While juggling family and work demands, she spent many hours battling her recurrent cancer. She also covered the annual South Dakota legislative sessions in Pierre.
Thursday, July 26,at Grace Lutheran Church in Sturgis, where her parents were married and funerals were held for her deceased grandparents.
Senate race Sport obermeyer exhibit 10 which Thune narrowly toppled Tom Daschle, and the statewide abortion-ban election. Denise grew up in Mobridge, Aberdeen, Gregory, and Chamberlain, and the family frequently visited Sturgis, where Jerry and Linda were raised.
During her college years, she worked part-time at the Brookings Register, and interned at the Chamberlain Register and Rapid City Journal. Through it all, she was rarely heard to complain, and she remained optimistic to the end.
Memorial services will be 2: Inat age 41, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She leaves behind her family; a wide network of colleagues, sources and friends; thousands of news stories, plus columns, blog posts and a documentary; and an example of uncommon courage and determination in the face of terminal cancer.
Ross, and a grandmother, Arlene Ennis, both of Sturgis; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and in-laws. Inshe left the Journal to pursue her own journalistic endeavors.
A celebration of her life will be 7: She thoroughly researched the disease and her treatment options, participated in two clinical trials, traveled out-of-state for consultations and specialized treatments, overhauled her diet partially with food from her own large gardenand did everything in her power to prolong her life.
After college, she worked at a newspaper in Kearney, NE, before spending a year in the National Civilian Community Corps, an AmeriCorps community service program for young adults that was created in The documentary was released in The blog showcased Denise at her best as she broke news and shared insights in a conversational writing style that was laced with humor.
Inshe joined the staff of the Rapid City Journal as a bureau reporter in the northern Black Hills.
She participated in gifted programs during her school years and was co-valedictorian of the Chamberlain High School class of Also inshe found her professional calling in a transition to government and political reporting for the Journal.
She insisted on working through her cancer treatments and brought a laptop to her chemotherapy sessions.Galand Franklin Bohn passed away on Monday, September 3,at Bethesda Nursing Home in Webster, SD, at the age of Galand was born May 31,in the original house on the homestead near Holmquist, SD, to Frank and Helen (Malloy) Bohn.Download