Joshua James McOmber
Joshua James McOmber, beloved father, son, brother, grandson, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend, died tragically on April 24, 2014, in an automobile accident in Wyoming with his cousin and best buddy, Matt Jacobson.
Josh was born in Deer Lodge on March 24, 1985, to Jim and Debbie McOmber. Josh attended elementary through High School in Deer Lodge. Josh also attended and graduated from the Anaconda Job Corp on October 6, 2003, where he received his high school diploma and a diploma in welding.
Josh worked at various mines in Montana before moving his family to Wright, Wyo. where he was employed at Savage Services as a train operator. He later went to Peabody Energy where he started as a haul truck operator and over the past five years he worked his way up to become a drag line operator.
Josh always put his family and friends first and would do anything he could for them. Josh had two beautiful children, Jazmin, eight and Jaired (Bubba), seven and another baby on the way. He lived his life for his children and always put them and family first. Josh enjoyed camping, four-wheeling, fishing and just hanging out with his children.
Josh was greeted into the Lord’s Presence by his grandfather Duane Hanson, his grandfather Robert McOmber; his great-grandmother Mildred Webster; and his great-grandmother Ada Meagher.
Josh is survived by his mother and father Debbie and Jim; his children, Jazmin and Jaired; brother Chris and sister-in-law Billie; his grandmother Carol Hanson; grandmother and grandfather Beth and Ben McKee; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
A joint memorial service for Josh and Matthew will be held at the Rialto Theatre on Thursday, May 1, 2014, at 11 a.m. Inturnment of ashes will take place following services at Hillcrest Cemetery.
Memorials can be made to the Shodair Childrens Hospital, or a charity of the donor’s choice.
Matthew Lorenzo Jacobson
Matthew Lorenzo Jacobson, beloved son, dad, brother, grandson, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend, died tragically on April 24, 2014, in an automobile accident in Wyoming with his cousin and best buddy, Josh McOmber.
Matthew was birthed in Butte on August 19, 1985, to Kelly and Rod Jacobson, a special birthday gift to his sister Kelli. Matthew attended elementary schools in Butte and Deer Lodge, and Powell County High. Matthew also attended and graduated from the Anaconda Job Corp on February 9, 2004, where he excelled and received his high school diploma and a certificate as a machine mechanic.
Matthew had a huge heart, and was always very grateful for even the smallest acts of kindness. He loved everyone he met, and would give anyone who needed it the shirt off his back. Matthew was raised on a family ranch, and loved working alongside his dad and grandpa in the potato cellars and shop. Matthew deeply loved his family, especially his boys, Christopher, Demitry, Jonathan, and Jeremiah.
Matthew worked at Superior Transportation in Butte for several years, and just recently moved to Gillette, Wyo., where he was working as an oiler for URS at the Black Thunder Mine. Matthew loved working on the large equipment, but mostly looked forward to what this job would do for him and his ability to build a better life for his four sons, who were always his first topic of conversation.
Matthew was ushered into the Lord’s Presence by his grandmother Joyce Johnson; his grandfather Richard Johnson; his grandfather Lorenzo “Bud” Jacobson; and his great-grandmother Della Jacobson.
Matthew is survived by his mother and stepfather Kelly and Tad Rigdon; his father and stepmother Rod and Mona Jacobson; his children, Christopher, Demitry, Jonathan, and Jeremiah; his sisters Kelli (Chub) Wheat, Ashley Jacobson, Riley Rigdon; his brothers Bill, Wes, Dallas Jacobson, Michael Kober; his step-sister Carrie Lease; his stepbrother Coby McOmber; his grandmother Edna Jacobson; his grandmother and grandfather Beth and Ben McKee; his sister-in-law Jennifer Jacobson; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
A joint memorial service for Matthew and Josh will be held at the Rialto Theatre on Thursday, May 1, 2014, at 11 a.m. Private interment of ashes will take place at a later date.
Memorials can be made to the Shriner’s Hospital, Montana Hope Project, Rialto Theatre, or a charity of the donor’s choice.
Darlyne Rose Temanson
Darlyne Rose Temanson, 71, of Longview, Wash., passed away at home on March 30, 2014.
She was born February 6, 1943, in Wayne, Mich. to William and Violet Mosier. Darlyne graduated in 1961 from Powell County High School in Deer Lodge and served in the Women’s Army Corps stationed at Fort McClellan, Ala. She married Larry Temanson December 21, 1962, and became a homemaker. She was a loving person who cherished time with her grandchildren.
She was an active member of the First Christian Church, serving as a senior elder and deacon, taking part in the Women’s Fellowship, the Search Committee and baking the communion bread. She also volunteered for Lower Columbia CAP‘s Senior Nutrition Program at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband Larry; mother, Violet Mosier; and sister, Gwen Morrow.
Darlyne is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Debbie and Doug Malone of Longview, Wash.; father, William Mosier; brother, Bill Mosier, both of Deer Lodge; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A service was held at the First Christian Church of Longview with the Reverend Eric Atcheson officiating.
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