual Assault. Mr. Jensen was sentenced to Montana State Prison for 30 years with 25 years suspended. He was parole eligible in 2015. Mr. Jensen’s discharge date was 11/13/2018.
Deanna L. Heavner
Deanna L. Heavner was born in Bozeman on June 27, 1965. In the early morning hours on August 2, 2016, surrounded by those who loved and cherished her, Deanna lost her valiant battle with breast cancer. Those students and all who knew Deanna knew she never gave up on anyone or anything, EVER.
Deanna was raised in Manhattan by her parents Douglas and Carol Heavner, graduating with honors from high school in 1983. She is survived by her beloved parents, Carol and Douglas of Manhattan; five sisters, Cathy, Trudy (Brian), Debbie, Flora, and Dorothy (Kent), several nieces and nephews, and last (and certainly most importantly) her best friend, Roody Heavner, her Border Collie. She was preceded in death by her son, Liem Roland Heavner in 1985.
Deanna received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in 1987 from Western Montana College in Education (Business, Health Enhancement, and Athletic Training). Upon graduation from Western, Deanna immediately moved to MSU Billings to obtain a Master’s Degree in Special Education with a concentration as a Behavioral Specialist, and taught for two years in the PIC Unit at the Yellowstone Treatment Center before taking a one-year contract at Sweet Grass County High School in Big Timber as a Special Education teacher and head volleyball coach. In 1990, Deanna landed her favorite job ever at Powell County High School as a Special Education teacher, and coached volleyball, basketball, and track for years before finally retiring her whistle. It was with sheer will and determination that she finished the 2015 - 2016 school year, making sure she was able to see her last group of seniors walk across the stage at graduation.
Services for Deanna were held on August 8, 2016 at 11 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 605 Clark Street, Deer Lodge, Montana. There was a reception immediately following the services at the parish hall. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Chris, Josh, and Kathleen of Butte’s Highlands Hospice for their care and kindness shown to Deanna during her final journey.
In lieu of flowers, it was Deanna’s wish to start a “Pay It Forward” Scholarship fund for any students who plan on attending at least a two-year Vocational college, or a four-year Bachelor of Science Degree for those wishing to become Special Educators. Donations to this fund can be made to Powell County High School, 709 Missouri Avenue, Deer Lodge, Montana, 59722.
Dr. Garr T. Phelps
Dr. Garr T. Phelps of Deer Lodge, who loved traveling this world, began his intimate journey on August 4, 2016, when he passed away. Garr was born in Latonia, Ky. at home to Ed and Julia Phelps on August 7, 1936.
He was educated at St. Xavier High School and Xavier University, both in Cincinnati, Ohio and received his doctorate degree in Dental surgery in 1961 from the University of Maryland. Following graduation, he enlisted in the United States Air Force, where he attained the rank of Captain. He married Mary Lynn Russell of Greenhills, Ohio in 1962. Garr and Mary Lynn were married for 25 years.
Following six years in the military, Garr began his private dental practice in Deer Lodge in 1967, helping to construct the Professional Plaza complex in 1974. Garr enjoyed exploring as many places as he could on this planet. Following retirement in 2004, Garr spent his winter months in Arizona being outdoors as much as possible.
He will be greatly missed by friends and family. He is survived by his son Blaine and daughter-in-law Kathryn, daughter Torryn Brazell and son-in-law Tim and their two sons, Ty Alexander and Bannon; Jim Glenn, brother-in-law and his three children, special friend Dr. Michael Noss and very special companion Darlene Hargus.
Visitation was Monday, August 8, 2016, from noon until 8 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial was Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Burial followed at the Hillcrest Cemetery. A luncheon followed at St. Mary’s Center. Memorials may be made to William Kohrs Memorial Library in Deer Lodge.
James Drummond Sr.
On Wednesday, August 3, 2016, a silent formation of B-24 Liberator bombers flew above Bozeman. A single bomber dropped out of formation to fly at rooftop level where the last missing brother, a young lieutenant, strapped into the pilot’s seat. The lone Liberator rose to rejoin the squadron, which soared home to the heavens, their final mission complete.
James Drummond Sr. was born in Anaconda, on February 9, 1921, to Scottish immigrants, Thomas and Jane Drummond. He grew up on the Mount Haggin Livestock Ranch between Anaconda and Deer Lodge and graduated from Powell County High School. His youth was full of stories of tending vast flocks of Hampshire sheep, putting up hay with horse drawn mowers, buck rakes and beaver slides, and daily ranch chores alongside his brothers, Dave and Tom.
Upon graduation from high school in 1941, Jim enrolled in Animal Industry at Montana State College (now MSU). His college aspirations were interrupted when he was called to the service of his country in October, 1943. After a short 40-hour pilot training, Jim, along with a crew of 12 other young men in their late teens and early 20s, began a journey across the ocean in a newly built B-24 Liberator to join with the 484th bomb group in Italy to battle Nazi Germany aggressions. Jim flew 50 successful bombing missions at a time when over a third of the aircraft flying each mission did not return home. On several missions all of the other aircraft in his squadron succumbed to flak or enemy fighters leaving his young crew the only Liberator to drop bombs and return to base. He received numerous commendations as a pilot including the Air Medal with Oak leaf clusters. After his 50th mission, Jim was deployed back to Texas to serve as an instructor pilot until the end of World War II.
