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Faye Lillian Oehrling Keith Pitts
DIXON Faye Lillian Oehrling Keith Pitts, 88 years old, was taken into the 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone arms of Jesus on Thursday, March 6, 2014, surround by the love of her family after a gallant battle with breast cancer and osteoporosis.Faye was born Sept. 15, 1925, in Rose Lake, Idaho, to a first generation German immigrant family. She graduated from Kellogg High School where she was a majorette, thrilling the crowd by twirling batons on fire. The school troupe went on to become the Northwest Regional Champions.After graduation Faye was married briefly to Kenneth Keith, who was killed in World War II. To assist in the war effort she moved with her sister in law, Geri Earling, to work in Portland. In 1945, she joined her mother and stepfather in Hot Springs. While working at the LaRue Mercantile, she met the love of her life, Gene Pitts. Faye would not marry until she completed her training at the Beauty School in Missoula and maintained an active license until her mid 70s, just in case she had to return to work. They married July 5, 1947, and settled into their sweet log cabin on Camas Prairie to run a sawmill. Their first two babies, Lettie and Garry, were born on the prairie. In 1951, they purchased the old sawmill in Ravalli and moved the family to Dixon. Three more babies were added, Terry, KoLynn and Larry.Given her children's many health challenges diabetes, polio, and multiple head and body injuries Faye was nickname "Dr. Faye." She spent tireless hours as a dedicated mother working side by side her children to complete school work, 4 H projects, or driving them and friends to their multiple events and activities.Dancing Dianabol Kick In was Faye's passion, prompting her to teach her kids to dance in the house kitchen. In her mid life she became a parapro at Anavar 1 Hour Before Workout the Dixon Grade School and later an assistant postmaster. In her later years, she was the noted caregiver for her beloved Gene. She prided herself with being his "pit bull," guiding and directing his care to his last breath.Faye loved people and "Hgh Jintropin Avis" was the biggest Dixon fan. She was a tiny person known for her ready smile, hand wave, visiting with people up and down the valley. You could often see her peeking over the steering wheel of her maroon Anavar Just Cardio car. She loved to drink a Coca Cola while writing notes and sending out cards to people she loved. She was determined to live "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" out her life in her Dixon home, but an unfortunate fall and broken hip led to her recent residence at St. Joseph Assisted Living Community, Polson. At St. Joe's, she was quickly embraced by old and new friends who offered her love and friendship in return. We thank the residents and staff for making "Oxandrolone Powder India" her final hours so precious.Faye was preceded in death by husband Eugene Pitts; daughter Lettie Pitts Neuman; son Larry Pitts; brother Ed Buy Jintropin Earling; and parents Lillian and Leo Keith and Edgar and Florence Oehrling.Surviving family are Garry and Christine Pitts of Polson, Terry and Crystal Pitts of Dixon and KoLynn (Pitts) and Paul Sinclair of Yakima, Wash., Ginger Pitts of Polson and John Neuman of Missoula; grandchildren, Greg Neuman, Stephen and (Tiffany) Pitts, Zachary (Valissa) Pitts, Samantha (Andrew) Pitts Norlan, Zanen (Kendra) Pitts, Don Powell, Whitney (Nathan) Pitts Danz and Taylor Pitts; great grandchildren, Jett, Tallis, and Zanen, Jr.; sister in law Geri Earling; Bud and Nina Heitmiller and many nieces and nephews. Saturday, March 15 at the Dixon Gym. A lunch will be served at the Dixon Senior Center. at the Sunset Memorial Cemetery, Missoula and reception at Staybridge Hotel. Passionate views, pointed criticism and critical thinking are welcome. Comments can only be submitted by registered users. By posting comments on our site, you are agreeing to the following terms:Our guidelines prohibit the solicitation of products or services, the impersonation of another site user, threatening or harassing postings and the use of vulgar, abusive, obscene or sexually oriented language, defamatory or illegal material. You may not post content that degrades others on the basis of gender, race, class, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability or other classification. It's fine to criticize ideas, but ad hominem attacks on other site users are prohibited. (Link to it instead, using a headline or very brief excerpt.)No short policy such as this can spell out all possible instances of material or behavior that we might deem to be a violation of our publishing standards, and we reserve the right to remove any material posted to the site.