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He took pride in his cattle herd, knowing each cow almost individually. As markets changed over time, he transitioned to raising more Angus, which he sure cussed a lot more on cattle working days.
Will passed away on January 14, 2018, at his home in Reliance after a short battle with cancer.
Julia lived independently until she was 100 before moving in with her daughter Jean.
Those left to mourn her passing include her children, Ruth (Carroll) Cash, Belle Fourche, Edith (Dale) Fischer, Hershey, NE, and Jean (Clifford) Kinsley, Murdo; siblings, Annabelle Mc Daniel, Rapid City, Fred Lebeda, Michigan, Betty (Russ) Beck, Pierre, and Leone Kreager, Valley, NE; 16 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren and seven great great grandchildren.
He attended school in Kennebec, SD and graduated from high school in 1951. In later years, he worked for Custom Wood Works until retiring in 2007.
6, 1934, in Dimock, SD, the son of Fernand and Elizabeth (Kummer) Schoenfelder. The couple lived most of their lives in the Sioux City area, where they owned and operated K-D Fir Farm, a mink ranch, for 25 years as well as Fashion Fur.
As a young child, the family moved to a farm northwest of Murdo where she attended country school.She is survived by her children: Dan (Merry) Houser of Des Moines, IA; Greg (Debbie) Houser of Gillette, WY; Susan (Doug) Wittenhagen of Holdridge, NE; and Mike Houser of Cle Elm, WA; 10 grandchildren; and 11 great grandchildren; two sisters Peggy Reis of Oacoma, SD and Colleen Short of Piedmont, SD; one brother Roland Hickey of Oacoma, SD; and multiple nieces and nephews that called her “Grandma Jo”. "Will" Reis, 62, of Reliance, SD, will be pm Friday, January 19, 2018 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Chamberlain, with burial in the Riverview Cemetery at Chamberlain.