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Nancy I deeply share your loss. Although we haven't talked in 20 years means nothing. Peoples lives change, I get that. I was so grateful to be in monties and your orbit. Such a magnetic personality, I always gravitated and looked up too him but we had separate paths it's a shame that that's what it came down too. No resentment here. You were wonderful good citizens and I have so many fond memories of you two. Please accept my

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Posted by: Dan Chomyn - Louisville, CO - Friend   Nov 23, 2020

Nancy, we were so shocked to hear of Monte's sudden and unexpected passing. I have been thinking about you and can't imagine what you must be going through. I'm extremely saddened to know that I won't see the two of you together again, whether it's boating on Diamond Lake, or just out and about around town. Monte's over the top personality was infectious. He made everyone smile or chuckle. I remember him teaching Zach to say, What's up, hot chicks?!,

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Posted by: Jill Zalas - South bend, IN - Friend   Nov 23, 2020

Monte and I have been friendly competitors in the metal fabrication business for 26 years. When he would call me on the phone, he would say "How's Parsnips doing?" (The company I work for is Parsons). Monte just LOVED calling us "Parsnips".
He and I would make sales calls on Caterpillar and would run into each other. Monte would comically complain that "your sales bag is probably FULL of Caterpillar blueprints...did you leave me any work to get?" We would

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Posted by: craig joraanstad - Roanoke, IL - Acquaintance   Nov 23, 2020

Nancy, just wanted you to know how sorry Jen, Zack and I are about Monte. He was a force!


Posted by: Rick Aldrich - Wadmalaw Island, SC - Family   Nov 23, 2020

I did some work for Monte in the summer of 1992 at his Diamond Lake home. I installed an approach to his house entrance with pavers and also did some interior painting. He was an absolutely wonderful person. He had a great sense of humor and was so much fun to be around. Although my only experience with him was working for him that summer, I'll never forget what a "cool" person he was. He once mentioned that his brother

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Posted by: Joseph Badger - Friend   Nov 22, 2020

Nancy, it was a shock to hear the passing of Monte! A lot of great memories all the way back to Little League. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! God bless!


Posted by: Terry Wiseman - Friend   Nov 22, 2020

Nancy, Jennifer & I were so shocked and saddened to read of Monte's passing. What a larger than life personality he was. Having fun with Monte was a primary reason for me graduating from UND in '76 instead of '75 as I should have. It was always a treat to bump into him in recent years at Sunny Italy or meandering through the grocery store.
May he rest in peace.


Posted by: Fred & Jennifer Helmen - Niles, MI - Friend   Nov 22, 2020

Nancy and family, so sorry to hear about your loss. Too young. Our thoughts are with you. Sincerely, Bob and Tonda Canfield


Posted by: Bob and Tonda Canfield - Mishawaka, IN - Friend   Nov 22, 2020

Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss. I was absolutely stunned when I heard about Monte today. He was definitely one of a kind - larger than life! Thinking of him puts a smile on my face! So many fun memories. He definitely lived life to the fullest and will be missed!


Posted by: Patti Kuboske - Cassopolis, NE - Friend   Nov 22, 2020

In the game of life,my brother never got cheated! He lived life with a passion, zest and complexity that was to be admired. I marveled at his unique sense of humor and would find myself laughing out loud as he conversed with someone on the phone in his office next to mine. I often mentioned that his free wheeling personality and approach to life was such that you could literally lock him in a closet (something I contemplated numerous times)

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Posted by: Mark Beaudway - Granger, IN - Brother   Nov 22, 2020