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Stickney – Roger Lee Crago, 80, went to his heavenly home Tuesday, January 11 at his home in Stickney. Funeral service will be Saturday, January 15 at 2:00 pm at the United Methodist Church in Stickney. Visitation will be Friday, January 14 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm with a 6:30 pm prayer service at the United Methodist Church in Stickney. Arrangements by Koehn Bros. Funeral Home in Stickney. Roger was born December 18, 1941 to Lyle and Adeline (Schnabel) Crago at the family’s farm, which is now the New Holland Post Office, in Douglas County, SD. He grew up on the farm and attended Baker #41 country school near Mt. Vernon and Armour High School through the 11th grade. He was united in marriage to Sharon K. Tolsma on July 10, 1967 at Aurora Reformed Church in Aurora Center. He worked for various farmers and drove truck for Spaans Trucking and Punt Trucking. He was inducted into the United States Army on March 8, 1967. He had basic training and EIT at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. After EIT, he was transferred to Sacto Army Depot in Sacramento, CA where he was a stock clerk. He was sent TDY to Ft. Knox, KY for 6 months where he was involved with the testing of some equipment to be used in Vietnam. He was honorably discharged on March 7, 1969 and moved to Stickney. He worked as a foreman for Reynold Construction in Sioux Falls until 1982 when he, Sharon and the girls moved to Deadwood. He worked for Lien Construction for several years before working for Wharf Resources, an open pit gold mine near Lead. He worked there until he was injured in a fall in August of 1997. Roger was a member of the Deadwood Fire Department, a 50 year member of the American Legion and was a member of several car clubs. He enjoyed showing his cars and tractor pulling with his 300 International that he bought from Adrian DeWaard and restored himself. Grateful for having shared his life are his wife, Sharon of Stickney; 2 daughters: Kimberly K Cotton (special friend Jeremy Wozny) of Lincoln, NE and Heather Jo (Craig) Hall of Phoenix, AZ; 6 grandchildren: Rylan Cotton, Haylee Cotton, Trevor Cotton, Skylar Swanson, Cade Hall and Carson Hall; and 9 siblings: Marjorie Crago of Tucson, AZ; Keith Crago of Mitchell; Elaine (Russel) Skinner of Rapid City; Jerald (Nickie) Crago of West Bend, WI; Lyle Jr (Sherri) Crago of Rochester, MN; Doug (Lori) Crago of Mitchell; Dennis (Janice) Crago of Stickney; Leslie (Arla) Crago of Stickney; and Nancy Crago of Mitchell. He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Shirley Mae Crago; and a sister-in-law, Vi Crago.

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Kyra Joy Talbot (Hearsey) Crago 94, of Spearfish, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, at Garden Hills Assisted Living in Spearfish.

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Mass of Christian Burial for John Johner will be held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, January 18, 2022 at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church with Father Cliff Jacobson officiating; interment will be at 3:00 p.m., at Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, SD. Visitation will take place from 4:00 p.m. to …

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There will be a celebration of life for Juli A. Hancock. Juli was born July 2, 1965, and passed on Dec. 16, 2021. The celebration will be from 5-9 p.m. on Jan. 14 at the Spearfish Snapper’s Club located at 416 S. Canyon St. Her friends and loved ones are invited to join her family to celebra…

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On Jan. 6, 2022, our sweet, loving Mama took her last breath on this earth and her first breath of heaven, meeting her Savior face to face. She passed away peacefully in her ranch home, surrounded by her children.

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Jo Nugent, 93, Spearfish, passed away peacefully on Monday, Dec. 27, 2021, at Monument Hospice House in Rapid City.             

