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Sunday February 27th, 2011
3:00pm - 7:00pm

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Aileen E. Treick

CLERGY
Rev. David W. Ellis
MUSIC
Organist ~ Harriet Schaeffer
Congregational Hymns
“Amazing Grace”
“Just As I Am, Without One Plea”
“How Great Thou Art”
“Rock of Ages, Cleft For Me”                                                                                                     
CASKETBEARERS
James Cisar
Douglas Mehlhaff
Robert O’Connor
Jay Pidcock
Lambert Pravecek
Mark Turgeon
Aileen Elizabeth Treick was born Saturday, October 5, 1907 to Edward and Clara (Simantel) Kepplinger on the family farm near Dwight, Illinois.  In 1911, the family moved to a farm southeast of Scotland, South Dakota. She attended country school through the eighth grade and then graduated from Scotland High School in 1926.  After earning her teacher’s certificate, she taught country school for several years.  Aileen was united in marriage to Erwin Treick on May 23, 1931 at Harbine, Nebraska. A son, Roger, was born to this union in 1935. They farmed west of Scotland until 1973, when they retired to Scotland. She enjoyed reading, crocheting and knitting.  Her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, will remember her for the delicious cookies she baked for them. She lived in her own home well past her 100th birthday, and became a resident of the Good Samaritan Society of Scotland in June of 2009. Aileen passed away on Tuesday, February 22, 2011, having attained the age of 103 years, 4 months, and 17 days.
She is survived by a son, Roger (June) Treick of Scotland; a granddaughter, Janelle (Jay) Pidcock and great-granddaughters Katelyn and Alissa Pidcock, all of St. Louis, Missouri; three step-granddaughters and their families: Debra Bertrand of Council Bluffs, Iowa, great-grandson Joshua Bertrand of Vermillion, great-granddaughter Nicole (Corey) Pechous and their son Weston, all of Sioux Falls, and great-granddaughter Traci (Cody) VandeWeerd and their son Griffin, all of Eudora, Kansas; Karla (Robert) O’Connor and great-granddaughter Tierney, all of Sioux Falls; and Sheila Turgeon and husband Mark of Sioux Falls.
In addition to her parents, Edward and Clara Kepplinger, Aileen was preceded in death by her husband, Erwin Treick in 1982, daughter-in-law, Marlene J. Treick, two brothers, Edwin and Frank Kepplinger, and sister, Elnora (Kepplinger) Nelles.

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Guestbook

Sorry to hear about Aileen, but as we all know she lived a great life. You have our sympathy and our prays are with you and your family.

Don & Betty Woehl Feb 28 2011 5:55 AM

Roger, June, and family----We send our sincere sympathy to you at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sincerely, Ferne and Marvin Baltzer

Marvin & Ferne Baltzer Feb 26 2011 6:23 PM

Tom and I have known grandma Treick for over 40 years. She has been an angel on earth caring for family and friends all of her life. Love is a subtle web that maintains connections an Grandma Treick is that love reaching out with pure warmth in her heart. Our loving thoughts go to the Treick Family... Tom and Tania Bruhn

Tom & Tania Bruhn Feb 25 2011 7:02 PM

To the family, Aileen was very special to us. She was blessed with a loving family, & we always felt part of the extended family. With love & prayers, Carl, Bev, & family

Carl & Beverly McClung Feb 25 2011 4:25 PM

Roger, June and family, Our sincere sympathy and prayers to you in the passing of your mother. We have trust in Jesus that she is at peace.

Linda and Guy Wold Feb 25 2011 8:40 AM

To Roger and family. You have our deepest condolences. Your mother lived a good long life, Forrest and Barb

Forrest and Barb Conrad Feb 23 2011 6:43 PM

Our deepest condolences on the death of Aileen. She was a kind person, a good friend of Mom's, and a wonderful hostess of tea time for the girls.

Winckler Family Feb 22 2011 6:37 PM