Lou Jean Anderson, 59, passed away Saturday, December 6th, 2014 at her home in Callao, MO after a recent diagnosis of lung cancer.
Family visitation will be 5-7pm, Tuesday, December 9, 2014, with a prayer service at 7pm, at Heritage Lutheran Church, Brandon. Funeral Services will be 10:30am, Wednesday, December 10, also at Heritage Lutheran Church. Interment will follow at Wildwood Cemetery in Salem.
Lou was born to parents George and Helen (Twete) Logan on February 6th, 1955 in Aberdeen, South Dakota. She grew up in Clark, SD, graduating from Clark High School in 1973. After moving to Sioux Falls, SD she met Robert Anderson in 1978. On April 10th, 1982 she married Robert at East Side Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. They lived in Crooks, SD for 31 years until moving to Callao, MO in June, 2014. She has three daughters, Michelle, Chandra and April.
Lou and Bob enjoyed camping, fishing, family vacations, time at their lake house, and entertaining their grandsons as well as attending their activities and events. Lou enjoyed her flower gardens and was also an avid bird watcher. She followed the whooping crane migration and attended the festival in Wisconsin several times. She enjoyed a good card game and worked on puzzles now and then. Lou was involved in her church community and bible study as well.
Lou is survived by her husband, Robert Anderson, Callao, MO; her daughters, Michelle Ogden, DesMoines, IA, Chandra (Chris) VanHout, Sioux Falls, SD, and April Anderson, Cooperstown, ND; three grandchildren, Logan and Cade Ogden and Casen VanHout; her sisters, Kerry (Erv) Huber, Huron, SD, and Linda (Brian) Kelley, Rapid City, SD; her brother, Jay Logan, Vail, CO; and several cousins, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents.
The family is grateful to the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, Columbia, MO, and Hospice Compass, Macon, MO, for Lou’s care. Also, the family extends a special thank-you to their Heritage Lutheran Church and West Nidaros Lutheran Church families.
A memorial has been established in Lou’s honor for Operation Migration and to cancer research.
Glen Clark, 84, Brandon, died Thursday, December 04, 2014, at his home.
Visitation with be Monday afternoon with family present from 5-7pm, December 8, 2014, at Heartland Funeral Home, with full Military Honors at 7pm. Private inurnment will take place at the White Fairview Cemetery at a later date.
Glen Lloyd Clark was born September 6, 1930, in Pipestone, MN to Lloyd and Garna (Neuman) Clark. He attended country school in the Flandreau area and then enlisted in the US Air Force. He served four years and then returned to Sioux Falls and entered the Air Guard. On April 12, 1958, Glen married Vergene Bullis in Flandreau, SD. The couple started farming in Moody County until 1971. In 1972, Glen and Vergene purchased a farm near White, SD in Brookings Co. where Glen raised cattle and grain until his retirement in 2004. The couple then relocated in Brandon. Unfortunately, Vergene died in 2013. Glen continued to reside in Brandon until his death.
Glen loved his grandsons and spending time with them was a treat for him. His off the cuff comments and opinions kept everyone guessing what he would say next. Glen also loved to read extensively, visiting with his coffee buddies and playing cards.
Glen will be deeply missed by his children, David, of Brookings, and Diane (Doug) Clark, of Chanhassen, MN; three grandsons, Jacob, Justin and Joshua; two sisters, Mary Lou Kern, Sioux Falls, and Irene (Lawrence) Barthel, Kalispell, MT; many nieces and nephews.
Glen was preceded in death by his wife, Vergene; his son, Paul; his parents, and one brother, Roy.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests the people take time to hug their loved ones.
Judy Ann Buie, 68, Sioux Falls, died Wednesday, December 3, 2014, at the Dougherty Hospice Cottage in Sioux Falls.
Memorial services will be 10:00am, Saturday, December 6, 2014, at Heartland Funeral Home, with family visitation/fellowship afterwards.
Judy Ann Peterson was born August 3, 1946, in Hendricks, MN, to Keith and Lucille Peterson. She graduated from Washington High School in 1964. Judy married James Buie on August 25, 1967. They had 2 children Jason and Jamie. Judy worked various office jobs throughout the years including John Morrell, part-time at Kmart, and for the last 15 years, at KTTW TV – FOX, right up until the time of her death. Judy enjoyed shopping, playing cards of any type and playing BUNCO with the gals.