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Robert D Anderson (Bob) was born to Roy and Irene Anderson in Owen, Wisconsin, on October 11, 1931, the 5th of 9 children. Life was hard in the 30’s and Bob helped support his family by scrounging for metal, hunting rabbits, and chopping wood for heat. Through some hard times God shaped Bob to be a patient, gentle soul, and a very loving husband, father and grandpa. Bob learned many great life skills by working with his father. As a result, he became an excellent painter, and a good carpenter. His father paid for him to attend Northwestern Bible School in Minneapolis while Billy Graham was the president. In Minneapolis, Bob also worked on the rail road. He spent time courting Janet (Stuve), the love of his life since the age of 8. He told his mom he was going to marry that girl one day. They were married in Iowa on November 16, 1951. They moved to Sturgis, SD, in 1954 where Bob became a journeyman painter at Ft. Meade. At the time of his retirement, 33 years later, he was the supervisor of the paint and carpenter shop. Bob enjoyed working hard but also loved to hunt, fish, and camp with his family. The next chapter of Bob’s life was to do missionary work with RVICS (Roving Volunteers in Christ’s Service). Bob’s father had taken carloads of youth to “World Missions Night” at St. Paul Bible Institute in the 1940’s where both Bob and Janet vowed to do missionary work. In 1994 they joined RVICS working at various Christian Ministries over a span of 20 years. In all they completed 87 missions’ projects in 18 states. Bob’s first love was his savior Jesus Christ, he would tell you that “No one ever cared for me like Jesus”. Of course, Janet was his lovely wife and his kindness toward her over 70 years of marriage is a beautiful love story. Bob and Janet had 6 children: Vicki (Ronald) Owen, Richard (Linda) Anderson, Pam (Dallas) Heltibridle, Paul (Trish) Anderson, Jonathan (Barbara) Anderson, Jeremy (Connie) Anderson. Bob loved and prayed consistently for his 29 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. He is also survived by one sister, Ethel (Jerry) Ruggles and one brother, Darrel (Joanne) Anderson. Bob passed away Saturday January 1, 2022 at home with his family by his side. He was preceded in death by his Father and Mother, 2 sisters, 4 brothers, his son in law, Dallas Heltibridle; grandson, Ronald Owen Jr; granddaughter, Sarah Dawn Oakley, and great grandson, Otto Hamblen. Funeral services will be held Friday, January 7, 2022 at 10 a.m. at Lifespring Wesleyan Church, 2105 W. Lazelle St, Sturgis SD (Former Shopko building). A public interment will be at Bear Butte Cemetery immediately after the funeral. Memorial gifts will be given to Lifespring Wesleyan Church. Condolences may be sent to www.kinkadefunerals.com.

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Kay Frances Williams, 84, of Belle Fourche died December 26, 2021 at Monument Health Spearfish Hospital.

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Stephanie Rae Rada was a loving mother, sister, and friend.  She passed away peacefully on December 14, 2021 at age 71 at Evergreen Community in Olathe, KS.   Huntington’s Disease battled Stephanie since 2009 and never succeeded in conquering her spirit, only her body. She was born in Canova, SD to Sherman and Blanche Torgerson on June 2, 1950.  After graduating from Deadwood High School in 1968, Stephanie pursued her passion for travel working notably for Disney World, Eastern Airlines, and other travel businesses during her lifetime.  Stephanie married Mark Rada in 1983. She is survived by her three children, Nicholas, Natalie, and Vincent and her former spouse Mark.  The family will hold a private service and a public celebration of life to follow in the springtime when a park befitting Stephanie can be properly enjoyed.

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LaEtta, 96, went to be with her Lord and Savior on November 30, 2021. She is survived by her children; Jo Dickert-Brackett, Deidra Larson, Donald (Lynn) Heltibridle, daughter-in-law, Pam Heltibridle, Marie Middlebrook, Sulaine Pedersen, and Paula Jones; a sister, Sarah Buettner and multiple grand and great-grandchildren. She was proceeded in death by her husband of 50 years, Donald Heltibridle; son, Dallas Heltibridle; and husband, Thomas Gerber. A memorial will be 11:00 a.m. on January 14, 2022, at the LifeSpring Wesleyan Church in Sturgis, SD, to celebrate this amazing woman. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.kinkadefunerals.com.

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Joseph “Joe” Dvorak, 95, peacefully passed away on Saturday, Dec. 25, 2021. He was born to Joseph J. Dvorak and Kristine (Jessen) Dvorak in Redfield, S.D., the oldest of six children. Joe married Jean Backer on June 11, 1950.

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John Albert Troyer of Spearfish, died Dec. 13, 2021, at Ft. Meade VA Hospital in Ft Meade, South Dakota after a brief illness. A gentle spirit has gone to dance in heaven with his beloved, Annie. He was born on Oct. 7, 1930, to Anton and Caroline (Johnson) Troyer in Whitewood. During his you…

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Ardella Hunke, 83, of Spearfish died Saturday, Dec. 18, 2021, in Spearfish. Private family inurnment will be at a later date.

