Aug. 4, 1941 - Feb. 10, 2019
Mary Anne Krumholz, 77, Edgemont SD passed away Sunday, February 10, 2019 with her daughter by her side at Regional Health Home Plus Hospice in Rapid City. She graduated Provo High School in Igloo in 1959, then went to work for the Civil Service in Igloo, Alaska and Florida.
Mary Anne was a woman of unwavering faith and was very active in the St. James Catholic Parish serving on the altar society, singing in the choir, teaching Sunday school and later becoming a Eucharistic Minister serving the community of Edgemont, SD. She was a quiet and loving person that took great pleasure in gardening, serving her church, working with the American Legion and helping feed the Edgemont Volunteer Fire Fighters as they fought many large area fires over the years.
Mary Anne married Richard Krumholz on December 10, 1970 and together they raised their two daughters Theresa and Anne Marie.
Mary Anne is survived by her daughter Anne Marie (Krumholz) Hughes of Fort Worth, TX. Her grandchildren Matthew Franck of Rapid City, SD, Megan Franck of Longview, TX, Nikita (Alex) Vila of Red Oak, TX and Vivian Hedglin of Longview, TX; her two great-grandchildren Sophie and Salem Vila of Red Oak, TX; her brother Daniel (Ruth) Schmaltz of Rushville, NE and two sisters, Lena Knoll of Pine City, MN and Barbara (Samuel) Bigbie of Live Oak, FL.
Mary Anne was preceded in death by her daughter Theresa (Krumholz) Hedglin, her husband Richard Krumholz, her parents Balzer and Magdelena Schmaltz, brothers Raymond Schmaltz, Joseph Schmaltz, sisters Marcella Schmaltz, and Angeline (Schmaltz) Smith.
Her family would like to thank the staff of Hospice in the Hills for their wonderful care and compassion they showed her in her final days.
In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been set up to honor Mary Anne Krumholz life. Please send to Anne Marie Hughes, 5412 Royal Birkdale Drive, Ft. Worth, TX 76135
Oct. 29, 1947 - Feb. 15, 2019
Steve Olson age 71 of New Boston, Texas passed away Friday, February 15, 2019 at his residence. Mr. Olson was born October 29, 1947 in Hot Springs, South Dakota. He was a retired welding leader at Red River Army Depot and was of the Luthern faith. He was preceded in death by one brother Harley Olson.
Survivors include two sons and one daughter in law Shannon Olson, Chris and Nicki Olson all of New Boston, Texas, one daughter Shelly Smith, one sister and brother in law, Sharon and Charles Weatherford of Hooks, Texas, six grandchildren, one great grandchild and numerous other friends and relatives.
Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Monday, February 18, 2019 at Bates Rolf Chapel with Bro. Steve Minter officiating. Interment will be in Ringwood Cemetery, New Boston under the direction of Bates Rolf Funeral Home, New Boston, Texas. Visitation will be Monday, February 18, 2019 from 1:00 P.M. until 2:00 P.M., prior to service at the Funeral Home.
Online registration may be made at www.batesrolffuneralhome.com.
March 17, 1941 - Feb. 27, 2019
Cedric "Sid" M. Goodman, Sr., was born March 17, 1941, at Fort Yates, ND, to Daniel V. Goodman, Sr., and Sophia Long Bull-Goodman. Sid, as most friends knew him, made the pilgrimage to Igloo Army Depot with his parents, his aunt, Sarah Long Bull, and three older brothers (Vincent, Dan Jr., and Herb) where his father served as a Law Enforcement Officer. Sid graduated from Provo High School in 1959, where he had an incredible high school basketball career, alongside his brothers, Dan and Herb. Together they helped Provo High School to numerous successful seasons. He furthered his education by attending Black Hills State University and Oglala Sioux Tribal College.
Cedric married Leola Black Horse on September 5, 1969, and this year they would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. After relocating to Pine Ridge, SD, in 1973, he served in various public servant positions within the exterior boundaries of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Although not a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, Cedric made Pine Ridge home and became a supporter of the Pine Ridge Thorpes.
Cedric, 77, passed away on February 27, 2019, at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Fort Meade, SD. Cedric "Sid" is survived by his wife, Leola, of Pine Ridge; daughters, Marie (Susan) and Danielle Goodman, of Pine Ridge, and Charlene (Nick) of Denby; and son, Cedric, Jr., of Pine Ridge. He was a proud papa of numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and a great-great-grandchild.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Daniel and Sophia; brothers, Vincent, Dan, and Herb; niece, Mary; nephews, Sonny and Jon; and one grandchild.
Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 6, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis.
Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, March 7, 2019, at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Rapid City with Father Hal Wiedman officiating. Burial will follow at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis.
