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Memorial Funeral Home
12 Sixteenth Street SE Sioux Center IA 51250
Phone: 712-722-0791
Email: memorial@mtcnet.net
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Gloria Vander Plaats
Gloria Vander Plaats, 67, of Sioux Center, IA died Tuesday, November 4, 2014, at her Sioux Center residence.
 
A visitation will be held on Friday from 4-8PM, with the family present from 5-7PM at the Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center.
 
A family prayer service will be held Saturday at Covenant Christian Reformed Church of Sioux Center. Interment will follow the prayer service in Memory Gardens Cemetery of Sioux Center.
 
The Vander Plaats family prefers memorials to The Luke Society, The American Arthritis Foundation or the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
 
 
Tara Krommendyk
Tara Krommendyk, 38, of Ireton, IA, died unexpectedly, Tuesday October 28, 2014, at her Ireton residence.
 
A visitation will be held on Friday from 4-8PM, with the family present from 5-7PM at the Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center.
 
A funeral service will be held on Saturday at 10:00AM at the Maurice First Reformed Church of Maurice, IA with Rev. Gary Hegstad officiating. Interment will follow the service in Sherman Township Cemetery of Maurice.
 
Tara Elizabeth Krommendyk was the daughter of Lynne (Krommendyk) Te Velde. She was born in Sheldon, Iowa on January 16, 1976. She lived most of her life in Orange City, Hull, Sioux Center and Ireton, Iowa.
 
Tara Elizabeth Krommendyk was the daughter of Lynne (Krommendyk) Te Velde. She was born in Sheldon, Iowa on January 16, 1976. She lived most of her life in Orange City, Hull, Sioux Center and Ireton, Iowa.
 
Tara was raised by her mother and grandparents, Leonard and Lorraine Krommendyk. She loved them deeply. Tara married Doug Hulstein and had four children: Ashley, Tyler, Aaron and Hannah. Tara was employed at Casey’s General Store in Sioux Center. She enjoyed her job and found great friends in her co-workers.
 
Tara is survived by her four children: Ashley (Jake) Van Der Stoep, Tyler, Aaron and Hannah Hulstein all of Hull; four half-sisters: Abby Te Velde-Hawley of Le Mars, Emily Te Velde of Sioux Center, Becky Arvila of New London, MN, Marcia Te Velde of Terrace, MN; half-brother, Mike Te Velde of Hull. Tara is also survived by her maternal grandparents: Leonard and Lorraine Krommendyk of Orange City; her aunt, Barb Kady of Wilton ND; two uncles: Robert Krommendyk of Palm Beach, FL and Dan Krommendyk of Sioux City.
 
Tara was preceded in death by her mother, Lynne Te Velde; her step father, Albert Te Velde; her uncle, Paul Krommendyk; aunt, Rhonda Krommendyk and her cousin, Brandon Krommendyk.
 
 
Doug Swets
Doug Swets, 50, of Blair, NE died Saturday, October 25, 2014, at Creighton University Medical Center in Omaha after an extended illness.
 
A visitation will be held on Wednesday from 4-8PM, with the family present from 5-7PM at the Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center.
 
A funeral service will be held on Thursday at 10:30AM at the Middleburg Free Grace Reformed Church of rural Orange City, IA with Rev. Stephen Breen officiating. Interment will follow the service in Capel Township Cemetery of rural Orange City, IA.
 
The Swets family prefers memorials to the Swets Children College Fund, c/o of the Swets family.
 
Douglas Jay “Shakey” Swets was born on August 15, 1964 to Delbert and Mary (DeGroot) Swets. Doug was raised on the family farm near Middleburg, Iowa and graduated from Sioux Center High School in 1982.
 
At the age of 19, Doug began his career at Interstates Electric of Sioux Center, Iowa, where he worked for thirty years, until illness limited his ability to work. Over his career with Interstates, he held many positions and worked at many jobsites throughout the country. He had the opportunity to work with many wonderful people over the years and developed lasting friendships. For the last several years, he was the Project Manager for Interstates Electric in the Blair, Nebraska regional office.
 
Shakey loved spending time with friends and enjoyed cooking, working in his shop and riding his Harley. He especially enjoyed cooking for his family and his crew at work. His greatest love was his children. He loved going to their school activities, taking them on family vacations and spending time with them.
 
Doug was preceded in death by his dad, Delbert Swets.
 
Doug is survived by his four children: Gordon (19), Meagan (16) Nathan (14) and Kristen (12), and their mother, Christine Swets, all of Blair, NE; his mother, Mary Swets, of Sioux Center; his four siblings: Julie and Keith Van Waardhuizen of Oskaloosa, IA; Terry (Tyke) and Missy Swets of Sioux Center, Paula and Mark Jacobsma of Sioux Center; and Cindy and Chad Webb of Cedar Falls, IA as well as, numerous aunts, uncles and nieces and nephews.
 
 
Margaret Roghair
Margaret Roghair, 88, of Sheldon, IA died Thursday, October 23, 2014, at Sanford Sheldon Medical Center in Sheldon.
 
