William Clark Hedge, 49

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WIlliam “Bill” Hedge was born in Kalispell on Aug. 12, 1968, to Donna and Clarence Hedge, the second of three children.

He died on Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017, in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Bill grew up in Columbia Falls and graduated from Columbia Falls High School in 1986. Bill then went to Respiratory Therapy School and became a licensed therapist.

Bill lived and worked in Dillon for a time, then in Kalispell. Ultimately, Bill moved to Republic, Kansas, and lived there with his wife Robin until the time of his death.

He loved fishing and the outdoors, and stayed very close to his high school friends Shawn and Karen Cowan, and Mike Bocksnick, up until his death.

Bill is survived by his wife, Robin; two daughters, Ariel and Olivia; his parents, Clarence and Donna Hedge; his sister, Joy Trottier; niece, Annie Trottier; and nephews, Tanner Trottier, Brandon Hedge and Jacob SmIth.

He was preceded in death by his sister, Linda Smith-Greer.

No services are planned at this time.

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