Everette Leonard Crowe Jr.
Everette Leonard Crowe Jr. was born on April 2, 1991 to mother Roberta Ann (Milk) Archambeau and Everette Crowe Sr. in Yankton, SD. He is a grandson of Chief Milk.
Everette grew up on the Ihanktonwan Reservation, Tama, IA and Tucson AZ were he met his companion, Daisha James and moved back home to the Ihanktonwan Reservation and they made five beautiful children, Everette Leonard Crowe III, Keanyn Ray Crowe, Ezekiel Crowe, Cyrus Crowe and Evayla Crowe.
He attended Marty Indian School, South Tama Community School District in Tama, Ia. and Tucson High School in Tucson, AZ.
Everette was known for his unique skill and style in beading. He was a sketch and graffiti artist and worked in construction. His most recent employment was being an active community member on the Yankton Sioux Tribe. But the most important thing in life for him was being a good dad. He loved his children and all nieces, nephews and grandchildren.
Everett is survived by mother Roberta Ann Milk Archambeau (Wendell), sisters Joy (Chris) Janis of Yankton, SD, Kathy (Charlie Shuckahosee of Toledo, IA, Christina (Mike) Blackcloud of Tama, IA, Lauren (Red Sky) Crowe Zephier of Lake Andes, SD, Ameiah Pretty Sounding Flute of Lake Andes, SD; brothers Arther “Sonny” Blackcloud of Toledo, IA, Stevie Blackcloud ot Tama, IA, Robert Crowe of Tama, IA; grandmother Phyllis Ramona Sully of Wagner, SD.
Everette was preceded in death by father Everette Crowe Sr., paternal grandparents Alberta and Louis Crowe Sr., paternal grandfather Gordon Emery Milk, Orville Milk, Larry Milk, Al Milk, Martha Milk Gray, Ada Milk, Maternal grandparents Albert and Elizabeth Milk, Rebecca Jones and Stanly Jones, Deksi Alan Crowe, Cousie Ira Crowe and Aunt Beck Crowe.
A GoFundMe has been established for funeral expenses: https://www.gofundme.com/f/funeral-expenses-for-everette-crowe-jr?utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer