From this union four children were born: Dan, Greg, Susan and Mike.

When Lorne retired in 1989; they traveled the United States with their camper visiting their children and grandchildren.

She attended Dorman Country School north of Kennebec through the eighth grade and then Kennebec High School.

For many years, she raised sheep and chickens, maintained a big garden, all the while helping John on the farm with things such as cultivating crops to milking the cows.

Della worked for the bakery in Presho for a several years.

She was the bookkeeper for Studt Construction and Electric, John’s business, since 1963, along with helping on the farm.

In 1976, they purchased the Maytag Appliance Store in Presho, built a new building on Main Street, and named it Studt Appliance.

They built a new home in Presho and moved to town in 1979.

After she started her family Della taught herself to sew and became an accomplished seamstress and quilter.

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.

Burial of ashes will be at the Graceland Cemetery in Oacoma; with luncheon to follow at OCC. Houser was born on January 22, 1935 to Raymond and Aileen (Lester) Hickey in Lyman, SD. She and Lorne both loved to play cards with friends and they would take turns hosting card parties.

He was best known as the Usher at the 8 am service. where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Husbandry. While serving in Texas, Lindy met his future wife Carolyn Sanderford.

Wayne was also active in the start-up of Lutherwood Camp located in Utah. During college he was in the ROTC Program and later the U. They were united in marriage on May 31, 1970 in Killeen, TX.

On January 24, 1944, Della was united in marriage to John William Studt in Pierre.