Kelly Hadler, 48, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, died Sunday, June 14, 2020, at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
A funeral service and burial took place Friday, June 19, at the Beaver Creek Cemetery in Beaver Creek.
Kelly Hadler was born Aug. 13, 1971, to Rodney and Carol (Arp) Hadler in Luverne. He was raised and educated in Hills-Beaver Creek. He continued his education at Worthington Community College.
He married Dawn Hoogeveen on Oct. 14, 1995, and shared 16 years of marriage with her. They lived in Mankato, Luverne and Yardley, Pennsylvania. Kelly was in the promotion business and worked for Promotion Works Inc. in Mankato, CCL in Sioux Falls, and then Schwans in Sioux Falls.
Kelly enjoyed all sports, especially golf and football. He also enjoyed construction. He enjoyed his early morning talks with his dad and treasured a family trip to Mexico. He enjoyed camping with his family and friends. He loved his daughters and new granddaughter.
Kelly is survived by his daughters, MaKenna Hadler (Josh Grunley) of Brandon, South Dakota, Tia Hadler, Luverne, and Morgan Hadler, Luverne; a granddaughter, Akira; his parents, Rodney and Carol Hadler; sister Danette (Doug) Deragisch; brother Mark (Brenda) Hadler of Edgerton; sister Tracy (Craig) Soehl of Marshall; nieces and nephews; and other relatives.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Brad Hadler; his maternal grandparents, Verlyn and Luetta Arp; and his paternal grandparents, Raymond and Thelma Hadler.
Arrangements were provided by Jurrens Funeral Home of Rock Rapids, Iowa, jurrensfuneralhome.com.