|Introduced by: Representatives Koehn, Apa, Broderick, Brooks, Brown (Jarvis), Brown (Richard), Burg, Cerny, Chicoine, Clark, Crisp, Cutler, Davis, Derby, Diedrich (Larry), Diedtrich (Elmer), Duenwald, Duniphan, Earley, Eccarius, Engbrecht, Fiegen, Fischer-Clemens, Fitzgerald, Fryslie, Garnos, Hagen, Haley, Hanson, Hennies, Hunt, Jaspers, Juhnke, Kazmerzak, Klaudt, Koetzle, Konold, Kooistra, Koskan, Lintz, Lockner, Lucas, McCoy, McIntyre, McNenny, Michels, Monroe, Munson (Donald), Nachtigal, Napoli, Patterson, Peterson, Pummel, Putnam, Richter, Roe, Sebert, Slaughter, Smidt, Solum, Sutton (Daniel), Sutton (Duane), Volesky, Waltman, Weber, Wetz, Wilson, Windhorst, Wudel, and Young and Senators Vitter, Albers, Bogue, Daugaard, Dennert, Drake, Dunn (Rebecca), Ham, Hutmacher, Kleven, Kloucek, Lange, Madden, Moore, Rounds, and Symens|
Ted Hustead, who originated Wall Drug's unprecedented sign campaign, was unable
to convince NASA to assist him on placing a Wall Drug sign on the moon--a dream that may
someday arise; and
Ted Hustead was first and foremost a loving father, a caring husband, and a
committed community member:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT COMMEMORATED, by the Seventy-fourth Legislature of the State of South Dakota, that Ted Hustead be remembered for his unmatched contributions to not only South Dakota, but to visitors from around the world and that the memory of Ted Hustead live on for generations to come at Wall Drug.