MILILANI, Hawaii Albert Saddler Jr., 61, of Mililani, Hawaii, and formerly of Rocky Boy, died Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2007, in Hawaii.
A wake will begin at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Catholic Church in Rocky Boy. Albert was born Jan. 6, 1945, at Rocky Boy and lived and went to school there until he was 16, when he moved to Helena. He joined the U.S. Air Force when he was 17. Albert met Paulina Seronio in California and they were married. He worked for a naval base as a machinist in California. Upon his retirement, he moved to Hawaii to work on the TV series “Lost” as a truck driver. Albert was a happy man and enjoyed his family and friends. He loved his Indian heritage and was a traditional dancer. He loved people and would help anyone who needed help. He had a big heart; he was a man of honor; and his word was his bond. Albert was preceded in death by his father, Albert Sutherland- Saddler Sr.; and younger brother, Roger Sutherland-Saddler Sr. Survivors include his wife, Paulina Saddler of Mililani; children, Albert Saddler III of San Bruno, Calif., Angela Saddler of Reno, Calif., and Eugene Saddler of Mililani; three grandchildren; mother, Emma Gibson of Big Sandy; sisters, Ethel Eyvonne Ford, Wellpinit, Wash., Roberta Sutherland-Saddler of Rocky Boy; brothers, Sigmund Sutherland of Isleta, N.M.; cousins, Kenny Blatt-St. Marks of Rocky Boy and Joe Saddler of Washington state; best friends whom he called his brothers, Roger St. Pierre of Rocky Boy and Joe Yellow Robe of Havre; all his half-brothers and half-sisters, whom he loved very much; numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, great-great-nieces and greatgreat- nephews; and many family members and friends here in Montana.