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She was preceded in death by her father, James Gibson; father-in-law, Forrest Goddard; brothers-in-law, Marshall Goddard and Donald Ericson; and sister-in-law, Annette Gibson.
A memorial may be made to the ALS Foundation on her behalf. on Sunday, January 7, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis. Monday, January 8, 2018, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis. Send Flowers View Memorial Folder Sign/View Registry James Edward Bradley was born April 2, 1933, in Wessington Springs, SD, to Donald and Florence (Krog) Bradley.
Jim grew up in Wessington Springs where he attended school until he went into the Air Force where he stayed for three years.
After returning from the Air Force, Jim lived in Montana where he met his wife, Theresa.
During this time, his home base was in Colorado Springs, CO, and Leadville, CO.
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.
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.
What he taught them could not be learned in any book.
Tarrie Jay Goddard, 57, Sturgis, SD, died Thursday, January 4, 2018, at her home in Sturgis.She leaves behind her husband, Monte; daughter, Kristie Sierra; son, E. (Christina) Snyder; and grandchildren, Larissa Mayhew, Rylea Joyce, and TJ Snyder.Survivors also include her mother, Merne Gibson; brothers, Jack (Deb) Gibson, Jim Gibson, and Jerry (Beth) Gibson; sister, Tracy (Doug) Patrick; Sturgis family in-laws, Gerie Ericson, Lavina Goddard, Tom (Betty) Goddard; mother-in-law, Anna Goddard; and numerous nieces and nephews.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.He is also survived by his brother, Gary, and wife, Evelyn, of Wessington Springs; two sisters, Mary Jackson of Lane, and Pat Christensen of Arizona; 12 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Bob started working in the timber at an early age and put himself through high school cutting and hauling posts.