Nate Seelow Obituary – Henry C. “Hank” Pieschke, age 91, of Watertown, SD, died on Saturday, October 5, 2019, at his home. Burial service administrations will be at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 9, 2019, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Watertown. Fire up. Keith Peterson will administer. Music will be given by Ellen Heisner as organist. The family is mentioned to meet at the congregation by 10:00 a.m. for a family petition administration.
The appearance will be at Crawford-Osthus Funeral Chapel on Tuesday from 5-7 p.m. and furthermore before the assistance at the congregation on Wednesday.
Interment will be at Mt. Expectation Cemetery. Dynamic pallbearers will be Leo Kannas, Nate Seelow, Jacob Buri, Thad Buri, Kyle Thomas, and Larry Helle.
Hank was brought into the world on April 21, 1928, to Albert and Lily (Tolzien) Pieschke, on a ranch by Willow Lake, SD.
He was absolved and affirmed at Hauge Lutheran Church, rustic Clark, SD.
He moved to the Henry region in 1946 and worked for the nearby ranchers, prior to becoming utilized as an auto tech. Henry served in the U.S. Armed forces from 1952 through 1954, serving in the Korean War for one year. Hank resigned in 1993.
Hank was joined in union with Lucille Helle on August 19, 1951, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Henry. He was an individual from Bethlehem Lutheran Church. He delighted in fishing, cultivating, and carpentry. Hank was a known jack of all trades and would consistently loan some assistance.
Hank is made due by his significant other of 68 years, Lucille, of Watertown, SD, his kids: Debra Pieschke of Brookings, SD, Carol (Milo) Ford of Watertown, SD, and Anita (Cameron) Buri of Watertown, SD; five grandkids; three extraordinary grandkids; two siblings, Harry Pieschke (uncommon companion, JoAnn) and Darrel Pieschke (unique companion, Janice), both of Watertown; and two sisters, Hazel Hallauer of Florence, SD and Janis (Raymond) Helle of Watertown, SD.
He was gone before in death by his folks, Albert and Lily; one child, Lyle; one granddaughter, Sarah; three siblings, Donald, Richard, and Earl; and two sisters, Grace and Darlene.
The family demands dedication to Great Plains Lutheran High School in Watertown.