Brent Lee Dutcher (1938 - 2007)
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Brent Lee Dutcher (1938 - 2007) was born on April 25, 1938. He was born into the Dutcher family.
He died on December 24, 2007 at Beartooth Manor, Columbus, Stillwater County, Montana at 69 years old. His cause of death is listed as: metastatic prostate cancer.
Brent Lee Dutcher's last known residence is at Evergreen Lodge, 211 Limestone Road, Nye, Stillwater County, Montana USA.
We find a death record for Brent Lee Dutcher in the United States Social Security Master Death Index (SSDI). What is the SSDI?
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History of Brent Lee Dutcher Add details
- Given name
- Dutcher family history
- White Anglo-Saxon American
- Last Known Residence
211 Limestone Road, Nye, Stillwater County, Montana USA
at Beartooth Manor,
Columbus, Stillwater County, Montana
- Cause of death
- Metastatic prostate cancer
Certified Mine Safety Instructor
Specialist in Mine Ground Control
- Military Service
- U.S. Navy, Vietnam
- Information on this page comes from the following sources: U.S. Social Security Death Index, and the contributions of 1 AncientFaces member
Obituary Add details
Cremation took place, no burial. Military headstone placed on his daughter's grave at Nye Cemetery, Nye, MT
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