Viola Olson Cash Viola Olson Cash, 99, of Peoria, AZ, died Saturday, Jan. 17, 2009, just two weeks before her 100th birthday. Mrs. Cash was born on Feb. 1, 1909 in Fairfield, IA, the daughter of Fred L. and Maude (Duke) Yanaway. She graduated from Fairfield High School and Parsons College. She married Harry E. Olson in Fairfield on July 24, 1932. They lived their entire married life in Vermillion where Harry taught at the University. He died May 18, 1977. On Aug. 12, 1982, Viola married Ray Cash. They lived in Vermillion and Sun City, AZ. He died Nov. 9, 1996. Viola was active in many organizations. She was a member of the United Church of Christ Congregation in Vermillion and an associate member of the Church of Palms in Sun City. She was a member of Mothers Club, Wasesa, Tri Delta Social Sorority, Faculty Womanâ�?�?s Club and Emeritus Club. She was a life member of the Clay County Historical Society, Friends of the Library, Shrine to Music, South Dakota Retired Teachers, USD Alumni Association and Senior Citizens. She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, Irl D. Yanaway. Survivors include three children, Charlotte (James) Kirby of DeKalb, IL, and Tucson, AZ, Mary (Dale) Root of Litchfield, MN, and Thomas (Michelle) Olson of Beverton, OR; one step-daughter, Marian (Morris) Rasmussen of Sioux City, IA; five grandchildren, four step-grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, and six step great-grandchildren. A service to celebrate the life of Viola Olson Cash will be held at the United Church of Christ in Vermillion in late spring. Local arrangements are handled by Iverson-Siecke-Kober Funeral Home. Interment will be in the BluffView Cemetery, Vermillion. Memorials may be directed to the United Church of Christ Congregational, The Harry E. Olson Memorial Scholarship Fund at The University of South Dakota, or the National Music Museum, Vermillion. Condolences may be sent online to www.koberfuneralhome.com.
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