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Obituary - Levi James Huston

 

August 11, 2017

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Levi Huston

Levi James Huston, 20, died Saturday morning in a motor vehicle accident north of Havre. His memorial service will be at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, at the Havre High School Auditorium with Pastor Tanner Howard officiating. A gathering of friends and family will be held after the service at the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line.

The family requests in lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to the Hi-Line Boys & Girls Club P.O. Box 68, Havre, MT 59501.

Please visit Levi's online memorial page and leave a message of condolence for his family at http://www.hollandbonine.com.

Services and arrangements have been entrusted to Holland & Bonine Funeral Home. 

Levi was born March 31, 1997, to Stan and Patti (Prosser) Huston in Havre, Montana. He was the oldest of three children. He had an "old" soul and a passion for vacuums at a very young age.  He didn't realize he was a child and always wanted to be where the adults were. He could talk to anyone and when he flashed that smile it lit up the room every time.

 He was raised and educated in Havre and graduated from Havre High School with the class of 2015. While in high school he was a member of Skills U.S.A., he played football and proudly wore his dad's #40 on his jersey. On his Senior Night in football, he was handed the ball and in an incredible display of running and spinning off the defenders he ran that ball in for his first and only touchdown. That one play was a highlight for everyone at the field that night. He also played co-ed softball for the Tip-It team. 

Levi worked many jobs throughout his short life but in that time he touched many people's lives with his compassion for others and a willingness to help anyone who needed it. Whether you saw him at Subway, Havre Ford, Havre Home and Hardware, as the DJ for an event, or just out and about with his friends, he was sure to have a smile. He had a charismatic way about him that everyone was drawn to. He would always come up with "things" to do with his classmates and friends. He was the "organizer" and kept everyone together. Levi had recently discovered a passion for farming and loved to talk about it with anyone who would listen. 

The smile on Levi's face will be remembered by all. The shine of his eyes, the pureness of his heart, and the kindness of his soul. Most will remember him for his sense of humor, dedication and his love for everyone. A person never left Levi's presence without having been touched in some way, whether a quick jab of teasing or by his helping hands. If you knew Levi, you know of his deep love for his family and friends, his loving dog Duke and of course ... his luscious locks of hair.

Levi has touched so many lives and there are so many things we could say about him here. But most of all, he will just be missed. ~ALWAYS & FOREVER~

Levi is survived by his parents, Stan (Carol Bymaster Gabrielsen) Huston and Patti Huston; his siblings, Little Jake, Samantha, Ryker, Big Jake, Nikki, Randi, Chris and Kane; and his grandparents, Ralph and Bernie Prosser, Sandi Gordon, Steve and Suzanne Huston and Dennis and Gladys Bymaster. Levi is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

 

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