Location: Meade County SD

Cahill, Joseph Earl – Obituary

Funeral services for Joseph Earl Cahill, who died early Saturday morning at his home in Sturgis, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the F. O. Jolley Funeral Home with Rev. Clayton Berry officiating. Burial will be in the Bear Butte Cemetery under the direction of the F. O. Jolley Funeral Home. Cahill was born on October 2, 1897, at Chicago, Ill., to Simon and Ida Cahill. At the age of 17 he came to a ranch on Flint Rock Creek north of Red Elm. On Oct. 30, 1926 he married Alice V. Boers at Dupree, and in 1943

Street, Victoria Hewitt – Obituary

Mrs. Leslie Street passed away at her home in Sturgis Saturday evening [April 20, 1965]. Jesse [Victoria] Hewitt Street was born in Streeter, Ill., March 16, 1878, where she grew to womanhood and was married at Peoria, Ill., in 1899 to Leslie Street. They came to South Dakota in 1911, settling near Faith where they lived until 1945 when they moved to Sturgis. Mrs. Street passed away here in 1949. She is survived by one son, Harry of Rapid City; two daughters, Mrs. May Fuller of Rapid City and Mrs. Evelyn Marshall of Clayton, Idaho; one sister, Mrs. Alice Yeast

Cahill, Alice V. Boers – Obituary

Funeral services for Alice V. Cahill, who died Thursday evening at the Sturgis Community Memorial Hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the F. O. Jolley Funeral Home, with Rev. Harold Fitch officiating. Burial will be in the Bear Butte Cemetery under the direction of the F. O. Jolley Funeral Home. Alice Boers was born on June 14, 1905 at Lacon, Ill. to Ole and Daisy [Hewitt] Boers. The family moved to South Dakota in 1911, returning to Lacon until 1915 when they returned to South Dakota. In 1917 they moved to Seattle, Wash. returning to South Dakota

Boers, Ole Jacob – Obituary

Ole Jacob Boers was born May 19, 1878 at Lacon, Illinois, and passed away at his home in Sturgis, Friday morning, following a lingering illness. He grew to manhood at Lacon and on August 24, 1902, he was united in marriage to Daisy Ellen Hewitt. Born to this union were four children, two boys and two girls, the eldest son, Ole Allison, died in infancy. Mr. Boers is survived by his widow, a son Louis of Sturgis and a daughter, Doris Boers, and a married daughter, Mrs. Joe Cahill of Sturgis. Also three grandchildren, Eugene Cahill, Sturgis Keith Cahill, with

Boers, Louis Paul – Obituary

Funeral services for Louis P. “Slim” Boers, Sturgis, were Friday at Carlsen-Jolley Funeral Home, Sturgis, with the Rev. Randy Hogarth officiating. Burial was at Black Hills National Cemetery will full military honors provided by the Sturgis Veterans Honor Guard. Boers, 78, died April 21, 1993, at his home. He was born Nov. 29, 1914, at Lacon, Ill. to Ole Jacob & Daisy Ellen (Hewitt) Boers. In 1917 he and his family moved to the Faith area where they lived for several years. They moved to Seattle, Wash., for a short time before returning to South Dakota. He served in the

Boers, Daisy Ellen Hewitt – Obituary

Funeral services for Mrs. Ole J. Boers who died at her home in Sturgis last Tuesday, were held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday from the D. O. Joiley Funeral Home, with Rev. H. A. Grote officiating. Special music for the service was furnished by Mrs. William Plunkett and Mrs. E. E. Grunwald. Casket bearers were William Plunkett, Chancey McMurray, Ernie Miller, Lester Babcock, Jack Doran and William Millette. Interment was made in the Bear Butte Cemetery. Daisy Ellen Boers was born January 13, 1876 at Streeter, Illinois and grew to womanhood in Illinois and Iowa. She was married to Ole J.

Ormsby, Nancy Custer – Obituary

News has been received here that Mrs. Nancy Ormsby, 69, died late Saturday night [May 15, 1960] in a hospital in Sturgis, S.D. Mrs. Ormsby, who lived at 412 Big Horn in Alliance, went to South Dakota Friday to visit her niece, Mrs. Eldon (Maxine) Herring. She apparently suffered a heart attack and was taken immediately to the hospital. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Gene (Opal) Whitmack of Kearney, and Mrs. Ted (Margaret) Evans of Mullen; and two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Morris of Hot Springs, N.M., and Mrs. Clara Moomey of Colorado Springs, Colo. She was a member