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Obituary of Monte Pinard
Monty Pierre Pinard was born on November 22 nd, 1959. He is the oldest child of Monty (Senior) Pinard and Mary Ann (Shantz) Pinard. He was born in Redfield, South Dakota. He has two younger sisters; Michelle and Denise and three wonderful children, Philomena, Francis, and Nicholas. Before I married him, he had one niece, Anna Marie, and now is the proud uncle of 41 more. After high school, Monty joined the Navy. He realized the danger for his soul and said N.A.V.Y. stands for Never Again Volunteer Yourself. He loved drawing and was a mechanical steel and concrete drafter to provide for his family. He never spared a sacrifice to try and be better, and so began the life of sacrifice of working in North Dakota on a salt worker disposal well for four and a half years. Monty was unique in many ways. No normal symptoms of heart attacks and so after his heart attack in June 2014, only a mechanical heart could support his life. To take the life of another to better his own,was not an option! Monty loved Christmas lights, music, everything of 1975, model train, classic cars, and airplanes. He loved to repair bicycles, coocoo- clocks, and pheasant hunting. He was fascinated by the Universe. His friends were the old ladies of the parish, “the Monty Club”, when he got married in St. Paul, Minnesota on June 14, 2003. Everybody remembers him and his love of the Faith, jokes, sense of humor to make people smile. Also his love of St. Philomena and St. Maria Goretti. He was willing to sacrifice his family close by to move to Immaculate Conception Parish because of his great love for the traditional faith, Latin mass, and especially the best of schools for what he cherished the most, his children: Philomena, Francis, and Nicholas The Parish became his real family who loved and cared for him and his loved ones for him, for which he was so grateful. While still a bachelor, he apologized to his parents for not being able to give them any grandchildren...he gave them 6. Three of them, it broke his heart to never be able to play with them. Monty lived a life of faith, simplicity, joy, and carried that on till the day he died and taught us how to die.
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