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In 1960, Willie was named "Outstanding Young Rancher." He was always active in the community including, serving on the Slim Buttes Lutheran Church Council, HC Weed and Pest Board, and measuring fields and grain bins for the FSA, to name a few. When he had everything in order at home, he and Bob did custom farming, haying, and corn chopping for the neighbors.

They moved back to Groton, SD, where he worked on the family farm until 1974, when he enrolled in the Denver Automotive and Diesel School studying diesel mechanics. He spent many hours working with his children and grandchildren sharing his skills and knowledge.

After completing his degree, he returned to SD and worked as construction and feedlot foreman for Delzer Construction in Spearfish. He was completely devoted to his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

He joined the United States Air Force after high school and served as a flight crewman for medical evacuations during the Vietnam War.

They raised 4 children on the family ranch where 2 children, Pete and Laura, continue the family operation to this day.

We joked that Dads accident was Gods version of "forced retirement," but the fact of the matter is, these were the years Willie got to enjoy his greatest treasure on earth, his family.

Willy Tenold, 79, Reva, SD, died Saturday, February 3, 2018 at home in Reva.

Willies favorite pastime was working on the ranch and he especially looked forward to farming in the spring.