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(sheryl) Irene Vermilyea Baker
(Sheryl) Irene Vermilyea Baker
Class of 1969
Passed Jun 25, 2010
Sheryl I. Baker

SERGEANT BLUFF -- Sheryl Irene Baker, 59, of Sergeant Bluff died Friday, June 25, 2010 at a local hospital.
Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Elliott Creek Presbyterian Church in Bronson, Iowa, with the Rev. Cynthia Ripperger officiating. A cremation will follow the service, with burial at a later date. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. today, with the family present 6 to 8 p.m., at Waterbury Funeral Service in Sergeant Bluff.
Sheryl Irene Baker was born on Oct. 17, 1950 in Sioux City, the daughter of Dale and Luella (Buckland) Vermilyea. She graduated from Woodbury Central in 1969. On Nov. 2, 1979 Sheryl was united in marriage to Keith Baker in Elk Point, S.D.
Sheryl was the activity director at Mattney's Westside Nursing Home and later she worked as a CNA at Mercy Medical Center until 2002. She also was a volunteer helper at Westwood Nursing Home.
Sheryl enjoyed karaoke, crafting and going to craft shows. She loved going to stock car racing events and watching her son participate in racing his vehicles.
Sheryl is survived by her husband, Keith; her son, Matt and his fiancee, Jenel Purdum of Sioux City; one brother, Art and his wife, Tresa of Salix, Iowa; two sisters, Carole and her husband, Mike Cross of Sioux City, and Phyllis and her husband, Keith Johnson of China Grove, N.C.; and her beloved kitty, Ruby.
She was preceded in death by her parents and one daughter, Sara Jean.
Bill Luse
Bill Luse
Class of 1969
Passed Jul 03, 2018
William Arthur Luse III (known as Bill), age 67, died unexpectedly in Minneapolis, Minnesota on July 3, 2018.
A private memorial has been planned for family.
Bill spent his childhood in Moville, Iowa and moved to Minneapolis following college. He lived in Minneapolis the majority of the year, splitting time between his home in Minneapolis and his home in Gold Canyon, Arizona.
A graduate of the University of Iowa in 1974 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, he was a renowned caricature artist who worked as both a freelance artist and at a permanent booth performing caricature artistry at both the Minnesota Renaissance Festival and the Arizona Renaissance Festival for thirty-two years.
In addition to his artwork, Bill assisted friends and other performers as a talent-booking agent through his company, Personal Performance Arts.
He was deservedly proud of the fact that he worked on his own schedule and for himself as he did what he loved — he created art.
His inspiration, in part, came from his mother Virginia who was also an artist, and his love of comic books as a young child.
Beyond his art, he loved his friends, his sister and their family, his niece and nephew, his music, his cousins, his Hawkeyes and his best friend and constant companion over the last six years, his dog Penny. Penny and Bill were inseparable.
In addition to his art, Bill was a talented musician who built a private recording studio in his home, where he wrote, played and recorded music regularly with a group of friends. They performed publicly on a few occasions, but they particularly enjoyed their time playing together.
He was an outstanding athlete in multiple sports in high school and continued to play basketball throughout his life.
He had an extraordinary sense of humor that was showcased when he was creating a caricature. His lively repartee was a part of the theater that brought many families back year after year to have caricatures drawn.
He was a genuine friend who became a friend for life once you were drawn into his circle. He would do anything to help a friend. He lit up every room he entered, and he lived life on his own terms.
Bill married LeeAnne Schindel in 1973. While they divorced, they remained good friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Wayne Wendell Luse and Virginia Rose Luse (Sanborn); his brother, James Wayne Luse (Jimmy) and sister, Rosalie Virginia Luse (Rosie).
He is survived by his sister, Cynthia Luse-McKeen, who resides in Chicago with her husband, P Douglas McKeen. He was a favorite uncle to his niece Hanna Luse Bartels (husband Doug) and nephew Jordan Luse McKeen. He is also survived by his many great friends, cousins, uncles and aunts.
There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even after they are gone, the light remains.
“None of us will ever accomplish anything excellent or commanding except when he listens to the whisper which is heard by him alone.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Brian Van Norman
Brian Van Norman
Class of 1969
Passed Aug 23, 2010