Judy is survived by her children, Jason (Marcia) Buie, Sioux Falls and Jamie (Mark) Valentien, Brandon; four grandchildren, Kaylee and Talon Buie, Harrisburg and Jessica and Kiara Valentien, Brandon; six nieces & nephews; many cousins; two aunts, Veronica Quissell and Mardell Barenklau; and her very special feline, Simba.
Judy was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Jerry.
The family would like to thank Dr. Sandra Smith, Dr. Mark Huber, and the staff at the Avera Prairie Center and Chemotherapy.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established.
James M. Buie, 68, Sioux Falls, died Monday, November 17, 2014, at the Dougherty Hospice Home.
Memorial services will be held Thursday, November 20, 2014, at 7:00PM, at Heartland Funeral Home, with family visitation from 5-7pm. Pastor Duane Arneson will officiate. Private family inurnment will take place at Hills of Rest.
James Marshall Buie was born August 13, 1946, in Sioux Falls to Chester Sr. and Margaret (Fallon) Buie. Jim attended school in Sioux Falls and graduated from Washington High School. He married Judy Peterson 8-25-1967. They had two children; Jason and Jamie. James worked various maintenance jobs through the years most recently at Pine Crest Inc. After retiring, he worked for the City of Sioux Falls Parks Dept. until his health required him to finish in 2011.
Jim was an avid hunter & fisherman, loved planting his vegetable garden in the springtime and caring for it throughout the summer. He enjoyed playing pitch, golf, and was a city dart champion in 2007. Jim was a big St. Louis Rams fan also enjoyed watching Jeff Gordon and NASCAR. In the 80′s and early 90′s, Jim and Jason enjoyed go kart racing together around area tracks and even to the Nationals. Jason was the driver and Jim was the motor builder.
Jim’s greatest love was his 4 grandchildren. He always wondered what they were up to and always asked if they were keeping up with their grades.
Jim is survived by two children, Jason (Marcia) Buie, Sioux Falls & Jamie (Mark) Valentien, Brandon; four grandchildren, Kaylee & Talon Buie, Harrisburg and Jessica & Kiara Valentien, Brandon; two siblings, Chester Jr.(Marla) Buie, Sioux Falls & Janice (Doug) Weeg, Litchfield Park, AZ.
The family would like to send special thanks to Dr. Gutnik and associates, Dr. Tolentino, all the staff at Avera Prairie Center & chemotherapy, and the staff at Dougherty Hospice cottage.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established.
Lucille Irene Rosenwald, 93, passed away November 17, 2014 at her home.
Memorial services will be Friday, November 21, 2014, 10:30AM, at Heartland Funeral Home in Brandon, SD.
Lucy was born to parents Trygve and Florence (Dougherty) Angell on September 8, 1921 in Waubay, South Dakota. She grew up in Sioux Falls, graduating from Washington High School in 1939. On August 22, 1943 she married Rodger Rosenwald at East Side Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. He passed away March 15, 1994. They had two children, Susan and Steven.
Lucy and Rodger enjoyed bowling, golf, square dancing, and bridge with their many good friends. They lived in Sioux Falls their entire lives with the exception of Rodger’s WWII flight training in Georgia where he learned to pilot his plane, the “Lucky Lucy”.
Lucy loved and supported her family unconditionally, and also had a great love for animals, especially her dogs.
She is survived by her daughter, Susan (David) Greenlee, Garretson, SD, her son, Steven (Julae) Rosenwald, Newark, DE; four grandchildren, Katya and Laura Jenson and Jason and Heather Rosenwald; five great-grandchildren; and her sister-in-law, Shirley Gray, Brandon.
Lucy was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and brother Robert.
The family is grateful to her caregivers Glenda and TR, terrific neighbors, the Daybreak program at Center for Active Generations, and Sanford hospice for helping her and her beloved dachshund Coco to remain together in the home she and Rodger built in 1960.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in her name to a local animal rescue organization.