Audrey Bolles

Audrey E. Bolles

Sunday, October 6th, 2019
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Audrey went to be with her Lord October 6 after a short illness. She was 69 at the time of her death.
Audrey was born May 27, 1950 in Truro, Nova Scotia to Edward and Jean Marney.
In 1972, she married her forever love, Chester A. Bolles, and made their home in upstate New York. On April 19, 1973, Kevin Barry came into their world followed by Robin Christopher on November 2, 1974. Chester and Audrey moved the family to Florence in 1976 to raise the boys.
Audrey loved her sons, grandchildren and great grandchildren, along with her extended family from the Florence Baptist Church.
She had a passion for photography during her younger years then started doing a wide variety of crafts with the grandchildren and young ones at the church. Audrey would take in and raise any animals. From frogs with Reba and Tiana, to ducks, chickens, pigeons, to cows and horses. She trained many of their hunting dogs and managed the Eagle Watch Arena.
Her greatest accomplishments were being a loving mother and grandmother, becoming a US Citizen, and graduating from the Faith Bible Institute at Florence Baptist Church in May 2019.
Audrey is survived by her sisters Claudia Burns and Barbara Bartlett. Her sons Kevin and Robin along with her cherished grandchildren, Kody, Rial, Reba, Tiana, Austin, Clayton and Layne. Great grandchildren Wesley, Leila and Tinley. She also left behind her very dear and cherished friend Tori Scholl and her family.
She was proceeded in death by her husband, Chester, parents Edward and Jean Marney, along with her siblings Lyman, Brian, Marion and Kathryn.
The services will be held on October 21, 2019. They will start at 3:30pm at the Florence Baptist Church with reception to follow.
The family is asking that those of you wanting to send flowers to please make a donation to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in memory of Audrey E. Bolles at
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    Monday, October 21st, 2019 | 3:30pm
    Monday, October 21st, 2019 3:30pm
    Florence Baptist Church
    5561 Old U.S. 93
    FLORENCE, MT 59833
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marc kline

Posted at 06:12pm
Sorry to hear of Audrey's passing , I use to visit her church and her friends some years ago . It's sad to say , when passing through to see old friends , that someone is missing from a congregation, that you knew and sat with and visited the gift shop and just to say hello.

Burns Claudia

Posted at 03:35pm
Thinking of you all every day My mind is filled with wonderful memories of my dear sister. Let your memories heal you in time. Im sorry im not there to hug each and every one of you. I met so many of Audrey’s Florence Baptist Church family and I know how much you love her and she loved all of you. Every card I would receive from Audrey would have a note about everyone there. It was nice to get the news about graduations, weddings, babies and grand babies that I could relate to.

We will all miss her. God bless


Posted at 04:27pm
When I first meant Audrey on the stagecoach farm, my mother Barbara younger sister aunt Audrey they where at a property my grandparents sold my father and mother, David and Barbara BARTLETT.
Dad had introduced Chester Bolles to Audrey at the old stagecoach property in Hilden, Nova Scotia. They were together for a long while before they invited my parents out to visit in FLORENCE Montana. Then soon as they returned home from their visit, I too, asked if I would be welcome to visit there lovely western home in, Big Sky Country, as i was to return that September 1980's something, my last year of grade school. This trip trip which I earned out of sheer hard work, traveling would open my eyes and mind to inspire my adventures to greater heights! When I arrived uncle Chester drove to Butte, airport, a long trip across the great state of Montana. That was just what i needed, a change in perspectives of the Western landscapes and the people and the community of my Eastern coastal provinces, as known as The Maritimes. Very captivating, however, I knew it was a long way from my home town.
They both gave me this awesome opportunity as a young teenager, willing to go out to find meaningful experiences. They shared their hearts and prayers for me. They took me to church service with them, as I was searching for my purpose in life. I arrived with an open heart and mind and came back to the East coast with a fuller vision of my purpose, with a decision to be determined to search daily in devotion and personal developed. They both taught me very important things, in the short time we had been together that cool September, through testing & trusting. Sharing my thoughts with you all, sending my deepest condolences in respect and love to both of the boys, Kevin and Robin and their families. From Lorna BARTLETT and my son,True Macdonald and Barbara BARTLETT.

Burns Claudia

Posted at 09:33am
Rest In Peace dear sister. You were special to me.. my protector,teacher and so much more I miss you!
May God bless you Kevin and Sam and family and Robin and family. I love you dearly.
Aunt Claudia

Lorna BARTLETT Posted at 04:33pm

My aunt Audrey, always cherished, rest in the arms of our loving SAVIOR sovereign King

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