Keith Warren

Keith Warren, age 88, Clark, died in the Clark Care and Rehabilitation Center in Clark on Friday morning, February 9, 2018 after a brief illness.

Visitation will be held on Monday, February 12, 2018 from 4-6PM at the Furness Funeral Home at Clark and will continue after 12 noon on Tuesday at the Church.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 2PM in the St. Paul Lutheran Church at Clark with The Reverend Mindy Ehrke officiating.  Burial with full military honors will be held in the Rose Hill Cemetery at Clark.

Funeral arrangements are with the Furness Funeral Home at Clark where there is an on-line registry at www.furnessfuneralhome.com

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Milton Everett Schmidt

Milton Everett Schmidt, 88, of Redfield, SD, formerly of Rockham, SD, passed away Friday, January 19, 2018 at the Eastern Star Home in Redfield.  His funeral service will be 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at the United Methodist Church in Redfield.  Pastor Lorah Houser Jankord will officiate.  After a time of lunch and fellowship, burial will follow at the Rockham Cemetery in Rockham, SD.

Visitations will be in Redfield, Monday, January 22, 2018 at the Eastern Star Chapel from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., and Hyke Funeral Home from 5:00-7:00 p.m. with a prayer service beginning at 7:00 p.m. The family will be present during these times to accept condolences. Arrangements have been entrusted to Hyke Funeral Home.  (www.hykefuneralhome.com)

Milton Everett Schmidt was born June 3, 1929 in Rockham, SD to Fred and Elsie “Avis” (Pierce) Schmidt. He grew up and attended school in the Rockham area. Milton married Dorothea Stapp on March 12, 1947. To this union, five children, Gary, Greg, Grant, Gwen, and Cindy, were born. Together, Milton and Dorothea lived and farmed in Lynn Township in Hand County until they moved to the Eastern Star Apartments in April of 2010.

Milton will be remembered as an honest and hardworking man. He was a very loving and caring father and husband, shown, as his children recall, in his stern parenting style. Milton was a sports fanatic, a fisherman, and an avid traveler. He bowled, golfed, and played softball himself, and loved watching other teams compete in any kind of athletics. He always sat behind the bench, cheering on the Northern State Wolves Basketball Team. In his later years, Milton loved playing cards and being a jokester. He played lighthearted pranks and gave the wonderful staff at the Eastern Star Home a hard time.

Milton is survived by five children: Gary Schmidt of Rockham, Greg (Linda) Schmidt of Coeur d’ Alene, ID, Grant (Donna) Schmidt of Redfield, Gwen (Randy) Johnson of Miller, SD, and Cindy (Bob) Nuhsbaumer of Zell, SD. He is also survived by eleven grandchildren and twenty-five great-grandchildren.

Milton was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothea, in 2010, his brother Fred Schmidt; his sisters, Argie Joyce, Elaine Lingscheit, and Marlene Bottum; and one great-grandson, Dakota Everett Schmidt.

Howard Evans

Howard Evans, 82, of Miller, died Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at Prairie View Care Center in Woonsocket, SD following a battle with cancer.

Memorial Service will be 10:30 a.m., Thursday, January 25, 2018 at Reck Funeral Home, Miller with Father Paul Josten officiating. A light lunch will follow the service at the funeral home.

Howard Lavern Evans was born August 5, 1935 to Arthur and Fairy (Almond) Evans on the farm south of St. Lawrence. He grew up on that farm and was educated in the St. Lawrence and rural school systems.

He grew up helping with farm chores alongside his brother and sisters and often spoke of hauling bales in the hot summer sun and riding horses with his sister Connie. He loved the old country music and he and his brother played guitar and sang.

On February 7, 1959, he was united in marriage to Yvonne Schaefers in Polo. They were blessed with seven children. They started their family life on a farm near Polo, later moving to Miller where they lived until his death.

Howard loved dirt track car racing and never missed a race at Miller or Huron until he became too ill.

