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Janice "Jan" O'Rourke

June Janice "Jan" Lytle O'Rourke, 73, Interior, died Saturday, September 11, 2010, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.

Jan was born June 20, 1937, the fourth daughter of Donald Lytle and Zohy (Amiotte) Lytle. She was born in Pine Ridge, South Dakota and raised in rural Washabaugh County near Bear Creek. She attended grade school at Lone Tree Country School and Interior Elementary and Interior High School. 

  Jan and Lyle O'Rourke were married August 28, 1954, in Miles City, Montana. They ranched their entire married life in the rural community of Interior.


LeRoy Dale Dennis

Long-time Alaska pioneer, loving husband and father, LeRoy D. Dennis, known to friends and family as LDD, passed away on September 4, 2010, at home after long battle with cancer.

LeRoy was born October 11, 1930, in Midland, S.D., one of 11 children to Henry Dennis and Hope (Baker) Dennis.

He served in the U.S. Army, joining on April 26, 1950. He received CIB, Purple Heart, Korean Service Medal, with six Bronze Stars, and President Unit Citation.


Adam Mackintosh

Funeral services were held August 31, 2010, for Adam Armando Mackintosh, 34, of Denver, Colo., who died Wednesday, August 25th in a tragic accident. Although taken too soon, he lived his life to the fullest and leaves us with laughter, and his memory will shine through the legacy he's left behind.

Adam loved nature from birth and treasured anything that involved the outdoors. Camping, fishing, sailing; or just spending time in the backyard with family and friends.


Leonard W. Carlson

Leonard W. Carlson, age 88, of Kadoka, S.D., died Monday, September 13, 2010, at his residence in Kadoka, following an illness that had only slowed him down for a very short time.

Leonard was born to Charles F. and Esther (Johnson) Carlson on June 23, 1922, on the homestead at Indian Creek.