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Billy enlisted in the military in December 1951, where he was trained as a medic, but ended up working as a tugboat operator in Alaska during his military service.He married Beverly Miller shortly before enlisting, and upon returning, they started a family and worked at Roland Verens Ranch before taking a job at Ft Meade VA hospital where he worked for 18 years in nursing as a surgical technician and SPD supply worker that he worked as until retirement.After Johnson vetoed the bills, Congress overrode his veto, making the Civil Rights Act the first major bill in the history of the United States to become law through an override of a presidential veto. Grant supported Congressional Reconstruction and enforced the protection of African Americans in the South through the use of the Enforcement Acts passed by Congress.The Radicals in the House of Representatives, frustrated by Johnson's opposition to Congressional Reconstruction, filed impeachment charges. Grant used the Enforcement Acts to effectively combat the Ku Klux Klan, which was essentially wiped out (although a new incarnation of the Klan eventually would again come to national prominence in the 1920s), but was unable to resolve the escalating tensions inside the Republican party between the northerners on the one hand, and those Republicans originally hailing from the South on the other (this latter group would be labelled "Scalawags" by those opposing Reconstruction).Keith and I traveled to many shoots together as well as many gun shows as we were both avid collectors. He will be remembered as a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather and an avid outdoorsman.Keith put together one of the finest collections of vintage 22 ammo in the country. Jim Dickman Click here for further information Robert B. Art is survived by his children, Kathy Hessler and Jim (Nadine) Hessler; daughter-in-law, Jennifer Hessler; grandchildren Paul and Patrick Hessler, and Heather Ostlund, David (June), Daniel and Mike Hessler, Kelley (Jason) Murphy; and three great-grandchildren.In the movie, Lorraine happened to have recently moved to Los Angeles from Wisconsin.
Keith was a huge supporter of the ATA and encouraged many shooters to join and participate including myself. Art was employed as a Federal Meat Grader for the US Department of Agriculture. Art enjoyed spending time with his family, trap shooting, hunting and fishing. It’s either that – or you meet folks with a direct connection to our state.It seems to be the same story in Hollywood circles.Billy, 86, Sturgis, died January 10, 2017 at Rapid City Regional Hospital.He is survived by his two daughters, Gloria Peterson and Cheryl Goodall; his grandsons, Daniel (Jessica) Goodall, and Christopher (Luella) Goodall; and 3 great-grandchildren, Aliza, Xandria, and William Goodall.