Visitation with the family will follow after the Inurnment at the church.Lavern was born January 30, 1930 in Lemmon, SD to Fred and Hilda (Miller) Baumeister.In 2012 a relationship sparked between her and Darrel Lindvedt. They spent many hours visiting their children and grandchildren and rarely missed an event or activity.They were a constant fixture throughout the area whether at morning coffee or community events.He worked for the South Dakota Department of Transportation for 35 years.He then worked for Sam’s Club, and then after moving to Pierre, worked for Wal-Mart.
Darline Imogene Eisenbraun was born at Winner, SD to Albert and Tabea (Fettinger) Eisenbraun on July 13, 1925.
One of their favorite passions together was watching the Minnesota Twins either on TV or up in Minneapolis. As proud as she was of her grandkids and their achievements, her competitive personality never quite allowed her to actually throw a game.
The relationship Eunice had with her grandchildren was very tight knit, filled with many pitch tournaments and laughs.
Pierre, SD, Angela (Dennis Scott) of Presho, SD, Linda (Larry) Stuckenbroker of Windom, MN and Becky Diehm of Presho, SD; brother Neil Baumeister of Las Vegas, NV; sisters: Leona “Babe” Croal of AZ and Joanne (Jim) Heffernan of Scales Mound, IL and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
Eunice Mae Hullinger, lifetime resident of Vivian, SD died on her 83rd birthday, March 25, 2018 at Avera North Heart Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD.
Vern was very proud of his military service during the Korean War, at the Atomic testing station at Desert Rock, Arizona, and driving the DAV vans.