He was interested in drafting and architecture, fencing, art, and held a black belt in Kung Fu. He even wrote family history books and his autobiography. Bill is survived by two brothers, Douglas Scroggins, Golden Valley, AZ, and Raymond Neuharth, Boise, ID; one sister, Grace Chittick, Huntsville, AR; and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Helmuth and Violet Neuharth; and siblings, Milo, Elaine, and David.
A memorial service will be held at Black Hills National Cemetery at 11 a.m. Military honors will be by the Ellsworth Air Force Base Honor Guard.
Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Donald Earl Simmons, 57, Rapid City, passed away March 26, 2018, at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Donald attended White Eagle School and Douglas school system. Simmons; a brother; sisters; and nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
Much of his 2nd tour was in the Middle East doing intelligence work.
Ida Mae worked for Sitka Mental Health Clinic while living in Sitka, Alaska, for twenty years.Ida Mamie (nee Jones) Rounds, 75, of Laramie, died Sunday, March 18, 2018, at Hospice of Laramie. Arlen Rounds of Laramie, WY; her children, Craig Arlen Rounds (Hope Brock), John Allen Rounds (Josie), and Valerie Mae Pontillo (Victor); her grandchildren, Brock Rounds, Chase Rounds, Addison Rounds, Lyla Rounds, and Tyson Rounds.She is also survived by her brother, Bobby Jones (Aggie); and her numerous nieces and nephews.She worked for the Albany County School District #1 at Linford Elementary.She enjoyed reading, crocheting, sewing, gardening, and camping with her family.His navigational skills were unprecedented and praised by generals, pilots, navigators and others which earned him the nickname of Magellan.He loved statistics and noted how many sorties and air refueling missions he had flown and even how much fuel he had transferred in his career.He attended law school, studied criminology, police science and forensic science among others.Bill enjoyed learning and new hobbies until the end. Bill always enjoyed telling stories of his past experiences. Landon, 78, Rapid City, died Saturday, March 10, 2018, at his residence.He participated in the Cuban Crisis securing planes safely in Greenland.Flying KC-135s, he was stationed at March AFB, CA, traveling to Thailand and Okinawa where he flew in and around Vietnam providing air refueling support for aircraft flying missions over North Vietnam.