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  • #31
    In Loving Memory of my aunt:

    Mary Angeline Dunn Alberts

    who journeyed to the Spirit World on Dec. 14, 2002.

    Angeline was born on Jan. 18, 1939 in Fort Totten, ND She enjoyed being around her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She enjoyed sewing, beadwork, canning, tanning hides, drying corn, making star quilts.

    Miss you and you are not forgotten! RIP
    In Loving Memory of Allen Alberts Sr.
    March 1, 1945 to February 16, 2005
    R.I.P Daddy
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    As long as you keep a person down, some part of you is down there to hold that person down. So you don't soar higher than you want.



    ~~~CutHead Band of Sioux~~~


    ~~Native Pride~~


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    • #32
      Special Friend and Brother

      In Loving Memory of Friend/Cousin/Brother

      Tobias "Bio" Shaw

      Journeyed to the Spirit World on March 8, 2003 at the age of 24. He was born on Oct. 4, 1978 in Devils Lake, ND. He was a member of the Spirit Lake Nation.

      Tobias appreciated life, even at the time of his untimely passing he fought to extinguish flames saving other live in the process of losing his own. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

      Rest Up Bro! :Angel2
      In Loving Memory of Allen Alberts Sr.
      March 1, 1945 to February 16, 2005
      R.I.P Daddy
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~
      As long as you keep a person down, some part of you is down there to hold that person down. So you don't soar higher than you want.



      ~~~CutHead Band of Sioux~~~


      ~~Native Pride~~


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      • #33
        In Loving Memory of My Home-Gyrl/Friend
        Tracy Dawn MakesGood
        July/82-Febuary/99

        Trace its been 4 years now, i still think about that day you left, it was a sad day for all who knew you. Remember your adopted dad was going to take us to the movies? Well I still went with the girls. I hope you doing fine and take care of my baby boy, he's up there, somewhere!! Well Gyrl!! I LOVE and MISS U!!!

        In Loving Memory of my Uncle Alex Graywater Sr
        Passed on July12th 2002 at 11:47pm with all of his family by his side!! Which was hard to witness!! my Poor Uncle If I could I woulda tryied to bring you back but that was your plan to pass on with everyone by your side!!!!
        Everyone Loves and Misses you like crazy, but there will be that day we are going to have to let you go so you can rest!! Grandma, she misses you the most. Theres not a day that goes by that she mentions your name. She's getting to that point were she see's you everyday and she thinks your in the kitchen but your really not. Well I LOVE YOU!!!!!
        :Angel2
        ~*~UR ONE AND ONLY TRICKY~*~ ARE YOU STILL HATIN ON MY GAME~*~

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        • #34
          In Loving Memory of my Kunshi's (Grandma's)
          Alvina Alberts

          Adeline Trottier

          Gladys Peltier

          Florence Seaboy

          In Loving Memory of my Unkana's (Grandpa's)

          George Alberts

          Peter Belgarde Sr.

          Laidman Fox Sr.

          Elmer White Sr. May 31, 1936 to Feb. 20, 1999

          IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY BID SISTER

          Marie Hetty Belgarde

          IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY FRIEND/ADOPTED BRO

          Tobias Whalen Shaw

          IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY MANY FRIENDS

          Klo Red Fox - SLT

          Tracy Makesgood - July 8, 1982 to Feb. 27, 1999

          Kenny Barker - Minot, ND

          Darrick John Red Tomahawk - Lived on SLnation

          Dion Horse - a pow-wow friend

          IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY AUNTS

          Theresa Belgarde - Spirit Lake Nation

          Ann Mae Belgarde-Longie - Spirit Lake Nation

          Shirley Belgarde - July 16, 1938 to April 11, 1999

          IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY COUSINS

          Joel Longie - Rest Up Cuz!:Angel2 - Spirit Lake Nation

          William "Boy" Longie - Spirit Lake Nation

          David Smith Jr. - Bismarck, ND March 10, 1979 to Dec. 22, 2000

          Todd Belgarde Jr.

          IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY BRO-IN-LAW

          Brad Twobears - Cannonball, ND
          Last edited by HolyElk; 08-27-2003, 03:55 PM.
          In Loving Memory of Allen Alberts Sr.
          March 1, 1945 to February 16, 2005
          R.I.P Daddy
          ~~~~~~~~~~~~
          As long as you keep a person down, some part of you is down there to hold that person down. So you don't soar higher than you want.



