Developer of Sioux City building dies unexpectedly
By Kristen Johnson, Multimedia Journalist/ Weekend Anchor - bio | email
SIOUX FALLS, SD (KTIV) -
The Sioux Falls, South Dakota developer who purchased the former Terra Centre last year has died.
Donald Dunham Junior died unexpectedly from complications during surgery. He was 70-years old and formerly of Elk Point.
Besides the Terra, now Ho-Chunk Centre, the Dunham Company broke ground on a new apartment complex in North Sioux City last year.
In partnering on the Ho-Chunk Center, Dunham said he wanted to return it to its former glory.
Ho-Chunk CEO Lance Morgan said," Don was a true entrepreneur and those types of people are rare. He's somebody that we enjoyed partnering with. He was somebody that made a mark on this world and he will be missed."
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