Darrel R. Veith

November 1, 1952 ~ December 22, 2012

Darrel R. Veith, 60, of Sioux Falls, died Saturday, December 22, 2012, at Sanford Medical Center in Sioux Falls. A private family service will be held at a later date.

Darrel Veith was born November 1, 1952 to Clyde and Leda (Barnes) Veith in Amboy, IL. Keith was raised and educated in the Amboy area and Graduated from Amboy High School in 1972. He then attended and graduated from the Sauk Valley Community College with a degree in Business.

Darrel met and married Cyndie about this time. To this union two children were born; Andrew and Brandie. The family resided in the Chicago area for several years where Darrel worked as a Finance Manager for a car dealer. Eventually, the family moved to the Sioux Falls for educational opportunities for Anthony and for Darrel, the pheasant hunting possibilities were a huge bonus! Pursuing his calling as a natural salesman, Darrel went to work for Gateway in computer sales. When Gateway closed, Darrel found other options including working at HyVee.

Darrel was an avid book reader and loved gardening, pheasant hunting and cooking or grilling out. He also loved his pets. He and Cyndie raised and showed dogs for several years.

Darrel will be missed deeply by his two children, Andrew of Milford, MA and Brandie of Sioux Falls; his brother, Vernie (Patty) of Loves Park, IL and two sisters, Sandy (Wayne) Carlos, Brownsville, TX and Vickie (Bill) Schauer of Amboy, IL; and his still best friends, Cyndie Vieth and Michael Swanson of Sioux Falls.

He was preceded in death his parents.

3 Responses to “Darrel R. Veith”

  • Sharon Reno:

    Deepest sympathy and love. My thoughts and prayers are with you Andy during this difficult time. Brian’s Mom

  • Kathy Bausback and Becky:

    Living in the UP of Michigan I have a lot of free time to search for past neighbors and friends.
    I am deeply saddened by Darrel’s death. I remember great conversations we had while he was cleaning the dog kennels.
    My Becky and Brandie and Andrew had fun times together.

  • peter nye:

    Wow. Didn’t think this was what Id find when looking you up “D”. So So sorry you passed with out getting a chance to reconnect. Lots of good memories of Dogs, Shows and hunting with you and Cyndie. Be at peace my friend. I will miss you.

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