Oct. 23, 1938 - March 2, 2019
Karen Martha McCleery, 80, of Hot Springs, passed away March 2, 2019, at Regional Health Home Plus Hospice House in Rapid City.
Karen was born October 23, 1938, to John and Marion (Pomeroy) Britton in Rapid City. She was raised in Igloo, and graduated from Provo High school in 1957. On July 3, 1961, she married Forrest McCleery. Together they had three children, two daughters and one son. During their 43 years of marriage they moved many times, living in South Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri, California and Wyoming. Karen and Forrest owned and operated a convenience store, "Three Forks", seven miles from Mt Rushmore. She loved to visit with the local customers and tourists from all over the world.
Karen was a member of the Southern Hills Evangelical Free Church. She loved to volunteer, serving the Meals on Wheels program and the Senior Center. She was elected as Vice President of the Hot Springs Senior Center for some time. She received the South Dakota Volunteer of the year award.
Karen loved to go on adventures with her best friend Phyllis Muhm. Together they explored nearly every cemetery within a 100-mile radius of Hot Springs. She especially enjoyed their frequent ice cream "runs". She loved to play bingo. She was an avid gardener and had a huge garden for many years.
Karen is survived by son, Patrick (Joy) McCleery of Pine Bluffs, Wyo.; daughter, Billie Jo (Jim) Tomlinson of Jeffersonville, Ind.; brother, John (Richard) Britton of Hot Springs; grandchildren, Chris; Kelly; J.R.; Alicia; Ryan; Tyler; Christine; Michael; Logan; Isabel; great grandchildren, Cody; Emily; Bella; Jayden; Anna; Jessy; Forrest, Mia; sisters in law; Dorothy McCleery of Manteca, Cali.; and Doris (Richard) Heesch of Kingman, Ariz.
Preceding Karen in death were husband, Forrest McCleery; daughter, Christine; parents; brothers, Robert; Jesse; Edward; and Charles; sisters, Mary and Joanne.
Memorial services were held on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at Southern Hills Evangelical Free Church in Hot Springs, with Ted Moeller officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to Regional Health Home Plus Hospice House, 244 Elk St., Rapid City, SD 57701.
Arrangements were placed in the care of Chamberlain McColley's Funeral Home in Hot Springs.
Nov. 23, 1941 - Apr. 3, 2019
Etta M. Pascoe, 77, of Highmore, passed away Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at the Good Samaritan Society in Miller.
Funeral Mass was held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, April 6, 2019 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Highmore with Father Paul Josten, celebrant. Burial will be at St. Mary's Cemetery, Highmore. Visitation began at 6:00 p.m., Friday, April 5, 2019 with a time of sharing at 7:00 p.m. at Luze Funeral Home, Highmore.
Etta Mae was born November 23, 1941 to Arleigh and Dorothy (Lei) Farrell in Spearfish, South Dakota. She graduated from High School at Igloo, South Dakota. On May 6, 1961, she married Alfred Pascoe and to this union, three children were born: Rebecca, Lavonda, and Timothy.
Growing up she enjoyed family outings in the Black Hills, hunting and fishing with her husband and children, cooking, and crafting. She loved John Wayne movies and old country music. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Altar Society, and the Hyde County Food Pantry. Her great accomplishment was her marriage of 49 years to Alfred and her children. In 2017, Etta was able to take a once in a lifetime cruise with her siblings. It's an experience she was grateful for!
Her memory will be cherished by her children: Rebecca (Kenny) Lyons of Onida, Timothy Pascoe of Highmore, and Lavonda (Mike) Uhrig of Bristol; grandchildren: Leigh, Derek, Sharon, Shannon, Kari, and Erin; great grandchildren: Frankie, Kadi, Henri, Vonni, Yaneth, Sophia, and Meydin, Roger, Sauny, and McKinley; brothers and sisters: Thomas (Carolyn) Farrell, Linda (Steve) Ford, Anthony (Nancy) Farrell, Christopher Farrell, John (Robin) Farrell, Aloma (Richard) Cole, Rita (Robert) Sharp, Arlie Farrell, Jerry (Janice) Farrell, and Charles Farrell; one uncle, Richard Smith; one aunt, Marjorie Lyons; and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and husband, Alfred in 2010.
Luze Funeral Home of Highmore has been entrusted with Etta's arrangements
Aug. 13, 1945 - April 15, 2019
Victoria Jane Maynard passed from this life at her home in Kingman, Arizona surrounded by her loving family, April 15, 2019 after a brief illness. Her passion for flowers showed in her well-tended garden, with roses being her favorite. At the time of her passing she was employed at home Depot. She was a hard-working woman and loved her job.