Brian Wayne Van Norman, 59, of Sioux City died Monday, Aug. 23, 2010, at his residence. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at Morningside Chapel, Christy-Smith Funeral Home, with the Rev. David Denzer officiating. Burial will be in Graceland Park Cemetery, with military rites conducted by the U.S. Army. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. today, with the family present 6 to 8 p.m., at the funeral home. Condolences may be sent online to www.christysmith.com. Brian was born Jan. 30, 1951, in Sioux City, the son of Wayne "Red" and Luella (Thoms) Van Norman. He attended school and graduated from Woodbury Central High School. He continued his education at the University of Iowa, majoring in accounting and receiving his bachelor of arts degree. Following college, he attained his CPA certification. He entered the U.S. Army in 1971 and was honorably discharged in 1973. He married Lauri Lonseth on July 16, 1977, in Sioux City. He worked for Williams and Co., and Terra Chemical for 20 years. While working at Terra, the couple lived in Arkansas, Tennessee, Indiana and Iowa. Brian was the manager of accounting and finance for GELITA USA. He also was an officer of the company, holding the position of assistant treasurer and secretary. His business responsibilities provided him with the opportunity to travel abroad and collaborate with colleagues from around the world. He was a 30-year member of AICPA. Brian was a Hawkeye fan. He enjoyed traveling, reading, sports and he never missed a crossword puzzle in the Journal. He was an avid golfer and member of Two Rivers Golf Club. Survivors include his wife, Lauri Van Norman of Sioux City; three daughters, Rachel and Brandon Burns of Arvada, Colo., Emily Van Norman of Omaha and Katie Van Norman and her fiance, Nick Stille of Omaha; a granddaughter, Kaylee Burns of Arvada; his twin brother, Brad Van Norman of Tucson, Ariz.; and two brothers, Ron and Edyie Lohse of Veronia, Ore., and Gary and Jeneene Lohse of Pierson, Iowa. He was preceded in death by his parents, Wayne "Red" Van Norman and Luella Marie Van Norman; and a brother, Dennis Lohse. Pallbearers will be Burnie Baker, Ron Halvorson, Dennis LaBrune, Rob Mayberry, Bruce Meyer and Dan Ryan. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Siouxland in Brian's name.
Connie Davis Balcer
Connie Davis Balcer
Class of 1969
Passed Jan 02, 2011
Connie L. Balcer, age 59, passed away with her loving husband by her side on Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011, at the Glendive Medical Center.
Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m., with a family and friends service at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 5, at the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home in Glendive. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 6, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Glendive, with Pastor Avis Anderson officiating. Interment will be in the Dawson County Cemetery in Glendive. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Glendive has been entrusted with the arrangements.
Connie was born Sept. 10, 1951, in Sioux City, Iowa, the daughter of Robert and Darlene (Bleil) Davis. Connie attended Woodbury Central High School in Moville, Iowa, and graduated in 1969. She attended Springfield College in Springfield, S.D., where she received her associate's degree in business. Connie worked for Boeing in Rapid City, S.D., and later moved to Sturgis, S.D., where she had worked for the Veteran's Hospital. While living in South Dakota, Connie met her first husband, Darrell Steffes, and to this union, twin daughters Bekki and Brandi were born. Shortly after the birth of her daughters, she moved back to Iowa before moving to Glendive to be near her sister Cathy, where she has resided since.
On Nov. 29, 1980, Connie married the love of her life, Les Balcer. To this union, he became the father of her twin daughters. On May 14, 1982, a son, Bobby, was born.
Connie was employed with the State of Montana at Job Service as an Employment Specialist for 29 years until she retired in January of 2009.
Connie's pride and joy was her family. She was affectionately known as "Nana" by all of her grandchildren. Connie always enjoyed life to the fullest, and she always kept her family on their toes with her amazing humor. She enjoyed traveling the last three years, creating family memories, and that was highlighted by the cruise to the Caribbean two years ago with her husband and children. Connie enjoyed golfing, dancing and listening to '50s and '60s music.
Connie had successfully beaten breast cancer for 10 years, and battled lung cancer the last three years, with her family and friends by her side. Connie was an inspiration to everyone who knew her, especially her friends who were going through the same struggles she was. Connie always put others before herself. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Connie was preceded in death by her cousin, Doyle Bleil; and stepfather-in-law Don Brant.
She is survived by her loving husband, Les Balcer of Glendive; daughters, Bekki (Mark) Franks of Glendive and Brandi (Mike) Ollerman of Livingston; son, Bobby (Kylah) Balcer of Katy, Texas; her parents, Robert and Darlene Davis of Moville, Iowa; brothers, Rob (Julie) Davis, and Craig (Debbie) Davis, all of Moville; sister, Cathy (Terry) Lobdell of Glendive; seven grandchildren, Morgan, Axton, Haiden, Lauryn, Kainen, Russell and Knox; father-in-law, Leo Balcer; mother-in-law, Mona Brant; numerous nieces and nephews; numerous in-laws; and her faithful dog Muggins.
David  Sargent
David Sargent
Class of 1969
Passed Aug 01, 1979
David C. Sargent was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sargent in Kingsley, Iowa, the second of four sons.
