Posted: May 2nd, 2014

JEROME SHOUTING – Apssipisptto (White Owl), of the Blood Reserve, AB, passed away on April 16, 2014 surrounded by his family at the St. Michael’s Health Centre in Lethbridge at the age of 76 years. Born March 26, 1938 to Ambrose and Maggie (Crazy Crow) Shouting. Jerome is survived by his son Craig First Charger and daughter Charlene First Charger; grandchildren Troy, Star and Dylan Black Plume, Timothy Scout, Shane and Shayla First Charger; great grandchildren Treysen Iron Shirt, Trayton, Taige, Tace, and Ta-char Russell, Shaniell Wells, Logan Heavy Head, Justice Scout, Leah Prairie Chicken, Mackenzee , Accayla , Kenlee and Kendra First Charger; three brothers – Ambrose, Bernard (Agnes), and Marcelle Shouting; sisters Christine (Pat) Little Bear and Brenda (Tallow) Chief Moon; special neighbor Clothilda First Charger; dear and special brother Chris (Sandra) Shade; sisters-in-law Stella, Veronica, Roberta, ; brothers-in-law Jerry, Francis (Judy), Robert, Gary (Joanne) and Brian (Michelle) First Charger; numerous nephews and nieces whom he all loved. He was predeceased by his wife Genevieve (First Charger) Shouting; daughters Annette Marie Shouting and Nadine First Charger; daughter as a child Donna Gene; son Mike Shouting; grandson Ian Shouting; parents Ambrose and Maggie Shouting; brothers Oliver and Morris Shouting; sisters Bertha Holy Singer and Louise Shade. Jerome met his wife Genevieve First Charger in the 1960’s and they raised and accepted many children and friends into their home. They travelled with their children to many places in the USA and Canada. He had his own sense of humor. He worked at various jobs but was better known for many years with Leo McHugh and Joe Shouting Jr. Contractor building and renovating homes. He worked with his father-in-law, the late Bob First Charger and his brother-in-law Joe Crow for many summers with Prairie Wool Haying. He also spent many years at the Old York Farmers, Wicks Canada Ltd, and the Blood Tribe Agricultural Project as a Security Guard where he retired. At a young age, he coached boxing for many youth and he even boxed himself. He especially enjoyed driving and giving rides to family and friends. Jerome was a quiet, hard working, kind and loving man who will be sadly missed by family and friends. The family would like to thank the nurses and doctors at St. Michael’s Health Centre for their excellent care. A Wake Service will be held at the Senator Gladstone Hall, Blood Reserve on Friday, May 2nd from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. The Funeral Service will be held at the Senator Gladstone Hall, Blood Reserve on Saturday, May 3rd at 11:00 a.m. Interment in the Pioneer Cemetery, Blood Reserve. Email condolences to:

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