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Daisy Baumeister

Daisy Baumeister

November 1, 1931 - January 13, 2020
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Daisy was born to Helmer and Lily (Will) Norlin in Newell, SD, on November 1, 1931. Daisy graduated from Belle Fourche High School in 1951. After graduating, she went to live with her aunt in Hartley, Iowa, where she met her husband, Lyle. They moved back to Belle and Lyle went to work for the state highway department. Daisy stayed at home to raise the children until they were both in school and then she went to work in the hot-lunch program. After working there for many years, she retired but decided to come to Spearfish to work in the hot-lunch program.
Lyle and Daisy opened the I-90 station in Spearfish in 1977 where she met many people. Daisy never met a stranger and was loved by all with her sense of humor and love for other people.
Daisy Baumeister left us on January 13, 2020, to be with her daughter, Kathy “Kate” Jensen; her mother, Lily Greselin; father, Helmer Norlin; three brothers, Earl, Louis, and Elmer Norlin; and sister, Wilma Johner.
She is survived by her husband of 65 years, Lyle; son, Ken; five grandchildren, Jamin, Ashley Rondon, Christian, Christa Hillman, and JL Jensen; six great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Ester Webb from Kentucky and Emily Campbell from Mesa, AZ.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Spearfish Park Pavilion June 7, 2020, from 12-6 p.m.
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Service Details

  • Celebration Of Life

    June 7, 2020 | 12:00pm
    When
    June 7, 2020 12:00pm
    Location
    Wilbur S. Tretheway Pavillion
    Address
    115 South Canyon St
    Spearfish, SD 57783
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    Notes
    12-6 pm
    Officiant
    Jay Jensen

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Sharon Culbertson

Posted at 09:30pm
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Daisy was a wonderful lady!

Marvin Mutchler

Posted at 10:53am
Lyle, Ken and family
So very sorry to hear of Daisy's passing. She was like a second mother to all the crews over the years at I-90 Standard and kept us in line. She's probably the reason most of us graduated from college! God bless all. Marvin Mutchler
JS

Jean Sneesby

Posted at 08:13am
OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO DAISY'S FAMILY, ESPECIALLY ESTER AND FAMILY. MAY GOD BE WITH YOU ALL DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME.... Jean Sneesby and the Class of 1954
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Glenda Albertson

Posted at 11:38pm
My sincere sympathy to Daisy's family. She was a wonderful woman and a joy to know. God bless and keep you. Hold fast to your most treasured memories of Daisy in the difficult days ahead.
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