Browse Items (500 total)

SumnerCarol0001.pdf
Written Memory

Written Memory

Written Memory

CAPT. GEORGE CARTER, LT. HENRY TANK, AND FIREFIGHTER GEORGE SUMNERS.jpg
George A. Carter, 40. He was Captain of the Rapid City Fire Department, but perished during a rescue mission. He was survived by his wife, three daughters, his mother and one brother. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

Written Memory

OLIVE P CHAMBERLAIN.jpg
Olive P. Chamberlain, 76, widow. A Salesperson for Curtis Circulation Company. She lived at 27 E. Omaha where she perished. She was survived by one son and one daughter. Buried at the Mountain View Cemetery.

As a County Probation Officer, Charles Childs was involved in the rescue efforts and put in charge of the Missing Person/ Body Identification process.

Written Memory

unknown_woman.jpg
Mary F. Chase, 52. She was employed at the Vila Ranchereo branch of the First National Bank of the Black Hills. She was married to an Ellsworth AFB Airman. She was survived by her husband, one daughter and her mother. Buried in the Black Hills…

Twyla Rae photo.jpg
Twyla Rae Schilling Chase was born Aug 25, 1953 in Walworth County South Dakota to Harold A Schilling and Lorraine Sulzle Schilling.

She married Samuel R Chase Jr , formerly of Belle Fourche, May 23, 1970 in Akaska, Walworth County South Dakota.…

SDOHP0508 - Mechling, Chris.pdf
Major, 109th Engineering Battalion; Drainage and demolition of dam on Deadman's Creek above Sturgis; Reconnaissance patrol on which 2 Guardsmen were lost; Evacuation of people from flooded areas of Sturgis.

Written Memory

Joyce Christianson grave.jpg
She was born to Oscar Christianson and Marie Coleman or Colemer, she was at the time of her death a foster daughter to Walter Juhnke, who also died in the flood, she was survived by her father and a brother Wayne Christianson in Watertown SD, her…

Cecil Leroy Coker.jpg
Cecil L. Coker, 74, retired rancher. Fifth child of William Silas & Jane (Alexander) Coker. Husband of Nellie Heath and father of Ronald Leroy Coker (killed in Vietnam) as well as three other children. He perished with his wife of three months. He…

MELVIN & FLORA COKER.jpg
Flora Napier Allen Coker, 73. She perished with her husband of three months. She was survived three sons, one brother and three sisters.

RUFFAS & GERTRUDE COLDWELL.jpg
Gertrude Coldwell, 71. A registered nurse lived in the Braebburn Addition and perished with her husband. She was survived by one son and two sisters. Buried in the Mountain View Cemetery.

RUFFAS & GERTRUDE COLDWELL.jpg
Rufus M. Coldwell, 74. Founded and owned Motive Parts and Supply, Inc. He perished with his wife. He was survived by one son. Buried in the Mountain View Cemetery.

REV. FRANCIS J. COLLINS, S.J..jpg
Rev. Francis John Collins, S.J., 69. Superior of Mother Butler. He perished after being trapped in the recreational hall of the Mother Butler Center. He was survived by relatives. Buried in the Holy Rosary Cemetery on the Rosebud Reservation.

MYRON H CORBIN.jpg
Myron Henry Corbin, 44. A member of the National Guard from Webster, SD. He perished while trying to help others in the flood. He was survived by his wife, one son, three daughters, his mother, four sisters and three brothers. Buried in the Milbank…

MARY CORNER.jpg
Mary Bea Corner, 48, widow. Owned the La Femme women’s clothing store and sold real estate. She was survived by one son and one daughter. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2