Obituaries

Walking On – Deidra Jackson

Deidra Jackson (Aru cá awi awicagi) February 18, 1986 – November 10, 2021Deidra Jackson, 35, New Town, died Wednesday, November 10, 2021, near Mandaree. Deidra Ashley Jackson was born February 18, 1986, in Minot, to Kathleen Hall and Darrell Jackson, Sr. She was a child of the Prairie Chicken Clans and a member of the Water Buster Clan. She was given the name Aru cá awi awicagi which means “To Be Friendly”.  Deidra was raised in New Town where she attended Edwin Loe Elementary and New Town High School. She received her GED at Burdick Job Corps in Minot and obtained her CNA (certified nursing...

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Walking On – Helen Baker

Helen Baker November 2, 1937 - November 4, 2021Helen Baker was born in Independence, North Dakota on November 2nd, 1937 delivered by a midwife at her family home. She was a Waterbuster Clan member and a Child of the Knife Clan. Her parents were Philip and Delia (Montclair) Baker of rural Independence, North Dakota. Helen was raised in the traditional manner of the time alongside her beloved siblings, Milton, Ethel, Lyle and Linda. In her younger years, she went away for schooling like most kids from Fort Berthold to attend Pierre Indian School and Flandreau Indian School. She graduated from...

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Walking On – Jason Two Crow

Jason Two Crow  “Pehriska-ruhpa” (Two Ravens) March 12, 1970 – November 5, 2021Jason Two Crow, “Pehriska-ruhpa” (Two Ravens), 51, Parshall, passed to the spirit world, Friday, November 5, 2021, at his home.   Jason Shane Two Crow was born on March 12, 1970, in Dallas, Texas. He was raised in Parshall, ND by his mother, Noreen Two Crow, and his stepfather, Ronald Foote. He was a member of the Prairie Chicken Clan and was given the name “Pehriska-ruhpa” (Two Ravens). Jason attended Parshall Elementary and graduated from Parshall High School in 1988. He was on the National Honor Society and...

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Walking On – Mary Belle Landeis

Mary Belle Landeis  February 23, 1936 - November 3, 2021Mary Belle Landeis passed away peacefully on November 3, 2021 at Spirit Mountain Hospice in Cody, WY after a difficult battle with cancer. Mary was born on February 23rd, 1936 In Elbowoods North Dakota. Mary attended High School in Dickinson, North Dakota and attended Capitol Business College in Bismarck, North Dakota where she met her husband, Herman Landeis. Mary and Herman married on June 30, 1958 and moved to Casper, Wyoming where their two sons Rick and Joseph were born and raised. Mary utilized her business skills while employed...

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Walking On – Lance Medicine Crow

Lance Medicine Crow "iicihka ma'giiash"  (First One to Charge) January 22nd, 1972 – October 9, 2021Lance Medicine Crow, "iicihka ma'giiash" (First One to Charge), 49, of Gardnerville, Nevada, died Saturday, October 9, 2021, at a Carson City, NV hospital. His wake was Friday, October 22, 2021, at Northern Lights Community Center, New Town with his funeral held on Saturday, October 23, 2021, at 10 a.m. Burial was at Holy Family US Scout Catholic Cemetery, Shell Creek/New Town Enos Baker is serving as the Senior Pallbearer In the early winter morning on January 22nd, 1972, Lance Medicine Crow...

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Walking On – Joey Fox

Joey Fox December 3, 1985 – October 19, 2021Joey Fox, 35, Minneapolis, formerly of New Town and Mandaree, ND, passed away peacefully Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at his home. He was born December 3, 1985, in Minot, ND to Sharyl and Peter Don Fox. He is a genuine Prairie Chicken Clan Member. He was the third born with three brothers and one sister. Joey attended elementary schools at New Town, Todd County, and Killdeer; most of his education in Mandaree for elementary through high school. Joey enjoyed working fast-paced jobs. He worked as a bartender in New Town the Players Pub and Sportsman's...

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