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Stephen C. Kellogg

April 15, 1944 — February 26, 2017

Stephen Charles Kellogg passed away on February 26, 2017 in Great Falls from leukemia complications.

Steve was born to Charles and Wanda Kellogg on April 15, 1944 in Conrad, Montana. He graduated from Conrad High School.  He furthered his education graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Montana.

He worked a variety of jobs until he was drafted by the U.S. Army to serve in the Vietnam War.  He was exposed to Agent Orange during combat and believed this caused his leukemia.  Sgt. Kellogg received an Honorable Discharge and was proud of his service to our country, receiving multiple Medals and Badges.

Steve married Arlene Cheek in 1971, finished his degree, and began taking over the Kellogg family farm. He took great pride in his sons and remained close with Arlene.  He farmed in the Conrad area for most of his life. He was a sharp businessman and always sought out and created new opportunities. His dream of owning a cabin in the mountains came true. He loved entertaining friends and family. Hunting season was a favorite time where he enjoyed camaraderie on the mountain.

He looked forward to his annual trip to Yuma, Arizona and appreciated the change in scenery. In the last years, he worked hard fixing up his new pride and joy, a place he called "The Mighty Mo" on the bank of Missouri River.

Survivors include his sons, Randall Kellogg and Casey (Karlene) Kellogg—their mother, Arlene Harvey; siblings Juanita (Ron) Prewett, Marj Kellogg, Jeff Kellogg, and Mitch (Catherine) Kellogg; many nieces and nephews; numerous cousins and "shirt-tail" cousins.

The family will receive friends from 4-6pm, March 5 at the Pondera Funeral Home in Conrad. Funeral services will be at 11am, March 6 at the First Presbyterian Church in Conrad followed by burial with military honors. A remembrance celebration of Steve's life will follow at the Moose Lodge. Memorials may be made to Conrad Scholars.

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