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Nancy Ruth Trivitt

ARLINGTON-Nancy Ruth Trivitt passed away peacefully in her home on Monday, November 26, 2018.
Graveside service: Nancy will be laid to rest with her family at Moore Cemetery in Arlington Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 1 p.m.
Nancy was born in Michigan to Peter and Elizabeth Kembor and was the youngest of eight children. Her family moved to Texas when she was a young child. Nancy graduated Arlington High School in 1961 and was married to Troy in 1962. Nancy moved to Montana in 1992 after the passing of her beloved mother. She had a close friend in Ovando already living there and quickly made many new friends all of which she treated like family. She worked at St Patrick Hospital in Missoula for nearly twenty years of public service. She also worked at Arlington Memorial Hospital for many years as a patient access representative for the Emergency Department. Her welcoming face and positive presence were appreciated by patients and families as well as coworkers. Her friendship, smile, southern accent, witty personality, and caring tributes will be forever missed. Nancy had four children she loved dearly.
Nancy is preceded in death by her parents, Pete and Bess; her beloved husband, Troy Granville Trivitt; twin daughters, Nancy Ann and Ruth Ann; and her eldest son, John Trivitt.
Survivors: She is survived by her son, Jerry Trivitt of Arlington, Texas.

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