AlMarie White

Black Hawk, SD | AlMarie White, 71 of Black Hawk, died Saturday, October 12, 2018 at Rapid City Regional Hospice House.

AlMarie Pourier was born December 19, 1946 to Calvin and Beulah (Cuny) Pourier in Hot Springs, SD. She graduated Hot Springs High School in 1964. On July 30, 1964 she married Leslie White. To this marriage two children were born.

AlMarie is survived by her husband Leslie White of Black Hawk; children; daughter, Virginia Marie (Dale Wood) Garner of Culver, MN and son, Leslie Todd (Peggie) White of Custer; her grandchildren, Kayla (White) (Jake) Goyarts of Rapid City, Josh Garner of Grand Rapid, MN, Amanda Garner of Culver, Brian Garner of Grand Rapids, Mitch (Layne) Spindler of Lemmon, Bree (Auston) Schuller of Las Vegas, NV; her great-grandchildren, Leo Garner of Denver and Emmy Spindler of Lemmon; four brothers, Kenny (Ruth) Pourier of Oelrichs, Larry (Teri) Pourier of Rapid Valley, Donnie Pourier of Piedmont and Doug Pourier of Rapid Valley; one sister, Frances Matsamas of Oelrichs and one sister-in-law Rita Pourier of Spearfish. She is also survived by Leslie family, her sister-in-law Donna Degnan of Buffalo Gap, sister-in-law DeElda (Ted) Williams of Fairburn and sister-in-law Delia (Dean) Johnson of Fairburn and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was preceded in death by both parents, brother Wayne Pourier, brother-in-law John Matsamas and brother-in-law Danny Degnan.

Memorial service will be 10:00am, Saturday, October 20, 2018 at St Isaac Jogues Catholic Church in Rapid City followed by a luncheon at Mother Butler Center.

Shirley Rose Schreckenghaust

VENICE, Fla. | Shirley Rose Schreckenghaust, 79, passed away at her home Oct. 2, 2018. with family at her side.

She was born Jan. 16, 1939, in Hot Springs, SD, and lived in the Black Hills area working as a travel agent for over 30 years and was able to travel the world. In 1998 she retired to Venice, FL.

Shirley was preceded in death by her father Glen Hartman; mother Leona Hartman; sister-in-law Rosalie Hartman; nephew David Hartman; and niece Karen Frost.

She is survived by her husband Rex; daughter Teresa (Ed) Royalty; sons Mel (Lynn) Knueppel , Cal Schreckenghaust; step-daughters Dawn Schreckenghaust, and Kris (Dale) Stertz; brothers Harlan (Marie) Hartman, Cleo Hartman and John (Joanne) Hartman; her grandchildren Slade, Cody, Jeffrey, and Jackson; and great-grandchildren.

Wanda Moilan

Wanda Moilan, age 84, of Huron, passed away on Monday, October 15, 2018 at Huron Regional Medical Center. Her funeral service will be at 11:00 AM Friday, October, 19, 2018 at the American Lutheran Church in Huron with burial to follow at Restlawn Memory Gardens Cemetery in Huron. Visitation with the family present will be from 5-7 pm on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at the Welter Funeral Home, with a prayer service to begin at 6:30 PM; or visitation one hour prior to the service at the church on Friday. Visit www.welterfuneralhome.com

Wanda D. Jansen was born on April 7, 1934 to Frank J. and Eva M. (Bootz) Jansen at home in Huron, SD. She attended Huron Public Schools from kindergarten through high schools, graduating in 1953. She attended one year of business college learning life skills that enabled her to work in clerical and administrative roles throughout her career.

She married Ervin R. Beyer on July 15, 1951. They lived in California for a short time while Ervin was in the Army. She married Marvin W. Moilan, Sr. on June 20, 1956. They made their home in Huron where she worked in the Beadle County Courthouse in both the Treasurer’s Office and the Register of Deeds offices. She also worked at the Marvin Hughitt Hotel as a bookkeeper. Wanda then went to South Dakota State Fair as the administrative assistant.

In 1983, following Marvin’s retirement, they moved to Hot Springs. During summer months, they traveled for Jack Hunter Sound providing sound for fairs and exhibitions for eight years prior to starting their lawn care and cleaning service. Wanda and Marvin moved back to Huron in September 2010 and has resided in Huron since.

Wanda was active in many organizations in both Huron and Hot Springs. She was a lifelong Democrat serving in many capacities in the Beadle County and Fall River County Democrats. She received the George McGovern Grass Roots Award on June 16, 2007.

Wanda had a strong Christian faith, learning to love and trust God at an early age. She was baptized at 12 years old. She was a member of American Lutheran Church in Huron and St. John’s Lutheran Church while living in Hot Springs. Wanda’s favorite saying was “God’s in charge.” She loved to visit with everyone she met and would treat them like long-lost friends.

Wanda’s family was very important to her. She enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Grateful for having shared in her life are her children David Beyer, Milwaukee, WI, Eva Wipf, Jewel (Reg) Tschetter, and Mark (Deb) Moilan all of Huron; her step children Linda Moilan, St. Paul, MN, Marvin (Gloria) Moilan, Jr., and Carol (Jim) Milbrandt of Huron. Her grandchildren Jason (Tracy) Tschetter, Michelle (Aaron) Gilbert, Amy (Mark) Tschetter, Michael (Steph) Moilan, Melanie Wipf, Megan Moeding, Katrina White, Jordan Wipf, Travis (Mylene) Funderbuck, Melanie (Rob) Timm, Robert (Danielle) Milbrandt, Lucas Milbrandt and John Moilan. She is also survived by twenty-three great grandchildren plus a new one due in November 2018.

Wanda was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Marvin Sr. in 2011, her son-in-law Ronald Wipf in 2017, step daughters Patricia Cooper and Janet Floyd, her grandson David Moeding in 2017, and her granddaughter Amy Christopherson in 1983.

The family prefers memorials to American Lutheran Church or a charity of your choice.

Anthony Joel ‘AJ’ Jenniges

Anthony Joel ‘AJ’ Jenniges, 66, passed away October 15, 2018, at his home in Custer, SD.

AJ was born September 8, 1952, in Hot Springs, SD, to Anthony M. and Helen (Hibbard) Jenniges.

AJ is survived by his daughter, Julie Jenniges of Custer; brothers, Nick (Bonnie) of Rapid City, SD; Kevin (Glenda) of Custer; and sister, Valerie (Scott) Brandsted.

A celebration of life service will be held 3:00 p.m., Saturday, November 10, 2018, at Mt. Rushmore Brewing Company in Custer, SD.

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