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Pearle "Jayne" Carpenter  - Print this obit

Pearle “Jayne” Carpenter, 85, passed away July 23, 2016 peacefully at Southridge Health Care in Sioux Falls. Jayne was born February 21, 1931 in Sheridan, Wyoming to Everett and Irene Monroe.

Jayne was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Dean J. Carpenter, son Dean “Poncho” Carpenter daughter-in-law, Meagan San Miguel, and a brother, Larry Monroe.

Jayne moved to Sioux Falls in 1974 where her son, Poncho attended the school for the deaf.

She is survived by daughters: Nancy, Great Falls, Montana and Susan, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; grandchildren: Fredrico, Ezekiel and Erensto San Miguel.

Jayne was active in the Avon business until health issued made her retire. She had numerous hobbies including: leather work, ceramics, arts and crafts.

Jayne's family would like to say a special thank you to Southridge Health Care for their kindness and the care they showed.

Let us rejoice that she is now with the Lord.

Family present visitation will be Thursday, 5 – 8 PM at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home.

LaVonne McCart  - Print this obit

LaVonne McCart, October 20, 1926 to July 22, 2016, (89) passed away peacefully at home in the presence of her son, Patrick.

LaVonne was born in Fedora, SD to Maynard and Opal Scott. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Donald Fleming McCart. She is survived by two sons: Patrick, Sioux Falls, and Scott (Debra), Belle Fourche; grandson: Daron, Phoenix, AZ; brother: Donald, Artesian, SD; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Lavonne moved to Sioux Falls after high school graduation from Fedora High School, where she is still remembered for her baton twirling routines. She worked at the Manchester Biscuit Company, Bell Telephone and the Veterans Administration Hospital. Lavonne met and married a handsome returning WW2 swabbie, Don McCart, in 1947. She retired from the VA Medical Records Division, after 35 years of service.

She was particularly fond of spending time with her nieces and sharing her love of cooking, China painting, place settings, decorating and old furniture restoration. She remained an active member of Cathedral Parrish, Grandma's Attic and other activities, until health issues curtailed her participation. LaVonne found solace and strength in her faith and both of her boys are grateful for her intercession with the Lord, via rosaries and candles, on their behalf. She was very proud of her Scotch/Irish/Welch heritage. One of the highlights of her life was enjoying "high tea" at Victoria Gardens with the traveling grannies, Mary and Elaine. She was a wonderful mother and will be sorely missed.

A special thanks to Avera Home Hospice for their kindness, dedication and professionalism. The family is grateful for all the kindness shown during this time from friends and relatives. Please make memorials to Avera Home Hospice in memory of LaVonne McCart.

Let us rejoice in LaVonne's return to the Father under whose love and protection she now resides.

Visitation will be Tuesday, 5 PM at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a Scripture Vigil at 7 PM followed by the Rosary. Mass of Christian Burial will be Wednesday, 10 AM at the Cathedral of St. Joseph.

John Felber  - Print this obit

John E. Felber passed away on Wednesday, July 20th 2016 at his home in Sioux Falls after a long struggle with cancer at the age of 61. 

He is survived by his brother: Robert Felber; sister: Julayne (David) Otto; his nephew: Ryan (Laura) Wegs; great-nephew: EllisWegs; and many relatives and friends. John is proceeded in death by his parents Robert and LaVern Felber and nephew, Robert Wegs. 
John was a long time employee of Gage Brothers. 

Family present visitation will be held on Saturday July 23, 2-4 PM at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home.

John lived life his own way and to the fullest he will be missed by many.

Gary DeWitt  - Print this obit

Gary William DeWitt, 55, died July 7, 2016 in Sioux Falls. He was born on July 3, 1961 to John W. and Agnes (Bickett) DeWitt in Sioux Falls.

Gary was an over the road truck driver for over 30 years. He was united in marriage to Anna Berdadero on July 18, 2009.

Gary is survived by his wife: Anna, Sioux Falls; parents John W. and Agnes DeWitt, Chester, SD; sister: DeAnna (Clark) Witz, Las Vegas, NV; brothers: Patrick DeWitt, Las Vegas, NV and Bill (Kelli) DeWitt, Kingman, AZ. He was preceded in death by a sister: Angela DeWitt; brothers: John , Jerry, James, Joseph and Terry DeWitt; paternal grandparents: Leo and Mable DeWitt; and maternal grandparents: Ernest and Dora Bickett. In lieu of flowers, memorial may be sent to Gary's family.

Visitation will be Sunday, 5 PM at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a Scripture Vigil at 6:30 PM. Mass of Christian Burial will be Monday, 10 AM at the Cathedral of St. Joseph with burial to follow at St. John Cemetery in Beresford, SD

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Rick Petersen  - Print this obit

Rick Petersen, 63, passed away July 7, 2016.

