Albert C. Whitlatch, 90, of Wolsey died Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at SunQuest Healthcare Center in Huron. His funeral service was Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the Kuhler Funeral Home in Huron. Burial will be in the Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA. Albert Carson Whitlatch was born May 8, 1924 at Littleton, WV, to Orpha B. Robinson and Albert C. “A.C.” Whitlatch. He grew up at Littleton and graduated from Littleton High School. He enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in the European Theater during World War II, including Germany. He earned a Purple Heart and numerous other medals for his service. He continued his education after his discharge from the Army, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in English from West Liberty College in Wheeling, VA. He later earned a Master’s Degree in Administration
Albert C. Whitlatch, 90, of Wolsey died Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at SunQuest Healthcare Center in Huron. Funeral services will be Saturday, October 25 at 11 a.m. CT at Kuhler Funeral Home in Huron with visitation starting at 9 a.m. Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA. Mr. Whitlatch and his wife Terri taught school at White Horse for many years.
A memorial service for Arleen Jacobsen Brown, 93, of Issaquah, WA was held at the Overlake Park Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, September 24, 2014. Arleen passed away September 7, 2014 in Issaquah. Arleen was born October 28, 1920 to Peter, Sr. and Emma (Jessen) Jacobsen who came to the Timber Lake area to homestead in the early spring of 1910. The homestead was approximately three miles north and three miles west of Timber Lake. They moved 11 miles north to a place just short of the Grand River in 1929 and lived there on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation until 1936. Arleen first attended school at the Taylor School and then the Chapel School and graduated from Timber Lake High School in 1937. Arleen’s brother Peter, Jr. was born in 1918. Arleen married Edmund R. Brown. They lived in Minneapolis, MN and later in Bellevue, WA where Edmund worked for the Boeing Company and Arleen was associated with an export company. They had no children
Mass of Christian Burial for Lois M. Aberle, 63, of Mobridge was held Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Mobridge. Burial was at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home.
Lois passed away Thursday, October 9, 2014 at her home. Lois Marie Sunderland was born October 27, 1950 to Ernestine (Landis) and Leslie Sunderland in Mobridge, the second of two children. She graduated from Mobridge High School.
On May 25, 1974 she was married to Leo J. Aberle in Mobridge. They moved with their two daughters, Kristi and Jody, to rural Glencross. A daughter Suzanne was added to the family while living in Glencross. They raised their family in McIntosh and Java before moving to Pierre in 1998. Leo passed away in May, 2012. Lois moved back to Mobridge in 2013.
John Patrick Burns, 85, of Washington was born in Timber Lake and graduated from Timber Lake High School in 1947. He moved to Colorado for a year, then enlisted in the Navy for 4 years. After completing his military service he lived in Parker, CO and worked as a sales representative for about 25 years. He then changed jobs and worked for the U.S. Postal Service until retirement. Pat enjoyed his horses, roping, and riding Colorado mountain trails. Golf was his passion and he was very competitive. Pat lived in Arizona for 11 years. When his Parkinson’s disease progressed he and his wife moved