Anton B. Zieglmeier, 31. He was the Division Manager for Sears and lived at 3924 West Chicago Street, where he was electrocuted in the flood. He was survived by his wife, one son and one daughter. Buried in the Mountain View Cemetery, Rapid City.
Tracy Winsel, 5. He perished with his mother and sister and four other family members. He was survived by his father Raymond Allen Winsel who currently resides in Rapid City. Buried in the Mount Calvary Cemetery, Rapid City.
Lisa Winsel, 2. She perished with her mother and brother and four other family members. She was survived by her father Raymond Allen Winsel who currently resides in Rapid City. Buried in the Mount Calvary Cemetery, Rapid City.
Daniel Wickard, 26. He volunteered as a reserve officer, working with a regular duty officer. He perished while trying to save others lives. He was survived by his wife, two daughters and his parents. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.
Phyllis A. Whiting, 44. She perished with her husband while working with the Radio Emergency Assistance Communication Team. She was survived by two sons, one daughter, her mother and one sister. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.
Herbert Whiting, 47. He was a Master Electrician at the Whiting Electric Company. He and his wife perished while helping with the Radio Emergency Assistance Communication Team. He was survived by two sons, one daughter, one brother and one sister.…
She was born to Pedro Egnatich and Maria Vujoich Egnatich, she came to the US in 1920 and she and her husband lived in Lead SD until 1967 when they moved to California. Her husband Trivko died in 1969 and she moved to Rapid City where her son was…
Rosemary Tolzien Vogt was born August 30, 1930 in South Dakota to Lawrence Tolzien and Marion Davison Tolzien. In the 1930 census Marion Tolzien is 16 years old and living with her parents in Clark county SD but Lawrence is not with her, this was in…
Portia Burkhead Van Leuven was born in Monroe Adams county Indiana January 23, 1923 to Loren Burkhead SR and Stella Boxley Burkhead. The family is still there in the 1930 census where her father was a farmer.
Francis G. VanLeuven, 53. He was a Carpenter and Contractor. He lived with his wife at 704 Chicago Street, where he and his wife perished. He was survived by one daughter and two brothers. He was buried in the Mountain View Cemetery, Rapid City.