Myron was preceded in death by his parents, Myron O. One uncle, Darrell Cole; and two aunts, Beryl De Tienne and Tess Watterud. Josephine “ Jo” Marie Lauckner Dorsey - 81Josephine “Jo” Dorsey was born on November 24, 1936 in Glasgow, Montana. She continued her education studying business in Fargo, North Dakota. They enjoyed 52 years of marriage before John passed away on February 18, 2013.Jo is survived by her son, William Lawrence Dorsey “Larry”, daughter-in-law Tracy Dorsey and three grandchildren Alexis (22), Kohl (20) and Regan (16) who currently reside in Arizona.Visitation will be held Friday, February 16th from P. Debbie was born on April 5, 1963 to Bayard and Agnes Spillum in Jordan, Montana.She joined brothers Jack and Tom at home and Loren followed not long after.While she lived in Billings, Jo also enjoyed many family gatherings with her niece Gayle, nephews Bradley and Andrew, and their families.A strong Christian, Jo will be remembered for her kindness and quiet strength.After leaving the Navy, Myron spent his time working for the Great Northern Railroad. Al was born May 17, 1932, the oldest of two sons to Mary Emma (Falcon) and Albert Martin in Trenton, North Dakota. Al worked as a Brakeman-Conductor on the Railroad for thirty-five years. During his time in Yuma, Al took up wood carving classes through the local college.
She shared laughter amid many adventures and fun times enjoying a special closeness with her sister-in-law, best friend and caregiver, Jamie Lauckner, brother Andy, niece Katrina (and Lance) and her best buddy, Brexton.
Growing up in Montana, Jo began working on the family farm at a young age. She was also employed at First National Bank of Glasgow, Farmer’s Stock Growers Bank of Glasgow, First Security Bank of Montana, and Norwest Bank.
She finished her 35 year banking career at Wells Fargo Bank of Glasgow, retiring on March 31, 2000.
She also aided in the distribution of commodities for many years. Q.s in Nashua where she was honored to sew memory quilts for families. An important tradition she passed on to her brother, Andy and niece, Katrina is the making of kapusta and padia sauce.
Jo belonged to the American Legion Auxiliary of Montana. Some of her other favorite pastimes included Bingo, Mexican Train, puzzles, hunting and fishing and traveling to rendezvous as a “Mountain Woman” with her husband, John.