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He loved going to breakfast and happy hour with the locals. People who knew Darwyn said they wanted to come back as his dogs! He even heated the garage, not for the vehicles, but for the dogs and had a mattress in there for them to sleep on. He loved to travel, sometimes protesting to his wife! The grandkids loved to go to breakfast with him whenever they got the chance. He was the person that stopped on the road to give assistance to weary travelers who didn't even know him.They received lots of treats and enjoyed listening to Darwyn talk to them. They spent their winters in Yuma, AZ enjoying time with their Canadian friends and cousins. Darwyn spent 2 years in the army and was stationed in Germany. He then returned to Bowman and married Bette the love of his life on November 16, 1968. If you ask her the order of his loves were 1) Ford pickup 2)Dogs 3)John Deer and 4)his wife. He was the person who would always say hello to you no matter who you were.Gratitude, humor, quick wit, and an easy going nature were present in Ardis's life.Her deep and ever growing faith in God was interwoven in the fabric of her life. So often she was found selflessly putting the needs of others above her own.He was the person who would help other people in trouble in whatever way he could.He was not a man seeking riches but was a man rich in kindness, goodness and friendliness to his fellow man.
In addition to being an excellent homemaker and cook, she raised bum lambs and bottle calves and enjoyed gardening, canning, and planting flowers in the spring.Harvest time at his daughter and son-in-law was an enjoyable time.He loved to try and tell them how to do things the North Dakota way, but nobody would listen to him.Ardis was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and mother-in-law.Like Bob, she parented by example, leaving a legacy that is worthy to be emulated.
He was not a church going man, but was as much a Christian in his thoughts, words and deeds that a person can be.