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Julia enjoyed being a wife, mother, and homemaker, but also did babysitting and sewing for her friends and family. She enjoyed taking care of her numerous house plants and spending a lot of time at the Senior Citizen’s Center and her exercise group.Julia lived independently until she was 100 before moving in with her daughter Jean.
They moved to town and purchased a bar and was named Alex’s Place.After a while, doctors told him, “Just keep doing what you’re doing, it’s working.”La Verne is survived by his wife, Carol, two daughters Julie (Jade) Schindler and Jill (Brad) Scott, and one son Adam (Kjersti-Helene) Ehlers, as well as eleven grandchildren: Hunter, Jesse, Ty, and Max Schindler, Skyler, Landen, Marina, Ashten, and Ember Scott, Aksel and Ella Ehlers, his sister Joyce (Willis) Houchin and in-laws Jeanie (Mo) Ohman, Cliff (Pat) Halverson, and Gary Halvorson. Myrtle Hattie Kenobbie was born September 22, 1917 near Reliance, SD, to Andrew and Mary (Krause) Kenobbie.Eileen is survived by her daughter, Melanie (Steve) Forcum of Pueblo, CO; son, Rick (Crystal) Pendleton of Pueblo; brothers, Donald Kistler of Custer; Gene (Rita) Kistler of Brick, NJ; Patrick Kistler of Loveland, CO; Jerry (Lorna) Kistler of Chamberlain, SD; Richard (Barb) Kistler of Sarasota, FL; sister, Mary Lou Neville of North Glen, CO; five grandchildren, Justina (Sean), Kyle, Kenny, Aura (Jacob), Jessie and two great grandchildren, Sofie and Violet. As a young girl, she attended the rural country school.La Verne returned to the farm in 1965 and met the love of his life, Carol Sue Halverson.Carol and La Verne were united in marriage March 15, 1969 and to this union, three children were born; Julie Sue, Jill La Vonne and Adam La Verne.Those left to mourn her passing include her children, Ruth (Carroll) Cash, Belle Fourche, Edith (Dale) Fischer, Hershey, NE, and Jean (Clifford) Kinsley, Murdo; siblings, Annabelle Mc Daniel, Rapid City, Fred Lebeda, Michigan, Betty (Russ) Beck, Pierre, and Leone Kreager, Valley, NE; 16 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren and seven great great grandchildren.
Julia was preceded in death by her husband, John Carroll Broecher in 1974; a son, Warren; a great grandson, Luke Hanson, and siblings, Daniel, Kenneth, Helen, James, Wilbert, Leonard, Anton, Thomas and Bernard.
He will be remembered as a hardworking man, loyal friend and generous guy, who always had a helping hand to offer.
In 2010 La Verne was diagnosed with amyloidosis, a rare form of blood cancer.
When he wasn’t in the field, he loved a game of cards, gardening, or any project that involved the front end loader.
He enjoyed giving away his sweet corn and silver eagle coins for special occasions.
Julia Broecher, 101, of Murdo, passed away December 19, 2017, at Avera Maryhouse in Pierre.