Information courtesy of Roger Hopkins  26 May 2003


  HAVRE DAILY NEWS                       May   1949



   Bert E. Inman, 69, commandant of the Montana Soldiers Home at Columbia Falls

died at a Whitefish hospital early yesterday morning.

   Mr Inman was born in Peroria, IL, July 10, 1879. He moved to Ohio and on

June 12, 1904 he was married at Piqua, OH. On March 30, 1917, they came toHavre and lived there until 1946 when they moved to Kalispell.

   On October 1, 1948, they moved to Columbia Falls when he became commandant

of the Soldiers home there.

   He is survived by his wife, Pansy; two daughters, Mrs Frances McFarland of

Lewistown, MT, and Mrs Irene Damschen, Havre, and two sons, LeRoy of Billings

and Bert Jr of Havre. He is also survived by nine grandchildren and one


   The body is at the Johnson Funeral home where services were to be conducted

this afternoon at 3:30 pm by the Rev Amos Crawford. The body will be sent to

Havre, where services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 and will then

be sent to Piqua, Ohio for services and interment.






Piqua Daily Call

Piqua, Ohio

Tuesday, September 15, 1970


Bert Edgar Inman


     MARTIN CITY, MONT. -- Services will be held tomorrow in Havre, Mont., for Bert Edgar Inman, 62, a former Piqua resident.  He died Sunday in Martin City, Mont.

     Inman was born in Piqua in 1908 and moved to Montana with his family in 1917.  He had visited friends and relatives in Piqua often.  Survivors include his wife Frances; two sons, John of Great Falls, Mont., and Charles of Havre, Mont.; his mother, Mrs. Bert Inman, Sr. of Havre; and a sister Irrene, of Havre.

     Inman was a retired wheat farmer and delegate of Rural Electric.