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Ralph Korman (September 25, 1932 - March 14, 2024)

Ralph Korman passed away on March 14, 2024, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital with his family by his side.

"On September 25, 1932, in the afternoon an early snowstorm was moving in, and my mother decided it was time for me to greet the world. The place was Granny Korman's house in Saco, Montana, located in Phillips County." Born to Earl and Lola (Stewart) Korman, "Had a good life growing up on the Milk River below Juneburg Bridge."

"Put two years in the Army 1954-1956. Married Alice Soennichsen on April 26, 1957, and had four kids: Karla, Kathy, Jack, and one stillborn, Joel."

Ralph spent his early years around horses and enjoyed that part of his life immensely. Later he ran a D7 Cat and scraper, building reservoirs and leveling fields, until his retirement. He was talented and liked to draw, paint and sculpt.

Preceding him in death are his wife, Alice, parents, Earl and Lola, and son, Joel.

He is survived by his daughters, Karla Sudbrack and Kathy (John) Anevski; and son Jack; sisters, Carolyn (Gus) Korb, Susan (Michael) Wendland, and Nancy (John) Sparks; Terry (Donna) Korman and Ronnie (Maxine) Korman; grandchildren; Christopher (Erica) Anevski, Michael (Deidra) Anevski, and Jenna Korman; great-grandchildren: Mikai Anevski, Daelyn Anevski, and Calvin Anevski; and numerous nieces and nephews.

"So Long see you all later!"

Services have been postponed until better weather!


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