He enjoyed driving fast cars, and riding bulls in high school rodeo club. Don became a father at a young age, but like many things in his life he was a natural at it. Logger, construction worker, police officer, mechanic, trucker, demolitions expert (only by exaggerating his explosives experience) and the handiest man that we ever knew.

He was a fun and affectionate dad that always had time to play and laugh with his kids, even after working a twelve-hour shift. He was very proud of his most recent position as building maintenance technician for the city of Deadwood.

She graduated from Belle Fourche High School in 1947 and prior to marrying the love of her life, Thomas W.

She greatly enjoyed her family and was a loving mother & grandmother.

Cheryl was a lifelong member of the United Methodist Church in Lead and was deeply devoted to helping church members and elderly neighbors in need.

He graduated from Sundance High School and left directly after graduation for boot camp for the Army National Guard. Rich passed away surrounded by family on November 2, 2017, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

Surviving are his daughter, Kaylee Griffith; her mother, Marla Griffith; his father, Thomas (Karen) Griffith; brother, Scott Riddell (Jody Nunez); sisters, Gwen Young and Jamie (Tim) Rath and children; brother, Sam Charles (Tori Sallee) and children; and Dee Dee (Ron) Sowers.

His parents were Thomas and Sharon (Schmaus) Griffith.

Rich attended several elementary schools while growing up as he moved around with his family in South Dakota, Oregon, and Wyoming. Rich enjoyed hunting/trapping, fishing, working on vehicles, and helping many people.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Sharon Richards, and his grandparents. Thursday, November 9, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis, SD. Friday, November 10, 2017, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis with Pastor David Baer officiating. Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Ed worked for Rochester Security services, and had a great passion for music, playing drums for the band, Mesa Drive.

Arvid "Ed" Brown, 67, Rapid City, was handed his angel wings on October 26, 2017.

It was a warm summer night in Deadwood when he met his wife, best friend, and love of his life, Gail.