After high school, he attended Western Iowa Community College in auto body repair. He moved to Sioux City in 1973 and married Jan Kjeldseth on December 1, 1973. He was employed at Neal Station by Iowa Public Service.
David died of leukemia, an illness that he had for almost two years. He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Sioux City.
David was survived by his wife; a daughter Jody; his parents; three brothers, Randy, Marty and Brian.
Donna Jean Wood
Donna Jean Wood
Class of 1969
Passed Apr 30, 1976
Donna Jean Wood was born to Howard and Arlene Wood in Sioux City. After high school, she attended Iowa Lakes Community College and Northwestern College.
She was a member of Moville United Methodist Church and a past Worthy Advisor of the Moville Rainbow Assembly 111. She was employed by Zenith Corporation in Sioux City.
Donna died in a car accident and was survived by her parents; brother Henry and sister Barbara.
Douglas D Vohs
Douglas D Vohs
Class of 1969
Passed Oct 04, 2006
The funeral for Douglas D. Vohs, 55, of Valley, Nebraska will be 10 a.m. Monday at Ludvigsen Mortuary Chapel in Fremont.
He died Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006, at his home.
He was born Sept. 6, 1951, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Adolph and Evelyn (Powers) Vohs. He grew up in rural Sioux City and graduated from high school in Moville, Iowa. He served in the U.S. Army from January 1971 to December 1972 and then returned to Moville. He operated his own over-the-road truck as well as driving for other truck lines throughout the years. Most recently he operated heavy equipment for Omni Asphalt of Omaha.
He had been married to Peggy Forch. Then on Aug. 19, 2006, he married Sandy Hagelstien, and they had resided in Valley.
Survivors include: his wife, Sandy; a daughter, Melissa Vohs of Sioux City; a son, Marty Vohs (and wife, Deb) of Moville; two sisters, Joan (and husband, Roger) Murray of Lincoln and Janice (and husband, Douglas) Kracht of Peterson, Iowa; and three grandchildren.
The Rev. Tom Shaw will officiate Monday's service. Visitation will be from 2-8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home with family receiving friends from 4-8 p.m. Burial with military honors will be in Memorial Park Cemetery in Sioux City.
Gary L. Davidson
Gary L. Davidson
Class of 1969
Passed Apr 07, 2018
Gary L. Davidson, 67, of Burkburnett, Texas, passed away Saturday, April 7, 2018.
The family received friends from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home of Burkburnett.
Graveside services with military honors were held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at Ft. Sill National Cemetery in Elgin, Oklahoma, under the direction of Owens & Brumley Funeral Home in Burkburnett.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.owensandbrumley.com
Gary was born on March 8, 1951 in Sioux City, Iowa to Marshall and Canice (Calhoun) Davidson.
He served our country proudly in the United States Army.
Gary was an avid mechanic. He loved working on tractors, enjoyed flying, and was a Ham Radio operator.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Marshall and Canice Davidson; his brother, Tom Davidson; and his grandson, Trevor Hancock.
He is survived by his sons, Nathan Davidson and wife Jessie of Searcy, Arkansas, and Josh Davidson and wife Meadow of Burkburnett; his daughter, Kary Hill of Ft. Mill, South Carolina; six brothers: Ron, George, Kelly, Cory, Danny, and Mike Davidson; and one sister, Trudy Bader, all of Iowa; ten grandchildren: Zakkary, Jakob, Alexander, Gary, Ross, Harley, Corbin, Velissa, Tristen, and Tanner; one great-grandchild, Louella; and numerous nieces and nephews, family and friends.
Joel Bryan
Joel Bryan
Class of 1969
Passed Jun 22, 2021
Joel C. Bryan “Joe”, age 70, of Moville, was made perfect and pain-free on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. His battle with cancer began in January 2019 but he never gave up. He fought it as he lived, with dignity, bravery and strength, never complaining. His last days were blessed with family as well as amazing staff from St. Croix Hospice. He was surrounded by love of his family on his journey to our Lord. Joe passed this life as he lived, with dignity, integrity and grace. A funeral service will be held on Sunday, June 27, 2021 at 9:30 a.m. at the St. John Lutheran Church, 155 Deer Run Trail, of Climbing Hill with Pastor David Schoop officiating. Burial will be held at the West Fork Township Cemetery of Climbing Hill with military rites conducted by the American Legion Wink-Sparks Post #303 of Moville. A visitation will be held on Friday, June 25, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the Nicklas D. Jensen Funeral Home of Moville. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the Freedom Service Dogs of America. The Nicklas D. Jensen Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Joe was born on February 6, 1951, to Sylvan and Ellen Bryan of Climbing Hill, Iowa. Joe grew up handsome and strong, breaking horses, farming, bull riding, bull dogging, and roping. Joe has 3 siblings, David of Windsor, Mo. , Mike of Mexico, Susan Lefebvre of Mapleton, Ia.

