Dwain was born to Albert and Anna Mae Surber on January 13, 1944 in Harrisburg Arkansas. Dwain Surber
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passed away at the The Willows in Red Lodge on Februyary 7, 2021 from a diagnosed inoperable brain tumor.
Dwain Surber and Kathleen Cate were married on April 30, 1972. From this union, daughter, Suzanne Surber was born. They also added an adopted grandson, Alexander Surber and granddaughter Cassandra Surber Koro.
Dwain earned a Masters degree in Computer Science from Stamford University. He made his living designing and developing many different computer systems for companies all of his working career.
After retirement, Dwain enjoyed taking rides with his family and friends, always with a dog along; be it Bandit who rode many mile by his side or Buddy who rode with him here lately. Dwain was a fisherman and loved to be doing just that in the mountains of Montana and Wyoming. He was blessed with friends who would take him fishing, and hunting also. Thanks to close friends who took him on float trips on the Yellowstone and all the trips to Sunshine Reservoir. You young men meant so much to him. He cherished his last fishing float trip with all of you. Thank you guys!
When you cast your first fly, look up towards the sky and raise a hand in goodbye. You just never know, Dwain may look down and say, "I think I will fish along with my friends today."
Thank you to all the people who cared for Dwain at Billings Clinic and Beartooth Billings Clinic. A special thank you to everyone at The Willows including the cooks. Dwain was treated with the upmost care, kindness, patience, respect, tenderness, but mostly love. Thank you also to all at Hospice.
Dwain was baptized in the Clarks Fork River and as per his request, no services will be held. Instead, his ashes will be scattered in the Clarks Fork Canyon later this summer by family and friends.