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When their lease ended, they moved back to Belle Fourche and founded Moms Drive Inn in Sturgis in 1986.
After the death of his wife, Marlene, he retired to just manage his trailer court.
They then moved to Faith in 1961, and he went to work as a mechanic.Dean Arnold Vetter, 81, of Rapid City, died Saturday, July 7, 2018, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.Dean is survived by his five children, Rosa Herman, Rapid City, Velva (Rod) Retzlaff, Newell, Sonja (John) Welke, Sturgis, Arnold Vetter, Rapid City, and Jacky (Bob) Good, Spotsylvania, VA; sister, Joyce (Walt) Ballard; brother-in-law, Ace (Karen) Inghram; sister-law, Cathy Inghram; and 17 grandchildren, Monica (Jayme) Mc Gee, Eric (Denise) Quenzer, Jenna (Colonta) White, Jon Nelson, Timmey (Ana) Johnston, James Johnston, Mirrisa Retzlaff, Alysia Retzlaff, Jennifer (Steve) Froning, Lori (Dennis) Hansen, Glenda Welke, Matthew Welke, Gary (Alicia) Vetter, Bryan Vetter, Nicole Dean, Matthew Shaw, and Jade (John) Ritchie.Friends are invited to join his family at a Celebration of Life service on Saturday, July 21, 2018, at a.m. His family requests that in lieu of flowers, gifts can be made in his memory to the Spearfish Veterans Monument.Send Flowers Sign/View Registry Dean Arnold Vetter was born June 21, 1937, in Burtrum, MN, to Adam and Laura (Shinabarger) Vetter.