Joe graduated from Woodbury Central in 1969. Joe attended Iowa Lakes Community College and WITC Meat Cutting School. Joe drew #16 in the Viet Nam draft lottery. Every job interview ended when asked his draft #. He was told to come back after he returned.

He and Patti planned to marry after her graduation in 1971. The Lord had other plans, as He knows our entire life’s story.

Instead Joe and Patti married on November 22, 1970 and had 2 months together before he was called to duty.

Joe proudly served our great country for 20 years and 29 days. His Military career began when he attended Basic Training in Fort Leonard Wood Mo. He then served in Fort Sill, nearly 2 years. He and Patti then returned to Iowa to the family farm. In 1986 Joe joined the Iowa National Guard, 133th Cavalry in Sioux City, Iowa, Red Bull Division. During this National Guard service, he was called to Active Duty to serve in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Joe served with Fox Company, Red Bull Brigade, 1st of 1-133rd Infantry out of Waterloo Iowa. He served in Iraq for almost 2 years in an extended stint of duty. When his unit left Iraq, the campaign was Operation Enduring Freedom. He received several commendations, awards and medals, as he was outstanding in his service as well as his private life. Joe made many wonderful friends in these soldiers he served with and was proud to know every one of them.

Aside from his Military Service, he served as a Bridge Inspector the IDOT until retirement in 2016.

To their marriage were born 3 amazing children, Jason Craig, Brandon Michael and Jessica Jo. Jason and Heather blessed Joe and Patti with 2 grandsons, Chase and Hunter Bryan. Jessica and Darren Strain blessed us with 4 granddaughters, Keeley and Mykenna Beers and JJ and Cadence Strain.

Joe LOVED his family and spending time creating his acreage, hunting, fishing, kayaking and boating with his children and grandchildren. He and Patti also enjoyed going to concerts together, riding in their 4 wheeler with Getty and Dolly Jo and just being TOGETHER. We will carry in our hearts many treasured memories of our beloved Joe.

Joe has been a member of St. John’s Lutheran church in Climbing Hill since 1971. He especially LOVED Pastor Schoop’s Bible Studies; the warmth, kindness, and fellowship of the congregation there.

Joe was preceded in death by his son, Brandon and his parents
John (jack) Moss
John (Jack) Moss
Class of 1969
Passed Nov 05, 2020
John “Jack” Moss, age 69, of Moville, passed away on Thursday, November 05, 2020 at the Hope Harbor - Buena Vista Regional Medical Center of Storm Lake. A visitation will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2020 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Nicklas D. Jensen Funeral Home of Moville. Burial will be held at a later date.