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Gwendolyn Arden (Shoun) (Maney) Ehlers was born Aug. 14, 1939, to Orville Garfield Shoun and Ethel Leona Moreland, the oldest of 11 siblings.

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Robert A. Haag, 78, passed away at his home in Spearfish, with family, on Dec 5, 2021.

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Robert Schneider was born on the family farm outside of Hebron, N.D., in 1936, the third youngest of 15 children of Gottlieb and Eva (Sayler) Schneider. Robert (Bob) worked at a bus depot in food service to earn money to attend barber college in Fargo for two summers starting after his sopho…

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Ron Carlson, affectionately known as Ernie, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021, during a hiking accident near Kinkaid Park, near Anchorage, Alaska.

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Gwenn Vallery, 92, of Nisland, died Saturday, Dec. 18, 2021, at the Monument Health Spearfish Hospital.

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On Friday, December 10, 2021 Kimmie Dee Ridley passed away in her home, on the ranch,  near St. Onge, South Dakota. Kimmie was born in Denver, Colorado on July 24, 1953 to Darrell and Bonnie Bell. Nicknamed “Jingle” by her father, she grew up on the family ranch in Douglas County  Colorado. Educated in the Douglas County school system she then continued on to pursue an  education degree from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado. In 1979 she met the love of her life, Andy Ridley. This changed the direction of her life  dramatically and she made a home with Andy on his family’s ranch. Andy and Kim were in the  cattle business until his death in 2012. Kim continued managing the property until her death. Kim was a loving wife and homemaker. She would help on the ranch with the daily  work, taking care of the cattle and doing various other chores. She loved to ride horses and  especially liked helping with the jobs that were done on horseback. She participated in the  sport of rodeo all of her life. When she was done competing she became a certified PRCA  Timer, timing at many of the local rodeos, bull riding and bronc riding events. Her passion for gardening and crafting was quite evident by the way she kept her yard  and home. After Andy’s passing in 2012 she committed herself to the maintenance and  restoration of the home and large barn built by Andy’s great-grandfather. Kim was a good  steward of the land she had been entrusted with. Kimmie was a believer and follower of Jesus. She loved her church, enjoyed bible study  and serving at various activities and church suppers. She greatly enjoyed singing and  fellowship with the choir. Family members will remember how much she enjoyed singing carols  on Christmas Eve.    Kimmie was preceded in death by her father, Darrell; father-in-law, Bat Ridley, and her beloved husband, Andy. She is survived by her mother, Bonnie; brothers Cap (Linda) Bell, Ken (Debbie) Bell, and John (Patty) Bell; several cousins, nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. She is also survived by mother-in-law Rosie Ridley and sister-in-law Wanda Ridley. There will be a visitation at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis from 5 - 8 p.m. Friday, December 17th. A celebration of life will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 920 Fillmore St. Whitewood, South Dakota at 1:00 p.m., December 18, 2021, following a private family interment. You may view a livestream of the service at www.immanuellutheranwhitewoodsd.com and clicking on the red button that says “click to watch our worship service”. There will be a reception, at the church, following the service from 2 - 5 pm. Memorials may be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church or the Little Dane Church, c/o Kinkade Funeral Chapel, 1235 Junction Ave., Sturgis, South Dakota 57785.

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Kelly Kornemann, 64, of Rozet, Wyo., passed away Dec. 8, 2021. He was born Nov. 29, 1957, and became an accomplished horseman, horse-shoer and craftsman with enthusiasm for fly fishing. His crafting of custom fly rods, building of useful unique flies, and getting out on the river to fish wit…

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Lorene Faye Klumb, 66, of Spearfish, passed away after a courageous battle with Covid-19 on Monday, Dec. 6, 2021, at Monument Health Hospital in Rapid City.

