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Mildred J. Bagley
Mildred J. Bagley, 80, of Goodman, passed away Monday, Nov. 25 at the Golden Living Center, Florence.
Born Dec. 29, 1932, in Jackson, Wyo., daughter of the late Edward and Marion (Crandall) Woodward, she grew up there and graduated from Jackson-Wilson High School. She enjoyed hunting and fishing, owned a shoe repair business and did meat processing and carpentry work. In 1990, she moved to Goodman and worked for Richards Supper Club, Marys Place in Pembine and delivered for the Dickinson County Advertiser. She worked to the age of 79 when her health would not allow her to continue.
She is survived by a daughter, Sawnie (Rockford) Ritchie, Goodman; a brother, Ron (Karla) Woodward, Idaho Falls, Id.; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Per her wishes, private family services were held. Jacobs Funeral Home, Iron Mountain assisted the family.
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