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The Sundance Times Page 2 Joann Mary Williams Joann Mary Williams, 68, Newel1, South Dakota, died on Thursday, January 3, 2013, at Sturgis Regional Hospital. Funeral Services were held at Grace Lutheran Church in Sturgis, South Dakota, on Wednesday, January 9, 2013, with Pastor Henrique Fleming officiating. Burial followed at Vale Cemetery. Joann was born in Faulk- ton, South Dakota, on Feb- ruary 11, 1944, to Harold and Marie Rieker. She grew up and graduated from high school in Casper, Wyoming. After high school, she attend- ed Casper Community College for a short time, and worked as a waitress as well as vari- ous other jobs. She married Larry Williams on February 28, 1964, in Casper. Together they lived in various places, spending 16 years in Sun- dance, Wyoming, and even- tually moving to Deadwood, South Dakota, where Joann worked at many of the main street casinos as a gaming cashier for many years. Two years ago, she retired from Buffalo Bill Cody's due to her battle with cancer. Joann was very active in her family and loved each and every one of them. She was constantly seen at all of her grandchildren's ac- tivities. She was strong and hard working, and always had a smile on her face. She liked to travel, and it seemed that anywhere she went, she always knew everybody. She was a good cook, and liked to bake for her family, as well as fishing and gardening. Joann is survived by her husband, Larry, Newell; par- ents, Harold and Marie Riek- er, Spearfish; daughter, Lara- ya (Jeff) Royer, Sturgis; sons, Kenneth (Kristi) Williams, Newell, and Kevin {Patty) Wil- liams, Whitewood; brothers, Larry John (Janie) Rieker, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Randy (Sue) Rieker, Casper; and her grandchildren, Steven and Shawna Royer, Christoper, Tonisha, Daniel, Colter, and Dustin Williams. She is preceded in death by her sister, Linda Rose Walk- er, and her grandson, Weston Williams. A memorial has been set up for the college education of her grandchildren. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.kinkadefu- nerals.com. Calvin Dean Wilson Cal (Calvin) Dean Wilson of Cody, Wyoming, age 49, passed away from com- plications during surgery on December 31, 2012. Cal was born February 13, 1963, in Sundance, Wyoming, to Richard and Sandra Wilson. Cal met his wife Cindy Scott in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and married on August 15, 1987. Cal was an employee of the Wyoming Department of Transportation for 32 years. He was an avid hunter, fish- erman and outdoorsmen. Cal is survived by Cindy, his loving wife of 25 years; son, Brad Wilson (Elisabeth Hoff- man) and granddaughter Cloie of Spearfish, South Dakota; daughter Carrie Wilson (Kasey Holder) of Cody; parents, Dick (Bev) Wilson of Sundance and Sandy Dickin- son of Spearfish; sister, Deb- bie (Tom) Davis of Sundance; niece, Lisa Davis of Sun- dance; and mother-in-law, Karen Scott of Ranchester, Wyoming. He was preceded in death by his niece, Amy Davis; and his father-in-law, Darwin Scott. In lieu of flowers, a spe- cial account has been set up at Pinnacle Bank, P.O. Box 218 Cody, WY 82414, in C/O Cindy Wilson. Cre- mation has taken place and Cal has wished for no service. Arrangements are under direction of Ballard Funeral Home. Mary E. Hook' 98, passed away on January 7, 2013, ten days before her 99th birthday at Rapid City Regional Hospice House, Rapid City, South Da- kota. Mary Elizabeth Roberts Hook was bom on January 17, 1914, at the family ranch near Sun- dance, Wyoming, to William and Nettie (Angel) Roberts. Mary attended school in Sun- dance, graduating from high school in 1931. After taking 5th year normal at the high school she attended the University of Wyoming for the summer. She taught for several years in ru- ral schools in Weston County, Wyoming. Mary married Samuel A. Hook on June 15, 1938, in Sheridan, Wyoming. They lived on their ranch at Buckhorn, Wyoming, until 1952 when they pur- IS THERE ANY THING IN A NAME? A name is a person or thing is called, for a special purpose. A name will cause Division l or Unity in many various religion ~es that are used today only a few can be found in GOD'S WORD. It is strange that people p~r to be called by some human name r than what is found in GOD'S WORD. The disdples were called Christians First at Antioch Acts 11-26, These people Repented and were Baptized by Immersion into water were called Christians. Acts 2:38, 8:36-38. 