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Survivors include his wife, Betty Ennis Keniston; his sons, Randy Tull, Edward Tull; a daughter, Vickie Lane Tull-Miller; two sisters, Wynette Keniston-Johnson and Cathy Anderson of Polson, and Pam (Art) Galegos of Portland; a brother, Kenny Keniston of Polson as well as a large extended family locally.
Jerry said, “I want those who attend my funeral to celebrate my life and my accomplishments of living the American Dream and remember that I have gone to a better place to be promoted. I have always loved the greatest spirit of light forces, our Lord Jesus.
She was raised in California until she was eleven years old.
Her mother and two brothers moved to Ronan and lived out in Woodcock. She was very athletic and was one heck of a basketball player known for her tenacious defense and rebounding.
His heart and desire was to be on his reservation here his mother and large family resided.
Jerry loved the outdoors and only took what he needed for food and his appreciation of nature prompted him to worked in fire control as well as firefighting.
He was a true artist with his leather working, and he loved to sing traditional hand drum and round dance songs to his grandbabies.
Francis “Frosty” Werk Francis Robert “Frosty” Werk, “Baa’oouh” (Badger), 65, passed away due to natural causes on Tuesday, Nov. Frosty was born on June 24, 1952, in Fort Belknap, MT, to Harold “Bazoo” and Theresa “Nucky” (Cuts The Rope) Werk. Paul Mission until he transferred to Flandreau Indian School.
Ignatius, Steven Hernandez of Bozeman, and Eli Dubois of Billings; his 13 grandchildren; his 4 great-grandchildren; his sisters, Joan (Don) Racine of Timber Ridge, Evelyn Werk of Hays, Lorene “Tammy” Werk of Timber Ridge, Carol “Riggy” (Clifford) Doney of Hays, Anne “Butch” Racine of Browning, Margaret “Maggie” Werk of Star Hill, and Vivian (Paul) Webb of Hays; his brothers Harold “Bud” (Shelly) Werk, Jr. Gerald “Jerry” Clifford Keniston POLSON — Gerald “Jerry” Clifford Keniston, 68, of Polson passed away at his home on Sunday, November 26, 2017.
"Physical" is used to distinguish physical capital from human capital (a result of investment in the human agent)), circulating capital, and financial capital. "Physical capital" is fixed capital, any kind of real physical asset that is not used up in the production of a product.
Usually the value of land is not included in physical capital as it is not a reproducible product of human activity.