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As a young child, the family moved to a farm northwest of Murdo where she attended country school.

Julia Broecher, 101, of Murdo, passed away December 19, 2017, at Avera Maryhouse in Pierre.

A Celebration of Julia’s homegoing was held Wednesday, December 27 at Community Bible Church in Murdo. Julia Lillian Broecher was born February 16, 1916, in Kimball, SD, to Thomas and Sophia (Kroupa) Lebeda.

La Verne returned to the farm in 1965 and met the love of his life, Carol Sue Halverson.

Carol and La Verne were united in marriage March 15, 1969 and to this union, three children were born; Julie Sue, Jill La Vonne and Adam La Verne.

The nurses and other patients became good friends with La Verne, as most people did.

Problems with chemo left him with a decision; keep trying chemo or just go without it. Doctors expected him to live 2-3 years, but determination and stubbornness gave La Verne 5 years longer than the doctors predicted.

Those left to mourn her passing include her children, Ruth (Carroll) Cash, Belle Fourche, Edith (Dale) Fischer, Hershey, NE, and Jean (Clifford) Kinsley, Murdo; siblings, Annabelle Mc Daniel, Rapid City, Fred Lebeda, Michigan, Betty (Russ) Beck, Pierre, and Leone Kreager, Valley, NE; 16 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren and seven great great grandchildren.

Julia was preceded in death by her husband, John Carroll Broecher in 1974; a son, Warren; a great grandson, Luke Hanson, and siblings, Daniel, Kenneth, Helen, James, Wilbert, Leonard, Anton, Thomas and Bernard.

He will be remembered as a hardworking man, loyal friend and generous guy, who always had a helping hand to offer.

In 2010 La Verne was diagnosed with amyloidosis, a rare form of blood cancer.

Myrtle ran the local café and Alex was the deputy sheriff and operated the bar.