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Rolland graduated from Rapid City High School in 1946.He was drafted into the Army in 1954 and discharged in 1956.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.
ND, and half-brother, Glen (Margie) Tryon, Rapid City, SD; his nieces and nephews, Lee Stenstron, Carl Vacha, Amanda Vacha, Lisa (Dennis) Fisher, Rhonda Reiswig, Sara, April, and Miranda Goff, Ana Goff, Chuck Goff, Ashley Goff, Dillon and Kalorada Eagon, Josie (Kasey) Tharp, Chance, Seth, and Mattie Mastel, and Taylor, Taton, and Myah Tryon; and numerous uncles and aunts.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.Send Flowers View Memorial Folder Sign/View Registry Ida Emelia Tryon was born February 6, 1943, to Leach and Edna Bryant. She was raised on the Bryant ranch and attended a one room schoolhouse in Pleasant Valley. On August 31, 1983, Ida and Chuck were blessed with a son, Glen Leach Tryon. Ida lived the rest of her life caring for poultry, horses, bum lambs, and cows. He joined the United States Air Force after high school and served as a flight crewman for medical evacuations during the Vietnam War.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.of Veterans Affairs, Fort Meade, February 11, 2018. She still chopped ice for the cows and burned wood. Ida, 75, Newell, died Wednesday, February 7, 2018, at her ranch.Rolland is survived by his wife of 63 years, Laura, son, William, daughter, Lillian (Gene) Kienzle, son, Kenneth (Linda), all of Rapid City; five grandchildren, Jeff (Kim) Olson, Arizona, Jamie (Karin) Kienzle and Shelly Kienzle, both Rapid City, Mike (Becky) Willard, Sturgis, and Melissa (Chris) Spielmann, Sioux Falls; and 10 great-grandchildren. When anyone would tell her to slow down, she would say, "If I die doing things on the ranch, I will die happy. Ida is survived by children, Idamae Goff, Champlin, MN, Randy (Diane) Goff, Madison, SD, Larry Goff, Box Elder, SD, Adam Goff, Box Elder, SD, June (Rex) Eagon, Rhame, ND, Guy Goff, Springfield, SD, Hope (Mike) Mastel, Marmarth, ND, and Glen (Margie) Tryon, Rapid City, SD; her pride and joy, her grandchildren, Lee Stenstron, Carl Vacha, Amanda Vacha, Lisa Sanchez-Fisher, Rhonda Reiswig, Sara, April, Miranda Goff, Anna Goff, Chuck Goff, Ashley Goff, Dillon Eagon, Kalorada Eagon, Josie (Kasey) Tharp, Chance Mastel, Seth (Mattie) Mastel, Taylor, Taton, and Myah Tryon; her great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. He always worried about his mom and would help her pay bills in HS during the tough times. He worked for many friends and neighbors haying and on their ranches during high school.He and Leah Pflaumer were married December 29, 1948. Then because of aches and pains, Ed got a hired man and moved into the townhouse he had built.It was very difficult for him to move to Sturgis and leave the ranch that was his entire life.