Jennetta Neugebauer

Dates

October 26, 1922 - December 8, 2012

Obituary

 

Jennetta Neugebauer was born October 26, 1922, at Corsica, SD, Douglas County, to Ben and Minnie (Beukelman) Wiersma. She attended country school and did house work at a young age. She attended NYA School at White Lake for four years, did café work and was employed at Mitchell Produce and Morrows Produce in Armour. On February 19, 1952, she married Lewis Neugebauer at St. John Lutheran Church, rural Dimock. To this union, they were blessed with five children. They farmed south of Mount Vernon for three years then moved to a farm west of Ethan. As a wife and mother, she spent many hours skillfully cooking, baking, mending and canning. She can be remembered spending time outdoors in the yard and caring for her chickens. She cherished artifacts, especially of her family and community and loved to save mementos of the past to share with others. Her pastimes included looking through family pictures, preparing scrap books and sewing. She was a longtime member of St. John Lutheran Church.

She is survived by four children: Sharon and husband Howard Weischedel of Plankinton; Janice and husband Ron Junge of Rapid City; Connie and husband Robert Bruske of Ethan; Larry Neugebauer of Ethan; daughter-in-law, Kathy Neugebauer of Mitchell, eleven granddaughters, three grandsons, one great-granddaughter, three great-grandsons, two brothers, Andrew Wiersma of Armour and William Wiersma of Mitchell, one sister, Frances Holzhauser of Mitchell and a sister-in-law, Evelyn Wiersma of Viborg. She was preceded in death by her husband Lewis of 54 years in 2005, her parents, her son Roger in August of 1994, her brother Arie Wiersma in October of 1994, an infant brother, sister-in-law, Wanda Wiersma, brother-in-law, Raymond Holzhauser and nephew, Dennis Wiersma.


Visitation(s)

Date
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location
Bittner Funeral Chapel
805 West Havens
Mitchell, South Dakota

Service

Date
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Time
10:30 AM
Location
Saint John Lutheran Church
Dimock, South Dakota

Cemetery

Saint John Lutheran Cemetery
Dimock, South Dakota


Posted by Mikey on December 26, 2012
Hello NickI would like you to know our township, Dimock is Beautiful. It's SAD a hufandl of people that live on Carter Road has caused so many to believe a lie. They let greed distort the truth. The media as everyone knows is selective in what they broadcast. Negative news sells, right! I will tell you we live in a township (Dimock) where there are hills, wetlands, pastures, lakes, farms, open land and forests. Many different types of wildlife, you can look out your window and be surprised each time. We have rabbits of course, ground hogs, fox, wild turkeys, white tailed deer, bobcats, and black bears to name a few. A large variety of beautiful birds, we are a rural community. I am happy that the real truth is starting to be told, and most of all people want to know the truth. There is hope for humanity.A Well pad is built, a drilling rig is brought in and set up. There are rigs scattered throughout our area. But this is a temporary event, quite amazing. After the wells are drilled, the land is reclaimed. The landowner has many options, like trees planted, grass, a food plot for wildlife, or made back into a pasture. the gas companies have been keeping their word. Also the gas companies have been rebuilding many of our roads, they have never been better.I'm sure other people will be following this discussion, I don't have answers to all of your questions. But hang in there you will get them. Drilling is continuing throughout the area. Because of the select few on Carter Road, one of our government agencies DEP has put a moratorium on a nine square mile tract of land surrounding Carter Road. There has been more water testing of various water wells in our area by government agencies. Some of the results are available to the public, more results are expected in the near future.I can tell you our water from our well is fine, and if you ask other people from our township you will hear the same amswer. Stay tuned I'm sure other people from our area will be responding.Thanks for writing and wanting to know the truth!J&D
Posted by J Nunnally on December 10, 2012
I am sorry to learn of your family sorrow. The death of a loved one is painful. If I may, I'd like to share scripture found in your Bible that may comfort you in some way. John 6:40 reads...For this is the will of my Father, everyone that beholds the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life, and I will resurrect him in the last days. You see, according to this promise, we have hope.
Posted by Nancy, RN on December 10, 2012
Sharon thinking of you & your family ...
Praying that you'll sense Godís presence
In this time of grief
And feel Godís love surrounding you
And know His inner peace
For God cares so much for you
And wipes each tear you cry
You never need to feel alone
For Heíll never leave your side
Posted by Cindi Dixon on December 10, 2012
Our deepest sympathy Connie and entire family! Our prayers are with you. Bryan and Cindi
Posted by Wendy Junge on December 10, 2012
Jennetta was a lovely lady, always caring for her family. I always enjoyed her laugh and smile! She is now with Lewis and Roger, I can only imagine the joy she feels seeing them again. She will be missed by all who loved her, but feel comfort in the wonderful memories of her life. Thoughts and Prayers to all!! Hugs!!! Wendy
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