Obituaries for Nov. 21

2002-11-20T23:00:00Z Obituaries for Nov. 21 Rapid City Journal
November 20, 2002 11:00 pm

Edward F. 'Bud' Braun

LEAD - A devoted Husband, proud Father, beloved Grandfather, and dear Friend to so many people unexpectedly passed away from a cerebral hemorrhage on November 19, 2002.

Edward F. "Bud" Braun was born on October 14, 1925, in Richardton, North Dakota, to Raphael and Anna Braun. After being raised on the family farm near Haynes, North Dakota, with two brothers and three sisters, Bud decided that farming was not his calling in life and joined the United States Navy in 1943. Following his overseas tour of duty during World War II, Bud moved to Lead, South Dakota, where he would spend the rest of his days with family, friends, and co-workers. It was in Lead where Bud also met his beloved wife of 52 years, Mary Katherine (Milos) Braun. They married on September 27, 1950, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, and raised two sons, Lonnie Ray of Rapid City, South Dakota, and David Lee of Pierre, South Dakota.

Bud worked for the Home-stake Mine as a laborer, a contract miner, in research & planning, and as a shift boss. After 34 years of dedicated service to Homestake, he retired in January of 1983 as Safety Director. Following his retirement, he also worked for five years as a safety consultant for Pete Lien & Sons in Rapid City.

Bud loved to hunt and fish, especially with his sons and his special friends. He enjoyed working in his basement workshop, creating everything from bookends with Homestake rock to wall clocks with old weathered wood. He was particularly proud of his cabin that he built over the years near O'Neil Pass. Whether it was Bud and Mary's home in Lead, or their cabin at O'Neil Pass, the front gate was always open to either friends or strangers for a fresh cup of coffee, some good conversation, and good old hospitality. Bud also took great pride in volunteering his time and talents to those in need to community tasks, and to church activities, never wanting the credit, but always doing the job that needed done.

Bud is survived by his beloved wife Mary of Lead; his son Lonnie and wife Teri of Rapid City; his son David and wife Darlene of Pierre; four grandchildren - Jennifer, Tempe, Mandy, and Andrew; one great-grandson, Clement; two brothers; and one sister. He was preceded in death by his mother, his father, and two sisters.

Holy Rosary will be at

9 a.m. with the Funeral Mass following at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 22, 2002, at

St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Lead, under the direction of Carlsen & Aldinger Funeral Homes of Sturgis. Interment will follow at the Holy Cross Cemetery. Memorial donations can be made in memory of Bud to the Homestake Mining Museum or St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Lead, South Dakota.

Shirley C. Rollins

LAFAYETTE, Colo. - Shirley C. Rollins, 73, Lafayette, died Thursday,

Nov. 14, 2002, in Louisville.

Survivors include her

husband, Richard Rollins, Lafayette; two daughters, Tamara Henzlik, Rapid City, and Pam Abrams, Superior; her parents, Oscar and Vera Chandler; seven grandchildren; one brother, Tom Chandler; and two sisters, Phyllis Hinch and Mary White.

Visitation was Sunday, Nov. 17, at Darrell Howe Chapel in Lafayette.

Services were Monday, Nov. 18, at First Presbyterian Church in Boulder.

Memorials may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, 3151 S. Vaughn Way, Ste. 505, Aurora, CO 80014.

Michael J. Cariveau

BLACK HAWK - Michael J. Cariveau, 67, Black Hawk, died at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Fort Meade, S.D., Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2002.

He was born Dec. 22, 1934, at East Grand Forks, MN, the son of Leo and Violet (Bushee) Cariveau. He served in the US Army, serving in Vietnam and in Korea. He retired as an

advisor to the Army Reserve at Winthrop, MN, in 1975.

Survivors include his wife, Patricia Cariveau, Black Hawk; five sons, Michael Cariveau, New Ulm, MN, Jeff Cariveau,

Watertown, S.D., John Cariveau, Cambridge, MN, Robert Cariveau, Bismarck, N.D., and Steven Cariveau, Ogden, Utah; three daughters, Jean Groehler, Winthrop, MN, Kathy Espinosa, Black Hawk, and Mary Corbine, Box Elder; three sisters, Marilyn Stinar, Bagley, MN, Cecilia Pettit and Jean Moser, both of Red Lake Falls, MN; a brother, Clarence "King" Cariveau, Bismarck, N.D.; 21 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Visitation will be from

4 p.m. until 7 p.m. today at Our Lady of the Black Hills Catholic Church in Piedmont, with a Christian Wake Service at 7 p.m. at the church.

Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of the Black Hills Catholic Church, with Rev. Mark McCormick as the Celebrant.

Interment, with military honors provided by Rushmore VFW Post 1273, will be at the Black Hills National Cemetery.

Services are under the

direction of the Osheim-Catron Funeral Home.

Leonard B. Zeigler

WINNER - Leonard B. Zeigler, 79, Winner, died Sunday, Nov. 17, 2002, at his home.

Survivors include two daughters, Beverly Zeigler and Bonnie Lake, both of Winner; one brother, Mervin Zeigler, Sterling, Ill.; two sisters, Irene Cerv, Winner, and Leona Dowden, Freeman; and one granddaughter.

Visitation will be for one hour before services, which will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, at Mason Funeral Home in Winner.

Burial will be at Winner Cemetery.

John Donald 'Don' Koeck

PIERRE - John Donald "Don" Koeck, 75, Pierre, died Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2002, at Maryhouse Sub-Acute Center in Pierre.


include his wife, Colleen Koeck, Pierre; three sons, John Joseph Koeck, Crooks, Michael Pettit, Miller, and Paul Pettit, Santa Monica, Calif.; one daughter, Anna Nolz, Miller; one brother, Gayle Koeck, Miller; three sisters, Carolyn Wilson, Kentucky, Celesta Martinmaas, Reno, Nev., and Marion Roeber, Redfield; 11 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 22, at St. John's Catholic Church in Pierre.

Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. MDT Friday at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis.

Isburg-Hofmeister Funeral Chapel of Pierre is in charge of arrangements.

Linda Joy Barber-Holtry

WHITEWOOD - Linda Joy Barber-Holtry, 48, Whitewood, died Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2002, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.

Survivors include her husband, Robert Holtry, Whitewood; six daughters, Michelle Barber-Smith, Rapid City, Royanna Merkel, Jacque Sandberg, Rayna Smith and Sistine Horst, all of South Dakota, and Aundrea Harris, Georgia; three sons, Robert Barber, James Hazelrigg, Utah, and Jim Jibben, Spearfish; one grandson; one sister, Coleen Barber, South Dakota; seven brothers, Art Moody, Minnesota, and John Rayfield, Bill Holtry, James Holtry, Danny Marcus, Jerry Trollbe and Allen Rust, all of South Dakota; two half-sisters, Velvet Morgan and Beth Brown, both of South Dakota; and two half-brothers, Carl Burch and John Brown, both of South Dakota.

Visitation will be from

3 p.m. to 7 p.m. today at Campbell, Paula & Quinn

Funeral Home in Rapid City.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 22, at Black Hills National Cemetery near


Helen L. Wiese

RAPID CITY - Helen L. Wiese, 93, Rapid City, died Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2002, at a local nursing home.

Survivors include one son, Ren Whitaker, Prairie Du Chien, Wis.; one daughter, Janice Grow, Rapid City; seven grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be from

4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday,

Nov. 22, at Osheim-Catron

Funeral Home in Rapid City.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, at First United Methodist Church in Rapid City, with the Rev. Doug Diehl officiating.

Burial will be at Mountain View Cemetery in Rapid City.

A memorial has been established.

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