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In Memory of departed Chapter 1054 Members

Thomas Danielson        June 10, 2017    Big Stone City      Army

Gary Lindgren              May 20, 2017     Watertown, SD     Navy

Ron VanHoorn              May 6, 2017      Milbank, SD         Army

Dale Garriets                Dec. 5, 2016     Waubay, SD          SDNG

Dick Stricherz               Nov. 17, 2016   Watertown, SD      Navy

Rolland M Lambert        April 1, 2016     Watertown, SD     Army

Terry L Harmel             Feb. 18, 2016    Watertown, SD     Army N.G.

Richard A Johnston        Oct. 18, 2015   Randolph, MN       Air Force

Duane Hoffman            Aug. 20, 2015   Watertown, SD      Navy

Dallas I Hanson            May 4, 2015    Big Stone City, SD  Navy

Eugene L Tassler           Mar. 13, 2015  Watertown, SD      Air Force

Leland E Gordy             Dec. 24, 2014  Brandt, SD           Air Force

Jerald G Messerschmidt July 28, 2014   Watertown, SD      Air Force

Jack D Carr                 June 21, 2014   Watertown, SD     Army

Carol St. George          June 16, 2014   Milbank, SD         Army Assoc.

Lance C Reconnu          Feb. 2, 2014     Kenosha, WI        Army

Jerry D Deakins           Dec. 31, 2013   Hooven, OH         Army

James E Fortin             May 30, 2013   Watertown, SD     Marines

Jim Mahlen                  Sep. 8, 2011    Clark, SD            Air Force

Frank Schleuter            Nov. 19, 2011  Huron, SD           Army

Maynard Almjeld           Dec. 1, 2011   Watertown, SD     Associate

Donald Hiler

Harvey Dale Wellnitz

Ronald K Tol

GOOD-BYE TO A BROTHER ROLAND “ROLLIE” LAMBERT. Rollie was the past Chapter 1054 President and was currently serving as the VVA State President. He also was the Commander of Frank H. Adams Post 750 of Veterans of Foreign Wars. But most of all Rollie was a loving father and husband and a very good friend to all the veterans the he knew. Rollie was a great motivator, but always knew when a listening ear was needed. After graduating from high school in 1967, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served his first tour in Vietnam in the fall of 1968. After three tours, he was honorably discharged in 1970.

Roland M. “Rollie” Lambert

Terry Harmel

Gene Tassler

Raymond Fransen

Wilfred Schulte