Send Flowers View Memorial Folder Sign/View Registry Doug was born January 17, 1957, to Robert and Dorothy Kaiser. Doug made so many friends through his wrestling and softball years.
Doug attended K-12 in Sturgis and completed a semester at Huron College. Doug excelled in wrestling all through high school and continued coaching AAU wrestling for 20 years. He always had so many stories to tell, and everybody enjoyed listening to them.
With the look on her face, you would always know what she was thinking without her even saying a word.
Teddy Ann will always be remembered as the most courageous, brave, and strongest woman around and gave everything she had to fight to be around for as long as she could, for her family.
He is also survived by 41 great-grandchildren (4th generation); 4 great-great-grandchildren (5th generation); and many nieces and nephews.Doug married his high school sweetheart, Linda, on November 12, 1976, at Grace Lutheran Church. He loved teaching young wrestlers, and his inspiration led many to victory. Doug's last place of employment was at Owen's Interstate, where he worked until his death.Doug also enjoyed playing softball and spent many summers at the ball fields. Doug lost his very courageous battle to cancer on July 5, 2018.Teddy Ann married Thomas Outka on November 28, 1986.With this marriage, they cared for and loved five children and had 13 grandchildren. She loved crafts and enjoyed the outdoors with camping, fishing, going on motorcycle rides, and spending time with her family and friends.You could never find a greater sister bond than you could between Teddy Ann, Carrie, and Delores.Everyone that knew Teddy Ann knew how strong willed and stubborn she was.He married Marlene Inghram on December 23, 1958, in Sturgis, SD.They started out their married life living in Rapid City working for Pools, hauling trailer houses and enjoyed being a dad to his two daughters, Rosa and Velva.Dean Arnold Vetter was born June 21, 1937, in Burtrum, MN, to Adam and Laura (Shinabarger) Vetter.When Dean was starting school, Adam decided to move his family to his home town, Bison, SD. After high school, he worked construction in Minnesota.