Cliff Potts

Iconic People: Cliff Potts Cliff Potts was raised near the small town of Custer, Montana. At fifteen he contracted polio and nearly died. He lost the use of his arms and legs and spent many months in an iron lung. Because of this ordeal Cliff developed a profound...

Ben Steele & Harry Koyama

Iconic People: Ben Steele & Harry Koyama Ben Steele never thought himself a hero. When the Philippines fell during WWII, he was captured by the Japanese. Beaten and starved, he endured the horrific Bataan Death March and brutal years of forced labor as prisoner...

Bill & Peg Woolston

Iconic People: Bill & Peg Woolston WWII veterans Bill & Peggy Woolston share what it was like to serve during wartime and what life was like when they returned home. They also talk about participating in the Big Sky Honor Flight and give some advice on...

Eunice Terry

Iconic People: Eunice Terry Billings resident Eunice Terry talks about growing up, learning from mistakes, and living as the good Lord intended. NOTE: Mrs. Terry passed away in April 2014 after a beautiful life of 88 years. Comments There are reasons you can trust...

Jay Shaw

Iconic People: Jay Shaw After teaching at Montana State University Billings (Eastern Montana College) for 50 years, Coach Jay Shaw was inducted into the University’s Hall of Fame for his nationally recognized success in EMC Gymnastics. Comments There are reasons...

Paul Klaboe

Iconic People: Paul Klaboe Coach Paul Klaboe spent 29 seasons as head coach for the Billings West High Football team. He still wears his famous straw hat, but he’s hung up his whistle. Watch Rocky Erickson talk with him about the past 30 years and the next....

Bruce MacIntyre

Iconic People: Bruce MacIntyre Bruce MacIntyre tells of his long history as a successful businessman. From his start as a car dealer to his current position with the Billings Chamber of Commerce. Comments There are reasons you can trust Masterlube to take good care of...

Ernie Walker

Iconic People: Ernie Walker Mr. Walker talks about growing up in Louisiana, serving during WWII and why the “Greatest Generation” lives up to its name! We hope you enjoy his fascinating stories. Comments There are reasons you can trust Masterlube to take...

Austin Darkenwald

Iconic People: Austin Darkenwald Austin Darkenwald was important to me, and to a lot of other people as well. He and I met in the mid-1970’s when a mutual friend arranged for him to take me to a Young Life meeting. He was a successful business person, prominent in the...

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