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Arnold Huether, son of George Huether, Jr and Hulda (Sieler) Huether, was born June 18, 1940 on a farm south of Baker, MT. Son, Jason was born to Arnold and Shirley (Brown) Huether in Fort Ord, CA while Arnie was in the Army. He received commendations for his service within the finance and accounting office; he was also awarded sharpshooter merits. Son Aaron was born in Baker, MT after his father’s honorable discharge and thereafter, Arnie’s lifelong career in banking continued. He attained the positions of CEO and CFO in several banks in Montana, North and South Dakota. He was an excellent boss and manager of people, known for fair leadership and humor.

In August of 1986, he married Rita (Emly) Huether and they hosted several foreign exchange daughters from England, Norway and Germany, who remain close. Arnie and Rita enjoyed traveling numerous foreign countries together as well as cruises, near and far. They enjoyed concerts, 4 wheeling in the Badlands and many more outings. Arnie was an avid bowler, played shorts early and later baseball, with his cousin Curt, then softball, in addition to fishing, boating and camping. After retirement he and Rita became full-time RV’ers traveling the USA, to every state with their yorkies for the next seven years. They became converted Texans settling in to live in Alamo, TX for the past 15 years in a community resort, where many winter Texans also come. They enjoy their many friends, socializing and work projects together.

Arnie is survived by his loving wife, Rita. Two sons, Jason of TX and Aaron (Bing) Huether of WA. Brothers, Victor (Linda) Huether, David (Renee) Huether and Spencer (Roberta) Huether of SD/AZ, ND and MT. In addition to four nephews, two nieces and their families across the USA.

Arnie was preceded in death by his parents, twin brothers and a sister in infancy.

Arnie was laid to rest at RGV Veterans Cemetery in Texas.

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