“Beers and Bull(stuff*)” at the Crossing Casino
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
5:30 til ???
The Crossing Casino
115 E Pleasant Dr
(stuff*) = The Safe For Work version
Call Cale Z for the “Not Safe For Work Version”
March Street Masters Meeting ~ Monday, March 16 ~ Ramkota River Centre
Dinner at 6:00pm
Meeting at 7:00pm
Meeting at 7:00pm
Save the Date!
New Event in Pierre, SD
Details Coming Soon
Save the Dates
August 7-19, 2020
31st Annual Dam Run
Our mission in creating and planning the Midwest Regional Hot Rod Rally is to provide a weekend event that will be fun for the entire family.
Located in Moville, Iowa, the Woodbury County Fairgrounds is the ideal venue for this event. With on-site camping for both tent sites and full-size campers, you can bring the whole family and stay all weekend.
The Midwest Regional Hot Rod Rally will have a little bit of something for everyone! From kids games, to delicious food vendors, tailgating, burnout contests, dirt drags, live music and so much more!
16th Annual Outkasts Car Club Cruise-in & Hot Rod Show
~ Mitchell, SD ~
September 18-20, 2020
1975 and Older Vehicles
Welcome to Street Masters
February Meeting – Monday, February 17, 2020
Dinner at 6:00pm
Meeting at 7:00pm
Claude and Karen Bent’s ’58 Impala will be featured on our 2020 Dam Run apparel.
Their ride was chosen as the 2019 Dam Run People’s Choice Award.
Preorder details will announced shortly.
The graphic was created by RMS Screen Printing and Embroidery, Rapid City, SD
We have received word that Bill Van Kerrebrook has passeed. Bill passed away on Sunday, February 02, 2020.
Bill and Barb moved to the Pierre area in the past few years from the family farm near Gordon, NE.
They joined Street Masters shortly thereafter with Bill’s pride and joy, a 1967 Ford Fairlane 500XL.
The car was ordered from the factory by his parents and has been in the family since that time.
With over 165,000 miles on the odometer, the motor has never been opened. The interior and paint is
original with the exception of a trunk lid repair. In addition to the ’67, Bill and Barb
have a small fleet of other vintage automobiles.
Please keep the Van Keerebrook family in your thoughts and prayers.
Bill Van Kerrebrook
March 31, 1944 ~ February 2, 2020 (age 75)
William Richard Van Kerrebrook, 75, of Pierre, SD, formerly of Gordon, NE, died Sunday February 2, 2020 at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD. He was born March 31, 1944, in Gordon, NE to Oscar and Mary Ann Van Kerrebrook. He attended the Catholic School in Rushville and graduated from Rushville High School in the Class of 1962. After graduation, he attended Rapid City School of Business for two years and then returned to the business office at the Rushville Sale Barn. After serving in the US Army from 1965 to 1967, one year of which was in Vietnam, Bill moved to the “Big City”, Washington, DC, to work with an accounting and tax office and the Center for Applied Linguistics. He later joined Nichols Realty as Property Manager and Real Estate Agent.
Bill married Barbara R. Berkel on April 24, 1971. Following their marriage, they purchased and restored an 1898 brownstone townhouse in the Dupont Circle area of DC. They became parents in 1978 when their daughter Rachel was born followed by Leah in 1981.
In 1989, the family moved from DC back to Gordon and lived north of Clinton close to his parents. After Oscar and Mary Ann moved to town, Bill and his family then lived on the family ranch from 1998 to 2016. During this time Bill was employed by Sheridan County Implement and Carol Childs Tax Office. Bill & Barb then moved to Pierre, SD, for medical reasons and to be close to Rachel and her family. Bill was a member of the Pierre Street Masters Car Club. He enjoyed joining the Club members for car shows, poker runs & drives. He also was a train aficionado designing and constructing a train layout with his grandson Blake.
Bill was a loving family man always “over indulging” his wife, daughters, sons-in-law, grandchildren, and pets. He greatly enjoyed traveling by car and train (no airplanes please), could fix about anything and had a memory like an elephant. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.
He was preceded in death by twin infant sons, who died at birth; his parents Oscar and Mary Ann; four infant siblings who died at birth, grandparents Rene & Alice Van Kerrebrook and William & Josephine Arthur, father-in-law Robert Berkel, numerous uncles, aunts, several cousins and a niece.
Survivors include his wife Barbara, daughters and sons-in-law Rachel & Eric Peterson, Leah & Jason Olsen, grandsons Blake & Kaleb Peterson, granddaughter Jordan Olsen, mother-in-law Rosemarie Berkel, brothers & sisters-in-law Kenneth & Joyce Berkel and Debbie & Jim Josephson, three nieces, three nephews, four great nieces, 5 great nephews and his constant four-legged companion Chester.
A Funeral Mass will be held Friday February 7, 2020, 10:00 AM at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Rushville, NE. Burial will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery, Rushville, NE. A memorial has been established for the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and donations may be sent in care of Chamberlain-Pier Funeral Home, PO Box 366 Gordon, NE 69343.
Street Masters Officers – Jan 2020 – Jan 2021
- President – Patrick Callahan
- Vice President – Michael Ward
- Secretary/Treasurer – Roxie Thielen
- Membership Director – Richard Shangreaux
- Scholarship Director – Steve Brown
- Publicity Chairman – Marlin Roseland
- Kruizin’ Director – Cale Zickrick
- SDSRA Representative – Dave Hausmann
- 2018 Dam Run Chairman – Kale Urban
- Newsletter Editor – Beth Urban
Board of Directors
- Past President Board Director – Marlin Roseland
- Current President Board Director – Patrick Callahan
- Current Vice President Board Director – Michael Ward
- Current Secretary/Treasurer – Roxie Thielen
- Elected Board Director – Dale Hunsley (Term expires Jan 2022)
- Elected Board Director – John Whaley (Term expires Jan 2021)
Street Masters Car Club is offering a $500.00 Scholarship to a qualified and accepted High School graduate
intending to enroll in coursework in the automotive trades.
Applicant must be a senior at a South Dakota High School.
Applicant must have maintained a 2.5 GPA or better over his/her high school career.
Applicant must be enrolling in an institution of higher learning with the intention
of preparing for a career in a field related to the automobile industry.
Applicant must submit a letter explaining:
- What segment of the auto industry he/she intends to prepare for.
- What his/her career goals are.
- Why he/she feels he/she will be successful in the course of study chosen.
- What has he/she done previously which demonstrated an interest in field of work he/she intends to pursue.
For Additional info and Application
Our January 20th Meeting will include our annual election of officers for the 2020-2021 calendar year. Please consider offering up your talents and time for any and all positions within the Club. Please contact Patrick at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Our meeting will begin with dinner at 6:00 PM at the Ramkota River Centre with the general meeting at 7:00 PM.
Gary and Carol Johnson are wintering in the sunny South and Gary is on the hunt for all things automobilia…
I have created a Smug Mug page for his finds. Check it out and check back often…