Marshall-Fenske-Obituary

Marshall Fenske

Rapid City, South Dakota

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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.

Me in 1958 stationed in Formosa

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.

Obituary

Marshall's Obituary

Marshall Fenske passed away in Rapid City, South Dakota. Funeral Home Services for Marshall are being provided by KIRK FUNERAL HOME - RAPID CITY. The obituary was featured in Rapid City Journal on December 30, 2012.