Dalyce Geraldine Clow

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May 29, 1931 ~ March 18, 2024

Dalyce G. Clow, 92, Brandon, SD, died Monday, March 18, 2024, at Ava’s House in Sioux Falls, after recent health issues.

Visitation for Dalyce will be 5pm, Friday, March 22, 2024, at Beaver Valley Church, Valley Springs, with Funeral Services beginning at 6pm. A livestream link to watch the service is here https://www.youtube.com/@beaver-valley-lutheran/live

Dalyce Geraldine Carlson was born on May 29, 1931, in Lancaster, MN to Anna and Frank Carlson. She married Wilbert Clow on October 23, 1948, in Hallock, MN. They moved to South Dakota and resided in Brandon for over 65 years.

She was a charter member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and a very active member of Beaver Valley Lutheran Church.

Motherhood, homemaking, daycare, and sewing became her passion. The entire community knew her as Grandma Clow or the sewing lady. She took on many sewing projects over the years including the choir robes, confirmation robes, and communion linen for the church.          

Grateful for having shared Dalyce’s life are her sons, Richmond (Carolyn), Jeffrey (Deb), Brian (Ann), David, and Daniel (Tamie); daughter, Pamela; grandchildren, Catherine (David), Nicholas (Mary), Joshua (Teddie) Tanner, Jeremy, Ethan, Kyle, and Jacob; great-grandsons, Jayden and Jaxson; great-granddaughter, Isabella; brother, Arnold; and many nieces and nephews.

Dalyce was preceded in death by her husband, Wilbert; her parents; grandson, Travis; brothers, Harvey and Arthur; and sisters, Thelma and Doris.

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  • Tami Goembel says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Kevin and Tami Goembel

  • Rod and Judy Jones says:

    Sending our thoughts and prayers to all the Clow family.
    We will miss Aunt Dalyce.

  • Maya Turner says:

    Many prayers as you celebrate the life of your loved one’s beautiful life. May her memory live on in all of your hearts.

  • Heather Johnson says:

    So sorry for your loss. Dalyce was one in a million. In HIS grip.

  • Sally says:

    I have special memories of Dalyce as one of her neighbors, one in particular was the dress she made for me when I was in 8th grade for our school dance, it was beautiful. I loved that dress and how it made me feel, I still have it after all these years. She gave her kindness with grace to so many. ” God Blesses those who mourn, for they will be Comforted.” Matthew 5:4 Prayers for the Clow family.

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