Send Flowers View Memorial Folder Sign/View Registry Ida Emelia Tryon was born February 6, 1943, to Leach and Edna Bryant. She was raised on the Bryant ranch and attended a one room schoolhouse in Pleasant Valley. On August 31, 1983, Ida and Chuck were blessed with a son, Glen Leach Tryon. Ida lived the rest of her life caring for poultry, horses, bum lambs, and cows. 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. In addition to over the road trucking, he loved to help family and friends doing any projects and building things.He proudly began his adventure of a Seed Technologist in California for 3 years but his heart was still in South Dakota with his family. After a few years, he bought a small acreage and house where he started his horse herd, also known as Randys addictions.He could rattle off pedigrees of Quarter horses like most people would say their ABCs.Randy Goff was born November 19, 1960, to Frank Goff and Ida (Bryant-Goff) Tryon in Rapid City, SD. He graduated with a Bachelor of Agriculture Science and he was a registered Seed Technologist. He was a proud 4-H'er and member of the Newell FFA. He graduated from Newell HS in 1979 then continued his education at SDSU in Brookings, SD.of Veterans Affairs, Fort Meade, February 11, 2018. She still chopped ice for the cows and burned wood. Ida, 75, Newell, died Wednesday, February 7, 2018, at her ranch.
After completing his degree, he returned to SD and worked as construction and feedlot foreman for Delzer Construction in Spearfish. He was completely devoted to his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.He always enjoyed going to darts with Diana Finch, family, and his friends.He tried to get out to the state dart tournaments every year. Randy, 57, Madison, died at Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls on February 16, 2018.Visitation will be Wednesday, February 21, from to p.m. He attended the 4 Mile rural school for 8 years and made it through 8 weeks of high school before he and a friend decided to quit and walked the 25 miles home to the ranch.After quitting school, Ed found work at the Homestake Gold Mine and Ft. He did find work at a farm in Vale, where he took a shine to the farmers daughter. Ed continued on the ranch with the help of his grandson, Dustin, until 2001.He is also survived by his friends, Diana Finch; Tara (Willy) Beckers and Tanner, Jacob, and Paige; Tricia (Brad) Johnson; Ginger (James) Harris and Sierra, Kaitlyn, and Cameron; and Justina Finch, Daytona, Mc Kenna, and Hadley. Friday, February 23, 2018, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel with Pastor Harold Delbridge officiating. Send Flowers View Memorial Folder Sign/View Registry Edward H.