Fred McDougall

 Troy resident Frederick H. McDougall, 62,  died 13 November 2002, near Troy, Montana.

He was born on February 5, 1940 at Libby, Montana to Coleridge and Wilna Bryan McDougall.

Raised and educated at Troy, Fred married Marilyn Mortenson in 1963. 

After graduating from Troy High School, Fred attended the University of Montana, Kinman Business College, Spokane Falls Community College and Eastern Washington University. 

 He returned to Troy where he operated the Troy Saverite service station for many years before working on the Libby Dam Project.

An excavation contractor and a member of the Operating Engineers, Fred owned and operated McDougall Enterprises.

Fred was very active in contributing to his communities activities and needs. Fred served on the Troy City Council, the Troy Volunteer and the Rural Fire Departments.  He was also a cofounder of The Troy All School Reunion Program.

He especially doing special projects for family and friends and enjoyed the hours working in his shop. 

Fred was preceded in death by his father in 1962 and his mother in 1978. Survivors include his wife Marilyn, Troy; son Cecil McDougall, Troy; daughter Heather McDougall, Missoula; Sisters Grace Doyle, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and Myrtle Anderson and her husband Ray, Troy; brother Bryan McDougall and his wife Sandra, Brigham City, Utah; grandson Zack McDougall, Troy; mother-in-law Evelyn Mortenson, Troy, and faithful dog Hunter.

Services were held on Saturday, 16 November 2002 at the Troy United Methodist Church with interment following at Milnor Lake Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to the "Troy All School Reunion Scholarship Fund" at PO Box 2000, Troy, MT 59935.