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Please extend your sincere condolences to our classmate Ron Liptack who lost his Father recently.

Former Livingston resident Leonard P Liptack, 101, passed away April 21st, at Gig Harbor Washington. Leonard was born Oct. 31st, 1915 in Covington Washington, to Alexander and Lena Liptack. As a child he survived a fight with Rheumatic Fever that had him hospitalized for 9 months at the age of 7. He went on to a career as an electrician and supervisor for the Northern Pacific Railroad in Washington and Minnesota before moving to Livingston in 1958 and retiring from the Burlington Northern Railroad there in 1975. He married Frances Crane in 1941 and is survived by their children Steve Liptack of Libby Montana, Rick Liptack of Spokane Washington, Marilyn (Wes) Lantz of Olalla, Washington and Ron ( Tacy) Liptack of Alliance Nebraska. He is also survived by his grandchildren Alex Liptack of Auburn, Washington Amy Jeffery of Duvall, Washington and Taylor Liptack of Colorado Springs Colorado and great grandson Bryson Rary of Duvall Washington. Leonard was preceded in death by his wife Frances, daughter Karen, grandson Ryan Jeffery and second wife Helen. Leonard had a full life of story telling, joking, golf and travel and will be missed by all who knew him. Leonard was laid to rest at Mountain View Memorial Park in Lakewood, Washington .

Click here: Leonard P. Liptack Obituary - Visitation & Funeral Information

Please extend your condolences to Classmate Joe Glueckert who lost his Mother this week.

Maxine P. Glueckert went home to heaven on May 2, 2017.

Maxine was born in Belt, on October 8th, 1928 with a deep connection and relationship to her Brodie, Sweeney and Pimperton families. Growing up in the Great Falls area, Maxine and her brother David were raised by their mother Ruth, Grandpa Brodie, and extended family. The loss of her father in 1932 gave Maxine the inspiration to be independent.

Maxine graduated from St. Mary's High School in Great Falls with the class of 1946. She attended college at Mary Crest College (Davenport, IA), Montana State University, and Great Falls College of Education. Following her graduation, she taught school in the Stockett-Sand Coulee area before returning to Great Falls where she met her husband, Charles Joseph Glueckert, in June of 1949. 

The following year they were married on February 18, 1950. Max was the nickname that Chuck gave her and the endearment was to become the joyful expression of her four kids. Her family, as well as the dinners she lovingly prepared, grew to include her 3 sons and 1 daughter: Joe (Renee) and two children (Michael and Raelene), Rita (Raymond Reichman) and three children (Brandie, Brent and Andrea), Raymond (Laura) and two children (Nolan and Colleen), and Timothy (Judy) and two children (Kay and Sara). Maxine and her family spent many days enjoying the beauty of the seasons at their cabin near Bridger Bowl. Fourth of July picnics, snowmobiling and experiencing the fall colors were some of her favorite activities. 

Maxine worked at Empire Federal Savings and Loan in Livingston for 26 years, retiring in 1994. She always greeted clientele with a smiling face and an eagerness to help. 

She is preceded in death by her husband Chuck, father Raymond, mother Ruth, and brother David and his wife Pat. Survivors include her four children and their families, as well as many living cousins, nieces and nephews. 

Recalling Maxine as a sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, she will always be remembered for being the center of laughter, meals and cards. She was the center of fun and Maxine's greatest joy was her family - with many and more photos and genealogy. 

A Vigil will be held 4:00 p.m. Sunday, May 7 at the River Church. A Funeral Mass is to follow 12:00 p.m. Monday, May 8 at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Belgrade. 

Click here: Maxine Glueckert Condolences | Great Falls Tribune