Feb 3 @ 5:00 pm – Feb 4 @ 2:00 pm
Welcome to Street Masters
Countdown to our 34th Annual Dam Run 2023!
Wanda and James joined our Street Masters family in August 2022.
Please keep the Greving family in your thoughts and prayers.
Wanda Rea Greving, 74, of Pierre, SD went to her heavenly home, no longer in need of her broken earthly body, on January 27, 2023 at Avera St. Mary’s Hospital in Pierre.
Wanda Rea Rivers was born in Osage, Iowa to Ryal and Maxine Rivers on September 8, 1948. She graduated from Sheldon Community High School class of ’67. Wanda and James “Jim” Greving met over a shared love of their Plymouth Roadrunners. Wanda worked at Northwestern Bell telephone company, while dating, Jim would call for time and temperature to talk with Wanda. They were married on September 4, 1970. Wanda also worked as a dispatch operator at the Sheldon, Iowa police station.
When their daughter, Crystal, was born Wanda became a full-time homemaker, later working at the Sheldon school cafeteria and Ben Franklin craft store. She left the workforce twice to care for family in their final days.
Wanda loved to laugh, smile and visit with others. Strangers quickly became long lasting friends, including Burger King coffee and Facebook friends. She cherished her family, including the 4-legged, furry ones. Wanda enjoyed “girls’ trips” with her daughter and vacations to the hills. She filled her home with Jon Crane prints, giraffes and chalkstone.
Wanda is survived by her husband James Greving, daughter and son-in-law Crystal and Jason Hanson, 2 grand-puppies and numerous friends.
Wanda is preceded in death by her parents, Ryal and Maxine Rivers, sister Sandra Kliven, father and mother-in-law Walter and Alberta Greving.
In honor of her final wishes, no funeral services will be held.
Memorials can be made to your local hospice.
Elva (Sis) Marie Klein, 86, of Gregory, SD passed away on Friday, January 13, 2023, at the Winner Regional Hospital surrounded by family. A funeral service will be held on Friday, January 20, 2023 at 10:00AM at the Clausen Funeral Chapel in Burke, SD. A burial will follow in the Rosebud Cemetery in Bonesteel, SD.
Elva was born to Henry Schroeder and Lillie (Vetter) Schroeder, in Burke, SD on February 1st, 1936. Elva was a homemaker while working alongside Darwin (Wesley) Klein on the family farm.
Elva was blessed with a loving family. She married the love of her life, Darwin, in September 1958. To this union she was blessed with 3 children, Kathy, Kerry, and Donna.
Some of the best times for Elva were “When we worked together as a family farming, meals in the field, and gardening. Elva said, “milking the cows-not so much!!!” Elva enjoyed spending time with her kids, grandkids and great grandkids.
Elva’s hobbies included playing cards, traveling on vacations, her flowers, sewing, baking and her Las Vegas and Laughlin Nevada trips. She enjoyed spending time traveling to Carlock and going to the Legion for supper with her friends.
Elva is survived by her daughters, Kathy (Dave) Hausmann of Pierre and Donna (Mark) Leibrich of Winner; grandchildren DJ (Liz) Hausmann and Darin (Molly) Hausmann of Pierre; Ashley (Brad) Montgomery and Eric Leibrich of Sioux Falls; great-grandchildren Hailey Hausmann, Atticus and Zoey Moore, Riley and Cailyn Hausmann, and Ainsley Montgomery; Brother Erv (Lorrayne) Schroeder and sister Janice (Rex) Balcom; sisters-in-law Norma Inglett and Eleanor Klein, and several nieces and nephews.
Elva is preceded in death by her loving husband Darwin, son Kerry, brother Melvin (Zuke) Schroeder, parents Henry and Lillie Schroeder and in-laws Andrew and Edna Klein.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 20, 2023 at 10:00 AM at Clausen Funeral Home in Burke. Burial will be in the Rosebud Cemetery, Bonesteel.
Street Masters January Blues Fun Night ~ The Longbranch in Downtown Pierre ~ Monday, January 16, 2023 ~ RSVP Required!
The December 2022 Newsletter is Posted.
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Quilts of Valor
Flag Mountain Honor Guard
Street Masters Presentation
Nov 14, 2022
Flag Mountain Honor Guard Chapter Members Ardys Roseland and Pat Weeldreyer, created these quilts
to honor Street Masters Car Club Veterans along with
a special presentation to a deserving veteran of the Pierre, SD community.
This is a continuation of a project begun by Ardys Roseland to honor Street Masters Veterans.
This is a continuing program recognizing Street Masters members.
for additional photos
Special Date for November Meeting
Monday, November 14, 2022
Longbranch in Downtown Pierre
6:00 pm Dinner
Park in rear parking lot
Enter through back door