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Ardis was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and mother-in-law.Like Bob, she parented by example, leaving a legacy that is worthy to be emulated.
Ardis was a talented artist and pianist, playing by ear from a young age.Gratitude, humor, quick wit, and an easy going nature were present in Ardis's life.Her deep and ever growing faith in God was interwoven in the fabric of her life. So often she was found selflessly putting the needs of others above her own.He was the person who would help other people in trouble in whatever way he could.He was not a man seeking riches but was a man rich in kindness, goodness and friendliness to his fellow man.She enjoyed drawing, writing skits and plays, and playing piano for school programs and events throughout the Red Owl community.
Area children received musical instruction from Ardis as she taught piano lessons in her home and music in the rural schools for many years.
In her years at Red Owl, she was very involved in the community as a school board member, Secretary/Treasurer for the Meade County Farm Bureau, Right to Life member, and substitute teacher.
She found great joy and satisfaction sharing the love of God with children in various childrens ministries, both in Union Center and Stoneville.
Ardis was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Bob; infant son, Cody; her parents; two sisters, Alice Jensen and Arlene Kolbu; and one brother, Elmer Bones Ashton. Wednesday, December 27, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis. Thursday, December 28, 2017, at the Union Center Baptist Church with Pastor Harold Delbridge officiating.
Burial will follow at Pleasant View Cemetery at Red Owl. Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at Our Lady of the Black Hills Catholic Church in Piedmont. He always felt he wanted to give people a second chance.
He was the person who never intentionally did harm to man or animal through his words or deeds.