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He was a practical jokester and added his special touch to all his projects which we referred to as "Hillbillyin Up." If he could only buy something in red, it was immediately painted green.He was a hard-working man who believed in helping his neighbors and fellowmen. He hired one of the neighbor boys, Sam Millard, to help him in the woods and later his grandsons, Jason and Josh.A memorial has been established to Fort Meade Hospice.Send Flowers View Memorial Folder Sign/View Registry Ardis Pearl (Stage) Smiley was born January 9, 1931, in Faith, SD, to Albert and Clyde (Timmons) Stage of Red Owl.He also enjoyed the times when all his family got together for the holidays, a wedding, or a family reunion.Jim is survived by his three sons, Jim and wife, Donna, of El Mirage, AZ, Mike and wife, Kristy, of Whitewood, and Mark and wife, Cathy, of Rapid City; and two daughters, Deb Buringa of Wessington and Sheila Jamison and husband, Jeff, of San Antonio.Upon his honorable discharge from the Army in 1961, Bob and his family moved back to Rapid City and to Lead in 1962 where they resided until his death.Bob loved his family, logging, hunting, and football.
She always loved a good time with her family and friends.
After retiring in 2010, she and her husband, Monte, traveled the United States, RVing.
After diagnosis in the fall of 2015, they settled in Sturgis.
After returning from the Air Force, Jim lived in Montana where he met his wife, Theresa.
The couple lived in Montana for a while then moved to Wessington Springs where they raised their five children, after which Jim and Theresa moved to Sturgis where they lived the remainder of their lives.