Charles Duane Buxcel was born January 25, 1952, in Murdo, South Dakota the third of seven children born to Albert and Evelyn (Baker) Buxcel. He grew up on the farm northwest of Okaton and attended grade school at Pershing rural school, before attending Murdo High School. After graduating from Murdo High School in 1970, he attended National College of Business in Rapid City, where he earned an Associates Degree . In 1972, he entered the Army National Guard, and was medically discharged in 1973.
In 1977, he was united in marriage to Debra Dominicak, and to this union were born two daughters Misty and Anna Marie. They made their home northwest of Okaton, where Charlie farmed and ranched with his father and brother. In the late 2000’s he moved off the ranch and into Murdo, where he owned and operated a trailer court, guided deer and pheasant hunters, and sprayed crops.
Charlie enjoyed hunting, fishing, and playing pool. He was a member of the ASCS committee in Murdo, for a number of years. He was also a member of the Jones County Sportsmen Club and served as president for a term.
Survivors include his daughter Misty Niemeyer of Massachusetts; three brothers Wendell Buxcel of Kadoka, Dale Buxcel of Murdo, and Gene Buxcel of Sidney, Montana; three sisters Nadine Hatheway of Murdo, Diane Long and her husband Kevin of Conroe, Texas, and Krysti Barnes and her husband Todd of Murdo; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Charlie was preceded in death by his stillborn daughter Anna Marie; and his parents Albert and Evelyn Buxcel.
A memorial is established to the St. Peter Lutheran Church.
Visitation will begin at 12:00 p.m. CDT on Monday, March 12, at St. Peter Lutheran Church south of Midland.
Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. CDT on Monday, March 12, at St. Peter Lutheran Church, with Pastor Gregory Hinners officiating.
Interment will be at St. Peter Lutheran Cemetery.
So sorry for this loss. Take care
~ Mike & Shar Moses
My deepest sympathies to the Buxcel family.
~ Brenda (Kerns) Polk
Huntsville, AL (3/6/2018)
~ CORT WRIGHT
Rapid City SD (3/12/2018)
~ Butch and Lois Rudd
Hermosa SD (3/5/2018)
Rest In Peace, comfort to your loved ones.
San Antonio TX (3/5/2018)
JUST HEARD ABOUT CHARLIE HARD TO BELIEVE I HAVE KNOWN CHARLIE FOR YEARS SO SAD TO HEAR HE PASSED AWAY. SENDING ALL MY SYMPATHY AND PRAYERS TO HIS FAMILY. HE HAD MANY FRIENDS AND HE WILL BE MISSED. GOD BLESS CHARLIE AND RIP
~ NORMA JEAN IVERSON HUHN
So sorry for this loss. May our loving Lord & Savior comfort you. Keep the memories and happy moments. You are all blessed & loved.
~ Joyce Vollmer Williamson
Rapid City,SD (3/5/2018)
To all of you my deepest sympathy in the loss of Charlie. My prayers are with each of you.
~ Jeri Olson (Manke)
Belle Fourche, SD (3/6/2018)
Our Love with thoughts and Prayers to all the Buxcel Family !!
Thanks for sharing your life with fun and laughter with our entire family!!! You will be missed but never forgotten !!!
R I P my friend, Cort (Bud) & Nanci Wright
~ Cort Wright
Rapid City SD (3/12/2018)
What a great man. Not sure you could find a nicer guy. He will be greatly missed by my whole hunting party. He was always quick with a joke and always had a smile on his face. So many great memories. God speed....
~ Brad Yerhot
Minneapolis, MN (3/12/2018)
Prayers to all the family, Charlie will be missed by many. RIP
My condolences to the Buxcel family. I know at this difficult time no words can take away the pain of losing a love one to death, but I would like to share a comforting promise God has made for those who have fallen asleep in death at John 5:28,29 it says; "all those in the memorial tombs will hear his (Jesus) voice and come out." What joy that will be to welcome our love back in the future resurrection here on a paradise earth.
Midlothian Il (3/19/2018)
Deeply saddened at the loss of Charlie. He was generous, kind, fun. He taught us about chislets, cowboy stew, the youngest remembers Charlie making a cheeseburger for him. Be sorely missed here on earth. May Charlie be united with all his loved ones, Clayton, & Benji as well.
~ Brenda Frank
19591 Station St, Apt 108 Big Lake MN 55309 (3/6/2018)
Our deepest sympathies to the entire family at this time of great loss. May the loving memories of your brother remain with you forever. RIP Charles
~ Frank & Robbin Martinez
Colorado Springs, Colorado (3/5/2018)
So sorry to hear of cousin Charlie’s passing. Know that I will be thinking of you on this sad occasion, my deepest sympathy.
~ Lonna Balster Chilson
We’ve been hunting with Charlie in the Murdo area for 20+ years. He was a good guy, of good humor and we enjoyed his company a great deal! He gave us a hard time about missed shots...and rightly so. RIP Charlie! My condolences to the family.
~ Bob Schnell
Orono, MN (3/12/2018)
My deepest sympathy to all the family.
~ JoAnn (Buxcel) Saffert
New Ulm , MN (3/8/2018)
So sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. Hunting in South Dakota will never be the same. My condolences to the family.
~ Sean Conrad
I have enjoyed hunting with Charlie and will always remember the good time, will miss you Charlie
~ Scott Henry Northfield MN
Krysti, Dale and family... We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..
~ Rod & Darlene Cudmore
Ft Pierre SD (3/12/2018)
I had the pleasure of hunting with Charlie on many hunts and Murdo will not be the same without his generosity, wisdom and humor. My thoughts and prayers to all of the family. He was a good man.
~ Craig Allen
My thoughts and prayers to all of Charlie's family. I had the pleasure of meeting Charlie in the "pheasant fields" and really appreciated his helping to make our trips enjoyable. The will not be the same without Charlie.
~ Kolt Ringer
Minnetonka, MN (3/12/2018)
My sympathys to the family. Charlie will be missed.
~ Charles Clements
Wessington sd (3/5/2018)
My condolences to the Buxcels. Rest in peace Charlie.
~ Jojo Iversen Jungemann
Aberdeen, SD (3/9/2018)