Wanda Lorraine Moeding

June 9, 1954 ~ September 22, 2019

Wanda L Moeding, 65, of Kaycee, WY, formerly Brandon, died after a one year long cancer battle on September 22, 2019, at the Sanford Hospice Cottage House in Sioux Falls.

Visitation will be 12:00, Noon, Saturday, September 28, 2019, at Heartland Funeral Home.  A Celebration of Life will begin at 2pm at Heartland.

Wanda Lorraine Kingsly was born on June 9, 1954, in Minneapolis, MN, to Walter and Lois Kingsly. They moved to Huron, SD where she graduated in 1972 from Huron High School. After graduation, she was a hard working single mother who often worked two jobs and devoted her life to her two daughters.

On September 5, 1995, she married the love of her life, Danny R. Moeding, until his death in 2011.

Wanda was best known for being an excellent waitress at the “Plains” in Huron, SD, and then “Frontier Village”, where she met her best friend, Paul Rodman. She then left waitressing and started working at Hutchinson Tech Inc, until health problems forced her to retire.

Wanda never really had many hobbies, besides shopping on HSN and always looking for jewelry. The things she enjoyed the most was spending time with her baby, Bella and watching TV. She was always the happiest when her soaps or true crimes were on. 

Wanda was best known for her love of her family that included daughters, Tammy (Bryan) Hannant, Kaycee, WY, and Christina (James) Wagner, Sioux Falls; two grandchildren, Darik (Aloia) Kingsly, Sioux Falls, and Joshua Hannant, Gillette, WY; two great-grandchildren, Leo and Kysier; mother, Lois Kingsly, Fargo, ND; two siblings, Kathy North, Deaver, WY, and Butch (Jill) Kingsly, Fargo, ND; and many nieces and nephews.

Wanda was preceded in death by her father, Walter; sister, JoAnn; and husband, Danny.

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  • JOYCE Rodman says:

    Wanda’s family
    I’m so sorry for the loss of your Mom she was a great lady had some really good time’s with her always look forward to her visit’s when she came to Paul’s She was here with her Mom for Paul’s 50th birthday we had such a great time I will miss her Deepest Sympathy thoughts and prayer’s to her family
    Joyce and Don Rodman

  • Judy Dubbelde says:

    Christina and Tammy, I am so sorry to hear about Wanda. I really loved working with her. She made work interesting. Spoke her mind. She always had a smile on her face. Of course when we weren’t wearing masks at work. Cherish the memories you had with her and talk about her often. My prayers are with you and your family.

  • Mike Buskol says:

    My condolences to Wanda’s family for your loss.
    My time with your family was brief but I will never forget how giving and loving Wanda was.
    Many wonderful family get togethers and memories.
    Our prayers to your family.
    Mike Buskol

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