Darla Ovre

April 25, 1947 - April 4, 2014


Visitation: Tuesday, 5-7 PM Anderson Funeral Home
Service: Memorial Service- 7 PM Tuesday, April 8, Anderson Funeral Home, Canton

Canton.  Darla Ovre, 66, passed away Friday, April 4, 2014 at Palisade Manor in Garretson, SD.  A family visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 8, at Anderson Funeral Home in Canton.  Her memorial service will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home. 

Darla was born April 25, 1947 at Park Rapids, MN to Clarence and Leone (Stephenson) Nussbaum.  She attended school in Lennox and Canton.  Darla married Johnnie Ovre, Jr. in 1963.  They made their home in the Canton area.  She worked as a bartender at the Canton Municipal, Crow Bar in Sioux Falls, the Lennox Legion, and Scotty’s Bar in Worthing.  Her favorite pastime was camping and fishing.  She was an avid collector and enjoyed going to auctions.  Her pets were her babies.

Darla is survived by her son, Douglas (Deb) Ovre of Worthing; daughters, Jeanne (Paul) Oakland of Canton and Jennifer (Scott) Lee of Sioux Falls; 9 grandchildren- Cody, Austin, Tanner, Patrick, Daphne, Jake, Hailey, Ross, and Kaden; 7 great-grandchildren- Hunter, Maddie, Erika, Alyssa, Daython, Jayvon, and Sean; 2 brothers, Stan Mclung and Keith (Mary) McClung, both of Harrisburg; and special friend, Bill Moen of Canton and his children- Joe Moen, Glenn Moen, Sherry Moen, and Alicia Gerald.  She was preceded in death by her parents, 2 sisters, Vivian Schriver and Dorothy Wright, and 2 brothers, Harvey and Robert.

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  1. Jen, little Kaden and Ross—
    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You are all very special to me and I am praying for you all. Don’t hesitate to ask for help. God bless you all!

  2. Doug and Deb,

    Sorry to hear about your mom Doug. You and your family will be in our family’s thoughts and prayers.

    Take Care – Ryan, Becky, Grant, Claire, and Max

  3. Prayers to the family. I remember when Darla an Jeannie an d Jennifer would come to lacrosse wis to visit .aunt Margaret Darla would be a glow in r hearts an soul. Darla will b missed. Here. But she will watch over the family .smiling apond all that has passed on in her travels. Lov u darla. Cindy an Bruce

  4. Doug and Family,
    We are so sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. She is in the Lord’s arms now and is resting peacefully. God Bless you all,
    Todd and Tanna Gries

  5. So sorry to hear of your loss. May God keep you all in his graces and bless you during this difficult time. Unfortunately we won’t be able to attend the services for Darla but you will be in our thoughts.

  6. To the Family of Darla Ovre,
    We are very sorry to hear this of your mother Darla, I really got to know her when Bill and Darla move over by us in Canton, I enjoyed talking with her in the evening, when i get home from work, she would be sitting outside and she would yell across the street, come on over, I would stand over there and talk about my day, i would go in house and make supper only to find her waiting for me to come back outside, she was a great lady, and truly going to miss her. She spoke very highly of all her kids, and of course her puppies as well. I will hold her memories close to me as i know you will hold her memories close to you. Please fine comfort knowing she at peace. God Bless you all.

  7. Dear Doug & Deb:
    Our heartfelt sympathy and prayers to all of you. We were so sorry to read of your mother’s passing. God bless her memory – hold those precious memories close to your heart.
    Wes & Julie