About Donald Paul Butler
Great Falls Tribune 3/14/1975
Donald Paul Butler, 53, 426 1st Ave. SW, a former employee of Great Falls Brewries, died early Thursday in a Great Falls Hospital.
The funeral will be Monday at 11 am at St. Joseph's Church and Rosary Sunday at 7pm at the O'Connor Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Butler was born in Great Falls and , except for the Military service, spendt all his life here. He joined the Army Air Corps the day after Pearl Harbor attack and served until World War II was over. After his retrun her was a driver for the city bus lines for 2 years, then went to work for the brewery, a position her held until is closed about 6 years ago. He married Betty Walsh in Great Falls in 1955.
Surviing relatives are children, Joseph, Pat, Mary and Robert, all of Wheaton, Ill: his mother Estella Butler and brothers, Hilary and Claude, all of Great Falls: Hugh, San Fransico, and Paul of Portland, Ore. and sister Gertrude Foster, Spokane.
Butler was a member of the Westside Veterans of Foreign Wars.