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She was accepted at Institute of American Indian Art School in Santa Fe, NM assuring her mother and father she would be careful driving home to visit when time would permit.

Before leaving for college, she volunteered for teaching the youths by keeping up with cultural ways and teaching beadwork.

Babe was well known for speaking her mind and saying things as she saw them. It was where she liked to spend her time with family and friends. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 13 at the St. Special thanks to the Hospice Nurses Debbie and Pam and the Kerr Elder program for providing Pat Ashley to help the family care for our mom. Memories and condolences may be sent to the family at The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory.

She was also known for her crocheted items and giving them as gifts. She was preceded in death by her husband Jake Carpentier, daughter Cynthia (Cindy) Carpentier, parents, Leo David and Jeanie (Senecal) David; brothers, Francis David, Albert David and Lenny David who died as a toddler. Arrangements are under the direction of The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory. Susan Marie Lefthand Dowdall was born March 30, 1957 in Polson to parents Annie Mary Finley Lefthand and Basil Lefthand Sr.

Grandparents Jules Trahan and Cordelia Trembly on father’s side and Frank Ducharme Sr. Armeld’s siblings who preceded him in death were: Sidney Jules Trahan, Lyman Luke Trahan former council member, Lorena Angeline, Marie Cordelia, Theresa Emilia, Franklin Dennis Trahan, Mary. Airforce attaining the rank of Airmen second class; he was honorably discharged in 1957 at West over Airforce Base in Chicopee MA.

She also attended many concerts, especially The Rolling Stones whom she attended about five times. Susan is survived by her husband, Joe Dowdall of Polson; her son, Justin Mc Broom of Polson and her God Children Harriet Faye (Muckie) Malatare of Browning and Claire Charlo of Polson; brothers Nick Lefthand and Basil Lefthand Jr.Armeld was an auto mechanic for the remainder of his career; he was respected and revered for his knowledge and work ethics by many in the industry.He was a very loving and compassionate man who held his family and love of country in high regard always.Dedicated to the caring of the elderly and children.She disturbed by the homeless, she was sadden to see all people living on the streets.

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