“I worked in the same building on Kno Place back in 1972. We did some deer hunting up at White Tail Peak for a week. Many fond memories I still have of him and the rest of the Bell Gang. He will be missed by all in the old phone gang. We had the best in the West. Bud-see you on the other side one of these days.
“Will miss my fellow CO worker & how he talked me into joining the national guards. Glad I had a chance to visit last year.. Duane Dunkak, Lake Havasu AZ.
“Bud was a Telephone man like my Dad in Sisseton....When they moved to Rapid, I used to spend a lot of time riding in his ol Telphone Truck on trouble calls throughout the Hills...Stayed at their place a few times and ate a lot of meals there. Bud was a great Guy and a heck-of-a softball pitcher. All this while I was stationed at Ellsworth in 53-54 in the USAF. He was a great Friend and him and his beloved sure treated this young Kid great....will miss them
“I only new Bud a short time from his involvement with the Pioneers and CWA. You will be missed!
“"Bud" was one in a million! He always made me laugh and always had a smile on his face. Rest in peace.
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Marshall "Bud" FenskeRAPID CITY | Marshall E. "Bud" Fenske, 90, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012, at a local nursing home.Bud was born Sept. 17, 1922, in Sisseton to Emil and Mary (Fischer) Fenske. He graduated from Sisseton High School. After high school, he served...Read More