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Leroy was born on October 5th of 1970 in Hot Springs SD. Leroy was born to his father Marvin Yotter and his mother Teresa Jonas. Leroy had been blessed with a step mother, Ada Baker who loved him like her own. He had 5 siblings: Linda, Michelle, Randy, Connie, and Ronnie. He had a closeness to his siblings that most would envy. Growing up Leroy loved motorcycles and cars. He had a passion for cars that followed him throughout his entire life. Leroy loved the outdoors, he was always fishing and camping with family and friends. In later life he enjoyed yard sales, swap meets, and loved finding those deals!!
Leroy made friends with everyone he met. He was very inclusive and would talk the ear off anyone that would give him the chance. His smile was contagious and he had a laugh that could fill a room with joy. Leroy was the type of person that would give you the shirt off his back and never think twice.
Leroy had a love for his family that we will never forget. He loved his nieces and nephew like they were his own children and was always there for every event they had. When we would visit he loved taking us to all of the fun sites around South Dakota and would spend hours and hours sightseeing. We loved when he would let us drive his truck and four wheelers in the back streets of town. As we all grew up and started having families of our own he showed the same love and kindness to our spouses and children.
The lord called Leroy back home on April 11th 2021 at the age of 50. He passed at Monument Health Rapid City Hospital due to heart complications.
Leroy is preceded in death by his father (Marvin Yotter), his mother’s (Teresa Jonas & Ada Baker), siblings ( Randy Roberts & Ronnie Gant).
Leroy is lovingly survived by his sisters Connie (Chuck) Schwindt of KY, Linda (Lee) Young of UT, Michelle Marlow of SD. His nieces and nephews Misty (Quinn) Guymon, Kasey (Mariah) Church, Penny (Jackson) Collard, Ashley Guymon, and many great nieces and nephews.
Leroy was very loved and we will miss him beyond measure.
Until we meet again.
Private family services will be held in SD. He will then be buried in Wallsburg UT next to his mom and brother at a later date. Funeral arrangements are with Leverington Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belle Fourche.
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