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  • windanncer
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    Rest in Peace Uncle Frisky. You are already missed.

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  • Ndnsoldierboy
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    My ancestors who fought in the Indian Wars. This is one of them.

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  • Ndnsoldierboy
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    My Mom. It has been 21 years now since you passed. It still seems like yesterday. We miss you and love you very much.

    November 1941 - April 1995
    Gone but not forgotten.

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    Much respect...

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  • Ndnsoldierboy
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    Was at the NDN stickgame but left and went to visit my youngest Brother. In fact, my Brothers when they passed on we're 19, 21, and 28. Miss them all very much.

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  • C&HBrownsugar
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    Rest in Paradise, Lio, my nephew, Army Ranger, father of 5, we will miss you on the red road. Taken too soon from us. May you leave us knowing that you were loved by many and hated by few.

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  • 2lineCarrandMorgan
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    John Trudell

    His ride showed up
    I felt he is family, my sorrow for his passing was heavy last night ... I struggle with the understanding of his passing .now his free I pray his way is clear and hope for him to find rest
    love him

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  • renia58
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    “Let us hurry to love people they depart so quickly”

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  • windanncer
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    Too young and too soon.

    I will miss you Elizabeth.

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  • windanncer
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    RIP Uncle Duge.

    You were loved and will be missed.

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  • windanncer
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    I am so sorry for your loss.

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  • Ndnsoldierboy
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    Attended two funerals this past week. A cousin who was 43, and my great uncle who was 91.

    My cousin was caught up in drugs and alcohol...not much to say about him.

    My great uncle was a WW II vet, had a PHD, a college instructor, a traditional wardancer, a warbonnet carrier, an eaglebone whistle carrier, spoke the Nez Perce Language fluently, was the Leader of the Nez Perce Long House, etc., etc.

    My great uncle gave me an eaglebone whistle for my wartime service in the Marines.

    Though both will be missed, life goes on.

    See you on the other side Alex and Horace.

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    Last edited by Ndnsoldierboy; 09-13-2015, 07:03 PM. Reason: Double post

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  • Spiritflight
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    In time over the years family members and friends of the family and me, too many past away, I can't count them all up.

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