          ~~~CutHead Band of Sioux~~~


          ~~Native Pride~~


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          • #35
            OKAY SOME MO TO ADD TO MY LIST...... REST IN PEACE.....:Angel2

            CECILIA "GRANDMA" RAINBOW PASSED ON 12/1993

            CURTIS "SQUEEZE" ABRAHAM PASSED ON 2/11/1998

            MY CLASSMATES:

            TRACY MAKESGOOD- FEBUARY 1999 SPIRIT LAKE

            SAMPSON THOMPSON- FEBUARY 1999 SPIRIT LAKE

            TOBIAS SHAW- MARCH 2003 SPIRT LAKE

            KLO GOURD- NOVEMBER 2002 SPIRIT LAKE

            CANDICE HARRISON SHE MADE IT TO 1ST GRADE SPIRIT LAKE

            MATTHEW LAFFERTY MAY 2000 BELCOURT

            JUSTIN STRAIGHT:Angel2 ---MARCH 2003 SPIRIT LAKE


            :Angel2 TO MY BABY :Angel2 JUNE 6TH 2001- WISH YOU WAS HERE WITH ME! XOXOXOXOXOX:Angel2

            AUNT MARIE LENOIR 6/27/94

            JOHN RAYMOND GOODSOLDIER- 3/93 TO 7-3-02 XOXO:Angel2

            ROBERT REDROAD SR - NOVEMBER/2002

            YANA RUNNINGBEAR :Angel2 1995
            ~*~UR ONE AND ONLY TRICKY~*~ ARE YOU STILL HATIN ON MY GAME~*~

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            • #36
              My dad, Ronnie Harris

              Just a few lines to acknowledge my dad, Ronnie Harris, Sr.
              When he passed away last year, I was too hurt to even see his name, much less mention him on the internet.
              But now I see how others are just like me, still missing that special someone in their lives that made them stronger, wiser and probably better than they ever would have been without that person setting the example.
              My dad was someone who totally and completely believed in his children, and gave support in all that we did. He introduced us into the arena, and paved a way for us to follow. He was an excellent straight dancer, classic is the word I think of.
              I never appreciated his talent for dancing until he could no longer dance, or even walk.
              He taught us how to pray, and we were raised in the Native American church. To this day, I still feel his spirit when we take part in a meeting.
              To my dad, there is a song called "I believe" by Diamond Rio that will make me cry everytime I hear it. Also, "The wind beneath my wings', was sung at his wake.
              On the pow wow side, he has a song and he had given it to the drum years ago. Southern boys have that song down pat. And they sing it,as does Scissortail. Scissortail sang his song at St. Croix this year and made it sound awesome.
              So, when you pray for those who still miss thier loved one, think of us. We are moving on, but still looking over our shoulder for that special person that always stood behind us.
              Sandy

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              • #37
                Mouse Corral ( you are truley missed)
                Better known an loved as Men~Nie Turtles !
                Life is what you make it. Becareful what you give . You just might get it back!

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                • #38
                  In memory of my Brother---whom I lost 06 Jan 88....even after all these years, I still miss him.....and I still dream about him....in my dreams, I'm always so happy to see him and I ALWAYS ask him the same question....'Where have you been? Everyone has been looking for you!' Only he never says anything to me.....only smiles.

                  Something I wrote 10 years ago to him, because I still felt the pain......and I still do.......


                  5 Long Years---A Letter


                  Bro,

                  It's been 5 long years now, since you left,
                  and I still haven't accepted your Death.
                  Talking about you is so hard to do,
                  without crying tears of loneliness for you.
                  A pain arises in my soul so great,
                  and it takes awhile for the pain to abate.
                  It's really hard to say your name without being hurt,
                  but damn it!! Why'd you have to leave me Curt?
                  The tears that I cry are tears of pain,
                  cause I know that I'll never see you again,
                  except in my dreams where it's easy to deal
                  with the pain that I have 'cause you seem so real.
                  5 long years and I've finally realized,
                  the denial that I've kept since the day you died.
                  Many, many times I've asked myself 'Why?,
                  why'd it have to be you who had to die?'
                  As I write this I'm holding back my tears
                  of pain, denial and frustrations of 5 long years.
                  I remember the times, of the fun we had,
                  You and I together, through good times and bad.
                  We were there together looking out for one another,
                  Then---in just an instant---I'm without a Brother.
                  I feel the loss of you 'cause now I'm the only Son,
                  I'm denied the joy of having a Brother, and envy those who have one.
                  As my tears fill my eyes, I finally allow myself to cry,
                  but after 5 long years, it's still hard to say goodbye...
                  BlueWolf
                  Life is short, so Powwow Hard!

