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In her busy life, she never failed to create time for her family through thousands of simple acts of kindness.
She rarely missed her kids or grandkids school or church events. Blessed and grateful for Ardiss life are her 5 children, Rob (Kim) Smiley of Red Owl, Rick Smiley, Donna (Loren) Bruse, and Russell (Melinda) Smiley all of Sturgis, and Diana (Luke) Lopez of Mobridge; and eight grandchildren, Sierra Bruse, Kristin Smiley, Blake Smiley, Shelbi Bruse, Caden (Jori) Smiley, Sarah Lopez, Sophia Lopez, and Tanner Smiley.
She was also a long time pianist for the Union Center Baptist Church.
Most recently, Ardis shared her love of music by playing piano with a group of musicians at Heritage Acres in Sturgis, SD.
Ardis was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and mother-in-law.
Like Bob, she parented by example, leaving a legacy that is worthy to be emulated.
He was not a man seeking riches but was a man rich in kindness, goodness and friendliness to his fellow man.
Ardis Pearl (Stage) Smiley was born January 9, 1931, in Faith, SD, to Albert and Clyde (Timmons) Stage of Red Owl.
On Friday, December 22, 2017, Ardis went to be with the Lord and many of her loved ones who have passed on before her.
In her years at Red Owl, she was very involved in the community as a school board member, Secretary/Treasurer for the Meade County Farm Bureau, Right to Life member, and substitute teacher.
She found great joy and satisfaction sharing the love of God with children in various childrens ministries, both in Union Center and Stoneville.