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In 1975, Bill and Sally, along with Seth and Clay, moved to the old Hardy place on Alkali.
Soon after, they welcomed their little girl, Cally, to their family.
Lila and Bob, who was from Staten Island, NY, were married in Mexico in 1945.
Lila lived in Sturgis with her parents while Bob was overseas with the Navy Air Corps.
The newlyweds moved to Stoneville, SD, where Bill worked for his father.
Then the young couple moved to work at the 2 Rivers Ranch before moving back to Stoneville.
After the family moved back to Sturgis, Bill ranched with his father and worked at Wheeler Lumber and Bridge in Whitewood, SD. In 1985, Bill opened up his welding and repair shop at the family home.
She also volunteered in the Union Township library for 13 years.
In Sturgis, she volunteered for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), hospital auxiliary, Chamber of Commerce, school library, and was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
They moved to Albuquerque, NM, in 2006, to be near their daughter.
Lila served as a PTA officer in both Staten Island and Union Township, NJ, and was an honorary life member of the National Congress of PTA Associations.