Survivors include his wife Yvonne of 59 years; children: David (Val) Evans of Cape Coral, FL, Anita Baker of Sioux Falls, SD, Mike Evans of Huron, SD, Gary Evans of Aberdeen, SD, Kevin(Duron) Evans of Gilbert, AZ, Colleen (Blair) Scoular of Aberdeen, SD, and Terry Evans of Miller, SD; 12 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; sister-in-law, Joyce Wieseler of Polo, SD; and brothers-in law: Duane Schaefers of Cavour, SD and Gerald Schaefers of Piedmont, SD.

Preceding Howard in death were his parents; two brothers: Richard and Maurice; and four sisters: Verlyn Miller, Beryle Baysinger, Helen Younkin, and Connie Edelman.

Reck Funeral Home of Miller has been entrusted with Howard’s arrangements.

, 82, of Miller, died Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at Prairie View Care Center in Woonsocket, SD following a battle with cancer.

Memorial Service will be 10:30 a.m., Thursday, January 25, 2018 at Reck Funeral Home, Miller with Father Paul Josten officiating. A light lunch will follow the service at the funeral home.

Howard Lavern Evans was born August 5, 1935 to Arthur and Fairy (Almond) Evans on the farm south of St. Lawrence. He grew up on that farm and was educated in the St. Lawrence and rural school systems.

He grew up helping with farm chores alongside his brother and sisters and often spoke of hauling bales in the hot summer sun and riding horses with his sister Connie. He loved the old country music and he and his brother played guitar and sang.

On February 7, 1959, he was united in marriage to Yvonne Schaefers in Polo. They were blessed with seven children. They started their family life on a farm near Polo, later moving to Miller where they lived until his death.

Howard loved dirt track car racing and never missed a race at Miller or Huron until he became too ill.

Survivors include his wife Yvonne of 59 years; children: David (Val) Evans of Cape Coral, FL, Anita Baker of Sioux Falls, SD, Mike Evans of Huron, SD, Gary Evans of Aberdeen, SD, Kevin(Duron) Evans of Gilbert, AZ, Colleen (Blair) Scoular of Aberdeen, SD, and Terry Evans of Miller, SD; 12 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; sister-in-law, Joyce Wieseler of Polo, SD; and brothers-in law: Duane Schaefers of Cavour, SD and Gerald Schaefers of Piedmont, SD.

Preceding Howard in death were his parents; two brothers: Richard and Maurice; and four sisters: Verlyn Miller, Beryle Baysinger, Helen Younkin, and Connie Edelman.

Reck Funeral Home of Miller has been entrusted with Howard’s arrangements.

Kenneth T. Huss

Kenneth T. Huss, 90 of Faulkton, passed away Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at Rapid City Regional Auxiliary Hospice House, Rapid City.

Funeral Mass was held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, January 20, 2018, at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Faulkton, with Fr. Christopher Hughes, Fr. Michael Schneider, and Fr. Thomas Clement officiating. Burial followed in St. Thomas Catholic Cemetery, Faulkton with military honors. A vigil with a rosary was held at 7:00 p.m., Friday, January 19, 2018 at the church.

He was born June 2, 1927 to Theodore and Anna (Klein) Huss at the Faulkton Hospital. Kenny attended grade school & high school in Orient.   He worked on the Ted Huss farm from 1945-1954 with the exception of November 1950-December 1952 when he served in the US Army during the Korean War.

In 1955, he purchased his own farm just north of the home place. While living on the farm, he served on the Arcade Township board for 27 years, was active in the Orient American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Knights of Columbus. He was also member of St Joseph’s Catholic Church in Orient while living on the farm.

Kenny married Lorraine Wieseler on May 28, 1956 at St Liborius Catholic Church in Polo, SD. They were blessed with 4 children. They semi-retired in 1987 and moved to Faulkton but he continued to work with both of his sons until the death of Larry in 1991. Kenny didn’t miss a day on the farm as he still helped Terry until he moved to Rapid City in Sept of 2017.

Survivors include his wife, Lorraine of 61 years; children: Lynette (Chip) Foerster of Rapid City, Terry (Bev) Huss of Faulkton, and Jean (Daniel) Petereit of Rapid City; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; three sisters-in-law: Dorothy Huss of Faulkton, Joyce Wieseler of Polo, and Donine Wieseler of Highmore; and many nieces and nephews

He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Larry; one son-in-law, John VerHelst; four brothers: Clarence, Leo, Cyril, and Raymond; and four sisters: Marcella, Irene, Verna and Maurine (Billie).

