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Edmond Neuroth

Edmond Eugene Neuroth was born to Michael & Julia (Werner) Neuroth on Dec. 30, 1928 in Beresford, SD. He graduated from Beresford High School in Jan. 1946. He joined the Navy and served as a Fireman First Class in Jan 1946 and received an Honorable Discharge on Nov. 25, 1947. He then attended the University of SD in Vermillion for 1 year. He was self employed most of his life. He started as a painter with his brother Bernie in the early 50's & then started his own garbage hauling service & later incorporated with other haulers into A-1 Sanitary Service, Inc. & stayed with until his retirement. Over the years he served as President for many companies & organizations: A-1 Sanitary Service, Inc., Recycle Wastepaper, Inc., Sioux Falls Garbage Haulers Association, SD Garbage Haulers Association & the Arrow Bar, Inc. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Toastmaster Club and the VFW. He married LaVella J. Hoard on June 25th, 1949. He is survived by his children: Kerry, Jacquette (Robert J. Winder), David, Victor, Michele, Teresa, Jaime, William, and Christy and his grandchildren: David, Jacob, Rebecca, Victor, Amanda, Jeremyah, Ethan, Natalie, Eddie and 8 Great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife (LaVella), parents (Michael & Julia), brothers (Leslie,Jim, Jay, and Bernie), sister (Iona) and Grandson Colton Patton. In his free time he liked the read & watch sports. His favorite book was the Reader's Digest which he would read cover to cover every month and then it was westerns (especially Louis L'Amour). Though he hasn't had a bookie for years and couldn't hear, he still liked to watch sports on TV up to the end. His religion & Church were a very important part of his life. He rarely missed weekly Mass & tried to say the rosary everyday to pray for all those he loved (family & friends). He was a great provider and took his job quite seriously. He shared his life's wisdom with others and many people have expressed appreciation of his generosity. Above all, Gene loved his family & friends. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He will be greatly missed. Visitation will be Thursday at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a Scripture Vigil at 7 PM. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, 10:30 AM at St. Joseph Cathedral School.

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