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Minnehaha Funeral Home
180 Saint Olaf Avenue
Baltic , SD 57003
(605) 529-5411
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Michel Peissel, Tibet Scholar and Adventurer, Dies at 74

Mon, Oct 17, 2011
In 1989, he persuaded relatives and friends to join him on a river journey, alternately rowing and sailing a Viking longboat to the Black Sea from the Baltic Sea, a soggy trip that took 53 days. Mr. Peissel took great pride in his discoveries, like identifying a small purebred Tibetan horse, later named the Riwoche horse. And he boasted of his expedition to what he believed to be the elusive historical source of the Mekong River, accompanied by Chinese handlers. It resulted in his book “The Last Barbarians.” He called one of his last books, “Tibet: The Secret Continent,” his bible and a distillation of his knowledge. But Mr. Peissel would just as easily speak of the journey during which he lay with two broken legs in freezing winds, or the time his truck was stuck for days in mud and ice until a passing caravan of yaks pulled it free, or the day a part of his mule train dropped off a precipice and animals, tents and provisions were swept away in a roaring stream. “Travel with him was always a triumph over the impossible,” said one of his sons, Olivier, a sometime travel companion. Besides being a passionate Tibetologist — he had a doctorate in ethnology from the Sorbonne — Mr. Peissel was a restless man who pushed himself hard, who was as eager to communicate with peasants as with aristocrats and who was determined to avoid the routine in life, his friends and family said. In recent years, as his travel slowed, Mr. Peissel returned to painting. He had just completed his first children’s book about Tibet, illustrated with what he called “patented stroboscopic images.” On the day he died, he had tickets to travel to the Book Fair in Frankfurt to sell his latest book, said his wife, Roselyne Peissel. Born in Paris on Feb. 11, 1937, he liked to draw prehistoric animals as a child, and his boyhood heroes were explorers. Mr. Peissel was married first to Marie-Claire de Montaignac, with whom he had two sons, and then to Missy Allen, with whom he had a daughter and a son. He and Ms. Peissel also had a son. His five children survive him. (New York Times)

The Rev. Michael James Fox

Thu, Sep 15, 2011
Church, Trosky, Minn., 1977-1981; St. Martin’s Lutheran Church, Winona, 1981-1990; Spirit of Christ Lutheran Church, Ham Lake, Minn., 1990-1993; Trinity Lutheran Church, Waconia, Minn., 1993-1997; Baltic Lutheran Church, Baltic, S.D., and East Nidaros Lutheran Church, Baltic, S.D., 2001-2006; and Grace Lutheran Church, Sturgis, S.D., 2006-2011. He married Diane Wilken on June 9, 1973, in Danforth, Ill. They were blessed with two daughters, Jennifer Suzanne, and Stephanie Marie. He married Susan Villmow on Nov. 19, 2005, in Colton, S.D. He loved to sing and act and was involved in numerous plays and vocal concerts. He was recently involved in the Sturgis Community Theater and Sturgis Community Cantata. He was president of the Sturgis Kiwanis Club. He was also active in the Sturgis Alliance of Churches. He was involved in church leadership beyond the congregation throughout his ministry. He was currently serving as the dean of the Bear Butte Conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He is survived by his wife, the Rev. Susan Villmow Fox, Sturgis and Buffalo, S.D.; daughters, Jennifer (Ron) Schultz, Winona, Stephanie (Jesse) Zuerlein, Menomonie, Wis., and Melissa Rieger, Buffalo, S.D.; sons, Scott (Maranda) Pogany, Katterbach, Germany, and Robert (Kim) Rieger, Huron, S.D.; grandchildren, Zachary Schultz, Jayda Zuerlein, Jacob Rieger, and Gabriel Rieger. An additional grandson will be born in October. He is... (Winona Daily News)




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