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Boston Fern

1926 6th Ave SE
Aberdeen, SD 57451
800-352-4486
The Boston Fern, a full-service, flower shop, locally owned and operated in Aberdeen, SD. Flowers, for every occasion. We can provide you with all your floral and gift needs.

Ipswich SD Home of the Yellowstone Trail

Edmunds County Information

Holy Cross Catholic Church

Holy Cross Catholic Church

20 6th Street
Ipswich, SD 57451
605-971-4556
Fr. Timothy Cone serves this parish in Ipswich. Fr. Cone also serves St Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Roscoe, SD and St Augustine Catholic Church, Bowdle, SD

Richland Wesleyan Church

One of the most vibrant congregations in the area. A rural church that welcomes all. See their web home for maps to the church and more.

Yellowstone Motel

Yellowstone Motel

900 5th Ave
Ipswich, SD 57451
605-377-3330
The Best To You Each Morning

Aberdeen American News

Aberdeen Daily Newspaper

Aberdeen Insider

There is no charge for Online Obituaries at this time.

Edmunds County Tribune

419 5th Ave PO Box 7
Ipswich, SD 57451
605-426-6471
Edmunds County Tribune

This paper serves the Ipswich, Roscoe and Hosmer area.
Obituaries may be emailed to : news.iptribune@midconetwork.com
Currently there is no charge for obituaries

Ipswich School District

Ipswich School District

Ipswich, SD 57451
605-426-6561
Ipswich School District-Home of the Tigers

Schriver Funeral Home

Offering the finest of Granite, Marble and Bronze monuments and markers from standard designs to fully customized tributes.

The majority of the stones are purchased through Rausch Granite, Big Stone City, SD.

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Schriver's Memorial Mortuary in Aberdeen was founded in 1961 when Ray and Mary K. Schriver purchased the former Kreuger Mortuary. Ray and Mary K. worked together growing their family business and in 1978, when Ray suddenly passed away, Mary K. began operating the mortuary as its owner-operator.

In 1987, Mary K. and her sons, George and Jim, and daughter, Mary, designed and built a new facility moving Schriver's Mortuary to 414 Fifth Avenue Northwest along Highway 281 in Aberdeen. Mary K. purchased the land and began the process of designing and building a new mortuary from the ground up. George and his wife Stacy Schriver have been successfully operating Schriver's Memorial since Mary's passing.

The pair expanded west in 2022 when they purchased the former Gramm Funeral Home, now Schriver Funeral Home.

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First Generation: Ray & Mary Schriver

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Second Generation: George & Stacy Schriver

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