Tyrell (Terry) Craig Bose

Bose, Terry2_ovalJune 18, 1949 ~ August 2, 2015

Terry C. Bose, 66, Brandon, died Sunday, August 2, 2015, at the Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls, following a short battle with cancer.

Family visitation will be 5-7pm, Thursday, August 6, 2015, at Heartland Funeral Home, with a short sharing time at 7. Funeral services will be 10:30am, Friday, August 7, at Faith United Church, Brandon. Interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery with Full Military Honors.

Tyrell (Terry) Craig Bose was born June 18, 1949, in Slayton, MN, to Norman and Audrey (VanderLee) Bose. He lived on a farm near Woodstock, MN, and attended school in Edgerton. Upon graduation, Terry went to Basic Training in 1968. After Basic, he began his career at the South Dakota Air Natl. Guard, where he would put in 35 years before retiring in 2003. December 1, 1978, he married Nelva TenCate, and he became an instant dad to three small children; Brian, Alison, and Alanna. Soon after that, Amanda was born. As a family, they have fond memories of summer vacations in Northern Minnesota. He then worked for Minnehaha Co. Sheriff’s office as Air Base Security and at the County Jail where one prisoner scolded another for giving Terry a hard time saying “he is one of the Good Guys!” For the next few years, he was at the SD Army Natl. Guard as the Base Security Manager. He also drove a school bus for a few years before he retired permanently. He filled his days running things at home while Nelva worked, riding his Harley, training his puppy, Hope, and wishing he was fishing.

He loved sitting by a campfire at Cutty’s Resort in Okoboji, eating the “Belly Buster Breakfast” at Marlins Grill, and shooting targets with his friends.
He will be remembered for his love of Harleys, Fords, and Boston Terriers, his famous hours of storytelling, the backyard troll-(ask the grandkids), his love of his family and their welfare, right up to the very end, and his faithfulness to his Heavenly Father.

Terry will be deeply missed by his wife, Nelva; his children, Amanda (Brian Kilbride) Bose, Sioux Falls, Alanna (Jeff) VanSanten, Luverne, MN, Alison (Tom) VerSteeg, Luverne, MN, and Brian TenCate, The Colony, TX; six grandchildren, Cade, Lauren, Kelsi, Aiden, Ethan, and Chloe; and three siblings, Robert (Julie) Bose, Sioux Falls, Wendy (Pat) Whalen, St. Paul, MN, and Kristin (Ivan) Vis, Leota, MN.

Terry was preceded in death by his parents.

Louise Elizabeth (Goheen) Bieber

Bieber, Louise_ovalApril 24, 1933 ~ July 29, 2015

Louise Elizabeth (Goheen) Bieber, 82, Brandon, died Wednesday, July 29, 2015, at the Dougherty Hospice Home, Sioux Falls after a short battle with cancer.

Memorial services will be 10:30am, Saturday, August 1, 2015, at Heartland Funeral Home, Brandon, with Visitation beginning 1 hour prior.

Lou was born April 24, 1933, in a midwife house in Aberdeen, SD, to Grant and Hulda (Raugust) Goheen. She was born into a family with 10 brothers and 2 sisters. She attended elementary school at Adams School and graduated from Central High School in 1952. She attended 9 months at the Aberdeen School of Commerce after graduation. In childhood she attended the Salvation Army Church and the Assembly of God Church.
Lou married Aaron Bieber on May 3, 1952 and moved with him during the Air Force enlistment to Sherman, KS, Great Falls, MT, and finally to O’Hare Air Force Base, Chicago, IL. At O’Hare AFB, she worked in the Finance Office. After Aaron’s enlistment, they stayed in the area. They had two children, David Brian and Cynthia Lynn.

In 1958, they moved back to Aberdeen and Lou worked in the Gamble Store (Tempo Department Store) for 21 years as a bookkeeper, accountant, and finally as the receiving manager. When the store closed in 1981, Lou attended 19 semester hours of accounting and business at Northern State University and worked at the Hub Area Technical School as secretary/bookkeeper for 14 ½ years. During this time, they lived on a farm 25 north of Aberdeen, SD. She then worked part time as Office Manager of the Aberdeen Builders Exchange. After they moved to Brandon in 2003, Lou worked 2 years part-time for Mills Enterprise Trucking in Sioux Falls, SD and when they closed, she retired in 2007.

