BILLINGS - Margaret Sullivan, 90, died Wednesday, July 16, 2003, at a Billings retirement center.
At Margaret's request, no services will be held. Her remains will be placed with her grandson Randy Reinecke's on a ranch in Wyoming.
Margaret was born on Aug. 22, 1912, in Chinook to Scottish immigrants Angus and Kathleen Morrison. She spent her first 20-some years in Chinook.
She married William Crabbe when she was 21. After a few years, they moved across the Western part of the country with his job with the U&I Sugar Company. They spent time in Montana, Washington, Idaho and South Dakota. He died in 1966.
Margaret spent several of her senior years with Al Sullivan, who cared for her in his special way until his death in 1980. In 1988, Margaret moved to Havre and joined her brother at the Eagles Manor. For the past two years, she lived at the West Park Village Retirement Center in Billings.
Margaret's hobbies were limited to her family, card games and PEO. She enjoyed playing bridge at the Eagles Manor and West Park Village and became very involved in PEO in both cities.
Margaret was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Donald; sister, Kathleen Weigand; and grandson, Randy Reinecke.
Survivors include her daughter, Eleanor )Leon) Reinecke; son, Don (Sharon) Crabbe; brother, Cy Morrison of Havre; sister, Miriam Burns of Bigfork; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Big Sky Hospice of the charity of one's choice.