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La Verne believed that health, family, and friends were the most important things in life, because without them you have nothing.Bubba loved to be with friends whether it was a big trip to Wendover, NV or just having company at the house.La Verne loved the farm and wasn’t afraid to try new things.Alfred and La Verne were the first in Lyman County to have air seeders and tractors with triples.As a young child, the family moved to a farm northwest of Murdo where she attended country school.She later graduated from Murdo High School before going on to Springfield Normal College where she obtained a teaching certificate. She married Carroll Broecher November 11, 1937 in Kennebec, SD, making their home on a farm near Murdo.La Verne (Bubba) Ehlers passed away at his home on Wed., Dec. He was born July 21, 1945 to Alfred and La Vonne (Ramser) Ehlers in Presho, SD.He grew up in Presho, attended Presho High School, and then enlisted in the Army in 1963.
As the children grew, the family moved into Murdo so they could attend school.
Julia enjoyed being a wife, mother, and homemaker, but also did babysitting and sewing for her friends and family. She enjoyed taking care of her numerous house plants and spending a lot of time at the Senior Citizen’s Center and her exercise group.
Julia lived independently until she was 100 before moving in with her daughter Jean.
He will be remembered as a hardworking man, loyal friend and generous guy, who always had a helping hand to offer.
In 2010 La Verne was diagnosed with amyloidosis, a rare form of blood cancer.