Visitation will be Monday from 6-8PM at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a time of sharing at 7 PM.

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Robert Paulin  - Print this obit

Robert Paulin, 45, passed away on July 4, 2016 in Apopka, Florida. He was born on January 8, 1971 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the eldest son of Darrell and Shirley Paulin.

Rob graduated in 1999 from Minnesota State University, Mankato where he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He spent his working years as a Corrections Officer at Hennepin County Adult Corrections Facility in Plymouth, Minnesota.

He married Deborah (Deb) Hill on October 5, 2002.

He loved medieval culture, playing Dungeons and Dragons and enjoyed challenging himself with physical activity. He completed Grandma's Marathon in Duluth, Minnesota and finished RAGBRAI, a weeklong bike ride across the state of Iowa.

Rob had a love of cooking and was always trying new recipes. He was passionate about rescued racing greyhounds, and he and his wife adopted three of them.

He is survived by his wife: Deborah (nee Hill) Paulin: father: Darrell Paulin; sister: Annette Badillo (James); sister: Angie Danielson (Jeff); and brother: Ryan Paulin. He is also survived by nephew: Tyler Paulin; nieces: Krystal Badillo, Katie Badillo and Larissa Ahrens; as well as loving in-laws and host of long-time friends. He was preceded in death by his mother Shirley Paulin; grandparents: Rolley and Marilyn Paulin and Al and Christine Henle.

Visitation will be Saturday, 9 AM with a Funeral Service at 10 AM at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with burial to follow at St. Michael Cemetery. A reception will be held after the committal at the Lexington Estates Community Room 5107 S. Marion Road.

Elaine McKittrick  - Print this obit

Elaine was born January 5, 1928 in Hankinson, ND to Samuel and Francis (Rainey) Dering. She was the middle of 9 children. She was confirmed in the Congregational Church in Hankinson. After graduation from high school she moved to Wheaton, Minnesota where she met her future brothers-in-law. She moved to Sioux Falls at their suggestion to work for Jack Rabbit Lines. There she met Ray McKittrick and they started dating. They were married May 8, 1949 at First Congregational Church in Sioux Falls. Ray passed away in 1988 in Rapid City.

She worked for Sears in both Sioux Falls and Rapid City until moving back to Sioux Falls in 2003. She was a charter member of Crestwood United Church of Christ in Sioux Falls.

She is survived by daughters: Cheryl (Robert) Zeig of Campbell, MN. and Sandra of Sioux Falls; step grandchildren: Nick Zeig of Long Island City, NY and Chris (Emily) Zeig of Astoria, NY; her first great grand child will be born in July; brother: and Everett (Betty) Dering of Napa, CA. She was preceded in death by her husband Ray, her parents Sam and Francis, one sister and six brothers.

Funeral Service will be Thursday, 11 AM at Spirit of Peace United Church of Christ.

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Christine Feldhaus  - Print this obit

Christine Louise Feldhaus (Brogunier) was born on January 21st, 1942 in Hagerstown, MD to Russell and Helen Brogunier. She was one of four children. She attended high school at North Hagerstown High and graduated from there in 1960. She then enrolled at Hagerstown Junior College with plans of becoming a nurse. She remained there for two years before transferring to the University of Minnesota to complete her nursing degree. There, she met James G. Feldhaus and they were married on December 24th, 1966.

She lived in Minnesota with James (Jim) for many years and worked at Lakeview Hospital and Greeley Street Nursing home, before moving back to Hagerstown with their daughter, Theresa, in 1978. They lived there while Theresa finished high school and enrolled in college, before relocating again to Sioux Falls, SD in 1990. Christine and James lived in Sioux Falls until 1994 when they settled in Canistota, SD.

Christine worked as a nurse at the Canistota Good Samaritan nursing home and also worked part-time as a Teacher's Assistant at the Canistota School. In both her work and in caring for her family, Christine lived the values of compassion, self-sacrifice, empathy, generosity, and service to others. She was also an active member of the United Methodist Church while living in Canistota, and enjoyed growing in her faith there, and sharing her love of singing during the worship services.

During her youth, Christine enjoyed many hobbies and shared many talents with the world including equestrian events such as competitive dressage and show-jumping through the American Horse Show Association, and showing purebred Standard Poodles and Afghan hounds through the American Kennel Club. She remained active in her community as a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Maryland Symphony Guild. She was a lover of all animals and often had a menagerie of pets, including many dogs of all shapes and sizes. She loved to cook, especially for her family, and she always made sure no one left her house hungry. She was also an avid reader, favoring mystery novels and thrillers.

