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When he was young, his family moved to the Moreau River area in Perkins County.
He attended school there until they bought a place near Sturgis, SD.
Billy Burt Cross, 68, Sturgis, died Saturday, September 30, 2017, in Rochester, MN.
Bill is survived by his wife, Sally, and their three children, Seth (Jeanie), Clay, and Cally Cross; his grandkids, Terrisa (Brandon) Henry, Kim (Doug) Neely, Brian Lamphere, Randi Cross, Cooper Cross, Kayla Cross, Carson Cross, Cassidy Cross, Jake Baxley, and Katelyn Baxley; his great-grandkids, Aspen Henry, Brecken Henry, and Easton Neely; his brothers and sisters, Eugene (Darla) Cross, Aloma (Don) Willey, Shelley Cross, Cary Cross Deane, Burt (Cheryl) Cross, and Carla (Mark) Calistro; his mother-in-law, Jerry Hardy; brother-in-law, Bill (Sally) Hardy; sister-in-law, Jan Lamphere; and numerous nieces and nephews.
The newlyweds moved to Stoneville, SD, where Bill worked for his father.
Then the young couple moved to work at the 2 Rivers Ranch before moving back to Stoneville.
Bill then attended school in Sturgis where he met his high school sweetheart, Sally Hardy.
Soon after, they welcomed their little girl, Cally, to their family.Bill served on the board of directors for almost two decades, with a term as president of the organization.Bill was a true Buckaroo, an old cowboy soul born over a century too late.Through their kids in high school rodeos and 4-H rodeos, they got to go to many places and meet many people that became life-long friends. He may look tough on the outside, but he had a huge, soft heart.
Everyone remembers his big smile, twinkling eyes, and unforgettable laugh and how he could sit and tell stories for hours. He loved the land and hunting, team roping on Nose, playing guitar, and dancing the night away with his favorite partner, Sally.No matter how busy Bill was, he never missed one of Seth or Clay's football games or Cally's dance recitals or volleyball or softball games.