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In 1998, he married Elmie Bartel and in 2005, he sold the trailer court and moved to Watertown, NY.

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While living in Faith, Sonja, Arnold, and Jacky completed the family.

Times were tough feeding five kids, so Dean decided to venture out on his own, moving to Newell to start his own business, Butchs Garage, in 1964.

Visitation will be Thursday, July 12, 2018, from 5-7 p.m. A memorial has been established Childrens Hospital of Colorado (PICU/TRA Trauma Team) and Aydens Allstars (ICO Gary or Alicia Vetter).

Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Doug was born January 17, 1957, to Robert and Dorothy Kaiser. Doug made so many friends through his wrestling and softball years.

Dean Arnold Vetter, 81, of Rapid City, died Saturday, July 7, 2018, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.

Dean is survived by his five children, Rosa Herman, Rapid City, Velva (Rod) Retzlaff, Newell, Sonja (John) Welke, Sturgis, Arnold Vetter, Rapid City, and Jacky (Bob) Good, Spotsylvania, VA; sister, Joyce (Walt) Ballard; brother-in-law, Ace (Karen) Inghram; sister-law, Cathy Inghram; and 17 grandchildren, Monica (Jayme) Mc Gee, Eric (Denise) Quenzer, Jenna (Colonta) White, Jon Nelson, Timmey (Ana) Johnston, James Johnston, Mirrisa Retzlaff, Alysia Retzlaff, Jennifer (Steve) Froning, Lori (Dennis) Hansen, Glenda Welke, Matthew Welke, Gary (Alicia) Vetter, Bryan Vetter, Nicole Dean, Matthew Shaw, and Jade (John) Ritchie.

They started out their married life living in Rapid City working for Pools, hauling trailer houses and enjoyed being a dad to his two daughters, Rosa and Velva.

They then moved to Faith in 1961, and he went to work as a mechanic.

Doug attended K-12 in Sturgis and completed a semester at Huron College. Doug excelled in wrestling all through high school and continued coaching AAU wrestling for 20 years. He always had so many stories to tell, and everybody enjoyed listening to them.

Doug married his high school sweetheart, Linda, on November 12, 1976, at Grace Lutheran Church. He loved teaching young wrestlers, and his inspiration led many to victory. Doug's last place of employment was at Owen's Interstate, where he worked until his death.

He is also survived by 41 great-grandchildren (4th generation); 4 great-great-grandchildren (5th generation); and many nieces and nephews.

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