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Note:   Salem Special, Salem, South Dakota, Thursday, November 5, 1998 Funeral services for Herman J. Oligmueller, 99, of Miller, SD were held November 2, 1998 at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Miller, SD Fr. Terry Weber celebrating the funeral mass. Interment was in St. Ann's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Steve Oligmueller, John Scheier, Todd Oligmueller, Tim Trabetz, Jerry Oligmueller, David Grossman and Charles Augspurger. Herman J. Oligmueller, 99, of Miller, SD died Thursday, October 29, 1998 at Prairie Good Samaritan Center in Miller, SD. Herman Joseph Oligmueller was born September 16, 1899 at West Point, Nebraska to William and Anna (Harstick) Oligmueller. He was baptized and confirmed in the Catholic faith. He attended parochial school in the West Point area until seventh grade. He moved to Hand County, South Dakota in 1920. He married Rose Koeck on February 10, 1925 at St. Ann's Church in Miller, SD. They raised 10 children. Her served on township, co-op, civil service and church boards. He and his family farmed and ranched in the Hand County area. He retired in Miller in 1972. He was well known and well thought of in this area as well as other places across the state. Survivors include five daughters; Mary (Benny) Scheier of Salem, SD; Donna Grossman of Tarkio, Missouri; Helen (Terry) Tarabetz of Pukwana, SD; Rosemary (Marvin) Augspurger of Miller, SD; Joyce (Pete) Royal of West Simsbury, Conn.; five sons, Herman (Helen) of Salem, SD; Joe (Sharon) of Miller, SD; William (Audrey) of Miller, SD; Fred (Beverly) of St. Lawrence; Duane of Miller, SD; 41 grandchildren; 67 great grandchildren; one sister, Ella Schroeder of Redfield, SD; and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife on October 3, 1976, one son-in-law, six brothers, six sisters, two grandsons and one great granddaughter. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.