Luce Funeral Home of Faulkton has been entrusted with Kenneth’s arrangements.

Mary Bernadine Hill,

Mary Bernadine Hill, 85, of Wessington, passed away peacefully on January 20, 2018 at home.

Funeral Service will be 10:30 a.m., Friday, January 26, 2018 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Wessington with Father Paul Josten, celebrant. Burial will follow at the Wessington Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 6:00 p.m. followed by a 7:00 p.m., prayer service, Thursday, January 25, 2018, all at St. Joseph’s Church, Wessington.

Mary was born October 8, 1932 at home north of Miller, SD to John and Bernadine (Schlechter) Oligmueller. She graduated from high school from Stephan Mission School. Mary was married to Gerald Hanks in 1952 however, as the result of a tragic accident he passed away in 1972. She married Vern Hill in 1977 and she loved her time working side by side with Vern on the farm. In addition to raising four boys, she worked full time in the Wessington School food service, and later the Miller Nursing home.

Mary was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Wessington, and an active member of the Legion Auxiliary. Mary thoroughly enjoyed time with her family, and she followed each of her sons sporting events, and later her grandchildren’s. She loved to spend her free time playing Bunco, and cards with her lifelong Wessington friends.

Mary is survived by her four sons: John of Wessington, Don (Linda) of Wessington, Jerry (Shari) of Rapid City, and James (Denise) of Rapid City; seven grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; two sisters: Rita Kusser of Highmore, and Lorraine Gilmore of Buckner, MO., one brother, Leonard (Marguerite) Oligmueller of Sioux Falls; and leaves behind numerous loving friends and relatives.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Gerald Hanks and Vern Hill; her parents, John and Bernadine Oligmueller; two brothers, Marvin and Roger Oligmueller, and grandson, Nicholas Hanks.

Reck Funeral Home of Miller has been entrusted with Mary’s arrangements.

Della M. Moncur

Della M. Moncur, 85, of Miller, passed away Saturday, January 13, 2018 at the Good Samaritan Society in Miller.

Funeral service will be 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at the First Baptist Church, Miller with Pastor Will Page officiating. Burial will follow at Hillcrest Cemetery, Miller. Visitation will be 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at Reck Funeral Home, Miller.

Della was born in Highmore, South Dakota, December 10, 1932, to Don and Kathryn (Waring) Irvin. In January 1939, she became the adopted daughter of George M. Johnson. Her family lived in Buffalo County, where she went to country school. Della graduated from Miller High School in 1950.

She and Ray Moncur were married June 30, 1950 in Miller. After Ray completed barber college, they moved to Spearfish, returning to Miller in 1961. Della worked for the ASCS office and Tri-state Insulation; she started working at First National Bank (Quoin) in 1969 and stayed until her retirement in 1995. Later she worked part time in the sheriff’s office, at Pump N’ Pack and Good Samaritan. She was a member of the Methodist Church but later in life joined the Baptist Church.

Della and Ray loved to dance and spent many Saturday Nights at the Legion. Della also loved to travel. She went to the west coast with her sister, Bobby and to the east coast and Branson, Missouri with her sister-in-law, Lois McDaniel. She also made several trips with her daughter to Wall, SD to buy doughnuts.

Della is survived by her daughters: Sandra Selting, Wendy (Tom) Anderberg and Sharon Swisher; two sons: Scott Moncur and Doug Moncur; sixteen grandchildren; thirty great grandchildren; one sister, Roberta (Duane) Eschenbaum; one brother-in-law, Eugene (Janice) Moncur; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; and grandson, Brett Selting.

Reck Funeral Home of Miller has been entrusted with Della’s arrangements.

Frank Blair

Frank Blair, 61, of Miller, passed away peacefully Friday, December 15, 2017 at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls with his daughter at his side.

Funeral service were held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, December 21, 2017 at the Ree Heights Auditorium with Rev. Brian Jones officiating. Burial followed at the Morningside Cemetery in Ree Heights.

