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Bill started out working at Sturgis Livestock when he was in high school, as well as breaking and training horses, which he continued to do for his entire life-time.
After the family moved back to Sturgis, Bill ranched with his father and worked at Wheeler Lumber and Bridge in Whitewood, SD. In 1985, Bill opened up his welding and repair shop at the family home.
This included a "Make a Difference Day" drive that was recognized by the national "Make a Difference Day" committee.
Although he may not have always showed how deep his affection was, he loved his children and grandchildren and was very proud of them and their accomplishments.
She and Bob moved to Staten Island in 1947, where they raised their two children.