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Obituary for Martin Aaron Brower
Martin Aaron Brower, beloved son and brother and faithful friend of many, passed away in Roundup, Montana on April 8th at the age of 53, due to complications following hip surgery. He was born in Missoula, Montana on August 19th, 1961 to Floyd Brower and Mary Sweeney Brower. The family moved to Roundup in 1965, where he grew up on a ranch outside of town and graduated from Roundup High School in 1979. He enjoyed playing football, basketball, track and golf as well as participating in rodeos during the summer when not doing farm work. He attended college at Northern Montana College as well as Spokane Community College, studying machining and horticulture. Martin started and ended his career in the oil field working on drilling rigs and mixing production fluids for fracking. In between, he used his education to become the superintendent at the Pine Ridge golf course in Roundup and at Twin Lakes golf course and night superintendent at the Coeur d' Alene Resort golf course. He was the owner/operator of Mr. Video Productions and Earthscapes Unlimited LLC. He used his trades education at NMC when working for the Jore Corporation near St. Ignatius, Montana, where they machine tools and at Harvest Moon brewery where he ran the bottling/canning line. His favorite occupation was as a hunting and fishing guide and worked for outfitters in both Idaho and Montana. Martin felt his greatest accomplishment was his collection of big game animal trophies, little did he know it was nothing compared to the multitude of friends he made and the lives he touched in the 53 years he spent with us. Martin was married to Michelle Taylor Foeller, Pam Rodeghiero and Angie Martin, no issue was ever born of any of the marriages. Martin is survived by his father, mother, and brother Clay, sister-in-law Laurie and nephew Jesse, including numerous uncles, aunts and cousins.��
1:00 p.m., Saturday, April 18, 2015
St. Benedict's Catholic Church
503 Main Street