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Lenard Boyer - June 25, 2015

Lenard Dean Boyer was born in Armour, SD on January 10, 2001 to Kelly D. Boyer and Melissa L. Hart. Lenard spent his younger years in the care of his grandmother Arlene Songer whom he loved very much. Due to trying times and the loss of his grandma, Lenard went to live with his Aunt Desiree and Uncle Leonard Boyer. He was one of the sweetest, loving, caring, and generous young men you would ever have the chance to meet. Lenard would never...

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Sheila Hembree - June 17, 2015

Sheila Ann (Frink) Hembree was born April 12, 1942 the daughter of Larry and Mabel (Harrington) Frink. She had three brothers—Larry, Bruce and Michael. Sheila grew up mostly in Greene, NY but also spent time in Chicago. She attended school in New York and enjoyed being in the jazz band. She married Bernard Nelsen in the 60's and to this union two daughters were born, Kathy and Patricia. Sheila moved around a lot and did a variety of...

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Mike Neitzel - June 15, 2015

Michael Duane Neitzel, 59, of Gregory, SD, passed away peacefully in his sleep on June 15, 2015. Michael was born in Aberdeen, SD, on October 21, 1955 to the late Burton and Bernice Neitzel. Michael was married to Anita (Woods) Neitzel on July 17, 1982, in Sioux Center, IA, where the family resided until 1989. As a young man, Mike left home to start working and was an over-the-road trucker for about 10 years, seeing all but 3 of the 50 US...

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Edward Kahler - June 11, 2015

Edward R. Kahler was born February 1, 1926 to Jake and Mollie (Neuharth) Kahler on a farm south of Burke, SD. After grade school, he attended Burke High School. On June 11, 1939 Ed was confirmed at the Carlock Lutheran Church. His sister and his future wife Louise were in his confirmation class. In 1944 Ed joined the Army and was sent to the Philippine Islands. He was with the 31st Infantry Division in the mountains of...

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Delbert Ritter - June 9, 2015

Delbert Lee Ritter was born June 29, 1947 in Gregory SD, to Hilda Ann (Sexton) and Eugene Patrick Ritter. Delbert had four sisters, Patricia, Mary, Nancy, and Ellen, and two brothers James and Raymond. Growing up, Delbert enjoyed working with horses, fishing and hunting. Delbert spent his entire life working hard to provide for his family, as well as helping anyone in need. He worked on the farm with his step-father Hugh Hannett in Iona, SD....

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Claris Claus - June 2, 2015

Claris Claus was born on August 19, 1931 to Wilhelm (Bill) and Bessie (Totton) Claus. Claris grew up on the family farm north of Lucas, SD and attended East Gray School near his home. Claris entered the Army in September of 1952 and served in the Korean War as a Private First Class. He received the following medals for his service: two Bronze Service Stars, United Nations Service Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, Good Conduct Medal, and Republic...

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Mary Grubbs Graesser - May 27, 2015

Mary Adeline (Novotny) Grubbs Graesser was born January 6, 1030 near Winner, SD to Albert and Josephine (Rehak) Novotny. She was the fourth of eleven children. Mary was united in marriage to George Grubbs on September 21, 1948. From this union they had six children, Vickie, Terry, Dan, George Jr., Linda, and Starla. They operated the Gregory Airport and had an aerial spraying business for many years. Mary worked as a bookkeeper for the...

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Stanley Jacobsen - May 27, 2015

Stanley Alan Jacobsen was born November 2, 1951 in Burke, SD to Donald and Betty (Bouslaugh) Jacobsen, the third of seven children. Stan grew up on a farm south of Dallas and went to a one room country school. After starting high school, he went from one classmate to seventy and quickly made friends with many of them. In high school some of his achievements were student body president, playing football, and wrestling. Stan was married to...

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James Bolton - May 22, 2015

James Eugene Bolton was born March 31, 1924, at his grandmother's house on a farm near Hamill, SD to Clover (Milton) and Louis Bolton. Jim was the oldest son in the family and his brother, Donald, is the youngest. They had older twin sisters who died shortly after birth. Jim attended Winner High School where he graduated on May 20, 1943. On June 2 of that year, he entered active service in the United States Army. He served as a gunner at...

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