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April 30th, 2014

Theodore “Ted” John Degen, Jr._______

Theodore (Ted) John Degen, Jr., 77, of Cottonwood, S.D., passed away on April 26, 2014.
He was born in Alexandria on February 5, 1937, to Theodore John Degen, Sr. and Francis Degen.
His wife, Mattie Degen, was by his side when he passed.
He spent his life working construction jobs and handling heavy equipment. He had a love of hunting and fishing.


Jerry Iron Moccasin_______________________________

Funeral services for Jerry Iron Moccasin, 53, of Kadoka, S.D., formerly of Eagle Butte and Timber Lake, were held Saturday, April 26, at the Old Agency Building, Eagle Butte. Jerry will be cremated and his remains buried with his mother at the Timber Lake Cemetery at a later date.
Jerry entered the spirit world April 18, 2014, near Philip.


KyleRae Bailey Marie Todd__________________________

KyleRae Bailey Marie Todd, age 14, of Interior, S.D., died Thursday, April 24, 2014, as a result of a car accident north of Interior.
KyleRae Bailey Marie Todd was born May 6, 1999, in Rapid City, the daughter of Richard Wesley and Lacey Ann (Logan) Todd. She grew up in Interior with the exception of a few periods of time in New Mexico. She always considered Interior to be her home. Four years ago, she came to live with Tony and Crystal and was adopted by them. She received her elementary education in Interior, and was currently a freshman at Philip High School.


April 23rd

Mary June Penticoff______________________________

Mary June Penticoff, 84, died Saturday, April 19, 2014, at the Maryhouse in Pierre.
Mary June was born on June 17, 1929, in Philip, the daughter of John and Edna (Herrman) O'Reilly. She grew up in Philip and graduated from Philip High School. She worked as a telephone operator, a bookkeeper for Farmers Union Oil Company, a deputy treasurer/officer, a dress shop clerk in California, and worked for West Central Electric Company. In her later years, she spent many years babysitting her grandchildren and many other children. She became “Grandma" to many children over the years.