Then because of aches and pains, Ed got a hired man and moved into the townhouse he had built.It was very difficult for him to move to Sturgis and leave the ranch that was his entire life.He joined the United States Air Force after high school and served as a flight crewman for medical evacuations during the Vietnam War.While stationed at Mc Cord AFB in Tacoma, WA, he met the love of his life, Joyce, and they spent 49 years in marriage until his death.Saturday, February 17, 2018, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel, Sturgis, SD, with Pastor Harold Delbridge officiating.Ed was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Leah Poss; a son, Roger Allen Poss; and an infant daughter.
Ida lived the rest of her life caring for poultry, horses, bum lambs, and cows.
ND, and half-brother, Glen (Margie) Tryon, Rapid City, SD; his nieces and nephews, Lee Stenstron, Carl Vacha, Amanda Vacha, Lisa (Dennis) Fisher, Rhonda Reiswig, Sara, April, and Miranda Goff, Ana Goff, Chuck Goff, Ashley Goff, Dillon and Kalorada Eagon, Josie (Kasey) Tharp, Chance, Seth, and Mattie Mastel, and Taylor, Taton, and Myah Tryon; and numerous uncles and aunts.
He was very proud of all he had accomplished with the improvements and the adding of land to the ranch.
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