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He is also survived by his friends, Diana Finch; Tara (Willy) Beckers and Tanner, Jacob, and Paige; Tricia (Brad) Johnson; Ginger (James) Harris and Sierra, Kaitlyn, and Cameron; and Justina Finch, Daytona, Mc Kenna, and Hadley. Friday, February 23, 2018, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel with Pastor Harold Delbridge officiating. Send Flowers View Memorial Folder Sign/View Registry Edward H.
Randy is preceded in death by his grandparents, Leach and Edna Bryant; his father, Frank Goff; mother, Ida Tryon; aunt, Mary Baker; uncles, Louis Bryant and Dale Bryant; and great-niece, Kinley Joe Tharp. Visitation will be Thursday, February 22, from to p.m. "Ed" Poss was born June 16, 1924, to Frank and Clara (Karrels) Poss.
Rolland graduated from Rapid City High School in 1946.
He was drafted into the Army in 1954 and discharged in 1956.
In 1954, he married Laura Price and they had 3 children. Rolland enjoyed fishing, haying, and tending his cattle.
Rolland William Willard, 91, of Rapid City, passed away peacefully at the Dept.
He was talking about buying bulls and calving right up until the time he passed away. Ed, 93, of Sturgis, SD, passed away Wednesday, February 14, 2018, in Sturgis, SD.
Ed is survived by his daughter, Debbie (Gary) Mailloux, Vale, SD; grandsons, Dayne Mailloux, and Dustin (Melissa) Mailloux, both of Rapid City, SD; granddaughter, Amanda (Scott) Sheeler, Vale, SD; great-grandchildren, Aubrey and Nathan Mailloux, Rapid City, SD, Braylee and Keion Freytag, Vale, SD, and Lainey Sheeler and step great-granddaughter, Lexie Sheeler, Vale, SD; brother, John Poss, Gainesville, FL; sisters, Mary Baker, Spearfish, SD, and Lois Halbrook, Red Bluff, CA; and numerous nieces and nephews.
While stationed at Mc Cord AFB in Tacoma, WA, he met the love of his life, Joyce, and they spent 49 years in marriage until his death. In addition to over the road trucking, he loved to help family and friends doing any projects and building things.
He was very proud of all he had accomplished with the improvements and the adding of land to the ranch.
He still worked in the field last summer raking hay and checking on heifers.
He proudly began his adventure of a Seed Technologist in California for 3 years but his heart was still in South Dakota with his family. After a few years, he bought a small acreage and house where he started his horse herd, also known as Randys addictions.
He could rattle off pedigrees of Quarter horses like most people would say their ABCs.