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Funeral Service for Doris Mae Guy, 91, of Sisseton, SD, was held on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, Sisseton, SD, with Rev. John Barkett officiating. Organist was Vivian Monson and soloist was Pat Schubert. Pallbearers were Lee Guy, Scott Guy, Kenny Guy, Keith Guy, Kevin Guy, and Jasper Guy. Honorary Pallbearers were All of Doris’ Co-workers and Friends. Interment was in the Veblen Cemetery, Veblen, SD. Visitation was Friday, March 17, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Cahill Funeral Chapel and one hour prior to services at the church on Saturday. The Cahill Funeral Chapel, Sisseton, SD, was in charge of funeral arrangements.
Doris Mae Schrader was born on January 8, 1926 at Graceville, MN, to Fred Henry and Bessie (Burch) Schrader. She attended school through her Junior year. Doris had good memories of growing up on her mother’s homestead four and a half miles from Claire City. She helped plant the garden and milk cows, and one of her other chores was to slop the pigs. She walked to school every day in the extreme blowing wind and dirt storms during the Dirty 30s. The family attended church on a regular basis. Doris was united in marriage to Clair Victor Guy on October 23, 1944 at Webster, SD. Doris worked as a cook at the Coteau des Prairies Hospital for ten and a half years, the A&W for ten years, Tekakwitha Nursing Center for three and a half years, and the Sisseton Public School for 43 years. She retired at the age of 85. Clair passed away on November 25, 1998. Doris was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Sisseton, SD. Doris passed away at her home on March 8, 2017.
She is survived by three sons, David Guy and wife Sandra of Rapid City, SD, Dennis Guy and wife Sarah of Iowa, and Blair and wife Linda Guy of Jacksonville, FL; fourteen grandchildren, thirty great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Clair, sister Ardell and brothers Alonzo Schrader and Herbert Schrader.
For Doris obituary and on-line registry, please visit www.cahillfuneralchapel.com.
Funeral service for Rosebud LuVerne Jones Marshall, 84, of Peever, SD, was held on Monday, March 13, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Community Center, Agency Village, SD, with the Rev. Fr. Charles Chan and St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Lay Readers officiating. Pianist was Billy Kohl. Music by Butch Felix. Drum Group was Big Stone. Pallbearers were Eric Marshall, Eddie Johnson Jr., Ed Johnson Sr., Okokipe Jones, Donnie Eastman, Clint Paul, John Two Stars Jr., and Ephriam Redearth. Honorary Pallbearers Naomi Parker, Elwood Greybuffalo, Florestine German, Yvonne Wynde, Roberta Trevino, Yvonne Redearth, Vine Marks Sr., Crystal Venegas, Edmond Two Stars, Beverly Wakeman, Alma Redearth, Arlene Miller, Carol Adams, Lorraine Rousseau, Chris “Mato Numpa” Cavender, Iver Cloud, Myrna Weston-Louis, Tekakwitha Living Center Staff and Prairie Lakes Dialysis staff. Interment was in St. Mary’s Episcopal Cemetery, Agency Village, SD. The Cahill Funeral Chapel, Sisseton, SD, was in charge of funeral arrangements.
Rosebud LuVerne Jones Marshall “Ihdakesawin” was born to Sam Jones Jr. and Nancy Two Stars Kitto on April 22, 1932 in rural Peever, SD. Rosebud attended school in Old Agency, SD, Pipestone MN, and Flandreau, SD. She graduated in 1950 from Flandreau Public School. She furthered her education at Haskell Indian University in Lawrence, KS. She graduated in 1952 with a “commercial” (business) degree. After graduating from Haskell, Rosebud relocated to Hoopa Valley Reservation in California where she met and married Larry Carlson Marshall in July 1953. They had four children, Larry, Angie, Blair and Shelli. While in California, Rosebud was employed at Aero Jet, Sacramento Crime Lab, BIA Area Office in Sacramento as a probate clerk along with other various other jobs. She spent over twenty years in California and then returned home to South Dakota in the early 70s. She returned to Sisseton where she worked with the SWO for a period of time and then moved to Pierre, SD, where she worked for the United Sioux Tribes and the Lakota Women’s Organization. From there she went to Flandreau and served on the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribal Council as the Secretary/Treasurer from 1983-1984. Rosebud relocated back to Sisseton and became the recording secretary for the SWO and remained there until her retirement. Rosebud served many years on the judicial committee which was her passion. The design of the current logo of the SWO of the Lake Traverse Reservation boundaries and the seven districts is also attributed to her. In March 2015, due to health reasons, Rosebud became a resident of the Tekakwitha Living Center and remained there until her passing. She passed away on March 7, 2017 at Sanford Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD. Rosebud enjoyed visiting and telling stories reminiscing of her childhood days and when she worked for the tribe. Her favorite food was personal pan pizza from Pizza Hut and crème filled donuts from Rosalie’s. Her favorite songs were “How Great thou Art” and “Amazing Grace.”
She is survived by her daughters, Angie Johnson (Pat Deutsch Sr.) of Sisseton and Shelli Marshall Cabrera (Carlos Cabrera) of Flandreau; seven grandchildren, Angie, Eddie (Devon), Michelle, Ericca (Clint), Eric, Elise and Brittany; twelve great grandchildren, Sierra, Antonio, Yamni, AJ, Corrine, Angelo, Avaya, Sebastian, Nicholas, Christian, Cailyn, and Connor; one sister, Joyce Kiana of Alaska; and one aunt, Naomi Jones of Aberdeen, SD.
Rosebud is preceded in death by her parents, Sam Jones Jr. and Nancy Two Stars Kitto; sons, Larry and Blair; brothers and sisters, Norbert Jones, Dwayne “Big Boy” Eastman, Wayne “PeeWee” Eastman, Clayton “Cooten Jack” Eastman, Donnie Eastman, John “Skippy” Wilson, Sharon Darnelle Rice, Twila Cloud, Floy Venegas, Ron Jones, John Jones, Y. Nancy Two Stars, Kenneth Blue, Ronald “PeeWee” Blue, Michael Blue, Margie Crooks, Roy “Bud” Blue, Bud Blue and Violet Blue Welch.
For Rosebud’s obituary and on-line registry, please visit www.cahillfuneralchapel.com.
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