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Her athletic skills could also be seen in volleyball where she served a mean bullet.In 1988, she was selected to represent the United States on the Junior Olympics team that traveled to South Korea and China.of Malta, James “Jim” (Kim) Werk of Las Vegas, NV, and Toby (Liz) Werk of Blue Heaven Family Ranch, Hays; his adopted brother and sister Robert “Coop” Cooper and Mary Rose Bacon; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and other extended family and friends. Jerry was born on May 1, 1949 in Portland, OR, a son of the late Harold Clifford Keniston and Hazel Viola Matt Keniston.Jerry was a proud member of the Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes.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.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.
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.Jerry went on to work at the Salish and Kootenai College where he again excelled vibrantly at education.During his time at the college, he loved giving support to those who were encouraged to receive their GED.Reyna loved children and was a “mother”, auntie and grandma to all those she met. Her devotion to family was so much a part of her personality.No matter what life dealt her way, she always had time for others.
The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory, Polson, is caring for the Keniston family. She was a proud member of the CSKT and Seneca Nations.