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Frieda Stritecky - February 10, 2016

Frieda Mae (Karel) Stritecky was born March 24, 1929 in a small farmhouse one mile west of Colome, SD. Frieda was the youngest of five children born to Louie and Flora (Bruns) Karel. She spent her childhood living with her parents, a brother, and three sisters on various farms near Colome and Dallas. Frieda attended all eight years of grade school in a one room rural school. Following graduation from Colome High School in 1948, she...

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Ruth Taggart - February 10, 2016

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Deanna Clark - February 8, 2016

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Dorothy Rohde - January 22, 2016

Dorothy Dean O'Bryan Rohde was born April 29, 1930 at the family farm near Mosher, South Dakota to Boyd and Theodoshia (Eastin) O'Bryan where she joined eleven brothers and sisters. She attended rural schools near her home through eighth grade and attended high school at St. Mary's Catholic School in O'Neill, Nebraska where she graduated in 1948. On June 2, 1949 Dorothy was united in marriage to Edward Rohde in Dallas, SD. Dorothy and...

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Walter Johnson - January 21, 2016

Walter Marion Johnson, the fourth of six children, was born on July 11, 1930, to Axel and Alice (Nelson) Johnson on a farm near Winner, SD. Walter attended grade school at a rural school near his home for eight years and for four years attended high school at Colome High School in Colome, SD, graduating in the spring of 1948. While in high school Walter participated in football, basketball, track, and played the cornet in band and was the...

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Louie Bud Karel - January 21, 2016

Louie (Bud) Karel Jr. was born at home on a farm south of Gregory on February 17, 1922 to Louie Sr. and Flora (Bruns) Karel. Bud attended first and second grade at the Carlson School, grades three thru six at the Saathoff School, and Jack School in grades seven and eight. He went to Colome High School and graduated in 1941. He assisted his parents on the family farm during these years. Bud entered National Youth Association Welding School in...

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Albert Cahoy - January 16, 2016

Albert Charles Cahoy was born May 8, 1937 at Lynch Nebraska, the second son of Albert Sr. and Mary (Nedorolik) Cahoy. He was raised on the Cahoy farm north of Fairfax which was originally homesteaded by his grandfather, Joseph Cahoy, before Gregory County was established. He and his family lived in the house that his grandfather had built in 1905. Their farm was recognized as a Century Farm by the State of South Dakota as one of the farms still...

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Vera Adkinson - January 14, 2016

Vera Agnes Donason Adkinson was born January 24, 1918 in Mills, NE the only child of Roy and Ellen (Higgins) Donason. She attended rural grade school and received her eighth grade diploma from the Keya Paha County School District. Vera attended and graduated from St. Mary's Academy in O'Neill, NE in June of 1936. After graduation she attended college and then taught in the Mills School, District #3 and the Burton School, District #64. ...

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Larry Pechota - December 23, 2015

Larry Gene Pechota was born on April 14, 1943 at the Mother of Grace Hospital in Gregory, SD. He was first of three children born to Lloyd and Lois Pechota. Larry grew up on a farm near Colome, SD and attended the Viaduct school for three years. His family then moved to South Beach, Oregon. They returned to the Gregory area where he graduated his senior year in 1961. Larry was united in marriage to Myrna Fetzer on September 2, 1965. ...

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Ginger Shutt - December 12, 2015

Ginger Elaine (Soesbe) Shutt, 71, passed away peacefully at her home in Cheyenne, WY surrounded by her loving family on December 12, 2015. She was born on September 1, 1944 in Gregory, SD to Vernon and Eva (Audiss) Soesbe. She married Jerry David Shutt on August 1, 1961, moved to Cheyenne in 1968, and had four children. Ginger was a devoted and loving mother and grandmother. She also was an avid member of Eastern Star for 36 years. She...

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