A visitation will be held on Monday from 5-8PM, with family present from 5-7PM at the First Christian Reformed Church of Sheldon.
 
A prayer service for family and friends will be held on Tuesday at 9:30AM at the Memorial Funeral Home in Sioux Center, Iowa. Interment will follow the prayer service in Memory Gardens of Sioux Center.
 
A memorial service will be held on Tuesday at 11:00AM at the First Christian Reformed Church of Sheldon with Rev. Luke Wynja officiating.
 
Margaret (Bloemendaal) Roghair was born April 1, 1926 to Cornelius and Hattie (Bakker) Bloemendaal in Doon, Iowa. She was raised in the Doon area and attended Doon Christian School through the eighth grade. As a young lady, Margaret played softball and was a member of the Doon Darlings team. She had a fondness for horses and spent many afternoons riding her horse “Jerry”.
 
On October 11, 1950, Margaret was joined in marriage to William Roghair at the Christian Reformed Church in Doon. The couple first made their home in the Sioux Center, Iowa area. Later they moved their family to Sheldon, Iowa where Margaret worked as a housekeeper at the Sheldon Hospital. She was a member of the First Christian Reformed Church of Sheldon
 
Margaret was a talented musician. She played the guitar, accordion and harmonica by ear. She also sang in a trio with her brother, Pete and sister, Fannie.
 
She is survived by her six children: Wanda Grom and her friend, Steve of Sheldon, Sandi and Doug Mallette of South Sioux City, NE, Craig Roghair of Mankato, MN, David and Donna Roghair of Sioux Center, Heidi Roghair of Sheldon, Shelli and Scott Kissinger of Ontario, CA; her 13 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren; sister: Fannie Riemersma of Gig Harbor, WA; sister and brother-in-law, Grace and Elmer Van Den Top of Rock Valley; brother and sister-in-law, Nick and Tressa Bloemendaal of Doon, IA as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
 
She is preceded in death by her husband, William Roghair; her parents, Cornelius and Hattie (Bakker) Bloemendaal; Son-In-Law Gary (Mike) Grom; granddaughter, Sonia Grom; three brothers and sisters-in-law: Peter and Jennie Bloemendaal, William and Hilda Bloemendaal, Eilert and Pearl Bloemendaal; sister and brother-in-law, Jennie and Cornie Klarenbeek and brother-in-law, John Riemersma.
 
 
Rachael Feikema
Rachael Feikema, 38, of Sioux Center, IA, died Saturday, October 18, 2014, at Sioux Center Health of Sioux Center.
 
A visitation will be held on Tuesday from 4-8PM, with the family present from 5-7PM at the First Christian Reformed of Sioux Center.
 
A prayer service for family and friends will be held on Wednesday at 9:00AM at the First Christian Reformed Church of Sioux Center. Interment will follow the prayer service in Memory Gardens of Sioux Center.
 
A memorial service will be held on Wednesday at 10:00AM at the First Christian Reformed Church with Rev. Mark Verbruggen officiating.
 
The Feikema family prefers memorials to Building Fund c/o Sioux Center Christian School Foundation.
 
Rachael Marie (Visser) Feikema was born on January 13, 1976 to Marlyn and Esther (Dorhout) Visser. She was raised north of Orange City where she attended Orange City Christian School (class of 1990) and Unity Christian High School (class of 1994). She attended Dordt College, and then transferred to St. Luke’s College of Nursing where she received her RN degree. She worked at the Orange City Area Health System and Pleasant Acres Care Center in Hull, Iowa.
 
On June 13, 1998, Rachael married Corlin Feikema at the First Christian Reformed Church in Orange City, Iowa. They were blessed with four children: Erica Rochelle, Cody Matthew, Marissa Marie and Grant William. Rachael so enjoyed being their mom.
 
Rachael attended MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers). She was so blessed by her “playdate” group (Amy, Kelli, Jess, Jenni and Jen); she was also blessed by her “prayer time” group as they poured out their hearts to God.
 
Rachael is survived by her husband Corlin; children – Erica (12), Cody (10), Marissa (6) and Grant (2) of Sioux Center; her parents, Marlyn and Esther Visser of Orange City; her siblings, Mick and Sherry Visser (Hayley, Brandon and Rylee) of Sioux Center, Shari Visser of Orange City, Rebecca Visser of Orange City, Valerie and Ryan Van Beek (Payton, Autumn and Dylan) of Orange City; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Case and Rose Feikema of Luverne, MN; and brothers-in-law, Theron Feikema and Derick Feikema, all of Luverne, MN.
 
Rachael was preceded in death by her brother, Rick; sister, Lisa; her grandparents, George and Tillie Dorhout and William and Theresa Visser; and two uncles, Stan Yates and William Vande Kopple.
 
Rachael courageously fought breast cancer since she was diagnosed on March 5, 2013. Throughout this journey, her testimony of hope and faith in God was evident to many.
 
Words written by Rachael – “Rachael and her family would like to express their thanks for all the gifts, Pizza Ranch tip night, help with meals, childcare and cleaning. Most of all – thank you for the prayers which helped us get through each day.”
 
 

     
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