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Albert Leroy Sergent, 88, went to be with the Lord December 18, 2017 in Warm Springs, Montana. He went in the Army November 17, 1948 and was stationed in Alaska during the Korean War Era. He married Ruby Crause November 26, 1952 in Wolf Point, Montana They had six children and later divorced in 1964.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing with family and friends.

Christmas was his favorite holiday where he would put up his Christmas village around the tree and in the surrounding areas of the house.

When he reached the point he could no longer speak, his eyes would still light up when shown photos of his friends, family and grandchildren.

Pete is remembered as a wonderful husband and father, his gentle spirit and kind hazel eyes, a smart business mind, and having a reputation for always being the first to have his crop seeded in the spring.

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Her heart was one that was grateful towards all those that assisted her in her journey through life.

Pete was born in Glasgow, Montana, April 16, 1935, the only child of Fred (Fernando) and Dominica (Urreltz) Granada, immigrants of the Basque Pyrenees who were sheep and cattle ranchers.

Pete was raised on the family ranch on the Little Porcupine Creek north of Frazer and graduated from Frazer High School in 1953.

He liked visiting and playing cards and bingo with his close friends at Nemont Manor, Leona Garsjo, Hilda Rosencrans, Ron Bradford, Cecil Speer and Darryl Cozad.

He is preceded in death by his parents Benjamin and Delilah; two wives Ruby Sergent and Loraine Crider; two brothers George Sergent and his identical twin, Alfred; and two sisters Florence Sergent and Ethal Underwood.After an honorable discharge upon completion of his service, Pete re-entered college under the GI Bill, but quickly returned home to take over operation of the ranch with his mother when his father was unexpectedly killed in an accident in 1957.