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David Jerome Souhrada
David Jerome Souhrada was born Tuesday, November 12, 1946 in Yankton, SD to Gust and Lillian (Zdenek) Souhrada. He lived on the farm near Lesterville being the third generation to farm the land. He went to country school and graduated from Tabor High School. He was in the Army National Guard for six years. David married Rosalyn Tramp in 1997. David worked over nights at Walmart for just over eight years. He moved to Yankton in 2007 for health reasons.
David Souhrada, age 73 of Yankton, died Saturday, April 4 at Avera Sister James Care Center.
David is survived by his sister Kathy (Rod) Skorpik; nephews Brian Plath (Niki Bowns) of Waukee, Iowa, and Jason (Kristin) Plath of Lincoln, Nebraska; niece Kristin (Bob) Heckenlaible of Menno, SD; four step children Lori Leyden of Yankton, June Fitch of Mission Hill, Susan Sherman of Yankton and Dean Daniels of Yankton; special friends Dionne Hento of Yankton and Mandi Lampman of Yankton; friends Amber Larson of Yankton, Michelle Smejkal of Gayville, Diane Korus of Yankton and Sara Roth of Yankton.
David was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Rosalyn Souhrada, two step-children Margaret Kostel and Mike Daniels.
Kathy and family, My deepest sympathy in the loss of your brother, David. May God wrap his loving arms around you and keep you in his care in the weeks ahead.
Ann Drotzmann Apr 12 2020 11:02 PM
We will miss David. What a kind heart he had. I'll never forget him brining candy to church for our kids when they were little. He always stopped to talk to you. I'll miss him stopping at the farmers market. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort and strength in the days ahead. God Bless! Bob & Julie
Bob & Julie Walloch Apr 9 2020 2:00 PM
David will always have a special place in my heart. He was a dear friend. He happily accepted his role as my adopted grandpa 8 yrs ago. I will miss spending time with him, his visits, his jokes, and stories about the past. He was always there to put a smile on your face whenever you were sad and he would always leave you with a warm hug. I will cherish the memories we made together and I know that he is in heaven smiling down on us today.
Amber Larson Apr 8 2020 5:45 PM
Sympathies to Davids sister Kathy and Davids whole family at this time. I remember our families getting together as kids. When David would come to Vermillion Walmart he would always stop to visit me. Gods Speed David ;(
Marie ( Mudloff ) Mogck Apr 8 2020 5:41 PM
Dear Kathy, Rod and family, We are sorry to hear of Davids passing. He always took the time to stop and visit whenever we ran into him. He had a very kind heart! With sympathy, Harold and Angie
Harold and Angie Schramm Apr 7 2020 3:30 AM