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Janet Sue Boling Maltsberger, 74, of Veedersburg handed away Wednesday, July 1, 2020, in her house.
She was a rustic girl by and thru and believed in God and nation. Her favourite factor in life was having her grandchildren come by her entrance door. She liked all her grandchildren dearly, Emily Maltsberger of Mount Vernon, South Dakota, and Parker Maltsberger and Analiese Maltsberger, each of Veedersburg.
She was born Feb. 13, 1946, to Forrest Voneta Hicks and Lewis Galbreath Boling. She graduated Covington Excessive College in 1964. She married Robert Merlin Maltsberger in 1965. They divorced in 1996.
She was a lifetime farmer, driving a tractor and mix for over 20 years, delivering hundreds of pigs, and a whole lot of calves, and coach of Quarter Horses and Labrador Retrievers. She dairied with Prairie Farms Dairy for 15 years and hosted hundreds of youngsters to her farm for pumpkin excursions and rides in her large hitch wagon pulled by her two favourite Percherons draft horses. She was a 3rd technology searching canine breeder and for the final 20 years bred and imported Labrador Retrievers from Europe.
She belonged to the American Quarter Horse Affiliation, American Percheron Affiliation, American Belgian Horse Affiliation and member of the American Kennel Membership and a member of the Sierra Membership. She was a member of Sterling Christian Church.
She is survived by two youngsters, Darin Thomas Maltsberger and his spouse Jane Ann Jones of Mount Vernon, South Dakota, and Dane Lewis Maltsberger and his spouse Kimberly Ann Lefton of Veedersburg, and her three grandchildren.
Her life was prolonged by 10 years because of the selfless reward of a kidney donor’s household.
In lieu of flowers she asks that everybody take into account turning into an organ donor or make a memorial contribution to the Sierra Membership.
Associates are invited to a celebration of her life at 11 a.m. Aug. 1, with a barbeque following on the lawns of her house at 2009 S. C.R. 100W, Veedersburg. Please convey your individual garden chairs for social distancing and a lined dish. Rain date is 1:30 p.m. Aug. 2.