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Laddie is preceded in death by his parents, Guy and Lottie Smith, wife Lilas, daughter Vickie King, and great grandson Gary Puls. From this union four children were born: Dan, Greg, Susan and Mike.
He is survived by a sister, Beverly Mc Peak, of Valentine, Nebraska; a brother, Barry Smith of California; children: Janice Jennings of Laramie, Kelly Smith of Laramie, Grady (Suzie) Smith of Laramie, Troy (Twila) Smith of Torrington, Tammy Smith of Laramie, and Tina (Jon) Ball of Corvallis, Oregon; a magnitude of grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren. Houser, 83, of Oacoma, SD will be on Monday, May 28, 2018 at pm at the Oacoma Community Center (OCC) in Oacoma. She was active in her community as a Cub Scout Leader and volunteered on the Oacoma Centennial Committee. But most of all she enjoyed being a homemaker; she enjoyed sewing, crocheting, gardening, canning and cooking/baking.
Medicine Creek Ranch would be their home until 1983 when they moved to Laramie.
Laddie worked for Ranchway and A&C Feed Companies and enjoyed traveling the country and having dinner with the local ranchers of Albany County. Laddie was the ultimate cowboy, running the Pony Express Ride in 1979 from St.
Laddie also treasured the time he got to spend with his coffee buddies during the week, especially his longtime friend Arlow Hulett.
Laddie’s lessons in cowboyin’ will never be forgotten, nor will the love that he held for his family.
After living in Kennebec for almost 12 years, they moved to the ranch on the Big Laramie River in 1967.
He had the fastest time with the stop that ended near Gehring, Nebraska. He has some of the best blood lines known and won several trophies and his prized saddle.
He was a lifetime honorary member of the American Quarterhorse Association, and you can find every addition of their magazine in his den.
Moore, 83, of Kennebec, SD were held am Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the Kennebec Methodist Church in Kennebec with burial in the Kennebec Cemetery at Kennebec.
Visitation was one hour prior to the funeral service. Early in his career Ron worked for Lyman County Highway Department, Kennebec City Maintenance, and then he became manager of Kennebec Co-op Lumber and Hardware.