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Beverly Lynd, age 84, of Huron, passed away Thursday, February 21, 2019, at the Huron Regional Medical Center. Her funeral service was held at 10:30 AM, Monday, February 25th, at the Kuhler Funeral Home. Memorials may be directed to the Western Way Cowboy Church, HRMC Home Health and Hospice Programs or the HRMC Foundation.

Beverly Joan Thompson was born September 24, 1934, to John E and Leila (Bloomer) Thompson, in Lebanon, Kansas. As the youngest child of John and Leila, her older siblings were grown and had left home, when Beverly was needed to help with the chores before and after school. This is where her love for all animals and the outdoors began. While attending high school in Lebanon, she was a pitcher for her softball team and was involved in cheerleading.

After her high school graduation, Bev was inspired to be a flight attendant for Pan American Airlines. She moved to Omaha, Nebraska, with a friend to attend flight attendant training. It was then she realized that her job would require a lot of travel in an actual airplane, and decided she wanted nothing to do with it. She then returned to the Lebanon area where she did secretarial work and met the future love of her life.

On May 31, 1953, Beverly married J.D. Lynd in Lebanon, Kansas. They had four children; James, Connie, Dennis, and Darrin. She enjoyed being a mother to her four children, supporting them in all of their sports and 4-H activities, as well as the Huron Rodeo Association. Bev also enjoyed being a second mother to many of her friend’s children and her children’s friends.

In the 1970’s, when her children were in school, Bev would work at the courthouse during election times and at Pioneer Seed, where she bagged and labeled detasseled corn. Beverly was very supportive of J.D.’s side businesses, doing the bookkeeping and scheduling for Lynd Photography and Huron Buggy Works.

She attended the First Baptist Church and the Western Way Cowboy Church, where she added to her long list of friends.

Beverly was passionate about animals, especially horses and dogs. She enjoyed attending horse races, going on trail rides, camping with family and friends, attending rodeos, and spending quality time with those she loved. Along with J.D., she learned to enjoy sports, particularly the Minnesota Twins, Kansas City Chiefs and Royals, Denver Broncos, and attended several Colorado Rockies games with family. Her greatest joy was being a part of her grandchildren’s life journeys.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her four siblings, Martha Collier, Thelma Marsden, Lynn Thompson and Wayne Merrill “Bud” Thompson; and her husband, J.D., on August 31, 2013.

Grateful for having shared in her life are her four children, James (Wendy) Lynd of Vacaville, California, Connie (Scott) Miller of Denver, Colorado, Dennis Lynd of Huron, South Dakota, and Darrin (Danette) Lynd of Urbandale, Iowa; eight grandchildren, Jamie Lynd of San Francisco, California, Tracy Lynd of Vacaville, California, Whitney Miller of Denver, Colorado, Maverick Miller of Dallas, Texas, Erin (Ryan) Jacobson of Winthrop, Minnesota, Chase Lynd of Huron, South Dakota, Sarah Lynd of Aberdeen, South Dakota, and Joshua Lynd of Urbandale, Iowa; and two great grandchildren, Marti and Cole Jacobson of Winthrop, Minnesota.

The family would like to express their appreciation to the many amazing Huron Regional Medical Center Home Health providers and the wonderful, compassionate Hospital nurses who cared for Beverly throughout the years. We would especially like to recognize the ICU Nurses for their support and comfort to our family.

And lastly, Beverly’s family would like to thank her many friends who have supported her throughout the years, for their assistance and extreme kindness. Your love and support will remain in our hearts forever.

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I loved to visit with Bev, she was the sweetest lady. We joked that we had husbands by the same name. I will miss her at the SD State Fair and running into out and bought town, usually at a restaurant we had that in common too. I will keep her family in my thoughts & prayers. May she be with her J.D. and all the other family and friends that have went before her. RIP Bev. Shelley Erickson-Noonan

We are so sorry to hear about Bev's passing. What a wonderful lady! Our girls always thought of Bev and JD as their second grandparents. They were always so interested with the girls and their horses and rodeos. They will be missed by many. Gary and Christine Rans