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                  • #39
                    I hear ya BlueWolf , that was beautiful .
                    I miss my sister so much I cant even talk about it .
                    I fill my days with beading ...pattern hunting an more beading . She was my best friend . True friend . But I still talk to her everyday she hears me I am sure.
                    Better known an loved as Men~Nie Turtles !
                    Life is what you make it. Becareful what you give . You just might get it back!

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                    • #40
                      memorials

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                      Last edited by kiowawarrior31; 04-16-2008, 01:33 AM.

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                      • #41
                        In Loving Memory

                        My dear cousin Lance Lafond passed away at the age of 2 months in 1990, His father (my uncle) Vern Lafond in 1991.
                        My Dear grandparents Isadore Lafond-2 year battle with cancer November 1997 & Jospehine Lafond-life time of diabetes October 27, 2001 exactly 1 month after my wedding. Last but not least my cousin Karen Lafond-murdered 2 days after her 21st birthday on May 23, 2003. Rest in peace and miss you all dearly.
                        We love you.

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                        • #42
                          The hardest thing I have ever had to do was tell our girls that you were gone. I dont understand why this had to happen. I take comfort in the fact that you will always be watching over our daughters and you will live on through them. Everyone misses you so much!!!! You will never be forgotten!

                          In loving memory

                          Jarvis Joseph Wabasha
                          June 17 1976 ~ July 12 2003

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                          • #43
                            In memory of Mouse... We miss you auntie......
                            I'll bet you're up there taking care of all the birds now.

                            In Memory of my uncle Max Bear. It's been almost twelve years I think, but I can still feel you looking over my shoulder, and hear you hollerin at me when I ain't actin right. I miss you real bad , Uncle. But I know You'll be waiting for me when I get there.

                            In Memory of my Father, Carl Noon. Dad, I wish I'd had more time to get to know you. I hope you are watching over me, and are seeing what I"m doing with my life. I hope you are proud.

                            In Memory of my adopted Grand Parents, Sophie and Elwood. Mom says Hi, and she loves U.

                            In Memory of Gramma Emily Lundy. Thank you for trying to teach me how to make frybread all those times, for teaching me what's right and wrong and the good way to live, and for teaching me the family traditions even though I wasn't your blood.

                            And In loving memory of ALL my N8ive cousins out there who left too early, and especially the ones who dies as warriors, protecting your people and your land. Meddo

                            And last but not least, In Loving Memory to my little ones, my furry four-legged children Ruff, Roneann, Moses, and George, Bob and Miriam. Your Papa Bear and I miss you all terribly. I know you'll all come runnin when we get there. I love you guys.
                            Last edited by DeusExMachina; 09-02-2003, 03:24 AM.
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                            • #44
                              In Loving Memory..............


                              In Loving Memory of a friend

                              Mark Larson, Spirit Lake Nation, who passed away Saturday, September 13, 2003 at his home.


                              Also, In Loving Memory

                              Abe Red Road, Spirit Lake Nation journeyed to the Spirit World on Saturday, September 13, 2003
                              Last edited by HolyElk; 09-15-2003, 11:47 AM.
                              In Loving Memory of Allen Alberts Sr.
                              March 1, 1945 to February 16, 2005
                              R.I.P Daddy
                              ~~~~~~~~~~~~
                              As long as you keep a person down, some part of you is down there to hold that person down. So you don't soar higher than you want.



                              ~~~CutHead Band of Sioux~~~


                              ~~Native Pride~~


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                              • #45
                                In loving memory of Johnny Cash.

                                as a little girl I was completly in love with this man and his offbeat lyrics. A real entertainer, a great personality and a wonderful voice. Johnny Cash was also part native however I forget which nation. He took some wild risks in the 90's that were uncommon of men his age and of country musicians. I'm really gonna miss having him in this world.

                                goodnight Johnny.
                                Don't worry that it's not good enough for anyone else to hear... just sing, sing a song.sigpic

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