Christine passed away on June 24th, 2016 at the Lake Norden Golden Living Center in Lake Norden, SD. She was blessed to be cared for her during her time there by thoughtful and supportive staff, and her family wishes to thank her entire care team for their wonderful service and kindness during her years there. Christine was preceded in death by her parents, Russell and Helen, her brothers Joseph and Peter, her son-in-law Anthony Glynn, and her husband Jim. She is survived by her daughter Theresa Glynn, grandson Ciaran Glynn, granddaughter Natasha Keller (Alex), and her great grandchildren, Ian and Fiona Keller and her sister Patricia Ann (Sally) and Jack Wolfe of Smithsburg, Maryland.

Visitation will be Tuesday, 6 PM at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a Scripture Vigil at 7 PM. Memorial Mass will be Wednesday, 10 AM at the Cathedral of St. Joseph.

Patricia Lynn Pat DeVries-Weber  - Print this obit

Patricia Lynn "Pat" DeVries-Weber, wife, mom, grandma, sister, friend, passed away June 20 after a repeated battle with cancer. Pat was born on St. Patrick's Day to Lila and Herman DeVries who diverted from their pre-planned name to the one more fitting for the occasion! She loved life from March 17, 1952-2016 to June 20. The dash in between was made up of action as Pat used her multiple talents to make life special for her son, Corey, husband Ralph, daughter-in- law Sarah (Wiebersick), granddaughters Avery and Ella, sisters Shirley, Bonnie, Barb, and Marilyn, brother Mike, Ralph's daughter Amanda (Chris) Raney, their son Ian, and everyone else she met.

As an avid cook and baker Pat had her personal recipe for life: Pat's Dash in 1952-2016: Ingredients: 1 part family; loads of traditions; 1 special dog, Jessie; 100,000 days of baking; a gallon of cross stitch; a team of Packers; many, many friends; and at least 1 cozy quilt.

Cream together traditions of the past with family and new customs. Gently add a puppy or baby. Stir in threads of cross stitch masterpieces to be treasured gifts.

Next, beat the Packers to the "GO PACKERS GO" stage; fold in her "jelly beans" Avery and Ella. Meanwhile, chill a perfect cheese cake to share with friends. Finally, mark with a new found rock and tuck a family quilt around it all.

Reserve recipe into handwritten recipe books made specially for granddaughters!

Finally look it over and say "it is what it is!" and smile that beautiful smile.

Pat spent her last days thinking of others just as she always did. She went to work. She made jelly to leave with family. She gathered the makings for German Chocolate cupcakes for Father's Day surprises. She wouldn't want others to be sad but would say her oft repeated slogan: "slap a little lipstick on and you'll be just fine!” Her wish for each of you would be to be busy, happy, together, and to smile as you remember her.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2016, at the Montrose United Methodist Church 109 S 2nd Ave., Montrose, South Dakota, at 10:30 am. With family present starting at 9:30.It will be a celebration of Pat's life followed by internment at the Montrose Cemetery and fellowship at the church hall.

Rita J. Lewis   - Print this obit

Rita J. Lewis, 72, died Saturday February 21, 2015 at her beloved residence of Wall Lake, South Dakota.

She was born to in Montrose, South Dakota on November 7, 1942 to Marion and Isabel (Fleming) Wheeler. She grew up in Montrose and graduated from Montrose High School in 1961. She married Elery "Skip" Lewis on February 27, 1965 at St. Joseph Cathedral in Sioux Falls.

Rita held various bookkeeping positions for local businesses until 1977. Thereafter, she worked along side her husband at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home. She spent her life serving others; lifelong member of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Board Member of the Dakota Catholic Credit Union, Board Member of the Crippled Children Hospital and School, and Girl Scout Leader.

Grateful for having shared her life are her husband: Elery "Skip" Lewis; children: Lisa (Kent) Huemoeller, Kathy (Rob) Junker and David (Erin) Lewis; eight granddaughters: Kelli, Terra and Jenna Huemoeller, Taylor, Allison and Lindsey Junker, and Paige and Paiten Lewis; brother-in-law: Rodney Bindert of Brookings, SD; and numerous relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister, Nancy (Wheeler) Bindert, several infant brothers and sisters, and a granddaughter, Lauren Lewis. Memorials may be directed to the Sioux Falls Catholic Schools.

Visitation will be Thursday, 5 PM at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a Scripture Vigil at 7 PM followed by a Catholic Daughters of the Americas Rosary. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, 11 AM at St. Michael Parish with burial at St. Patrick Cemetery in Montrose.

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