Frank was born July 17, 1956 in Miller, South Dakota to Jim and Lois (Perdow) Blair. Frank was a lifelong Hand County resident. He attended grade school in Ree Heights, went to high school in Miller for a few years but his true love wasn’t school, so he got his GED. He then decided one of his favorite things to do was driving semis, he drove for some custom harvesting crews, then later decided to haul cattle.

Frank met his future wife Darlene Trautman along with her son William “BJ” at the Miller Sale Barn, they were married on June 4, 1982, in the Miller Sale Barn Lobby. They lived around Miller area while taking care of their children. They had one daughter, Ashley in 1983. Frank adopted William “BJ” Blair in 1983 to complete their wonderful family of four. Frank and Darlene later divorced.

Frank worked numerous jobs and excelled in them all. He worked for many farmer/ranchers being a good and dependable farm hand. He worked many years at Dakota Ag Coop (St. Lawrence Elevator) doing numerous jobs to keep it proudly serving their patrons. He proudly served on the local police departments later in his life and always was proud to be a local volunteer fire fighter and EMT. No matter what he did, it was trickled back to a steering wheel of an 18 wheeler. He logged well over a million miles in a semi and truly loved every mile. It wasn’t just driving that made his day, it was the people he met along the way. When he wasn’t grabbing gears in his numerous trucks he drove in his free time, he was cruising his pickup to every gun shop or race track in South Dakota.

Frank had a passion for dirt track racing, he wanted to be involved any way he could. He busted his butt during the week so Friday, Saturday, or Sunday night he could watch race cars. He truly enjoyed being a fan in the stands or prepping the track for Central Speedway in Miller. Frank would have had a racecar, but he listened to his loving daughter and decided against it. The gun shops in South Dakota are going to miss Frank, especially in his last few years his desire and passion for guns grew. MG Oil and Heartland Transportation treated Frank wonderful for his desire and love of trucking and in return, Frank spent a lot of time in the toy store (gun shops). He loved people, outdoors, 18 wheelers, and dirt.

He is survived by his father, Jim Blair; two children: William “BJ” Blair and Ashley (Lee) Conkey; grandchildren: Jazmin, Chasitie, Chelcie, Jordan, Sirinity, Brielee, and Marshall; great grandson, Kyler; siblings: Jeanne Deuter, John (Babby) Blair, Verna (Tim) McMahon, and Loyce (Carl) Hoskins; aunts: Mardelle Blair, Myrtle Blair, Phyllis Perdew, and Rhea June Carstensen; uncles: Ted Blair and Dave (Joan) Blair; three nephews and their families; four nieces and their families; many cousins; and last but not least the countless number of people that have been a part of his everyday life.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Lois; and niece, Heidi Blair.

Reck Funeral Home of Miller has been entrusted with Frank’s services.

Marvin Nelson

Marvin Nelson, 70, of Miller, passed away Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at his home.

Visitation will be 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Thursday, December 14, 2017 followed by a 1:00 p.m. prayer service, all at Reck Funeral Home, Miller. Burial will be at Hillcrest Cemetery, Miller.

Marvin Arthur Nelson was born on Dec. 8, 1946 to Rex D. and Frieda (Huckfeldt) Nelson in Pierre, SD. He lived near Iron Nation in rural Lyman County and in 1957 he moved with his family to the Seattle area. He attended Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake, WA and graduated in 1964.

While growing up, Marvin spent his summers in South Dakota and after graduating high school; he attended Northern State College in Aberdeen. He completed his bachelor’s degree in education in 1970 and went on to teach in Pierre, SD, Milesville, SD and Lower Brule, SD, schools. He joined the Soil Conservation Service in the early ’80s and worked in Lyman, Davison and Hand counties until his retirement in 2007.

Marvin married Micaela Gillaspie on Oct. 21 1972 at St. William’s Catholic Church in Midland, SD. They lived in Pierre, and later Milesville and Mitchell, SD. They had three children, Dan, Mariah and Alex. Marvin moved in Miller in 1992 and they later divorced.

