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Otto Stuber,75, alongtime trapshooter and resident of Havre,MT
died Friday March 30th at his home after a 2 years battle with multiple
myeloma (bone-marrow cancer) a dedicated trapshooter since 1964, Otto was
instrumental in the development of the new Havre Trap Club. He was a Life
time Member of the Havre,Mt & Lewistown,Mt Trap Club, the ATA and served
many years as a Director of the Montana State Trapshooting Association. Otto
is survived by his wife of 53 years,LuVern, daughter SharlaRae Stuber-Kuka
(Tom) and Grandson Zach Bachini.
 

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Otto will be greatly missed by everyone at the Great Falls Trap Club, He was a fixture and a great friend.

Rick Financial Officer/
Great Falls Trap and Skeet
 

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I knew Otto both as a customer, and as a friend. He was great in both aspects. He will be truly missed by any one that knew him. He was always willing to lend a hand or words of advice. I will greatly miss his experience and honesty. There goes Otto...... one last time.
 

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I had the pleasure of shooting with Otto several times over the years and one memorable time at the Great Falls Trap Club in '93 when he and I shot on a great squad with some Medicine Hat (AB) shooters on a beautiful June day....great memories....my condolences to his family...

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Otto will be greatly missed. Otto was always one who said hello and made ya feel welcomed. He was a great shooter and always supported the clubs around the state. My family's condolences go to his family and friends. If there is anything we can do, let us know.

Respectfully, Dean and Derek Stringer
 

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I knew Otto for over 30 years and considered him my friend. His loyalty was unquestioned and he had no time for anyone who was dishonest towards the game of trapshooting.

I sold him the Franchi trap gun that he shot for most of his trapshooting life. I might add, he shot it a hell of a lot better than I did. He was a tough shooter and could shoot "bad" doubles targets as good as anyone and better than most.

Otto and his family are in my prayers.

Gene Harper
 
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