Danny will continue to help others through tissue donation.Daniel Robert Hayes, 68, passed away Saturday, May 19, 2018, at the University of Colorado Hospital.(Nina); son-in-law, Lester Aasheim; sisters, Laverne (Ercile) Gaumer, and Betty (Farnham) and Clifford Hardacre; brothers, Robert (Bernie) Faler, George (Eve) Faler, Franklin (Mary) Walker, Zachary Peterson, and Sharilyn Peterson; and friend, Joseph Overland. He ended his career as a Paramedic and was the SD Director of EMS.
(Linda) Peterson, Harriman, TN, Shanna Jones, Dunkirk, IN, Carl Peterson Jr., Opal, SD, and Michelle Mc Graw (Tom Kjenstad), Newell, SD; nine great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. A private family service will be held at a later date.
Preceding Gladys in death were her parents, George and Susan Hansell; husband, Harvey; daughter, Lois; son, Mark, Sr. Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Danny was born May 11, 1950, in Sturgis, SD, the son of Bill and Dorothy (Chaney) Hayes. Danny started his career in EMS in 1971 and graduated from South West Oklahoma City Community College with a Masters in EMS Training.
She was instrumental in opening the Faith Legion Community Hall.
There she served as Treasurer for 24 years, helped with the distribution of commodities, rummage sales, hunter's dinners, and other community events.
Calvin attended Squaw Butte School for grades 1-8, a horseback ride of about three and a half miles.
He attended tenth grade at Fox Ridge School near Maurine and completed high school, graduating from Newell High School in 1940.Following high school, Calvin attended South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, following his interest in rocks by majoring in geological engineering.With one quarter left until graduation, he was drafted into the U. Navy, joining other members of the Great Generation, serving from 1944-1946.The best travels were close to home to Mount Rushmore, Dinosaur Park and Wall Drug, which occurred almost every time the family was together.After retiring, she volunteered at the Senior Center.Gladys is survived by her daughter, Marilynn Aasheim, Kalispell, MT; son, Carl Sr., (Judy) Peterson of Rapid City; daughter-in-law, Phyllis Peterson, Jonesborough, TN; grandchildren, Lois (Terry) Heckman, Loveland, CO, Lester Jr. He has been a member of Local Union #478 of the Union of Operating Engineers since 1949 where he worked as a Crane Operator until retirement. Edward, 89, Box Elder, died Friday, May 18, 2018, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.