Laramie Wayne Wallace, 47, passed away on Friday, March 21, 2014, at the Northeast Montana Medical Center in Wolf Point, Mont.
He was born March 4, 1967, in Helena, Mont., the son of Laramie and Bernadine (Clark) Wallace. He was raised in Helena, graduated from Jefferson High School in Boulder, and worked on the family ranch in Montana City. He attended Eastern Montana College in Billings.
He married Christina Guitteriz in Billings. They were later divorced.
In 2000 he moved to the Frazer-Wolf Point area where he has resided since. He was an avid rider, enjoyed horses and raised cows. He also enjoyed baseball. His favorite team was the Yankees.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Laramie and Bernadine (Clark) Wallace, maternal grandparents, Walter and Nellie (Ackerman) Clark, paternal grandparents, Harold and Francis (Ford) Wallace; and two sisters, Lynelle Wallace and Clara Grace Davis.
Survivors include two sons, Keaton Hawk and Wacey Hawk of Butte; a daughter, Andrea Guitteriz of Billings; a sister, Danna Runsabove and her husband, Bill, of Frazer; three brothers, Lew Wallace of East Helena, Oliver Davis Sr. of Frazer, and Randy Davis of Laurel; two nieces, Winona Rose Runsabove and Kayla Wallace; four nephews, Walter Runsabove and his wife, Kassie, Oliver Davis Jr., Aaron Davis and Michael Wallace; and numerous relatives in Frazer, Wolf Point and Helena areas.
A vigil service was said Monday, March 24, at 7 p.m. and funeral services were held Tuesday, March 25, all at the Frazer Community Hall in Frazer. Interment was in the Resurrection Cemetery in Helena.
Bell Mortuary of Glasgow was in charge of arrangements.