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With the help of Ervin and her mother-in-law, she learned the ways of country life by canning, raising chickens and ducks, gardening and more!After the death of her father, her mother, Sophie Derby (famous pie baker) spent time at the farm with her perfecting the art of pie and pastry baking.She loved being a grandmother and especially enjoyed each of her great grandsons: Henry (6), Charlie (3), Jack (3 months), Miles (20 months) and Nolan (19 months). Wucetich, 79, of Orting, WA will be am Saturday, June 30, 2018 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Chamberlain with burial in the Reliance Cemetery at Reliance, SD.Visitation with family present will be Friday from to pm at the Hickey Funeral Chapel in Chamberlain.During their 37 years of marriage, they lived and worked on the family farm in Presho and later moved to White River to help Cherry’s grandfather for a few years before making a permanent home in Presho around 1988.After moving back, Bill worked at the Presho elevator, Dakota Southern Railroad, and Presho Livestock.As a young girl and through high school she spent many hours working at the Derby Café, a well-known establishment owned by her parents and grandparents. Donna was the “city” girl that moved to the country.
He enjoyed going to the Reliance Gas Station almost every day.She looked forward to lunch with her good friends every Sunday after church and visits from her family.Gratefully sharing her life are her husband Ervin of 68 years; her children Curtis (Suzanne) of Chamberlain, SD and Patricia (Ulises) of Pierre, SD; grandchildren Chris (Lindsey), Andy (Desirae), Wendy (Matt) and Brian (Brittny) as well five great grandsons.He was the fourth of six children who grew up on the ranch southeast of Reliance, SD.Kevin attended grade school at Cooper School located south of the ranch. He was active in football, wrestling, and summer baseball.