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Gary Engelstad, 26. He was a 2nd Lt. in the National Guard from Milbank, SD. He perished with two other Guardsmen while trying to rescue people from a car. He was survived by his wife and one daughter. Buried in the Mt. Hope Cemetery, Watertown, SD.

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Leila Erickson, 58. She perished with her husband, Orville. She was survived by one son and three daughters. Buried in the St. Patrick’s Catholic Cemetery in Montrose, SD.

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Orville Erickson, 63. He was a State Driver Examiner in Rapid City. He was survived by one son and three daughters. Buried in the St. Patrick’s Catholic Cemetery in Montrose, SD.

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Robert Van Fairbanks, 17. He was a student at Douglas High School and lived in the Box Elder area. He was survived by his parents and one sister. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Leon Ferber, 6. He perished with his mother and brother. He was survived by his father. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Noel Ferber, 3. Perished with his mother and brother. He was survived by his father. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Sharon L. Ferber, 31. She perished with two young sons. She was a bookkeeper for the Manor House Restaurant. She was survived by her husband. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Margaret Fox, 57. She lived with her husband in the Dark Canyon area. She was survived by one sister. Buried in the St Martins Cemetery, Emery, SD.

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Raymond Fox, 56. He worked as an Attorney adviser and lived in the Dark Canyon area. He was survived by his mother. Buried in the St. Martins Cemetery, Emery, SD.

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Alice H. Gall, 50. She perished along with his husband and six other members of the family. She was survived by two brothers and one sister. Buried in the Mount Calvary Cemetery, Rapid City, SD.

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Norvel R. Gall, 22. He perished along with his wife and six other members of the family. He was survived by two sisters. Buried in the Mount Calvary Cemetery, Rapid City, SD.

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Theophil Gall, 56. He was the manager of the Meadowood Lane Restaurant and Lounge. He perished with his wife and six other members of the family He was survived by his father and two daughters. Buried in the Mount Calvary Cemetery, Rapid City, SD.

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She was a 1971 graduate of Stevens High School in Rapid City, she is survived by her parents Gene Neal and Beverly Rossum Neal and two sisters Barbara and Susan all of Rapid City. She is also survived by a brother David Neal of Rapid City. Cathy…

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Lawrence A. Genovese, 48. A Fort Mead Medical resident living in the Nemo area at the time of his death. He was survived by one sister. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Martin C Genzler was born June 17,1910 in Oklahoma at Garber OK to Wilhelm Gensler and Bertha Mashanek, they both died in 1914 of Tuberculosis. Martin and his siblings that were under age were put in a Church Home.

Martin served in the US Army…

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Ruth H. Genzler, 58. She lived near the dog track by the creek in Black Hawk. She perished with her husband. She was survived by five sons and four daughters. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Jason Girton was born October 14, 1971 in Hot Springs SD to Robert Girton and Judith Bad Warrior.

He was survived by his parents, a brother Mark, and a sister Wendy. His grandparents - Mr and Mrs Lloyd Girton of Hot Springs, and Mrs. Margaret…

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Madeline H. Glover, 64. Perished with her husband, Oliver. She lived with her husband in the Starner Tract in the area of Omaha and LaCrosse Streets. She was survived by a son and a daughter. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Oliver C. Glover, 65. He perished with his wife. He lived with his wife in the Starner Tract in the area of Omaha and LaCrosse Streets. He was survived by one son and one daughter. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Dale C. Goodroad, 34. He was a cowboy and had worked on many ranches. At the time of his death he was returning to his home in Hill City from Keystone and was swept away in his car. He was survived by his mother and father, one brother and five…
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