James, Connie, Dennis, Darrin and families. So sorry for your loss. There are so many memories that are captured because of Bev and JD. Thinking of you at this difficult time... DeeAnne (Barton) Ellig

Prayers for the whole family and her kids. You were loved by so many and I'm sorry I didn't talk to you all the time but you were there when my nephew passed away and you had a very big heart. You are missed by many. # GONEBUTNEVERFORGOTTEN Holly Bernards

My love and prayers are with you all. May God bless and keep you all. Kimberlee Curtis

Bless all of you at this time with the loss of your mother. I have fond memories of your mom and your family in general. May you find peace at this time of sorrow. Prayers for you. Sue Kutil

I met Beverly while I was working out at Magness Livestock. She was out there often in the café. She was positive I looked like someone else and we began a friendship of chatting. We always said hello when we saw each other. Usually the topic would turn to horse racing where I saw her also and she really missed going in her later years. I will miss our conversations and just seeing Beverly and her smiling face. .JD and her were good customers also at our store, Jensen's. Leo Jensen

So sorry to hear about Bev's passing. Was lucky enough to see her this past fall at the State Fair - had a wonderful visit with her. We have so many memories of both JD and Bev throughout the years at horse events and the Horse Sales in Redfield! She was a wonderful person as well as JD! Many prayers for your family. Bryan & Barb Lenocker

The Lynd Family... Our deepest sympathy to you. Keep those precious memories close to your heart. The keepsake video displayed such great family memories. Thoughts and prayers are with your family. We are unable to attend the service on Monday, but will be thinking of you. Rick & Wanda Hoffman

I remember all the great times we had with James, Connie, Dennis, and Darrin when you lived in town:Staying with Aunt Bev when Uncle JD was away;weenie roasts at Grandpa Thompson;s in the woods; riding the horses Grandpa used to get in the summer; Grandpa's birthday gatherings as well as Christmas when all us cousins we laying all over the floor, as well as in the beds; and just generally all the good times with you and your folks when you'd come down to Kansas.We'll miss Aunt Bev but the good memories will still be with us.She's having a good ole' time with all her brothers and sisters, as well as Uncle JD and Grandma and Grandpa.Love and miss you all.Keep in touch. Cindy (Thompson)& Kent Miller

Marc, Vera andI were so blessed by Bev and JD during our time in Huron. I loved running down the alley to see them, grab a quick dinner together, or have a campfire. They were always gracious hosts and we considered them, and you all, family. Even after we moved away Bev continued to stay in contact and ask for pictures of our girls. We are so sorry for your loss, but so happy she is now reunited with the love of her life! Carrie & Marc Anderson

James, Wendy, and Family We were saddened to hear of your mothers passing and know this a difficult time for all of the Lynd family. The kind words you expressed at my fathers passing come to mind and we wish your family the comfort you showed to us. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. With deepest sympathy. Carroll & Julie Fullerton

Prayers to my cousins in their time of grief and loss. Jason Kearney

Our sincere condolences to the entire family for your loss.May all the wonderful memories you hold dear help ease your pain during this difficult time.Blessings to you all... Scott and Jeri Reimer

I enjoyed my many conversations with Bev while delivering her Avon orders . She will be greatly missed. Rest easy Bev. Your Avon lady. Wendy Ravenscroft

I was so sorry to hear this sad news. Bev was a wonderful lady and will be missed by Belinda and I. Dennis, Connie, Darin and James you're in our thoughts and prayers. I wish we could be there to support you all. Much Love - Paul Cernick

Jim & Wendy, Sorry for your loss. Keep the good times and memories close to your heart. Will be praying for your family. Bill Lundy

Prayers go out for the family. Bev and JD used to belong to the CB club, we also met for coffee. I made a trip to Kansas one year with her. She was a great lady. Tonia Stahl

Sarah, you and your family have been in our thoughts and prayers here at Full Circle Ag! Sending hugs! Kelli Erickson

So sorry to hear the passing of Aunt Beverly. She was my favorite Aunt and Uncle JD I really liked him. They always had fun and when I was a teen. She took her time to style my hair and took a picture of all us gals. We didn't see her often as we came from CA. But when we did it was special to get with all our cousins. Miss you guys. Love, JoAnn Eldredge and Family

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