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Newsletter April 2009

The Federal recognition team reviewing the B. I. A. regulations. From L to R: Cris and Gwen Klinger, Deb Borjas, T. Wayne Harris, and Chairman Lanay Bruce Creech I CRITICAL INFORMATION NEEDED Attention Delaware of Idaho Tribal Members: 2009 is a critical year in our quest for Federal Recognition for the Delawares of Idaho. Last […]

Delaware Judgement Fund Update!

We sent out a letter to each person on this list using the address that we have on file. If you did not get a letter or got the letter but there was a discrepancy in your information, please contact the DOI office and give us your updated information. If you are not on the list and should be, call the office as well.

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1942 – 2008 Billie Creech (Hole)

Billie Creech passed away on the evening of her 48th wedding anniversary, June 17, 2008, at St. Vincent Hospital in the company of her family. Billie was born on Nov. 6, 1942 in Billings Montana to Edith Hole and grew up in the Shepherd area with Mama and Daddy (Harry and Florence Parshall). In 1957, […]

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1918 – 1996 Clifford Riley Creech

Clifford Riley Creech, 78 years old, passed away Wednesday morning at St. Vincent Hospital. He was born to Bruce and Violet Creech at Basin, Wyoming, August 15, 1918. When he was eight years old, his mother married Angelo Ferro, the policeman. At 19 years of age, he was a night watchman at Hart Albin’s during […]

Newsletter April 1979

10:30am Chairman A. A. Creech opened the meeting at the home of Clyde W. Creech Sr. Roll Call— Clyde W. Creech – present Jerry Coates – present Joan Lippert – present Don Coates – absent Jean Adams – present Thomas Creech – absent Charles Creech – absent Charlotte Simmons – present Grace Kanakaris (Creech) – […]

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Angelo Creech Pallbearer for Mrs. Odor Marsh

Mrs. Odor Marsh Buried in Billings Funeral services for Mrs. Odor Aquilla Marsh, 87, were conducted Tuesday afternoon in Smith’s Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. D. Vern L. Kingman of the First Methodist Church officiating. Mrs. Marsh, Rt 3, died Saturday morning at her home. Paulbearers were William Mellis, Bob Nelson, Angelo Creech, James A. […]

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Angelo Creech has a Girl

BIRTHS Boys Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Bell, Route 1. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Mauft, 205 S. 29th St. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Jansma, Silesia. Mr. and Mrs. John Faist, 1429 Cook Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weatherford, Laurel. Girls Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Bechtold, 711 N. 26th St. Mr. and Mrs. Robert […]

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Angelo Creech has a Boy

BIRTHS Boys Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Peterson, 4000 Rosebud Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Creech, 4052 Riverside Road. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Matthews, 2405 Howard Ave. Mr. and Mrs Peter Reichert, 414 Burlington Ave. Girls Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Ehresman, 38 Rhea Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young, 601 Nelson Drive. From the […]

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Angelo Creech Completes Tank Crew Training

Pvt. Angelo Creech, son of Mr. and Mrs Clifford Creech, 103 Custer Ave., has completed tank crew training as a member of the 1st Armored division in Fort Hood, Tex. He entered the Army last November. From the Billings Gazette, July 1, 1962.

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Angelo Creech wins Perfect Attendance Record

Perfect attendance records for the school year were won by Levon Enstrom, Darrell Solberg, Shirley Haman, Utahna Spieler, Jean Sanderson, Clara Leeper, Dorothy Wonter, Charles Mattson, Delbert Wilhelm, Eugene Schumacher, Alan Anderson, Arlene Cantrell and Angelo Creech. From the Billings Gazette, May 23, 1949.