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Gene Lince

Gene Lince March 26, 2018

SILVER STAR -- Glen W. Lince, age 95, died peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family.

Glen was born to Elmer and Theodocia Lince in Radersburg, Mont., on March 26, 1923. Glen was a decorated WWII veteran.

He served as a gunner in the 648 Tank Destroyer Battalion and was awarded two Bronze Stars including one for the Battle of the Bulge. He enjoyed many careers during his lifetime from bellhop, to stone mason, to miner, to bus and truck driver.

He was co-founder of the Butte Bus Lines in 1962. He was a lifelong fly fisherman, hunter, storyteller and passionate farmer.

Glen was preceded in death by his brother Douglas Lince, sisters Ruth Stoffer, Irene Wells and Lena Whitmer.

He is survived by his wife Carol, daughter Sheri Meigs (Kurt Reidinger), sons Alan Lince, Jerry (Esther) Lince, Neal (Heather) Lince, 8 grandchildren, and 7 great grandchildren.

No services are planned. In lieu of service, please take your fishing pole to your favorite river or stream and enjoy a quiet day outside in the sunshine.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the veterans of foreign wars.

Special thanks to Campussus Hospice.

K&L Mortuaries & Crematory of Twin Bridges is assisting with arrangements.

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