Don and Helen wrote letters to each other for almost two years while Don served in the Army.On Don’s Army discharge there were letters going back and forth and an understanding that Don was going back to the family farm.He is survived by his wife, Helen, Pierre; daughters, Pat Cromwell (Skip Fossen), Rapid City, Robin Cromwell, Draper, Valerie Moore (Rick), Chamberlain; sons, Mike Cromwell (Dawn), Butternut, WI, and Chris Cromwell (Erika), Brandon, SD; 19 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchilden; two sisters, Margaret Hansen and Bev (Tom) Maples, Rapid City and a brother, Richard (Nancy) of Silt, CO.Logan Reyes Aguallo, 25, was born January 14, 1992 in Alliance to Joe and Peggy (Peterson) Aguallo.
For many years, Myrtle also worked at the Lyman County Highway Department Office as a clerk. In her spare time, she loved to quilt and do art painting.
He was in close combat which was close enough and he learned that the enemy had a diet which had a lot of garlic.
He said he knew to pay even closer attention to what was going on if he got a whiff of garlic.
After Thanksgiving of 1954, Don showed up in Indiana on Helen’s front step. Don got a job in a refrigerator factory in Indiana and planned to settle there. Don’s family asked Don and Helen to come back home and help with the family farm.
Don and Helen sold what they needed to and bought a grain truck to move their household to Draper in March of 1955.With this, Don and Helen decided to go with a Rush Free Zone for their cafe.