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After diagnosis in the fall of 2015, they settled in Sturgis.
Tarrie Jay Goddard, 57, Sturgis, SD, died Thursday, January 4, 2018, at her home in Sturgis.
Tarrie was born Valentines day, 1960, to James and Merne (Jones) Gibson.
She traveled as a child with her Air Force family, extensively, before landing in Lingle, WY, after her father retired.
Bob loved his family, logging, hunting, and football.
He is also survived by his brother, Gary, and wife, Evelyn, of Wessington Springs; two sisters, Mary Jackson of Lane, and Pat Christensen of Arizona; 12 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Bob started working in the timber at an early age and put himself through high school cutting and hauling posts.He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Deloris Ann; his daughters, Judy (John) Coffield and Shelly (Bruce) Disbrow; his grandsons, Jason (Christina) Coffield, Joshua (Michelle) Coffield, Cal Coffield, and Christian Disbrow; his great-grandsons, Kevin Coffield, Matthew Curtis, Taylor Coffield, Ryan, Jace, and Hunter Evans, and Cody Coffield; his "Pretty Ladies" granddaughters, Jonna (Larry) Evans, Heather (James) Andrie, and Breanna (Jaz) Terzic; great-granddaughters, Shelby Wisser, Ashlyn and Jayden Coffield, and Maycee Coffield; and "His Baby" great-granddaughter, Camryn Coffield; and his brother, William (Billie) Waddington, San Antonio, TX.He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Vernon Gene; brothers, Richard and Gerald; half-brother, Robert; and special friend, Ronald Forrette.Jim grew up in Wessington Springs where he attended school until he went into the Air Force where he stayed for three years.After returning from the Air Force, Jim lived in Montana where he met his wife, Theresa.