Marvin was a regular blood donor and drove the Disabled American Veterans van to the VA hospital in Sioux Falls, SD. As a long-time Cubs fan, he was thrilled to see his beloved Cubbies win the World Series in 2016. In his free time Marvin loved building his ideal ranch in 1:64th scale in his living room. After retirement Marvin regularly solved the world’s problems with his friends over a cup of coffee at the Ranch Café in Miller.

He is survived by his three children, Dan Nelson of Mitchell, SD; Mariah and Jeremy Oliver of Paullina, IA; and Alex and Courtney Nelson of Hot Springs, SD; five grandchildren; Edie, Ian, and Owen Oliver of Paullina, IA and Hazel and Margaret Nelson of Hot Springs, SD; his brothers, Russell and Terri Nelson of Selah, WA; and William and Maureen Nelson of Monroe, WA; two aunts, Cynthia Fuller of Fort Pierre, SD and Norma Jean Junkman of Camas, WA; and one uncle Calvin Nelson, of Pierre and countless cousins, nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; Rex D. and Frieda Nelson, one sister, Merrial Thares, of Marshall, MN, and 14 aunts and uncles.

Reck Funeral Home of Miller has been entrusted with Marvin’s arrangements.

Iris Grogan

Iris Grogan, 89, of Miller, went home to be with our Lord on Sunday, November 19, 2017 at Good Samaritan Society of Miller.

Funeral service will be 2:00 p.m., Saturday, November 25, 2017 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Miller with Rev. Max Miller officiating. Burial will follow at G.A.R. Cemetery, Miller. Visitation will be 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., Friday, November 24, 2017 at Reck Funeral Home, Miller.

Iris was born on April 5, 1928, south of Rockham, South Dakota to John and Ada (Johnson) Reinhardt. She attended Hand County School. On December 16, 1949 she married Lynn Grogan and they shared 54 years together on the farmstead. Many days were filled with baking, cooking, tending to the garden, and raising chicken and geese. She will be lovingly remembered playing cards, cheering on the Twins and Vikings, and making delicious treats for family and friends.

She focused on the good in people and life. Iris will be treasured for the twinkle in her eye, a smile on her face, her cheerful spirit and laughter, and having the ability to take life as it comes with unwavering grace and acceptance. She especially loved spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren who brought her tremendous joy. More than anything, Iris loved Christmas. It is heartwarming to know she will be celebrating with loved ones in Heaven this year.

She will greatly missed by her daughter, Sandy (Lee) Klitzke of Aberdeen; two sons: Jerry (Connie) Grogan of Huron and Barry (Tamie) Grogan of Miller; sisters: Pearl Grogan of Centerville and Lorraine Schweitzer of Waterloo, IA; brothers: Floyd Reinhardt of Miller and Lyle Reinhardt of Hastings, MN; nine grandchildren: Justin (Marcy) Klitzke, Jennifer Klitzke, Jill (Joseph) Erickson, Samantha (Jacob) Crick, Steven Grogan, Michael Grogan, Danielle Danburg, Allison Grogan, and Noah Grogan; and 12 great grandchildren: Saige, Taylar, Jocelyn, Katelyn, Ashelyn, Sophie, Thomas, Madelyn, Maxwell, Averie, Briggman, and Zander.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lynn; and brothers: LeRoy, Ronald, Emerald, Melvin, and Donald Reinhardt.

Reck Funeral Home of Miller has been entrusted with Iris’ arrangements.

Lana Dannenbring-Eichstadt

Lana Dannenbring-Eichstadt, 51, of Wolsey, passed away surrounded by her family Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at her home.

Funeral Mass will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, November 27, 2017 at the Wessington Auditorium with Father Chester Murtha and Father Paul Josten, celebrants. Burial will follow at McCord Cemetery, rural Wolsey. Visitation will be 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., Sunday, November 26, 2017 with a 5:00 p.m. prayer service, all at St. Joseph Church, Wessington.

Lana Lynnell Dannenbring-Eichstadt was born on May 29, 1966, in DeSmet, SD, to Leslie and Norma (Hein) Dannenbring. She was baptized in DeSmet. She was a member of Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church in Wessington, SD.

