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She would also go far and wide for her family who would need help with rides or food. She was Miss NAIT for Native American Basketball Tournament by her use of the Salish language. Gave sign language to the music of Kris Kristopher’s “Why Me Lord”.
Throughout her life she was inclined to teach her knowledge to the younger generation and upholding respect for her elders.
He returned home to MT many times during his life and always held his love for it in his heart.
Armeld passed away at his daughter’s home in Jacksonville Florida and was taken home to Massachusetts where he was laid to rest with his wife at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery on December 19, 2017 with full military honors.
Thanks to family and friends, those who contributed time to say prayers and reminisce; and thanks to the cooks and Ralph Foster.
Armeld Henry Trahan Armeld Henry Trahan was born May 14, 1933 and died December 12, 2017.
He is survived by his children Jimmy Trahan of Springfield MA and daughter Susan Lyman of Jacksonville Fl as well as two sisters who still reside in Montana, Eileen Antoinette Trahan Quest and Theresa Ducharme Morigeau. S Marine Corps, he served in Korea attained the rank of Corporal and received the following medals: The Korean Service Medal, United Nations Service /Medal, Navy Occupation Medal, National Defense Medal, Good Conduct Medal. He remained in the area and this is where he met his wife of 39 years and raised his step children whom he adopted with Gail.