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Chandlor Garfield

Chandlor Alexis Garfield, 19, was born Nov. 5, 1999, the daughter of Nadine Adams and Dean Garfield. She was born and raised in Wolf Point, where she graduated in 2018. She was currently attending college and was adamant to one day own her own business.

Her employment started at the age of 14 which included working at the American Legion, Old Town Grill, Sherman Inn and, most recently, The Pizza Joint. From the moment she was born, her hazel eyes lit up everyone’s world. She was the baby of the family and wouldn’t let her siblings forget that she was Mom’s “Fav.”
Her smile and infectious laughter could melt anyone’s heart and they would be cast under her spell. Chandlor “Bing”, as she was affectionately dubbed by her family and friends, had a unique sense of humor that was as colorful as her many shades of hair. She was very artistic in all areas, but one that stood out was her makeup skills that could rival any Hollywood artist whether it was Halloween gore or movie star glam.
Her social life began at a very early age when she would not be seen without her cousins Calvin, Ti’Lynn or Thacher at her side. Later, that included hanging out with friends, including best friend/later boyfriend Neal. They could be found doing “squad things,” also sledding, cruising, listening to music, going to the lake or eating her many food concoctions that she liked to experiment with.
In her early teens, she developed a love for alternative/metal bands and would have gotten many piercings, tattoos, and hair colors at that age, had her mom let her. A highlight of her young life was the many music concerts she attended with her friends.
She is survived by her parents; sisters, Kaci Wallette and Kayla Hentges, both of Wolf Point, brothers, Kelley Hentges of Tomahawk Ranch and Kade Jensen of Belgrade; special friend, Neal Iron Cloud Jr.; grandparents, Chuck and Janice Garfield of Wolf Point; great-grandmother May, Martin.
She was preceded in death by twin brothers, K.B. Ryan and Kolen Ross.
Funeral services were held Saturday, April 6, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Wolf Point with interment at Saint Joseph Catholic Church in Frazer. Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel was entrusted with the arrangements.