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They moved back to Tyndall, SD in 1968 and owned Carda Construction and later added Tyndall Concrete.They built many homes in the Tyndall area and poured many a yard of concrete.He lived in Yankton for over forty years where he owned and operated Jay Vending Company.
His love for farming was fulfilled when he returned to the Cutts' Farm where he worked with his son Jay with the farming and cattle operation.He also survived by his grandchildren Danny Koletzky of Yankton, Dusty Koletzky (Sherri Fuks) of Yankton, Marshall Cooley of Boise, ID, Michelle Cooley (Owen Diamond) of Sioux City, IA, and Johna (Cooley) Koch of Eagle, ID, and great-grandchildren Caid Koletzky, Cavan Cooley, and an unborn grandson expected in August, 2007.Jim was preceded in death by his son, John Cooley, infant son, Christopher Cooley, parents Herschel and Pearl Cooley, an infant grandson Ronald Koletzky, Jr., in-laws Wes and Elsie Novotny, sister Mary Mc Candless, and twin brothers Kirk and Kent Cooley. Box 329, Monkton, MD 21111 or the Benedictine Health Foundation, 1000 West Fourth Street, Suite 14, Yankton, SD 57078 directed to Hospice and/or Home Health Care programs.I invite you to familiarize yourself with our agency as the website affords the department an opportunity to provide information regarding our state’s corrections system.The North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is a vital part of the criminal justice system in this state and our mission is to enhance public safety, to reduce the risk of future criminal behavior by holding adult and juvenile offenders accountable, and to provide opportunities for change.
Jim's wish was to have his body donated to the USD School of Medicine (Sanford School of Medicine). Eugene James Carda, age 61, of Sioux Falls, SD formerly of Tabor, SD passed away June 4, 2007 at his home in Sioux Falls, SD.