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Eunice is survived by her significant other Darrel Lindvedt and her two sons and their families; Sioux Falls resident Morgan, his wife Gretchen, and two daughters Autumn (16) and Eden (14).
Minneapolis resident Rob, his fiancé Katrina King of Phoenix, AZ, daughter Brittan (19) of Rapid City, SD and son Baron (15) of Minneapolis.
He worked for the South Dakota Department of Transportation for 35 years.
He then worked for Sam’s Club, and then after moving to Pierre, worked for Wal-Mart.
Christmas was an important time at the Miller household! Miller of Presho and Allen (Candy) Miller of Beulah, WY; daughter, Linda Gifford (Wayne Vincent) of Faulkton; seven grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and a special friend, Renee Miller.
La Vern “Vern” Baumeister, 88, of Pierre, died February 15 at Avera St. Memorial Service will be pm, Saturday, April 7 at Christ the King Catholic Church with Inurnment at Holy Angels Cemetery.
They farmed north of Witten until 1965, when they purchased a ranch north of Kennebec. Darline then moved into Kennebec where she made her home until 2010 at which time she entered the Faulkton Healthcare Center, where she remained until the time of her death. As the wife of a rancher, she worked in the fields - mowing and stacking hay, repairing broken sickles like any farmer could, caring for the livestock, and helping brand and vaccinate cattle.
Born on March 25, 1935 to Millard (Mick) and Henrietta (Mc Cormick) Harvey in Presho, SD, Eunice lived her childhood years on the family farm south of Vivian and attended Vivian Public Schools until her high school graduation in 1953.
One of their favorite passions together was watching the Minnesota Twins either on TV or up in Minneapolis. As proud as she was of her grandkids and their achievements, her competitive personality never quite allowed her to actually throw a game.
The relationship Eunice had with her grandchildren was very tight knit, filled with many pitch tournaments and laughs.
In 2012 a relationship sparked between her and Darrel Lindvedt. They spent many hours visiting their children and grandchildren and rarely missed an event or activity.
They were a constant fixture throughout the area whether at morning coffee or community events.
Eunice loved living in Vivian and was very involved with the town business and the special events such as the 4th of July celebrations.