She married Greg Eichstadt on June 11, 1988, in DeSmet. The couple made their home on a farm between Wolsey, SD and Wessington, SD. They had two sons, Herman Eichstadt and Henry Eichstadt.

Lana grew up in the “Little Town on the Prairie” of the Laura Ingalls Wilder books. She played various characters in the Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant including both Ma and Mary Ingalls. She was also a tour guide for the Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society for eight years. Lana played in the first three South Dakota State Volleyball Tournaments. Lana graduated from DeSmet High School and attended Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall, MN, Huron University, Huron, SD, the College of Saint Scholastica, Duluth, MN, and Augustana University, Sioux Falls, SD. She earned her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Education and a specialist certificate in Educational Technologies.

She was a teacher at Miller High School Miller, SD, for nineteen years. She was the course author & lead teacher in Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition at the Northern State University Center for Statewide E-learning, Aberdeen, SD from 2008 until her health failed in 2016. She also served as the executive secretary and scholar for the South Dakota Humanities Council. She served as a judge for the South Dakota State Fair. Lana was a member of Chapter AK P.E.O. in Miller. She served on the Wessington Economic Development Corporation for many years. She was the website and social media developer for the town of Wessington and for her former student, Shannon LaBau.

Lana enjoyed spending time with family, friends, and dogs, teaching, writing, reading, gardening, decorating, and the South Dakota State Fair. Lana and her family volunteered at the Oglala Lakota Child Protection Agency in Pine Ridge, SD, and the Beadle County Nutrition Site for many years.

Lana is survived by her husband, Greg; sons, Henry and Herman (Courtney); mother-in-law, Delores Eichstadt, Wolsey, SD; brother, Lex (Sandra) Dannenbring, Parkersburg, IA; sisters, Lane (James) Carroll of Colman, SD, Portia (Curtis) Larsen of Arlington, SD, Lew (Roger) Page of DeSmet, SD; Godson, Patrick (Amy) Carroll, Flandreau, SD; sisters-in-law, Marilyn (Dwight) Kruse, Brookings, SD, and Carmen Dannenbring, DeSmet, SD; brothers-in-law, Kevin (Laura) Eichstadt, Huron, SD, Rodney (Kathleen) Eichstadt, Wolsey, SD, Phillip (Julie) Eichstadt, Aberdeen, SD, Keri Sorensen, Avondale, AZ; aunt and uncle, Rita and Milton Handel, Freeman, SD; aunt, Beatrice Hein, Ipswich, SD; and aunt, Donna Egan, Sturgis, SD; nieces: Ann (Brandon, Ava, Aden) Bunker, Jennifer (Doug, Jaycee, Alyssa, Owen) Welbig, LariAnn (Adam) Helzer, Lisa (Casey, Isabel, Kyle, Lane, Tabor) Liebsch, Gina (Alexander, Grace, Sara) Dannenbring, Josie (Chad, Gabe, Julia) Mostek, Provatia (James, Louis) Pietile, Letitia (Martin, Lucy, Sam, Marcie) Fashbaugh, Ashley (Jeremy, Landon, Kaleb, Isabella) Schafer; nephews: Adam (Tasha, Joseph, Myles, Gabby, Max) Dannenbring, Alex (Rachel, Conrad) Dannenbring, Matthew (Candace, Copper, Brielle) Carroll, Timothy (Stephanie, Waylon, Whitney, Warner) Carrol, Patrick (Amy) Carroll, Jeffrey Carroll, Derek (Jill, Trevor, Ellie) Etjen, Daren Etjen, Damian (Dordaneh Rachel) Potvin, Brian (Amy, Brett, Rachel, Carson) Page, Jay (Teri Joe, Hadley, Hayes) Eichstadt, Jordan (Clarissa) Kruse, and James, Jeff, Jason Kruse; aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; father-in-law, Dale Eichstadt, two brothers: Lon and Lee Dannenbring; one brother-on-law, Stacey Eichstadt; and one nephew, Andrew Dannenbring.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred for future contribution in Lana’s memory.

Reck Funeral Home of Miller has been entrusted with Lana’s arrangements.