Margaret LaPointe May 10, 1924 – August 17, 2014
Margaret Elaine LaPointe Geboe began her spirit journey on Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014. She was 90 years old.
Margaret was born May 10, 1924, in Little Crow’s Camp (Mosher), S.D., and lived most of her early life in Mosher and Winner. After her marriage to James Gardner Geboe, they lived in Wyoming, Colorado and Texas before returning to Custer in the late 1950s. She moved to White River in 1978, and to Mission in 1994, where she resided for the remainder of her life.
In addition to raising her children – two daughters, Yvonne Carol Meade and Arlene Winona Meade, both of whom died in their childhood; and sons Bennette “Dutch” Meade of Peoria, Ariz., and Erroll G. Geboe of Mission – Margaret devoted her life to the Episcopal Church. She was an avid singer, Sunday School teacher, Altar Guild member, Women’s Guild member, and served on nearly every committee in the Church. She faithfully attended Niobrara Council meetings and Convocations all over the Diocese of South Dakota, hosted church services in her basement, and was an active member of the sewing guild, making quilts to raise money for the Church.
Margaret will be remembered as a faithful woman who loved God with all her heart, and passed on that love of God to her children. She was a loving and generous aunt, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend to all who met her. She was a mother to many of her nieces and nephews, raising them as her own children after the deaths of her brother and sister.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Albert and Elizabeth Ringing Shield LaPointe; her siblings, Calvin Leroy, Evangeline Vivian, Kermit Fredrick, a baby girl, Marcella Adel, LaVern Albert and Walter Baptise (all LaPointes); her husband, James Geboe; and her two daughters. She is survived by her sons, Bennette and Erroll, and numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Services were entrusted to Rooks Funeral Home and Trinity Episcopal Church, Mission, the Rev. Dr. Lauren R. Stanley, presiding, assisted by the Rev. Webster Two Hawk, the Rev. Deacon George Medicine Eagle, Senior Catechist Don Eagle and Lay Reader Meredith Kills In Water. A visitation service was held at Rooks Funeral Home, followed by a wake service at the Bishop Jones Building in Mission. The well-attended funeral service was held at Trinity Episcopal Church, with interment at Trinity Cemetery, Mission.
She will be missed by all.
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