Stamper Family Project
 Cemeteries and Obituaries
Obituary clippings from The Billings Gazette, Lovell Chronicle, The Yellowstone County News and The Billings Outpost,
covering the years 2002, 2003, 2004
 Alice E Maynard / Jack F Stamper
Billings Gazette
Linda C Stamper
Laurel - Linda C Stamper, 52, of Laurel, passed away Sunday, March 10, 2002 at her home. Linda was born
April 16, 1949 at Lewiston, Idaho, a daughter of James and Carmen Crowley.
Linda had moved to Laurel from Orofino, Idaho in January of 1999. She had many friends at Deaconess Billings Clinic
where she worked as a data processing clerk. Linda was an avid stamp collector. Her children and grandchildren were
very important to her.
She is survived by her father, James (Louise) Crowley of Lewiston, Idaho; daughters, Denise Leeper of Lewiston;
Kathy Slick of Ketchikan, Alaska; son, Norm Stamper (Zada Simpson) of Laurel; and five grandchildren.
Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held 2 pm Wednesday, March 13, at Smith Funeral Chapel in Laurel.
* The name 'Simpson' was gleaned from another obituary.
 Billings Gazette
Dean Three Irons
Eight children survive Dean Emery and Jade of Dunmore. Tanya Three Irons of Denver, Dean, Jr of Ft Washakie, Wyo,
Leslie (Stoney) Elk Shoulder of Dunmore, Kelly (Barry) Bright, Wings of Crow Agency and Bradley and Stacie of Dunmore.
From these children came six grandchildren. Sibling survivors are Daisy (Ed Stamper) Three Irons of Rocky Boy, Avis, Lana
and Keith Lenn Three Irons and Rachel (Corky) Old Horn of Dunmore, Waliace (Tana) Three Irons of Hardin, Darla
(Samuel) Horn and Valerie (Jeffery) Stewart of the No Water District; two paternal aunts also survive him, Mae Fog in
the Morning House of Black Lodge and Myrtle Elizabeth Smart Enemy of Pryor; and one maternal aunt, Ruby Iron Goes
Ahead of Pryor.
Dean was rich in relatives and also survived by many brothers and sisters, cousins and the treasured nephews and nieces.
Funeral services will be held 2 pm Saturday, October 5 at the Crow Foursquare. Interment will follow in the Crow Agency Cemetery.
Bullis Mortuary of Hardin has been entrusted with the arrangements
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