John “Jack” Moss was born February 13, 1951 in Sioux City, Iowa to Jim and Edna Mae (Wright) Moss. He graduated from Woodbury Central High School in 1969 and joined the Navy shortly after. He served in the Vietnam War.

Jack was married to Peggy Shoecraft on April 15, 1972 in Kingsley, IA. They were blessed with one son, Corey and they made their home in Moville.

Jack enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson motorcycles, fishing, and spending time with friends and family.

Jack is survived by his wife Peggy; one son, Corey and wife Tara of Moville, IA; two grandchildren, Aaron and Elexis; brothers and sisters, Jim Moss of Moville, IA, Jane Jamison of Biloxi, MS, Jerry Moss of Ozark, MO, Sam (Steve) Thomas of Moville, IA, Jeannie (Ronne) Krueger of Moville, IA, and Jeff (Rhonda) Moss of Anthon, IA and many nieces, nephews and extended relatives.

Jack was preceded in death by his parents, Jim and Edna Mae Moss.
Kenneth Molstad
Kenneth Molstad
Class of 1969
Passed Oct 01, 1972
Kenneth Molstad was born in Sioux City, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Molstad. He continued his education at the University of South Dakota at Springfield and was in his senior year. Ken was scheduled to begin his student teaching at Tyndall, South Dakota on October 24 in mathematics.
Kenneth took a very active part in 4-H work as a member of the Moville Progressive Ags. He was a member of the Moville United Methodist Church and the South Dakota Athletic Officials Association. He was vice president of his college dormitory in Springfield.
Ken was survived by his parents; his brother Donald.
According to reports, three Springfield students were killed in a two-car head-on collision six miles west of Yankton on Hwy 50.
Melodee Ruring Kagy
Melodee Ruring Kagy
Class of 1969
Passed Feb 27, 2021
Melodee attended school with our class but did not graduate from WC in 1969. https://www.harmanwrightmortuary.com/obituary/Melodee-Kagy
Michael Steinhauer
Michael Steinhauer
Class of 1969
Passed Dec 25, 2019
Michael Floyd Steinhauer, 68, of Grand Ronde, Oregon, formerly of Climbing Hill, died Wednesday, December 25, 2019 at his home. Private arrangements are with family.
Michael was born on September 10, 1951 in Sioux City. He was raised in the Climbing Hill area and graduated from Woodbury Central School. He then attended the University of Iowa. He worked for IBM in Colorado and Arizona until his retirement.
Survivors include his daughter, Micky Steinhauer Thompson, and his sisters, Patricia K. Steinhauer and Carol Ann Fitzgerald.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Linda; a daughter, Danielle; and his parents, Helen and Ralph Steinhauer.
Rex Corley
Rex Corley
Class of 1969
Passed Jun 26, 1989
Rex A. Corley Jr. was born in Alliance, Nebraska to Mr. and Mrs. Rex A. Corley. After high school he attended Iowa Lakes Community College and graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 1973.
He was employed by John Deere in Waterloo until his illness forced him to retire in 1986.
Rex was survived by his wife Doreen; three daughters, Peggy, Carrie and Alicia; a step son Derek; his parents; four sisters, Dianne, Donna, Carol and Cathy; and one brother Tommy.
Richard Nash
Richard Nash
Class of 1969
Passed Aug 07, 2014
Richard "Dick" Nash, 63, of Moville passed away Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, at a Sioux City hospital.
Memorial services will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Moville United Methodist Church in Moville, with the Rev. Ed Frank officiating. Burial of the ashes will be in Arlington Township Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service. Arrangements are under the direction of McCulloch Chapel, Christy-Smith Funeral Home in Moville.
Richard L. Nash was born June 1, 1951, in Kingsley, Iowa, the son of Viola (Wiertzema) and Robert Nash. He attended Woodbury Central High School and graduated in 1969. Dick continued his education at Iowa Lakes Community College and Morningside College, where he earned a BA degree in education. After graduation, Dick joined the U.S. Army and spent two years as a military policeman while stationed in Germany.
Upon his return from the service, he taught in Homer, Neb., and Sloan, Iowa. Dick later went to work for the Continental Baking Co. in Sioux City and then for USG in Fort Dodge, Iowa. He then returned to Moville in 2001 and worked for the Woodbury County Sheriff’s Department in Sioux City.