Jane was born in Lead, South Dakota on V.J. Day, August 13, 1945. Jane married Frederick Maynard in 1992. She is survived by her husband, two daughters; Deena (Erik) and Dawn (J.D.), two brothers; Tom and Joe, and one sister; Gloria. Also surviving are 16 grandchildren, and 29 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, four brother, and two sisters.
She will be missed by a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. She had lived in South Dakota, Wyoming, Alaska, and Arizona. No matter where she lived, she always kept family close and dear to her. Jane will be cremated, without any services. If any of Jane's friends wish to pass on any condolences, they may contact her husband, Fred.
May 23, 1932 - June 21, 2019
Delbert "Sonny" Lloyd Harbaugh, Jr., was born May 23, 1932, in Rapid City, SD, in a house that later washed away in the flood of 1972. He lived on Haines Avenue until age 11 when his father landed a job at the Black Hills Ordnance Depot in Igloo, SD. He graduated from Provo High School in 1950. He attended Black Hills Teaching College (now Black Hills State University) where he met the love of his life.
During the Korean conflict, he enlisted in the US Army in 1953. The ceasefire agreement was reached during boot camp. He was trained as a radio operator and artillery radio mechanic and awarded the National Defense Service Medal/Army of Occupation Medal (Germany).
Upon returning to civilian life, he married Barb May 11, 1955, then completed his BS Degree in math and industrial arts education in 1957.
He became the HS math teacher in Ft. Pierre, SD, (57-59) then later worked in Edgemont (59-62). With their newly adopted daughter, Sharen, and baby, Steve, on the way, the couple moved to Boston, MA, where he pursued a MA in Math at Boston College. They returned to South Dakota when he accepted a high school math teaching job in Spearfish, SD, (1963-69). They welcomed their third child, Staci, in 1967. The family moved to Sundance, WY, in 1969 where Del served as a school administrator for 20 years.
After retiring from education, he and his son built the couple's dream home near Nemo, SD. He also returned to teaching for 2 years at the BH job corp.
Del was kind, witty, patient, and optimistic. He had many hobbies and interests, most notably, collecting and restoring classic Chevy automobiles. He participated in car club activities, tours, and car shows all over the country, earning several awards. He was an avid collector and repairman of clocks. He enjoyed traveling, trips to Deadwood, and singing in a local chorus. He was always game for a round of cribbage and sometimes, he would let you win. He loved to be outdoors to fish, boat, sail, camp, ice-skate, golf, hike, garden, cut firewood, snowmobile, or hunt.
Del, 87, Rapid City, died June 21, 2019, due to a pulmonary embolus while recovering from a femur fracture.
Left to cherish his memory are his three children, Sharen Harbaugh, Cheyenne, WY, Steve (Melinda) Harbaugh, Rapid City, SD, Staci (Shawn) Fethkenher, Ponca, NE; granddaughters, Kelsea and Kortney Fethkenher, Ponca, NE, and Hadley Harbaugh, Rapid City, SD; sisters, Carol (Jack) Pengra and Donna Parks, both of Rapid City, SD; brother, Don (Carol) Harbaugh, Sunnyvale, CA; several generations of nieces, nephews, and cousins; and many friends.
Del was preceded in death by his wife of nearly 45 years, Barbara Bennett Harbaugh; granddaughter, Jaci Lynn; parents, Delbert and Julia (Wagner) Harbaugh; mother-in-law, Ruth (Bratton) Bennett; father-in-law, Kenneth Otto Bennett; brother-in-law, Johnny Parks; sister-in- law, Shirley (Marsteller) Harbaugh; and nephew, Carl Dee Pengra.
Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 26, 2019, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis, SD. Visitation with the family will be held at 9:00 a.m. prior to the service. Burial will follow at the Black Hills National Cemetery.
Del esteemed his family, his country, and friends. There was no situation that could suppress his optimism or take away his smile for long. His example of a life well lived will continue in those who knew and loved him.
March 27, 1940 - July 20, 2019
Born in: Rosebud, South Dakota
Resided in: Denver, Colorado
Priscilla Annette Krumholz born in 1940 on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota, passed away July 20, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. The oldest of 7 children of Lillian and Bernard Boltz. Preceded in death by her husband Bill Krumholz, she is survived by her children; Valerie, Jody, Matthew and Christopher along with 12 grand & great grandchildren and her siblings; George, Sharon, Dave and Jan.
Her legacy is one of God, family and love. She was an accomplished Physical Therapist, a loving mother, sibling, grandma & friend.
Priscilla was proud of her Native American Heritage and so in lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to the St. Francis Mission in South Dakota.
