His creative side came through in poetry he wrote, paintings, playing music, and the fun cartoon doodles he always drew. 6, 1934, in Dimock, SD, the son of Fernand and Elizabeth (Kummer) Schoenfelder. The couple lived most of their lives in the Sioux City area, where they owned and operated K-D Fir Farm, a mink ranch, for 25 years as well as Fashion Fur.
In 1938 his family moved to the Bruce and Minnie Herman ranch where Ray grew up with his sisters. As a young man, Ray worked road construction and helped build the Highway 16 bridge at Chamberlain, SD.
He met the love of his life at a dance in Presho, SD. This union welcomed three children – Guy, Timothy, and Dawn.
Further attention to supporting maternal mental health status in the antenatal period is required.
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Maternal demographic, physical and mental health, and family and relationship characteristics were measured.
The association between symptoms of AD and maternal characteristics was determined using multiple logistic regression.11.9% of the participating women had EPDS scores (13 ) that indicated probable AD. Walters, 96, of Brandon, SD, and former long-time Lyman County farmer and rancher, passed away February 6, 2018, at Bethany Meadows Assisted Living in Brandon.Funeral services will be Saturday, February 10, at am, at American Lutheran Church, Presho. Isburg Hofmeister Funeral Chapel has been entrusted with arrangements. Ray was born at home in Hamill, SD on December 6, 1934. Mower Parts has a full line of parts including carburetors, tires, batteries, belts, blades, starters, trimmer string, PTO clutches, and much more. They are located in the former location of Pro Green Plus.Throughout Ray and Twyla’s humble beginnings, they worked closely with Ray’s parents Bruce and Minnie. As the years went by, the farm and ranch grew, and soon Ray’s sons Guy and Tim were farming alongside him.