Thursday May 23rd, 2013
3:00pm - 5:00pm
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Angeline Rose BalvinHONORARY CASKETBEARERS
John M. Cimpl
Organist & Soloist ~ Kathy Koenig
St. Leo Choir
Angeline Rose “Angie” Balvin was born Monday, May 27, 1918 in Tabor, South Dakota to Ladislav and Lillian (Hamberger) Cimpl. She graduated from parochial school in Tabor, Tabor High School and the Van Sant School of Business in Omaha, Nebraska. She worked in the Bon Homme County Treasurer’s Office, with Civil Service, and for the Farm Security Administration in several counties and the district office. She later worked at Yankton Production Credit. She was associated with the family business of Cimpl, Inc. in Tabor and Yankton. Angie was united in marriage to Hayes Balvin on September 4, 1950 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Tabor. They lived and worked together on the family farm until they retired and moved to Tyndall in 1994. Angie was a member of St. Leo Catholic Church and St. Leo Altar Society. She had also served on the board for the local municipal swimming pool. She enjoyed golfing, bridge, reading, and crossword puzzles. Angie had been a resident of St. Michael’s Nursing Home of Tyndall for the past four years. She passed away on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at St. Michael’s Hospital Avera in Tyndall, having achieved the age of 94 years, 11 months and 21 days.
Angie is survived by her son, Bill (Joanne) Balvin of Tyndall and daughter Mary (Joe) Vartigian of Niskayuna, New York; four grandchildren: Matt Balvin of Tyndall, Emily (Scott) Weber of Bondurant, Iowa, Mike (Amanda) Smith of Glendale, Wisconsin and Kate (Blake) DeLanney of Norwalk, Connecticut; one great-grandchild, Tyler Weber of Bondurant, Iowa; three brothers: John Cimpl of Yankton, Leonard Cimpl of Tabor and Don (Joan) Cimpl of Omaha, Nebraska and two sisters-in-law: Roma Cimpl of Yankton and Millie Cimpl of Columbus, Nebraska
In addition to her parents, Ladislav and Lillian Cimpl, Angie was preceded in death by her husband Hayes in 2009, three brothers, Laddie, Jim, and Manny Cimpl, and three sisters-in-law Doris, Darlene and Mildred Cimpl.
Wanting to wish the family my most heartfelt sympathy. Hayes and Angeline were great farm neighbors.
Jerry Wurtz May 27 2013 1:44 PM
Bill & Joanne: Peace be with you.
Randal Bures May 22 2013 6:24 AM
Dear Mary ..my heartfelt sympathy to you & your family. Looking at your mom's photo I could see all the beauty & kindness in her eyes, and Mary..you do have your mom's eyes! You have been an amazing daughter and always spoke of your mom with so much love in your voice. Please believe she is now your angel and will be watching over you & your family. God bless you, my friend and treasure the beautiful memories with a smile. Peace & love..Betsy
Betsy Riccio May 22 2013 6:06 AM
Bill, Joanne, Mary, Joe and children, Mom and I have been sharing fond memories of your mom. We were all blessed to have known her. I feel honored to call her my Godmother. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Lori and Aunt Millie
Lori Roberts May 21 2013 4:33 PM
Mary & Family - Our heartfelt sympathies to you & Joe, the kids and your entire family. Take comfort knowing she is in PARADISE with our heavenly father and your Dad/Granddad. How great it was, Mary, that you could be with her and share that quiet expression of love. I know you will miss her but remember she will be with you everyday, everyway. God Bless you! All our love, Kris, Michael, Peter, Chelsea and Emily.
Kris Emerson May 21 2013 6:06 AM
Mary, So sorry to hear about your mom's passing. It is a difficult loss but hopefully knowing her life was so full and complete will help you through it. You were a great daughter and will miss your daily calls to her. You are in my thoughts. Karen
Karen Karins May 21 2013 2:28 AM
Mary, I know this is a sad time but Im so glad you were able to be with her at the end of her long wonderful life. You were always there for her and Im sure you'll miss her dearly. She's with your Dad now and happy as can be. Cherish the memories!
Lara Bishop May 20 2013 6:20 PM
Bill, Joanne, Mary, Joe and children----I am so lucky that Aunt Angie was my aunt. Bill and Mary---do you remember the great times we had as kids? Do you remember the summer vacation to Pierre? Do you remember the visits we made to your farm---I fondly remember falling in the mud---minutes before we headed to a basketball game! How about those Dairy Queen stops in Tyndall? These are the memories that happy childhoods are made of! I am sure my dad and the others were so happy to see your mom arrive to spend eternity with them. Can you imagine the happiness your dad had when he saw her----I can almost hear him say---Ang--I have been waiting. Love and prayers to all of you. Pam
Pam Cimpl Tiede May 20 2013 12:43 PM
My thoughts and prayers go to the Cimpl & Balvin families. I know her brothers are excited to have her up in Heaven though.
Lauren Cimpl May 20 2013 11:08 AM