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She would also go far and wide for her family who would need help with rides or food. She was Miss NAIT for Native American Basketball Tournament by her use of the Salish language. Gave sign language to the music of Kris Kristopher’s “Why Me Lord”.
Dedicated to the caring of the elderly and children.
She has also been able to help advocate for opening her home to help raise nephews, Pierre Malatare and Paul Malatare, nieces, Carolyn Malatare Madplume, Harriet Malatare, as well as being a Foster Parent to Woody and Charlyn Bigcrane, and two grandsons that she loved and cared for as her very own Basil Lefthand, D. Pierre III, and granddaughters Payton Lefthand, Salisha Pierre they’re mother, a niece Shawnda Lefthand.
Susan is preceded in death by her unborn twin children which couldn’t be carried to full term, her parents Basil Lefthand Sr.
He returned home to MT many times during his life and always held his love for it in his heart.
Armeld passed away at his daughter’s home in Jacksonville Florida and was taken home to Massachusetts where he was laid to rest with his wife at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery on December 19, 2017 with full military honors.
He was a very loving and compassionate man who held his family and love of country in high regard always.
Because she was not able to carry or have her own children, she took in many foster kids.She was also known for her crocheted items and giving them as gifts. She was preceded in death by her husband Jake Carpentier, daughter Cynthia (Cindy) Carpentier, parents, Leo David and Jeanie (Senecal) David; brothers, Francis David, Albert David and Lenny David who died as a toddler. Arrangements are under the direction of The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory. Susan Marie Lefthand Dowdall was born March 30, 1957 in Polson to parents Annie Mary Finley Lefthand and Basil Lefthand Sr.She is survived by her children, Brenda (Rick) Dolence, Christopher “Chris” (Shaylene) Carpentier, Brandi (Chase) Toulou, Ginger (Mike)Drake and Shawn (Sonya) Carpentier; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; her half - brother Alfred (Felix) Mc Cullough; half-sister Dawn (Pinky) Clute; as well as many nieces and nephews, in-laws and cousins. Su San Marie Lefthand Dowdall POLSON — Susan Marie Lefthand Dowdall, 60, died of complications of diabetes, which let to heart failure at her home in Finley Point. She graduated from Arlee High School May 1976 receiving post elementary education from Catholic Ursuline’s School than transferring to Arlee Schools graduated to earn her High School diploma.Babe married Jesse James “Jake” Carpentier on September 14, 1968. Babe and Jake took many of their children’s friends under their wings. They did things and took neighborhood kids along on adventures to the lake or up in the woods.They started their large lovely family December of 1968, having a total of six children. Babe worked over the years at the old Dixon Post and Pole Yard, Head Start and a few other places.