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Richard was born Jan. 28, 1929, in Geddes, South Dakota, the only child of Elmer and Dorothy Yechout ... Hobbs of Seattle, Washington, Gregory Hobbs of Fall Creek, Oregon, and Mitchell Hobbs of Roseburg; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. (Albany Democrat-Herald)
He is survived by his wife, Lois, of nearly 50 years; son Gregory (Angela) Cable, grandchildren, Justin and Alivia, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; daughter, Jennifer Cable (Mark Ponczoch, Sr.), granddaughter, Kathryn, and Mark’s older children ... (Eau Claire Leader-Telegram)
Elden "Sonny" Clarence Carter, Jr. was born January 13, 1945 to Elden C. Carter Sr. and Mary (Lupton) Carter in Gregory, SD. He was the first of five children. Sonny attended rural elementary school and graduated from... (legacy.com)
Janet Goble died in 2014. For the past several years, Goble has been not the creator, but the subject, of a new book—Paul Goble, Storyteller (South Dakota Historical Society Press) by biographer Gregory Bryan, a children’s literature professor at the ... (Publishers Weekly)
The family moved to Gregory in 1977. Tom had a special place in his heart ... Through this mentorship, Tom grew into one of the most successful horse trainers in South Dakota history. He judged many prestigious horse shows in the US and Canada, including ... (tsln.com)
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