Lou was a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Good Shepherd Lutheran and later joined a mission church, Holy Cross Lutheran in Aberdeen, SD until 2003. When they moved to Brandon, SD, they joined Brandon Lutheran Church. She was volunteer General Treasurer and part-time office for Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Aberdeen, SD, and Leader of the TOPS Diet Support Group in Brandon, SD.

On March 17, 2015, Lou Bieber was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer which had moved to the liver. She soon after entered the hospice program with Aaron.

Grateful for having shared her life are her husband, Aaron Bieber; one son, David (Patricia) Bieber, Aberdeen, SD; one daughter, Cindy (Martin) Borske, Mason City, IA; one grandson, Ben (Christine) Piearson & one great granddaughter, Riley, Cape Cod, MA; one granddaughter, Vanessa Piearson, Mason City, IA; two brothers, John (Paula) Goheen, Lexington, KY and Eugene Goheen of San Diego, CA; two sister-in-laws, Jan Goheen, Rapid City, and Millie Goheen, Boca Raton, FL.

Lou was preceded in death by her parents, 8 brothers and two sisters.

James Russell Caldwell

Caldwell, Jim_ovalApril 22, 1943 – July 9, 2015

James (Jim) Russell Caldwell, 72, Brandon, passed away on Thursday, July 9, 2015, at Sanford Medical Center in Sioux Falls after a long battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis with his family surrounding him.

Family Visitation will be 5-7pm, Sunday, July 12, 2015, at Celebration United Methodist Church, 500 Pasque Flower Tr., Brandon. Funeral Services will be 11am, Monday, July 13, also at Celebration UMC with Full Military Rites.

James (Jim) Russell Caldwell, son of Patrick and Audrey (McCloud) Caldwell, was born April 22, 1943 in Mt. Lake, MN. Jim attended and graduated from Windom High School in 1961. While in his Senior year, Jim went to auctioneer school and enjoyed auctioning for church desert fundraisers and the Southeast South Dakota Horse Show Association. Jim entered the US Navy in 1962 and was released in June 1966. On October 1, 1966, he married Luinea Busch in Windom. The couple farmed for a period of time before he found his interest in computers. Jim attended a tech school and became a System’s Analyst for Citibank in Sioux Falls. Jim retired after 19 years of service.

Jim was named to the Outstanding Young Men of America in 1979. He served as a US JC Senator and Ambassador. While living a short while in Oklahoma, Jim worked with and led a group of Scouts. Jim enjoyed being an announcer for many horse shows, Spirit of the West, and Brandon Valley Vintage Power events. Fishing trips and “Plinkers” were also favorite pastimes. With the help of his sons, Shane and Darin, Jim restored to International Harvester tractors. He also was involved in the Vets to Vets program of America. Jim, most of all, enjoyed spending time with his family and especially, his grandchildren. (Bring on the popcorn)

Jim was actively involved in his church at Celebration United Methodist, Brandon. As a Founding Member, Jim moved most of the dirt to begin the building process. He later became known at the Sidewalk Superintendent and then served as a Church Trustee.
Jim will be deeply missed by his wife of 48 years, Luinea; three children, Shane Caldwell, Brandon, Darin (Kelly) Caldwell, Gillette, WY and Regina (fiancé Wade Hiller) Geringer, Brandon; seven grandchildren, Cody and RaeLee Caldwell, Gillette, WY, McKenna, Maesa and Montana Geringer, Brandon, and Zane and Alexis Hiller, Luverne, MN; three siblings, Bruce (Bonnie) Caldwell, Windom, MN, Jean (Bob) Becker, Kosota, MN and Barb Pieper, Mankato, MN; and many nieces and nephews.

Jim was greeted at Heaven’s gates by his parents, Pat and Audrey.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that new toy tractors be donated to the Marine Corp.’s Toys for Tots in Jim’s memory. Tractors may be brought to the church or Heartland Funeral Home.

