GRAVESIDE SERVICE HAS BEEN RESCEDULED FOR AUGUST 26.
Myron Allerdings was born in Miles City, MT on August 26, 1947 and passed away there 72 years later after dealing with COPD issues for many years.
Myron was raised on the Allerdings ranch between Plevna and Baker, MT where he resided with his parents George and Alvina Allerdings and his two older brothers Milbert and Ray. He was active in high school sports and graduated from Plevna High School in 1966.
He went on to work in the oil fields for Zion Construction, at the Baker school system, and finally at the Fallon County Road Department as a heavy equipment operator. He retired in 2006.
Myron married Karen Howe in 1976 and formed a family with her and her four children. He was an avid sports fan, enjoying bowling, fishing, and supporting his two favorite teams, the New York Yankees and the San Francisco 49ers.
In 2006, he married Charlotte Miller and moved to Miles City where he lived for the 13 years of their marriage. Yuma, AZ became a second home where they enjoyed making many new friends and enjoying all of the activities that the desert community had to offer.
Myron was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife Karen, his sister-in-law Betty Allerdings, and his dear friend Tom McGonigal.
Survivors he leaves behind are his wife Charlotte, sons Bill (Lisa) Howe of Billings, Tom (Kathy) Howe of Great Falls, Tim (Janie) Howe of Bozeman, daughter Sheryl Sutton of Colorado, grandchildren Dawson, Cassie, John, Riley, Anna and Hattie Howe. Brothers, Ray (Bonnie) Allerdings and Milbert Allerdings of Dickinson, ND, numerous special nieces and nephews and his beloved pet Hope.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, graveside services are being rescheduled for later in August. Announcements will be made when a date and time are set.