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He was preceded in death by an infant son, Billy Jeb; his parents, Burt and Polly Cross; and father-in-law, Glen Hardy. A memorial has been established for a Western SD Buckaroo High School Rodeo Scholarship. Friday, October 6, 2017, at the Sturgis Community Center Theater.
Bill never gave up the fight and kept the faith that he would "lick" this situation he was in. Visitation will be Thursday, October 5, from to p.m. Burial will follow at Bear Butte Cemetery in Sturgis. on September 23, 2017, at Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Gillette, WY, followed by A celebration of Bills life hosted at Primrose Retirement Community, 921 Mountain Meadow Lane, Gillette, Wyoming 82716 from p.m.
Early in their marriage, his father-in-law, Glen, got Bill interested in Polo and a short time later invited him to join the Western South Dakota Buckaroos.
Bill only missed one Buckaroo ride in the 47 years since that invitation, and that was this year.
If there was a problem, Bill always tried to handle it.
He was a member of the Sturgis Rodeo Booster Club from 1984-1994, and was a State Director of the High School Rodeo Association from 1984-1995. His nieces and nephews couldn't get enough of Uncle Bill, no matter how gruff they thought he was.
Through their kids in high school rodeos and 4-H rodeos, they got to go to many places and meet many people that became life-long friends. He may look tough on the outside, but he had a huge, soft heart.
Bill and Sally tied the knot on July 29, 1967, in Sturgis.He was very proud to hold goats for his daughter or push a calf. Whenever something broke or needed repaired, he would think about it and figure it out.He was able to figure out problems from household to machinery, to ranching, to kids.The newlyweds moved to Stoneville, SD, where Bill worked for his father.Then the young couple moved to work at the 2 Rivers Ranch before moving back to Stoneville.