Wayne Little Crow
Wayne Delvin Little Crow, 55, formerly of Brockton died Saturday, June 20, 2020.
He was born in Poplar Aug. 31, 1964, to Marietta (Babe) Blount-Four Bear and Rudolph (Wixie) Young.
He lived his life in Brockton where he was raised by his mother and grandmother, Kathleen Red Eagle-Blount. He attended Brockton Public Schools, finished with a GED and graduated from the Fort Peck Community College with an associate of science degree in hazardous materials/ waste technology on May 9, 2009.
He was elected to the Brockton School board in May 2013 and served until October 2014. He realized the importance of an education, but also knew he had to set an example for his community, which he did.
He loved to read. He read books and magazines about science and Native American history in his spare time. He also liked to watch a good movie. He enjoyed participating in and watching sports, starting with elementary through professional level.
It was common for him to turnover a box, tin tub or plastic basin to use as a drum to practice songs when he was growing up. He always caught the ear of the neighbors. He succeeded in becoming a member of the Fort Kipp Juniors drum group. He leaves a collection of tapes and 78s of the Fort Kipp, Badland and other singers. He was honored to be a member of the Fort Kipp Pow Wow Committee for many years.
He spent the later part of his life living with his mother. He worked various jobs to support himself and help her with her needs as he would say. He enjoyed visiting relatives in his free time to learn family history and traditional ways which included helping family. He spent many hours helping take care of a niece and nephew, William and Ronnie Prichard, who lived with their Grandma and Grandpa Fourbear.
He was preceded in death by three brothers, Darrell Todd Sr., Al Rodney Todd and Dennis Todd; sister, Iva Todd and grandchild, Daylin Eder.
He is survived by his daughter, Trudy Bird; five grandchildren; mother, Marietta (Babe) Four Bear; sisters, Kayleen Headdress, Luane Pearl Four Bear Brown; and brother, Richard Dubois.
A graveside service was held Friday, July 3, at Riverview Cemetery in Brockton. Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel was entrusted with the arrangements.