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"West" Donohoe

"West" Donohoe

Led by a hearse from Dahl Funeral Chapel, Jonnie Jonckowski, left, and Bill Anderson of Angel Horses drive Anderson's team and buckboard carrying Luther rancher "West" Donohoe to his final resting place in Sunset Memorial Gardens on Friday. At the request of Donohoe's family, Angel Horses pr…

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A hat and rope

A hat and rope

A hat and rope sit atop "West" Donohoe's casket in the back of Bill Anderson's buckboard before the procession to his burial at Sunset Memorial Gardens on Friday. The Billings Police Department provided an escort from St. Pius X church to the cemetery.

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Jonnie Jonckowski and Bill Anderson of Angel Horses

Jonnie Jonckowski and Bill Anderson of Angel Horses

Jonnie Jonckowski, left, and Bill Anderson of Angel Horses drive Anderson's team and buckboard carrying Luther rancher "West" Donohoe to his final resting place in Sunset Memorial Gardens on Friday. Anderson's team is Prince and Duke, two haflinger horses.

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Luther rancher "West" Donohoe

Luther rancher "West" Donohoe

Jonnie Jonckowski, left, and Bill Anderson of Angel Horses drive Anderson's team and buckboard carrying Luther rancher "West" Donohoe to his final resting place in Sunset Memorial Gardens on Friday. Donohoe was born in Jordan in 1925, and moved to his ranch in Luther in 1941.

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Joel Barndt plays on Rocky's basketball team, while father Gary plays in the band

Joel Barndt plays on Rocky's basketball team, while father Gary plays in the band

When the men's basketball team at Rocky Mountain College plays host to Montana Western on Thursday night, the Barndt family of Billings will help set the tone on and off the court.

January 23, 2013 11:00 pm Photos

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Unclaimed cremains

Unclaimed cremains

Jennifer Aksamit, a mortician at Dahl Funeral Chapel in Billings, closes the velvet bag that holds the ashes of one of the veterans and places them back on a shelf in a storage unit at the chapel. The storage unit is home to the unclaimed ashes of all bodies Dahl cremates, not just veterans.

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Missing in America Project

Missing in America Project

Marty Malone, Montana state coordinator of the Missing in America Project, with the cremains of Anthony Mills and Orville Hatch at Dahl Funeral Chapel. Malone is leading the effort in Montana to locate the remains of veterans and provide them with a dignified burial.

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Remains of 7 veterans left unclaimed in funeral homes to be interred

Remains of 7 veterans left unclaimed in funeral homes to be interred

For nearly two decades, the cremated remains of World War II veteran Orville Clinton Hatch have sat unclaimed and mostly forgotten on a shelf in a basement storage area at Dahl Funeral Chapel in Billings.

July 10, 2012 12:15 am Photos

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