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Ralph Lloyd Greslin, 78, of Piedmont, SD, passed away on December 7, 2021, in Rapid City, SD. Ralph was born on April 4, 1943, in Deadwood, SD to Fred and Diana (Faye) Greslin. He was the second of six children with two brothers and three sisters. He attended grade school at St. Patrick’s in Lead through sixth grade, moving then to Deadwood High School from grades 7-12. He graduated from Deadwood High School in 1961. Growing up in the Maitland area, Ralph loved spending time with his siblings exploring the abandoned mine sites and gaining a love for being outdoors, a passion he held throughout the rest of his life. During his high school years, he spent much of his time as an attendant at his father’s service stations in Lead and Central City, a time that ignited a lifelong love of automobiles, mechanics, and machinery of any kind. After high school, he got a job with the US Forest Service. One experience he was particularly proud of was working as part of the Missoula Smoke Jumpers in Montana as a parachuting firefighter to wildland fires in the Northwest. When he returned to Deadwood, he worked in logging operations in the Black Hills National Forest and joined the South Dakota National Guard in 1965 where he served for six years. Ralph married Carleen Kittelman on August 11, 1967, after which the couple moved to Watertown where he attended Lake Area Vocational School in 1968 to study architectural drafting. This led him into a career in construction, beginning with a position as a draftsman for Knecht Lumber Company in Rapid City and then on to start his own construction business in 1973. He remained in the field as a general contractor until his retirement in 2012. Ralph is survived by his wife of 54 years, Carleen Greslin of Piedmont, SD; son Eric (Erika) of Deerwood, MN; daughter Connie (Jeremy) Anderson of Sturgis, SD; son Lonnie (Cecilia) of Vicenza, Italy; son Michael (Jenny) of Spearfish, SD; brother Ken (Della) of Broadus, Montana; sister Julie (Bill) Wilson of Sturgis, SD; brother Don (Judy) of Sturgis, SD; sister Rita of Sturgis, SD; sister Tina (Keith) Lavender of Sturgis, SD; twelve grandchildren and two great grandchildren as well as several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Ralph was preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Diana Greslin. A Celebration of Life in memory of Ralph will be held on January 8, 2022, at 1:00 pm at LifeSpring Wesleyan Church (2105 W Lazelle St, Sturgis, SD 57785). A lunch reception will follow. In lieu of flowers, the family requests any donations made in Ralph’s honor go towards continued work at LifeSpring Wesleyan Church of Sturgis or to furthering values-based education at Prism North America where two of his grandkids attend school (2855 E Joyce Blvd, Fayetteville, AR 72703).

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Bonnie L. (Miles) Deibert, 92, of Spearfish, passed peacefully into the arms of her Lord and Saviour on Thursday evening, Dec. 9, 2021, at Rolling Hills Healthcare in Belle Fourche.

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Funeral Service for Susan Trancynger will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, Dec. 17, 2021, at Gillette Memorial Chapel with Father Cliff Jacobson officiating; interment to follow at Mt. Pisgah Cemetery. On Dec. 8 2021, Susan Trancynger lost her long battle with Lupus. Her life journey started on J…

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Irene H. Spracklin, 84, of Belle Fourche, died Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021, at the Monument Health Spearfish Hospital.

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Nancy Louise Berke-Hutchison passed away on Dec. 1, 2021 in Pierre, SD. She was born Aug. 3, 1955, to Donald and Marjorie Berke. She was the eldest of five siblings and grew up in Vermilion, SD. There, at the University of South Dakota, she met Terry, her husband for nearly 46 years. They li…

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Bernice Virginia Capp, 103, of Spearfish, passed into the arms of her loving Savior on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021, at Spearfish Canyon Healthcare.

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Robert Alan Haag, 78, of Spearfish, passed away at his home in Spearfish on Sunday, Dec. 5, 2021. Fidler-Isburg Funeral Chapels of Spearfish are handling arrangements.

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Luena Lent, 87, of Spearfish, passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021, in Spearfish.

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James D “Jim” LeMar passed away on Friday December 3, 2021. A memorial service will be 12:00pm Tuesday, December 14 at Calvary Lutheran Church, with Rev. Becky Piper officiating. Burial will be in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Spearfish following a light luncheon. Online Condolences can be left at www.osheimschmidt.com Jim was born July 2, 1940, in Deadwood, SD to Everett Duane and Mary Marie (Jones) LeMar. Jim was a member of the Deadwood Elks Lodge #508, Rapid City Rotary Club, Rapid City and was a life member of the NRA. Jim is survived by his sisters; Jennifer Evette Rice, Yulee FL and Margaret Glenette Mahan, Woodville, MS, 5 nieces and nephews. Jim was preceded in death by his wife of 29 years Bonnie in 1999, his sister Mary Wesette Rushton, Peosta IA, and both of his parents prior to that.

