In memory of

Charlotte Skalsky, 84, of Billings, formerly of Forsyth

June 21, 1929 – August 9, 2013

Charlotte Maude Skalsky went to be with her Lord and Savior on the morning of August 9, 2013 at the Billings Clinic.  Charlotte was born on Friday, June 21, 1929 to Rex Leo and Zelona Maude (Buckalew) Squires.   She went to school in Forsyth and then moved to South Dakota.  She later moved to Wolf Point working for various businesses.  In 1997 Charlotte moved to Billings to be near her family.  Charlotte’s favorite things to do were going for car rides, chatting over coffee and Bingo.  She would wait all week for it to be Bingo day.  Charlotte resided in Billings until her death.

Charlotte was blessed with seven children.  Clinton Skalsky of Waite Park, MN, Chester Skalsky of Little Falls, MN, Linda Hubbard of Worth, MO, Calvin Skalsky of Long Prarie, MN, Lester Skalsky of Swanville, MN, Carrie Skalsky of Little Falls, MN, and Carol Kirk of Billings, MT.  She also has 12 grandchildren and 21 Great-Grandchildren.  She also has one sister Mildred Lincoln of Forsyth, MT, and two brothers Wallace Reid of New Ulm, MN, and Mark Reid of Rapid City, SD.


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  1. Connie Brown says:

    Milly and family and the Buckalew family,
    Sorry for your families loss of a loved one. May you remember the good times and the love she had for others!

  2. J Johnson says:

    My sincere condolences to the family of Charlotte Maude Skalsky – May you find comfort in your loving memories, beautiful pictures and in recalling the many talents of Mrs. Skalsky. God did not purpose that mankind suffer and die and has promised that a time will come when no one will say “I am sick” (Isaiah 33:24) Our loving Creator has promised that soon pain and death with be no more (Revelation 21:4). The Paradise that was originally promised for the earth in the Garden of Eden will be restored. (Psalm 37:29) Please be comforted by Bible promises of a hopeful future (John 17:3).

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