In 2013, Gladys moved to Kalispell, MT to live with her daughter, Marilynn. M., Friday, June 1, 2018, at Faith Legion Community Hall. Interment will occur at Bear Butte Cemetery in Sturgis around P. Memorials can be made to Faith Legion Community Hall, Lions Club, or an organization of your choice in Gladys Petersons name.
In July 2017 Gladys moved in to Prestige Assisted Living. Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Edward Allen Tripp Sr., was born September 14, 1928 in East Hartford, CT, to Edward and Katherine (OBrien) Tripp in their home. They lived a short time in East Hartford then moved to South Windsor, CT, and finally settled in Glastonbury, CT, where they raised their family. Evelyn passed away June 25, 2011, one day before their 65th anniversary. He was a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.
They had four children, Lois Luverne Peterson, Mark Le Roy Peterson, Sr., Marilynn Joyce Peterson Aasheim, and Carl Harvey Peterson, Sr. As babysitting was not the norm, the children were always taken to the dances. When it became late the children were put on the benches, and slept covered with coats.
The adults continued to dance and visit with their friends.
Preceding Gladys in death were her parents, George and Susan Hansell; husband, Harvey; daughter, Lois; son, Mark, Sr. Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Danny was born May 11, 1950, in Sturgis, SD, the son of Bill and Dorothy (Chaney) Hayes. Danny started his career in EMS in 1971 and graduated from South West Oklahoma City Community College with a Masters in EMS Training.
(Nina); son-in-law, Lester Aasheim; sisters, Laverne (Ercile) Gaumer, and Betty (Farnham) and Clifford Hardacre; brothers, Robert (Bernie) Faler, George (Eve) Faler, Franklin (Mary) Walker, Zachary Peterson, and Sharilyn Peterson; and friend, Joseph Overland. He ended his career as a Paramedic and was the SD Director of EMS.
Through the years, Danny served as the SD EMT Association Training Officer, the SD EMT Association President, and served on the SD Public Safety Communications Council and the DOT Division of Planning and Engineering. Luke's Careflight in Aberdeen and the Aberdeen Fire Department, as a paramedic for the Sturgis Ambulance Service, and as a training specialist for the SD EMS in Rapid City.
Following high school, Calvin attended South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, following his interest in rocks by majoring in geological engineering.
With one quarter left until graduation, he was drafted into the U. Navy, joining other members of the Great Generation, serving from 1944-1946.He was the husband of Sandi (Droppers) Hayes and they shared 47 years together.