Mabel “Sandy” Ann Friman

Friman_ovalApril 14, 1926 ~ June 30, 2015

Mabel “Sandy” Ann Friman, 89, Brandon, died Tuesday, June 30, 2015, at the Dougherty Hospice Home in Sioux Falls.

Visitation will be 1-3pm, Sunday, July 5, 2015, at Heartland Funeral Home, Brandon. Interment will be 10:30am, Monday, July 6, at the Black Hills National Cemetery.

Mabel Ann (Wiese) “Sandy” was born April 14, 1926, in Luverne, MN, to Richard and Anna (Moeller) Wiese. She grew up on a farm in Magnolia and then Woodstock, MN, as the youngest of sixteen children. After school she moved to Sioux Falls and worked there. Sandy married Robert Friman on February 29, 1948, in the Methodist Church, Sioux Falls. In June, 1949, the couple moved to Huron, where Bob was employed as a field representative for Standard Oil. In December 1950, they moved to Pierre where they became distributors of Standard Oil Products until they retired in 2000.

Bob and Sandy were blessed with two daughters Susan, in 1955 and Brenda in 1959. This made Sandy and Bob very happy. These two girls were the high light of their lives. Along with supporting Bob in his business, Sandy was very involved in raising her children, managing the household, spending time with her many friends and participating in Pierre area and church activities.

Sandy and Bob wintered in Arizona for 25 years, enjoying time golfing and socializing with friends.

Sandy will be deeply missed by her husband of 67 years, Robert; two daughters, Susan (Kevin) Winter, Sioux Falls and Brenda (Terry) Doran, Waukee, IA; four grandchildren, Robert, Kevin, Ashley and Rachel; and her very special friend and sister-in-law, Penny Wiese, Sioux Falls.
Sandy was preceded in death by her parents, and all fifteen of her siblings, Henry, Herb, Bill, Walt, Ferd, Dick, Gus, Agnes, Ella, Pat, Cecelia, Katherine, Alvina, Leona, and Hattie.

A memorial has been established in Sandy’s honor.

Alfred Belk

Belk_oval-1November 18, 1932 ~ March 22, 2015

Alfred Belk, 82, of Brandon, died Sunday, March 22, 2015, at the Dougherty Hospice Home in Sioux Falls.

A Memorial services will be at Faith Temple Church, 2121 W 33rd St. in Sioux Falls, on Friday July 3rd, at 10AM.

Alfred was born in Sterling, ND, on November 18, 1932, to Floydd and Esther (Baker) Belk. He attended Bismarck High School, worked as a surveyor in North Dakota, and subsequently served in the Naval Air Corps as an airplane mechanic and trainer during the Korean Conflict. Alfred married to Diane Petersen, of Washburn, ND, on July 1, 1955. After an honorable discharge from the Navy, he graduated from Bismarck Junior College, with a degree in business administration and attended North Dakota State University. He was employed by Cenex Cooperatives in their marketing department, serving in North and South Dakota. In later years, he was a collections representative for Sears Payment Systems. He was very active in Boy Scouts as a Troup and District leader, a member of the Civil Air Patrol in Pierre, SD, an avid Ham Radio operator and hobbiest. He never lost his love of learning. Alfred was baptized February 6, 2005, at Faith Temple Church and remained faithful member for the rest of his life. Mostly, he was proud of his children and grandchildren.

Alfred is survived by five daughters, Fawn (Perry) Killion, Cindy Frederickson, Corine (James) Stach, Barbara (Scott Hartvigsen) Belk, and Lydia Freedon; eleven grandchildren, Heather Hedger, Sean, Nik, & Peter Killion, Matthew & Sarah Frederickson, Andy & Neil Stach, Elise Nitti, Tony Belk, Gabriel Hartvigson, and special granddaughter, Amber Flood; ten great-grandchildren, Meggin, Brigid, Calamina, Acacia, Willow, Amberlin, Simon, Brady, Liam, and Ariana; one brother, Bill Belk; two sisters, DeLoris Beyers and Darlene Hagerott; and many beloved nieces and nephews.

Alfred was preceded in death by his parents,one grand-daughter, Meggin Killion; three sisters, Althea Caroll, Marjorie France, and Ruth Kavonius; and son-in-law Kyle Frederickson.