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Waneta M. Kyte, 71, of Spearfish died Dec. 5, 2021, at Monument Health in Spearfish.

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Mass of Christian Burial will be 1 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, De Smet, S.D. Father Richard Baumberger will be the celebrant.

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Nino Garduna Jr, 70, of Belle Fourche, passed away Nov 30, 2021 in Houston, Texas. He was born Jan. 30, 1951, to Bernadino (Nino) and Oralia (Arlene) Garduna of Belle Fourche. Nino had three children which he raised in Belle Fourche.

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A Celebration of Life for Marilyn (Hendrickson) Weishaar, 79, Aberdeen, will be held at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021, at North Highland United Methodist Church in Aberdeen, SD. Due to the pandemic, no meal will be served, but refreshments and treats will be available. Marilyn died Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, in Rochester, MN, with her daughter at her side. Born in Lead, SD, to Edward and Helen Hendrickson, Marilyn grew up in the Black Hills. After graduating from Lead High School, she traded the Hills for the flatter lands of what was then South Dakota State College in Brookings and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in 1964. She worked at the Aberdeen American News as a reporter, editorialist and copy editor for more than 35 years, earning state and national awards for her work. While probably most well known as the lifestyle editor, she also helped create a farm news page, which later evolved into the Farm Forum. Marilyn met Leland (“Lee”) Weishaar at the newspaper; they married June 22, 1968. In their free time they enjoyed gardening, making rhubarb wine, going to car shows and taking road trips across the U.S. with their daughter Brenda. When Marilyn retired in 2001, she didn’t relinquish her red pen. She launched an editing service, The Weis Revise, to enhance others’ writings with sometimes tough but always encouraging advice. A witty, driven, generous and kind-hearted soul, Marilyn loved to read, travel, support the arts and cheer for the SDSU Jackrabbits, Minnesota Twins, LA Rams and Detroit Lions. She also enjoyed decorating her home for many holidays and providing her daughter with unsolicited weather reports for South Dakota and anywhere else that piqued her interest. Grateful for having shared Marilyn’s life are her daughter Brenda Weishaar, Aberdeen; stepsister Jennifer (Cecil) Luttrell, Las Vegas; sister-in-law Marion Weishaar, San Antonio; brother-in-law Lester (Linda) Weishaar, Rapid City; and numerous beloved nieces, nephews, and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Lee, brother Donald Hendrickson, brother-in-law Loren Weishaar, her parents Edward and Helen, and her stepfather Art Lomheim. In lieu of flowers, please send memorials to Aberdeen Community Theatre. www.spitzerfuneralhome.com

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Ruth Elaine (Nielson) Perry, best known as Elaine, 83, of Spearfish, died Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021, at her home with her husband, Howard, and her two daughters, Cathy and Sharon, by her side.

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Laura Lee Shuck, 91, passed on November 30, 2021, at her home in Sturgis surrounded by her family. One of seven siblings, she was born on a small farm in southeast Nebraska to Sherman Steele and Dora Eppens. At the age of 16, she was adopted by Walter and Ruth Hawkinson and moved to Omaha, NE. At that point she lost contact with all of her birth family until open records legislation was passed more than 40 years later. In Omaha she graduated from Benson High School and was a student at the University of Nebraska for two years. While a student, she met Richard Arlon Shuck and they wed there in 1957. Subsequently the couple relocated to the Black Hills and reared three sons. A loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Laura’s “career” was her family. She was immensely proud of each one and gifted her family with bountiful love and a wealth of beautiful memories. Laura was predeceased by her husband, Richard; her adoptive parents; her siblings, Irene Welling, Jim Steele, John Hills, Jack Wright, and Grace Gould. Her brother, Richard Steele (Jan) still resides in Bellingham, WA. Laura is survived by her three children; David (Irina) Shuck and their children Jason Shuck, Kyle (Michaela) Shuck and great-grandchildren Jordy and Aurelia of Billings, MT; Steve (Denise) Shuck and daughter Jordana of Sturgis; Mark (Elaine) Shuck and children, Andie (Ben) Crowe and Illianna (Luke) Altstiel of Sturgis. Memorial services will be held Saturday, December 4, 2021, 1:00 p.m., Trinity United Methodist Church, Lead, SD. Inurnment with be at the Black Hills National Cemetery at a later date. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.kinkadefunerals.com.

