First Assembly of God

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First Assembly of God
First Assembly of God is listed in the Churches Assembly Of God category in Huron, South Dakota. Displayed below is the only current social network for First Assembly of God which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of First Assembly of God on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

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920 Lincoln Ave SW
Huron, SD 57350
(605) 352-4896

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First Assembly of God has an overall ZapScore of 65. This means that First Assembly of God has a higher ZapScore than 65% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Huron, South Dakota is 38 and in the Churches Assembly Of God category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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There will be two memorial services celebrating the life of 86 year old Ivan Walz; one in South Dakota and one in Pennsylvania, where he lived for the last three years of his life. Pennsylvania: Friday, September 8 at Evangel Heights Church in Sarver, visitation will be from 4-7 followed by a service at 7PM with Rev. Daniel Corfield and Rev. Corey Buck officiating. South Dakota: Friday, September 15 at Huron First Assembly of God, visitation will be from 5-7. Saturday, September 16 there will be visitation at 9AM, with a service at 10AM. Rev Tom Brantner and South Dakota Superintendent Rev. Stephen Schaible will officiate, with a luncheon following. Because of the time and distance between the two services, the family requests memorial gift in lieu of flowers. The gifts will be given to Gideon International (Ivan was personally involved with this organization) and to missions work in Myanmar reaching Buddhist locals (Ivan was very influential in the worker’s father coming to faith in Christ, and this is one of many testimonies of the impact of Ivan’s life). Checks can be made out to and sent to Tilly Walz in care of Evangel Heights Church, 120 Beale Rd, Sarver PA 16055. Please designate if you have a preference for the use of the memorial. Obituary: Ivan Walz was born November 11, 1930 to Ed & Susie (Tschetter) Walz on a farm near Yale, South Dakota. On June 1, 1951 he married Tilly Walter at Centerpoint, SD. He was drafted into the army in March of 1952 and served in Korea for 16 months, receiving an honorable discharge in March of 1954. He was employed with Armour & Co. for over 30 years. He was also a bonded livestock buyer for several years and enjoyed livestock and his farm, which was also an outlet to use his talent in carpentry and building. He was an active member of the Assembly of God church in Huron, serving in leadership on the board of deacons, as church treasurer, and as the chairman of the missions committee. He also helped with Royal Rangers and the Men’s Fellowship group. He was an active member of the local Gideon chapter, serving as Scripture Chairman and Bible Memorial Chairman. He and his wife opened their home to a countless number of ministers, missionaries, friends and family by serving them with a delicious meal or a place to stay. He and his wife showed compassion as they faithfully ministered for 20 years in a weekly service at the Huron Nursing Home. He was active in the community, serving on the advisory board of the Dakotaland Federal Credit Union and being a foster parent to children in need. He enjoyed time with his family, traveling to visit his children and grandchildren all over the country and even made two international trips to visit his son’s family, who were missionaries in Argentina at the time. His family also came to him, and he enjoyed having his grandchildren visit his farm, sometimes staying for several weeks at a time. Ivan is survived by his wife Tilly of 66 years, three children (Brad of Nashville TN, Brice of Atlanta GA and Lorna Albanese of Pittsburgh PA ), two sisters (Donna VanDiepen of Sioux Falls and Darleen Baltzer of Huron), 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, an infant daughter Carlene Joy, and four siblings.