MALTA-Margaret “Honey” Wood Rasmussen, 78, a bartender, died Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at a hospital of natural causes.

            Celebration of life will be held 1:00 P.M. Sunday, July 28, 2019 at Stockman Terrace in Malta, Montana. Scattering of ashes will be Sunday, August 4, 2019 1:00 P.M. in Landusky, Montana. Salads and desserts would be appreciated. Everyone is welcome at both.

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            Honey was born on June 26, 1940 to Ted & Peg (Wright) Duvall. She received her education in Landusky, MT. She received her GED in the late 40’s. She married Allan Wood on January 11, 1958 in Malta. They made their home in Caldwell, Id. They later divorced. Later she met Wilford “Go-4” Rasmussen and were together until Gopher’s death in 2008.

            Together Allan and Honey raised 6 children Pat (Mark) Durlan, AZ.; Sue (Jon) Rabidou, TX; Reva (Darryl) Vance Malta, MT; Marvin (Allison)Wood, ID; Kem (Don) Vanek and Harlan Wood, ID.

            Honey taught all us kids to work, respect and the importance of family. She worked at the Stockman Bar for 25 years and through 5 owners. She enjoyed fishing, spending time in Landusky and playing the machines.

            She is preceded in death by her husband go-4, her parents, grandson Corey wood, nephew Evert Duvall, brother Ace Duvall, niece Jamie Ragsdale, brother in laws George French, and Bud Chase.

            She is survived by her children Pat (Mark) Durlan, AZ.; Sue (Jon) Rabidou, TX; Reva (Darryl) Vance Malta, MT; Marvin (Allison)Wood, ID; Kem (Don) Vanek and Harlan Wood, ID. Her special princess Cass; sisters Ree (Bob) Ragsdale, CA. Winnie French, mark Duvall, Faye Helm all of Malta and sister in law Arv Duvall. She is also survived by many grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren as well as many adopted grandchildren. Numerous nieces and nephews.

Guest Book

From: Bonnie & Rick Tuttle

So sorry for the passing of Honey.

From: Cindy Ragsdale Freston

I was sorry to hear that “Auntie” passed away. Just about every summer growing up, my sisters and I visited her and Unk and all the cousins in Idaho. A lot of fond memories.

From: Betty D. Campbell

My condolences on the loss of this dear one; she was my cousin and dear to me, too. Please add her sister Eva to those who preceded her in death.

From: Beulah and Roger Oelke

I am so sad that our family has lost another love thoughts and prayers are with all of Honey's family ..
She and I grew up together....almost like sister's.

From : Jacki Kaasa

She was a welcomed site everytime I stepped into the Stockman
She was a dear friend to my folks Wanda and Duane Berrisford and myself
Go4 and her meant alot to our family
She and he are together again and very much missed
Honey was a taste of home
I went there to see her usually
Even when I owned Jake's
She would be the reason we would stop
She was a great support when there was a loss to anyone
and she usually morned with you
She will be missed and was very loved by many
Sincerely Jacki Kaasa

From: Missy Kolczak

Honey was a young and vibrant person who has now joined God and his Angels.

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