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Dale L. LaBorta

 

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Dale L. LaBorta

Dale Leonard LaBorta, 64, who was born and raised in the Rudyard community and worked as a farmer and oil field worker, during his life, then retired to Texas in 2005 due to health problems, died at his residence in Alamo of natural causes on Friday morning.

A public visitation will be Friday afternoon at the Rockman Funeral Chapel in Chester.

Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Joplin Cemetery.

Dale is survived by two children, Shantel Zeiger of Glasgow and Jeffrey LaBorta of Livingston; three grandchildren; and three siblings, Myrl Solum of Rudyard, June Stiles of East Helena, and Aileen Garrick of Plentywood.

Dale Leonard LaBorta, 64, who was born and raised in the Rudyard community and worked as a farmer and oil field worker, during his life, then retired to Texas in 2005 due to health problems, died at his residence in Alamo of natural causes on Friday morning.

A public visitation will be Friday afternoon at the Rockman Funeral Chapel in Chester.

Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Joplin Cemetery.

Dale is survived by two children, Shantel Zeiger of Glasgow and Jeffrey LaBorta of Livingston; three grandchildren; and three siblings, Myrl Solum of Rudyard, June Stiles of East Helena, and Aileen Garrick of Plentywood.

 
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