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Autumn Lynn Long

Autumn Lynn Long, 23, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away in the early afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022, in Great Falls, Mont. Autumn was born Oct. 16, 1998, in Glasgow, Mont., to Jamie Esaias and Darin Aliperto.

A Celebration of Her Life will be held at Bell Mortuary, Glasgow, on Sunday, Oct. 16, at 11 a.m. with burial to follow at Highland Cemetery, Glasgow. There will be a potluck gathering for the public to be determined.

Autumn was a beloved mom, wife, sister, granddaughter, aunt, niece and friend. She grew up in Glasgow, where she attended and graduated from Glasgow High School. She started her very first job at Taco Shack where she continued to work until her time here was cut short, maybe it was to spend some extra time with her mom, Jamie, and her friends. She gained some very close relationships while working there. She was a lover of art, music, food, the outdoors, road trips with friends, and most importantly her family, especially her two babies. She became a mom at the age of 19 to Zander in 2018. She grew a very close bond with Jamie and Robert as they helped and taught her through life with Zander, before she met her best friend Cooper.

Autumn and Cooper started dating in December of 2020 and then later married in May of 2021. They became a beautiful family of four when they added Kira in January of 2022. From there, their friends and family watched as they grew together as a family.

Autumn was someone you could run to for any advice, with no judgement. She was always so good with words and had just the right things to say, so hopefully this is up to her expectations. Her contagious smile and laugh will be so incredibly missed by all of us. Her spirt and love will continue to bless the lives of everyone she touched.

Autumn is survived by her husband and best friend, Cooper Long; her two babies, Zander and Kira; her parents Jamie and Rob Esaias; her siblings, Joseph Aliperto, Seth Esaias and Kimber Aliperto; step-siblings Ashley, Kaitlyn and Dylan Esaias; numerous grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, many friends she called family and Darin (Trinitie) Aliperto.

When you think of Autumn, celebrate the good memories you have of her. Remember that life is fragile and short and should be lived to the fullest.

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