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category: Obituary, date: 2012-02-23, by Avon SD
Arline Marjorie Giedd
Arline Marjorie GieddArline Marjorie Giedd
(July 11, 1927 - February 23, 2012)

Funeral services are 1:30 PM, Monday, February 27, 2012 at the Trinity Presbyterian Church in Avon. Burial is in the church cemetery, rural Avon. Visitation is Sunday from 2 PM until 5 PM at the Crosby-Jaeger Funeral Chapel in Avon.

Arline was born July 11, 1927 on the farm in rural Avon, SD, the daughter of Edward and Hulda (Frey) Vogel. She died Thursday, February 23, 2012 at St. Michael’s Hospital in Tyndall, SD. Arline attained the age of 84 years, seven months and 12 days.

Arline received her education from the Vilhauer District 73 school and graduated from Avon High School in 1945. She continued her education and received Nurse’s Training at Sacred Heart Hospital and Mount Marty College in Yankton, graduating in May of 1948.

Arline was united in marriage to Wilmer Giedd at Yankton on November 1, 1948. To this union four children were born.

Arline worked for a short time at the Tyndall Hospital. She worked at the Good Samaritan Center in Tyndall from 1970 to 1980.

Arline was baptized and joined the Trinity Presbyterian Church on March 19, 1967, by Rev. Calvin Siemsen.

Arline will be remembered for her love of watching her grandchildren and great grandchildren grow up. She also enjoyed working in her garden and raising flowers.

Thankful for having shared her life are her husband, Wilmer Giedd of Avon; three children: Michael and wife Sharon Giedd of Avon; Tamara Jo and husband Harry Newhard of Tripp; and Kathleen Ann and husband David Wudel of Tripp; six grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; sister, Verlys Velma and husband Max Webb of Forges, France; brother, Harley E. Vogel of Las Vera Cruz, CA; and several nieces and nephews.

Arline was preceded in death by her parents and infant daughter, Kristie Kara Giedd, in 1965.

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