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He was very proud to hold goats for his daughter or push a calf. Whenever something broke or needed repaired, he would think about it and figure it out.He was able to figure out problems from household to machinery, to ranching, to kids.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.Billy was born February 9, 1949, in Ogallala, NE, to Burt and Margaret "Polly" Cross.
He attended school there until they bought a place near Sturgis, SD.
He spent many wonderful summers camping and riding with his grandkids.
He taught his kids many life lessons through 4-H and high school rodeo and pushed them to excel in anything they tried. He loved hazing for his boys and anyone else at the rodeo he could assist to make sure they had a "good shot" at their steer.
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.