March 22, 1931 - July 24, 2019
Clifford James 'Jim' Lovell, 88, of Hot Springs, SD, passed away on July 24, 2019, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital in Rapid City, SD. He was born on March 22, 1931, in Hot Springs, SD.
Jim worked for the Hot Springs Police Department and the Fall River County Sheriff Department before joining western band, "Country Cowboys." The group performed at veneers in many towns in South Dakota, Arizona, and Arkansas. Jim was inducted into the South Dakota Country Music Hall of Fame in 2008. He was also honored by the Legends of South Dakota Music Association in 2015.
Jim is preceded in death by his father, Clifford and mother, Golden Lovell; sister, Helen and brother, Ford.
Jim is survived by his life partner, Patty Johnson; four nieces and one nephew.
Funeral services will be held 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 2, 2019, at Chamberlain McColley's Funeral Home in Hot Springs. Honorary Pallbearers will be all of Patty's children.
In Lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the South Dakota Country Music Hall of Fame Museum at 605-339-5146.
Arrangements have been placed in the care of Chamberlain McColley's Funeral Home in Hot Springs.
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Sept. 18, 1930 - Sept. 9, 2019
Betty Rose (Hawk) Caylor, 88, passed away on September 9, 2019 at Chadron Community Hospital. Funeral services were held on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at the United Church in Edgemont, with burial in the Edgemont Cemetery.
Betty Rose Hawk was born September 18, 1930 to Kenneth E. and Vivian (Strouse) Hawk in Oelrichs. She attended one term at Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb. and taught one year at the Eckard School west of Ardmore.
On May 31, 1949 she was united in marriage to Loren James Caylor in Hot Springs. They were married 69 years and to this union four children were born, LaDonna, Ronald, Jerry and Terry.
Betty and Loren spent two years in Omaha, Neb. while Loren attended the Universal Trade School. They then returned to the Ardmore area where she was a housewife, mother, and helper on the ranch until retirement in January, 1992. They moved to Edgemont where Betty spent two years as a part time clerk at the post office in Provo and spent several years babysitting in Edgemont. Betty was a member of the United Church and the Esther Rachel Circle in Edgemont.
Betty and Loren moved to Pine Hills Retirement Community in Hot Springs in March of 2015. After Loren's death Betty moved to Pioneer Manor Nursing Home in Hay Springs, Neb.
Betty is survived by her daughter, LaDonna and husband Terry Terrell of Hay Springs, Neb.; son, Ronald and wife Linda of Moorcroft, Wyo.; son, Jerry and wife Lori of Stuartsville, Mo.; and son, Terry Caylor of Moorcroft, Wyo. 10 grand children, 16 great grandchildren, and one sister-in-law, Jo Ann Hawk of Newcastle, Wyo. She was preceded in death by her husband Loren, her parents, Kenneth and Vivian Hawk, Two sisters, Myrtle Wilson and Mary Ann Gossel, one brother, Vern E. Hawk, and three grandsons, Dean Allen Caylor, Dane Allen Caylor, and Bryan Lee Terrell.
Chamberlain McColley Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
April 12, 1935 - Sept. 12, 2019
Marlys A. Fox, 85, of Sheridan passed away on Thursday, September 12, 2019, at St. Vincent's Hospital in Billings, MT. She was born April 12, 1935, in Kindred, North Dakota to parents David and Bernice Hedland. David died in WWII and Hank Schiffner became a great step-father. Marlys married Joe W. Fox Jr. on November 30, 1958, in Edgemont, SD. They had four children and were life partners to the end of her life.
Marlys loved reading, was committed to teaching Sunday school and choir at the Congregational Church in Edgemont, planting her summer flowers, working in her wood shop in the winter and having as many kids and grandkids she could around at all times. She enjoyed cooking for family get-togethers and having family around always. She had an infectious laugh that made others laugh with her. She enjoyed being with friends and family and most all with her husband Joe. Marlys was considered everyone’s mom, she would treat everyone as if they were one of her own children.
Marlys is proceeded in death by her parents David Hedland, Hank and Bernice Schiffner, sister Betty Ann Hedland and brother Duane Hedland. Marlys is survived by her husband of 60 years of marriage Joe W. Fox, Jr., brother Robert Dale (Arlie) Hedland, Sister-in-Law Jeanie Hedland, children: Mark (Lacia) Fox, Bret (Debby) Fox, Jerry (Pattie) Fox, Jeanie (Allan Trumbull) Fox. Numerous grandkids, great-grandkids, great, great-grandkids, nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life will be held at Champions funeral home on Wednesday, September 18, 2019, at 10:30 am with Reverend Dr. Sheila Naismith officiating. Champion Funeral Home has been entrusted with local arrangements. Online condolences may be written at www.championfh.com.