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Lavina, 104, died Oct. 8, 2021, at Sandstone Assisted Living. She was born in Newell, served 3 years US Navy (WAVES) during WWII, and 29 years with Navy Relief Society. In 1954, she married Charles Roske. She resided in California until moving to Spearfish in 2018. Survivors include stepson David Roske, nephew John and Marlene Wilson, niece Charlotte Wilson, and many second cousins. Full obituary available on Kinkade Funeral Chapel website. Inurnment with military honors 1:00 pm Dec. 6, 2021, Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis SD.

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Bruce A. Hubbard, 71, of Sturgis, South Dakota, died November 25, 2021. Bruce was born April 28, 1950, in Watertown, SD, to Ralph and Mary (Shelton) Hubbard. After graduating from Watertown High School in 1968, he attended the University of Arizona in Tucson where he was on the debate team. He graduated in 1972, with a bachelor’s degree in government. Bruce earned a law degree from the University of South Dakota Law School, Vermillion, in 1975. He was then selected to clerk for the chief justice of the South Dakota Supreme Court, where he worked for a year. Bruce moved to Sturgis in 1976, to practice as an associate attorney with Morrill and Hansen Law Firm. One year later he became a full partner, and the firm was renamed Hansen and Hubbard Law Firm. His areas of practice included civil and criminal litigation, probate and estate planning, family law, real estate and contracts, and appeals. He retired from the law firm in 2012. Bruce was a member of the Meade School Board from 1980-83, serving as president his last year. He was a member of the Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors, and was president of the Black Hills Motor Classic Board from 1989-91, presiding over the 50th motorcycle rally. He was Meade School District school board attorney for more than 30 years, and also served as Whitewood City attorney. His community involvement also included serving as a board member for several organizations, including the Northern Hills Alcohol and Drug Services/Compass Point, Badlands Head Start, Old Fort Meade Museum, Northern Hills CASA, and Sturgis Lifecare Foundation. For the past 14 years, Bruce’s passion and purpose in life had been serving as the defense attorney for the Northern Hills Drug Court. He firmly believed that individuals fighting drug addiction should be treated rather than incarcerated, and that Drug Court could help turn their lives around and enable them to be productive citizens. Bruce, aka the Beatles fanatic, is survived by his wife Kris of Sturgis; daughter Brittony (Steve) Maag, Las Vegas, NV; sister Jean (Craig) Evans, Powell, WY; brother Bob (Jo) Hubbard, Lincoln, NE, and their children Steve and Jane, New York City, Scott and Helen, Wichita, KS, Chris and Gail, Omaha, NE, and Susan and Chris Chaney, Olathe, KS; brother-in-law Patrick (Nancy) Lyons, Brookings, SD, and their children Mandy and Bill deBlonk, Brookings, and Meghan and Joji Calabro, Prairie Village, KS; sister-in-law Frani (Kevin) Pilgrim, Gravette, AR, and their children Delaney Willard and Thomas Phalen. A memorial gathering will be held at a later date. Condolences may be sent to www.kinkadefunerals.com.

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Noah Hunter Bruner passed away Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. His parents are Dr. Matthew and Deidra Bruner of Scottsbluff. He has four siblings; Jocelyn, James, Josiah and Nyah.

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Matthew Raymond Bruner, OB/GYN and Chief Medical Officer at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff, Neb., died on Nov. 21, 2021. Matthew and his wife, Deidra, had five children; Jocelyn, Noah, James, Josiah, and Nyah.

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Duane Ewalt, 75, of Alzada, Montana, died Monday, Nov. 22, 2021, at the Monument Health Rapid City Hospital.

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Cynthia Marie McCormick passed away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday November 24, 2021 after her courageous battle with ovarian cancer at the age of 63.

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Doris C. Barker, 92, of Belle Fourche died Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021, at her family home.