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Randy Goff was born November 19, 1960, to Frank Goff and Ida (Bryant-Goff) Tryon in Rapid City, SD. He graduated with a Bachelor of Agriculture Science and he was a registered Seed Technologist.
He was a proud 4-H'er and member of the Newell FFA. He graduated from Newell HS in 1979 then continued his education at SDSU in Brookings, SD.
He is also survived by his very special friend and helper, Helen Komes, Sturgis, SD, and her children, David (Dianna) Komes, Rapid City, SD, and Diane Hallock, Sturgis, SD. Friday, February 16, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis. Saturday, February 17, 2018, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel, Sturgis, SD, with Pastor Harold Delbridge officiating.
Ed was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Leah Poss; a son, Roger Allen Poss; and an infant daughter. Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Rolland was born September 11, 1926, to Everett and Bertha Willard at Rapid City, SD.
Memorial services will be AM Saturday, February 17, 2018, at Big Bend Presbyterian Church in Rapid City with Pastor Bob Savot officiating. Her and her children moved to the Tryon ranch at Deers Ears. Ida was preceded in death by her parents, Leach and Edna Bryant; her husband, Charlie Tryon; sister, Mary Baker; brothers, Louis Bryant and Dale Bryant; great-granddaughter, Kinley Joe Tharp; niece, Chelsey Bryant; and great-niece, Vicky Evans. Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Hank was born February 26, 1946, to Darrel and Cora (Jensen) Kurtz in Groton, SD.
Memorial contributions can be made to Big Bend Presbyterian Church. She enjoyed being a wife, mother, and the ranch life. She would give her last dollar to someone if she thought they needed it more. She loved getting together, but always wanted to get back to her animals at the ranch. Visitation will be Sunday, February 11, from to p.m. Funeral services will be held Monday, February 12, 2018, at a.m. He attended elementary and junior high school at Joan of Arc school, a half mile from the family farm and graduated from Groton High School in 1965.
It was very difficult for him to move to Sturgis and leave the ranch that was his entire life.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.For 27 years, he was a dedicated Madison, SD, Seed Technologist that ran on plant time. If someone needed it more than him, he would give what he had.If they needed a place to stay, his door was always open.Visitation will be Wednesday, February 21, from to p.m. He attended the 4 Mile rural school for 8 years and made it through 8 weeks of high school before he and a friend decided to quit and walked the 25 miles home to the ranch.After quitting school, Ed found work at the Homestake Gold Mine and Ft. He did find work at a farm in Vale, where he took a shine to the farmers daughter. Ed continued on the ranch with the help of his grandson, Dustin, until 2001.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.