Sturgis adult campground
He enjoyed giving away his sweet corn and silver eagle coins for special occasions.
La Verne believed that health, family, and friends were the most important things in life, because without them you have nothing.
A year later he lost kidney function and had kidney dialysis three days a week in Pierre.
The nurses and other patients became good friends with La Verne, as most people did.
Myrtle ran the local café and Alex was the deputy sheriff and operated the bar.
Julia was preceded in death by her husband, John Carroll Broecher in 1974; a son, Warren; a great grandson, Luke Hanson, and siblings, Daniel, Kenneth, Helen, James, Wilbert, Leonard, Anton, Thomas and Bernard.