Casey Tibbs South Dakota Rodeo Center

Leave a Lasting Legacy

Memory Wall

The Center's Memory Wall was built  to honor those that have passed.

You can also honor your loved one by displaying their name on an engraved silver nameplate on our permanent Memory Wall. This is displayed just inside the main entrance of the Center, open to the lobby. Sponsorship: $500 (tax deductible). Other denominations at higher levels are available.

Our current memory wall display honors:

  • Jack Buschbom 

  • George & Larry Fluharty 

  • Johnny Smith

  • Clint & Jeannette Parker 

  • Lorene (Fackelman) Loth

  • Jessie Tibbs Keckler

  • Karen Delbridge

  • Tobias & Agnes Nelson

  • Carl & Badland Joe Waln

  • Dakota Supply Group

  • Pete Lein & Sons, Inc.
  • Don Garrity


Make a Donation:

When a loved one dies, keeping their memory alive is a way of honoring their life and finding comfort in your own life as a survivor. Many give request this in lieu of flowers at the ceremony. Or a percentage of the estate can be donated. A gift in their name is a distinctive way to ensure the Casey Tibbs South Dakota Rodeo Center continues to honor and preserve the lasting legacy of South Dakota rodeo and our western heritage. Funds generated offset general operating costs of the Rodeo Center, or you can designate that the funds be utilized for a special project. You can Call 605-494-1094 for more information.

Become a Member

As you know the Casey Tibbs SD Rodeo Center operates without State or Federal Funding and relies on overhead costs and improvements to be funded by memberships, bequests and donations. 

Your contribution will help ensure the stories of South Dakota rodeo and the western way of life are kept alive for generations to come!

With your $50 membership, you will receive two passes to the museum, our bi-annual newsletter and upcoming year calendar. You can also specify if you want your donation to be used for Capital Improvements or for anything else specific.