When the war ended in 1945, Jim returned to Montana State College to complete his degree in Animal Industry. As a student at MSC, Jim was active in the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity where he met many lifelong friends. He was a Bobcat letterman lettering in wrestling his junior and senior years. He was manager of the Little International Livestock Exposition, a student senator and the co-editor of the 1948 MSC annual, the Montanan. His co-editor, George Watson, would eventually become his brother-in-law. While at MSC, Jim became enamored with a young Kappa Delta, Betty Watson, who was the daughter of Irish homesteaders from the prairie of Eastern Montana. The two became one and were able to continue their hand-holding and love affair for 67 years. His final words in life were “I love you” to Betty. Jim earned a Masters Degree in Animal Science at the University of Wyoming and returned to Bozeman to become an Animal Science Professor, Montana Extension Service Sheep Specialist and Director of the Montana Wool Laboratory. He held these positions until his retirement in 1980.
Jim was involved in the Bozeman Community throughout his working career and long into retirement. Jim was an active Boy Scout leader and eventually became chairman of the Mountain Valley District, BSA and on the board of directors of the Montana Council, BSA. He served as the DeMolay Dad Advisor, a 4-H judge, a ham radio operator (N7HEU), and chairman of the doughnut shop daily coffee klatch. He was a Master Mason and member of Bozeman Masonic Lodge #18. Along with Betty, Jim was especially involved in the Lilly of the Valley Eastern Star where he served as Worthy Patron, and eventually served the State of Montana as the Worthy Grand Patron.
Of all his titles, Jim was most proud of “Dad” and “Grandpa.” In his later years his greatest enjoyment came from camping with his grandchildren, teaching them how to operate a swather or a wood lathe, or patiently standing at their side on the banks of a stream with a fly rod. He was a man of principals and honor who loved his country, his family and anything “Made in Montana.”
He died peacefully surrounded by his family. Jim is survived by Betty, his companion of 67 years; his brother, Tom (Ruth); sons, Jim (Leslie), Bill (Nora), Bob (Linda); and his grandchildren, Kris, Taylor, Brian, Rachael and Natalie; and a number of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Dave.
Memorials may be made in his name to Montana Council Boy Scouts of America, 1902 W. Dickerson St. #104, Bozeman, MT 59718 or to the M.S.U. Foundation/College of Agriculture, P.O. Box 172750, Bozeman, MT 59717.
Visitation was held Sunday, August 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Dokken-Nelson Sunset Chapel. A Celebration of Life was held Monday, August 8 at 11 a.m. at Bozeman United Methodist Church.
Arrangements are in the care of Dokken-Nelson Funeral Service. www.dokkennelson.com.
Judith (Judy) Young Erath-Miller
Judith (Judy) Young Erath-Miller, born November 25, 1935 to Marshall and Wilma Young, died peacefully in her sleep on July 26 after a brief illness.
Judy attended Powell County High School in Deer Lodge, and worked for the Registrar of Motor Vehicles upon graduating. In 1956 she married her high school sweetheart, Philip D. Erath, and they moved to Southern California where Judy continued her education at UCLA.
Judy returned to Deer Lodge in 1970, working as a paralegal for Kermit Daniels, Ted Mizner, and Jim Maser, remaining until 1979. She then lived in Richland, Wash., Henderson, Nev., Seattle, Wash., and finally settled in Kennewick, Wash. in 1991 when her only grandchild was born. She continued to work as a paralegal for several attorneys in the Tri-Cities until her retirement, and especially enjoyed the time she spent working with Coke Roth and Crane Bergdahl.
In 1986, Judy married Robert (Bob) T. Miller, and they were married until his death in 2011.
Judy enjoyed crafting and embroidery, and participated in many craft festivals. Her favorite leisure activity was traveling to Laughlin and Wendover, Nev. She took great pride in her family, and loved to share stories about her children, and especially her grandson Austin.
Judy was predeceased by her parents Marshall and Wilma Young, and her husband Robert Miller. She is survived by her children Marty Erath Zoeteman (Carey), Dewey, Ariz., and Ralph Erath (Tara), Richland, Wash.; her grandson, Austin Erath, Kennewick, Wash., and her brother Duane Young (Nancy), Hardin. She also leaves behind many great friends at Affinity, Hillspring Church, the Rambling Rovers, and her dear friend Shirley Telford of Kirkland, Wash.
In lieu of flowers, we ask that donations be made to the Chaplaincy House in Kennewick, Wash. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 6 at 1 p.m. at Hillspring Church in Richland.
Kenneth George Johnson
Montana State Prison inmate Kenneth George Johnson died on Friday July 29, 2016 at Benefis Health System in Great Falls. Mr. Johnson suffered from an extended illness, an autopsy is scheduled. He was 53 years old.
Mr. Johnson was sentenced out of Yellowstone County on 06/09/1983 for the crimes of Aggravated Kidnapping, Sexual Intercourse without Consent, and Attempted Homicide with a Dangerous Weapon enhancement. He received a sentence of 150 years.
Mr. Johnson became parole eligible in 2000. His prison discharge date was 04/01/2060.