Fr. Randy Phillips
Organist ~ Georgianne Pravecek
“You Are Mine”
“On Eagle’s Wings”
“Abide with Me”
Employees & Residents of Good Samaritan Center
Adeline Elizabeth Cisar was born on November 9, 1915 on the family farm near Tripp, South Dakota to Charles and Anna (Dvorak) Placek. She graduated from Scotland High School. On November 4, 1942, she married Charles Cisar at Vodnany Catholic Church and they were blessed with two sons. Charles and Adeline owned and operated the Scotland locker for many years. On August 26, 1961, Adeline obtained a job at the Good Samaritan Center in Scotland and continued working there for the next 44 years. She dearly loved her job, her co-workers, and the residents she worked with every day. Adeline also loved kolaches, polkas, and she loved to dance. Many a Saturday night you’d find her dancing with friends at the Yankton VFW. Adeline loved her family very much. She also enjoyed visiting with friends and family, especially when she got a hug at the end of the visit. Adeline was a member of St. George’s Altar Society and a member of the Scotland VFW Auxiliary.
Adeline died peacefully on Sunday, January 11, 2015 at Landmann-Jungman Memorial Hospital having attained the age of 99 years, 2 months, and 2 days.
She’s survived by her sister, Vesta Blacknik of Sioux Falls; daughter-in-law, Barb Cisar of Scotland; grandchildren: Patrick (Jennifer) Cisar of Leawood, KS, Topher (Amy) Cisar of Sioux Falls, and Jon Cisar of Sioux Falls; great-grandchildren: Hannah, Hailey, Hady, Hudson, Harlow, Georgia, and Caroline, as well as many nephews and nieces.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Charles (1985), son Jim (2013), son Don (2010), brothers Wes and Steve, one brother-in-law, two sisters-in-law, and also her special friend, Ed Peterka (2005).