Dick was an avid fisherman and looked forward to his yearly Canadian fishing trip with his three sons and his brother, Brad.
Dick will be lovingly remembered by his three sons, Rob and Cassandra, Russ and Melanie and Rich and Brooke; his six grandchildren, Rand, Ryann, R.C., Risa, Abe and Lanie; his mother, Viola Nash; and his brother, Brad and Viola Nash.
Dick was preceded in death by his father, Robert; and his brother, Randy.
Robert C. Neustrom
Robert C. Neustrom
Class of 1969
Passed Jul 24, 2018
Robert “Bob” C. Neustrom, 68, of Moville, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, July 24, 2018, at a hospital in Omaha.
Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Rohde Funeral Home in Kingsley, Iowa, followed by a Masonic service. Visitation with the family will be 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Robert Charles Neustrom was born on June 23, 1950, the son of Robert M. and Shirley (Thomas) Neustrom, in Sioux City. He grew up in the Moville area graduating from Woodbury Central High School in 1969. Following graduation from high school, Bob attended meat cutting school at Western Iowa Tech Community College in Sioux City. In 1970, Bob joined the National Guard where he served for six years.
In addition to other jobs held, he worked at Armour Meat Packing and co-owned and operated a trucking business with his father in the late 1970s. In 1974, Bob began working with Woodbury County Secondary Road Division, where he was responsible for repair and maintenance of secondary roads in Woodbury County for 38 years. Bob worked this job until his retirement in 2012.
On March 25, 1998, Bob and his wife, Jan, eloped in a private wedding ceremony held in Las Vegas, Nev. Upon this union Bob took on two of his favorite roles in life, that of father and grandfather.
Bob was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Sioux City, where he obtained the level of Scottish Rite in the 32nd degree.
Bob enjoyed a number of hobbies and interests over the years. In his youth, he enjoyed playing football which in later years he enjoyed watching, whether it was his grandson playing or with his family enjoying a nice Iowa vs. Nebraska rivalry game. He also took much pleasure in racing motocross, snow skiing and fishing. Fishing was a passion of Bob that he passed down to his grandchildren one by one.
Survivors include his wife, Janice of Moville; two daughters, Michelle (Dr. Stephen Brown), Omaha, and Sheila (Rick) Volk, Elkhorn, Neb.; five grandchildren, Camille Brown, Alec Brown, Olivia Volk, Ava Volk and Lillian Volk all whom Bob adored and cherished. Bob is also survived by four brothers, Terry Neustrom, and Tim (Laura) Neustrom, both of Sioux City, Kelly Neustrom of Moville, and Kirk Neustrom of Iowa City, Iowa; a sister-in-law, Emmy Neustrom of Sioux Falls, S.D.; and several nieces and nephews.
Bob was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Tom; parents-in-law, Loren and Eloise Herbold; and a sister-in-law, Judy Herbold.
Ted Wright
Ted Wright
Class of 1969
Passed Nov 15, 1992
Ted K. Wright, the son of Morris and Audrey Wright, was born in Kingsley. After high school, he attended Morningside College and graduated with a business degree. He went to work for Fruehauf Trailer Sales.
On June 14, 1976, he married Ms March in Santa Ana, California. He lived in the Kingsley Pierson area and was an avid sportsman. He was associated with Wright Earthmoving Co.
Ted was survived by his wife; two sons, Toby and Andrew; three daughters, Bobbie, Jena and Erin; his parents; two brothers, Don and Roger.
Teri Sue Lidgett Wachter
Teri Sue Lidgett Wachter
Class of 1969
Passed Mar 01, 1982
Teri Sue Lidgett-Wachter died March 1, 1982 in a Sioux City hospital after a long illness. She was buried in Glenwood, Iowa.
Teri Sue was born August 5, 1951 in Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Lidgett. She moved to Glenwood at the age of 7 before moving to Moville where she attended and graduated from Woodbury Central.
On February 9, 1979, she married Joe Wachter at Climbing Hill. She worked at the stockyards until poor health forced her to retire.
She was survived by her husband; one daughter, Sarah Jo; her father and step-mother; brothers: Leo, Virgil and Steven.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Wanona, in 1967.

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