Delia Maxine Steilen

Dates

March 26, 1929 - February 26, 2011

Obituary

 

 

Delia Maxine Steilen was born March 26, 1929 at Afton, OK to Charles and Nola (Hagebusch) Kuder. She grew up and attended school at Afton where she graduated from Vinita High School in 1947. She moved with her family to Mitchell in 1947.  On November 24, 1953 she married Clarence “Clarney” Steilen at Farmer, SD.  She worked along with her husband as a bookkeeper at Clarney’s Auto Supply in Alexandria.  She was a member of St. Mary of Mercy Catholic Church and the Altar Society.

She is survived by her husband, Clarence “Clarney”, two children: David Lee Steilen and Debra Ann Toyne and husband Todd of Tempe, AZ, three grandchildren, three brothers: Donnie Kuder and wife Linda of Mitchell, Lloyd Kuder and wife Katherine of Pueblo, CO, Eldon Kuder and wife Kathy of Woodbury, MN, four sisters: Helen Tietz, Maudene Hohbach and husband Don, Carolyn Damon and husband Jerry and Charlene Reinhart and husband Charles all of Mitchell.

She was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Delores Klink and Shirley Nelson.

 


Visitation(s)

Date
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location
Saint Mary of Mercy Catholic Church
Scripture Service ~ 7:00 PM
Alexandria, South Dakota

Service

Date
Friday, March 4, 2011
Time
10:30 AM
Location
Saint Mary of Mercy Catholic Church
Alexandria, South Dakota

Cemetery

Saint Mary of Mercy Cemetery
Alexandria, South Dakota


Posted by Nurasni on December 26, 2012
One of the greatest prbleoms lie in the history regarding inaction in the event of something that would warrant disciplinary action.It could be argued that the fringe benefits are there to help offset the increased scrutiny that a member of congress has placed upon their personal lives, families, etc. But if behavior that would warrant termination in any other private sector job occurs (looking at you Weiner, Wu, etc) nothing really has to happen other than them not being reelected, which could be years later. Yes, there is impeachment, but how often does that actually occur? Job security should be enough to compensate somebody who's job is solely to benefit their constituents.If Job security isn't important to our representatives, why should we believe them that their looking out for that in the citizens they represent?
Posted by Nurasni on December 26, 2012
One of the greatest prbleoms lie in the history regarding inaction in the event of something that would warrant disciplinary action.It could be argued that the fringe benefits are there to help offset the increased scrutiny that a member of congress has placed upon their personal lives, families, etc. But if behavior that would warrant termination in any other private sector job occurs (looking at you Weiner, Wu, etc) nothing really has to happen other than them not being reelected, which could be years later. Yes, there is impeachment, but how often does that actually occur? Job security should be enough to compensate somebody who's job is solely to benefit their constituents.If Job security isn't important to our representatives, why should we believe them that their looking out for that in the citizens they represent?
Posted by Vicky (Krumm) Glatt on March 8, 2011
So sorry to hear of your Loss. May your great memories help you thru this difficult time.
Posted by Tammy Koellner (Ingalls) on March 3, 2011
Dave,
Sorry to hear about your loss. May you find peace and comfort in memories of your mom.

Posted by Lori Smith on March 2, 2011
Deb
So sorry to hear about your Mom. My thoughts are prayers will be with you and your family. I know your Mom hadn't been well in awhile...but still very hard to lose a parent. Just get peace in knowing her suffering is over.
Posted by Mary and Allen Johnson on March 2, 2011
Deb and family
So sorry to hear about your mom. Though times are difficult now, her memories will forever be with you. Remember those memories and that you are cared and loved by many family and friends. Our thoughts are with you. Deepest sympathy to Clarney and David too.
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