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Through her youth, she herded sheep, worked as a housekeeper, candeled eggs on a chicken farm, as a laundress at Ft. Gladys finally ended up working at the home of Tello and Lisa Peterson, where she met Harvey Peterson. They farmed at Opal, in Meade County, living in the sod house on the Harvey Talley ranch.
In 1939, they moved to Sturgis for a short time, then to Faith, then returning to Opal. Gladys said she always wished for a house with a lot of bedrooms, so in 1961 they moved to Faith and purchased the West Hotel. ) They ran the hotel for 20 years and farmed north of Faith.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents and his parents. Send Flowers View Memorial Folder Sign/View Registry William was born November 20, 1941, in Deadwood, SD, to Bessie Lynn and August Conrad Adam. Bill loved his work as an underground miner for Homestake for 10 years. He like reading Westerns, old cars, old movies and driving the back roads of the Black Hills.
After a serious accident in June of 1972, he worked in the warehouse after he recovered from his injuries. William Adam Howard, 76, died Friday, May 18, 2018, at his residence in Spearfish.
Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Calvin Harry Stomprud, 96 of Sturgis, formerly of Mud Butte, was born September 21, 1921, to Ollie and Winnifred (Shryock) Stomprud at Wessington Springs, SD, joining siblings Chester and Elanor.
Gladys is survived by her daughter, Marilynn Aasheim, Kalispell, MT; son, Carl Sr., (Judy) Peterson of Rapid City; daughter-in-law, Phyllis Peterson, Jonesborough, TN; grandchildren, Lois (Terry) Heckman, Loveland, CO, Lester Jr. He has been a member of Local Union #478 of the Union of Operating Engineers since 1949 where he worked as a Crane Operator until retirement. Edward, 89, Box Elder, died Friday, May 18, 2018, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.
(Valarie Jaxson,) Kalispell, Joyce (Darrel) Bosket, Kalispell, Mark Jr. He is survived by son, Al (Denice) Tripp of Fort Collins, CO, and grandchildren, Eddie and Tim Tripp of Woodland Park, CO; son, Dennis Tripp of Gilbert, AZ, and grandchildren, Jeremy and Matthew Tripp of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; son, Ronald (Kandi) Tripp of Wimer, OR, and grandchildren, Erin Tripp of Spring Hill, FL, Jerome (Anita) Tripp of Hesperia, CA, and Matthew Tripp, Kyle Tripp, and Stuart Tripp, all of Wimer, OR; daughter, Kathy Tripp of Box Elder, SD, grandchild, Katie Morin of Rapid City, SD, great-grandchildren, Morgan Morin of Rapid City, and Michael Morin of Box Elder, grandchild, Betsey Morin (Miquel Tobias) of Sturgis and great-grandchildren, Taylor, Isabella, and Peyton Tobias of Sturgis; son, Tim (Peggy O'Leary-Tripp) Tripp of Cedaredge, CO, and grandchild, Bobby Tevis (deceased); sister-in-law, Leslie Tripp of South Windsor, CT; and life-long friend, Alexis Dombrowski of Glastonbury, CT.
He was the husband of Sandi (Droppers) Hayes and they shared 47 years together.
He is survived by his wife, Sandi; his daughter, Danelle Horst; two sons, Shannon (Carissa) and Danny; his grandchildren, Timothy, Ma Kayla, Miranda, Brenton (Kelsey), Collin, Molli, Emma, Mason, Owen, Avery, Kennidi, Kailey, and Makenzie; great-grandchildren, Anna Jo, Payten, and expecting two more this fall; siblings, Gloria, Barb (Oscar), and Jerry (Minnie); and several nieces and nephews. Friday, May 25, at Believers Fellowship Church in Sturgis. Saturday, May 26, 2018, at Believers Fellowship Church in Sturgis with Pastor John Williamson officiating. They lived in Spearfish Canyon and later moved to Spearfish.
They had four children, Lois Luverne Peterson, Mark Le Roy Peterson, Sr., Marilynn Joyce Peterson Aasheim, and Carl Harvey Peterson, Sr. As babysitting was not the norm, the children were always taken to the dances. When it became late the children were put on the benches, and slept covered with coats.