After selling the farm, he made Rapid City, SD his home. Bob will be greatly missed by his sister Cathryn, his many nieces and nephews and friends.In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to your favorite charity.I smoked in my 20s and, although I officially quit at 30, I still succumb to the odd puff after a night on the merlot. While I may have cut out the cigarettes, my taste for wine has not diminished.I like a glass of red every other night, and every couple of weeks I go out and get a little tipsy — OK, very tipsy — with my friends.Haas and John Trone have had an up and down maiden season together, showing a lot of speed at Lincoln, but still looking for results elsewhere.Despite the warnings, I never used to worry too much that my lifestyle might one day show on my face. Below you'll find a list of three letter combinations starting with "M".These correspond to the first three letters of horse names that exist in our database.
Bob was born on December 2, 1924 and raised on the family homestead south of Kennebec to Charles and Ursula (Rapp) Sundall.He continued to farm and ranch on the family farm after his father’s death.Later, Bob and his mother moved into Kennebec and retired. He was preceeded in death by his parents; (5 brothers) Carl, Gilbert, John, Alvin and Theodore; (3 sisters) Twila Sundall, Anna Rumsey and Mary Whitney.Family and friends may sign Bob’s online guestbook at Authier died August 7, 2017, as a result of a scuba diving accident at Hippie Hole near Rockerville in the Black Hills of South Dakota.Funeral ervices sere held at pm, Monday, August 14 at Christ the King Catholic Church in Presho with burial at the Vivian Cemetery.