Scot James Tooke, 42, who developed a small trucking business, died Feb. 20, 2012.
He was born Dec. 9, 1969, in Havre to Robert James and Marilyn (Statelen) Tooke of Turner, the youngest of three children. He graduated from Turner High School in 1988.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in diesel technology at Northern Montana College in Havre. He married Anna Kimmel, also of Turner, on June 19, 1992. As newlyweds they moved to Laurel and then near Broadview.
He worked for Tractor & Equipment Co. in Billings until 2005, when he left to develop a small trucking business, plus offer sales and service of agriculture and heavy equipment.
Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Alyson; his parents; a sister, Aleta Cederberg of Molt; and a brother, Jack of Surprise, Ariz.
Services were Feb. 25 at Hope Evangelical Church in Billings, followed by a reception. Arrangements were by Cremation & Funeral Gallery of Billings. Graveside services were Feb. 27 in Turner Cemetery, with a luncheon at Turner Christian Church.
Memorials may be made in memory of Scot Tooke, payable to Alyson Tooke, at Little Horn State Bank, ATTN: Kendra, 2850 Old Hardin Road, Billings, MT 59101.