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Ord, California where he later served in a heavy artillery unit in Germany.
After an honorable discharge upon completion of his service, Pete re-entered college under the GI Bill, but quickly returned home to take over operation of the ranch with his mother when his father was unexpectedly killed in an accident in 1957.
Peter Fredrick Granada, 82, of Frazer, passed away in the arms of his wife, December 16, 2017 at Highgate Memory Care in Billings, Montana.
Pete was born in Glasgow, Montana, April 16, 1935, the only child of Fred (Fernando) and Dominica (Urreltz) Granada, immigrants of the Basque Pyrenees who were sheep and cattle ranchers.
He worked lots of odd jobs in Montana when he came back from Minnesota.
Jacquelynn Lee Fargo, 59, of Wolf Point, Montana, passed away Sunday, December 17, 2017 at St. Jacquelynn was born October 4, 1958 in Glasgow Montana to John and Rhoda (Lentz) Fargo.
Preceding her in death are her parents John and Rhoda Fargo.
Family will receive friends Thursday, December 21, 2017 from 5-7 PM at Bell Mortuary.
Pete was raised on the family ranch on the Little Porcupine Creek north of Frazer and graduated from Frazer High School in 1953.
Pete attended Montana State College in Bozeman for one year before enlisting in the United States Army at Ft.