CALF ROBE MarvinPosted: May 5th, 2015
It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of MARVIN CALF ROBE Sr., Onistaahsiinaam (Calf Robe) in Calgary, Alberta on April 21, 2015 at the age of 44 years. Marvin is survived by his mother Carolla Calf Robe, and father Stephan Calf Robe (Grace); wife Teena Calf Robe; children Tashina (Justin), Latasha (Brian), Marvin Jr., and Agustus Calf Robe; grandchildren Johnathan, Jovie, and Nash Potts and Taylee Snow; siblings Lester (Sherri) Crow, Roberta (Dickie) Calf Robe, Bonnie (Harlan) Calf Robe, Kyla (Ray) Crow, Stephanie (Faron) Calf Robe, Sunshine (Garrett) Weasel Moccasin, Lynnie Calf Robe, Robert (Rhonda) Crow, Shane (Neisha) Crow, Morris Crow, William Calf Robe; uncles Raymond Calf Robe, Dayle (Sylvia) Low Horn, and Calvin (Yvonne) Crow; aunties Theresa Many Grey Horses, Rosie (Marty) Reyers, Elizabeth Calf Robe, Pauline Calf Robe, Irene Onepennee and Theresa (William) Messenger; adopted brother George Kerr; and numerous aunties, uncles, nieces, nephews, and adopted siblings. Marvin was predeceased by his grandparents Ed and Rita Calf Robe, and Joseph and Florence Crow Spreading Wings; uncles Edwin Calf Robe, Morris Crow Sr., Joseph Prairie Hen, and Michael Crow; aunties Theresa Calf Robe, Molly Calf Robe, Harriet Crow, and Margret Crow; siblings Faye Calf Robe and Darrell Calf Robe. Marvin has a very large extended family who will be mentioned in the program. The Wake Service will be held at the Moses Lake Gymnasium, Blood Reserve on April 26, 2015 from 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. After the Wake session, any friends and family that wish to keep Marvin company through the night are welcome to stay. The Funeral Service will be held on April 27, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in the Moses Lake Gymnasium, with a feast to follow. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Marvin¹s life.
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Marvin, you’ve always had that special humor and wisdom that we all love.
You will always be missed by your auntie, Liz. (Remember I would always call you Muffin). Peace be with you my beloved nephew.
Love forever, Auntie Liz.
Oh no! I was just watching this man tell stories about the sacred places within the Blackfoot lands. I’m reporting on the Kainai Nation. On the blackfoot Digital Library.