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Barbara SchusterWEBSTER- Barb Schuster, 55 of Webster died on Monday, November 28, 2005 at Avera St. Lukes Hospital in Aberdeen. Mass of Christian Burial - 10:30 A.M. Saturday, December 3, 2005 at Christ The King Catholic Church in Webster, Burial will be in St. Otto’s Catholic Cemetery, Webster. Visitation - at Fiksdal Funeral Service in Webster Friday 1-4, then at the church with a 7:00 P.M. Scriptural Prayer Service. Visitation will continue prior to services, Saturday. Barbara Ann Breske was born on Tuesday, January 16, 1950 to Joseph and Arlene (Block) Breske at Webster, South Dakota. The family lived on a farm northeast of Webster. She was baptized at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Grenville and confirmed at St. Otto’s Catholic Church in Webster. She attended school in Roslyn and Webster, graduating from Webster High School in 1968. She attended National College of Business in Rapid City and then moved to Denver, Colorado. She worked at Security Life Insurance Company and then for the law firm of Davis, Graham and Stubbs. In 1978 she returned to the family farm to farm. In 1979 she, along with her sister, Kathy purchased the farm, they milked cows, raised livestock and horses. On December 29, 1979 she married Billy Schuster at Grenville, South Dakota. After their marriage the couple continued to live and farm the Breske family farm. In 2001 they discontinued their milking operation and continued farming and raising registered Paint Horses. She loved to visit with family and friends, she traveled the country with her horses and has sold them worldwide. Barb passed away on Monday, November 28, 2005 at Aberdeen, South Dakota at the age of 55 years, 10 months and 12 days. Survivors include her husband, Billy of Webster, SD; two sons, Derek Schuster of Aberdeen, SD and Brad Schuster of Webster, SD; a step-son Kelly (Shannon) Schuster of Warner, SD; three sisters, Bonnie Herrick of Aberdeen, SD, Kathy Wagner of Webster, SD and Susan (George) Malchow of Cleveland, OH; three grandchildren and two step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents.
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