1 Peter 4:16 If any man Suffer as a Christian, let him glorify GOD. Acts 26:28 Paul trying to teach the gospel to King Agdppa almost Thou persuades me to be a Christian. Acts 11:18 GOD granted repentance to the Gentiles & they were Recognized as being heirs of the Gospel plan of salvation as the Jews had to get into Christ & have forgiveness of their sins. The Church is the Bride of Christ, she Mary E. Hook chased another ranch at Nis- land, South Dakota. Winter and spring months were spent at the ranch at Nisland and sum- mer and fall months were spent at both ranches. Mary loved to crochet, sew and made many birth- day, wedding and anniver- sary cakes. She loved to travel and was thrilled when she got to go to all 50 states and many Canadian provinces. Since the death of her husband on May 10, 1986, she has lived with her youngest daughter in Rapid City. She is survived by daugh- ters, Alberta (Pete) Krush, Belle Fourche, South Dakota, and Rita Hook, Rapid City; three grandsons, Kevin R. Queen, Rapid City, Michael (Joan) POWDER RIVER MANUFACTURED HOMES 1300 W 2 St. Gillette WY LARGEST SELECTION OF HOMES IN THE TRISTATE AREA MODULAR CUSTOM DEALER Custom Floor Plans Welcome[ Design Your Homel Call Usl Krush, Fargo, North Dakota, and Matthew (Elizabeth Fallon) Krush, Edina, Minnesota; three great-grandchildren, Aidan and Alana Krush, Edina and Gefin Krush, Fargo; and many nieces and neph - ews. She was preceded in death by her parents; hus- band, Sam Hook; daugh- ter, Roberta Queen; broth- ers, William, Matthew =Micld' and Don Rob- erts; sister, Nora Reimer; nieces, Linda Sievert, Debbie Reirner and Kathy Roberts and nephew Michael Roberts. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, January 11, 2013, at the United Method- ist Church in Belle Fourche. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established to the Rapid City Hospital Hospice House. Arrangements are under the care of Fidler-lsburg Funeral Chapels & Crematory Ser- vices, Spearfish, SD. Online condolences may be written to www. fidler-isburgfuneralcha- ~ls.com. ST. JUDE'S NOVENA May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, Maya Irene Miller Andy and Amanda Miller of Cheyenne, Wyoming, are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Maya Irene Miller. Maya was born at 1:36 p.m. on October 5, 2012, in Cheyenne. She weighed 6 Ibs. 15.9 oz. and was 20.5 inch- es long. Paternal grandparents are Larry and Julie Miller of Raleigh, North Carolina and Jim and Unda Ditch of Wright, Wyoming. Maternal grandparents are Jeff and Beth Kreu- ter of Carlile, Wyoming. Thank You We would like to express our sincere thanks to Jody Thompson, John Shoun, Ben and Jerry Jensen, and all of Cal's friends, who expressed their condolences at this time. "Tlidd lOtS: i i : :: : := Dick and Bev Wilson Cal Wilson Family Our Thanks Heartfelt thanks go to each and every member of the Sundance Volunteer Fire Department who helped with the fire at our ranch on Sunday. Your dedication and service are sincerely appreciated/ Janet and Jack Lake Our Thanks You may have called while I was in the hospital, you may have sent a bouquet of flowers or a card. Perhaps you made us a meal or two. You may have shoveled your walk so I might be able to visit. You may still be call- ing me weekly to see how I am progressing. Whatever you have done, Bob and I know you are true friends/ We are so blessed to have all of you in our lives. Thank you for all of the wonderful gifts of friendship that you have given us. We have enjoyed the food, the flowers, the phone calls and the visits. I am progressing and am now up and walking with great speed/(Thanks to the girls at physical therapy.) 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