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06/05/2017 - Ashton Cole Standing Bear

Funeral services for Ashton Cole Standing Bear, age 21, will be at 10:00 AM on Monday, June 5, 2017 at the Crazy Horse School in Wanblee, SD with Father Peter Klink, S.J., Sister Connie Schmidt, and Deacon Cal Clifford officiating.
Burial will be at the Martin Community Cemetery in Martin, SD.
A two-night wake service will begin at 2:00 PM on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at the Crazy Horse School in Wanblee, SD.
Ashton was born on July 19, 1995 in Rapid City, SD to Denice Standing Bear and Larry Red Cloud. He made his journey to the Spirit World on May 27, 2017 near Wanblee, SD.
Ashton loved being a firefighter, a mud racer, and getting involved in community events the Wanblee Volunteer Fire Department hosted. He was an active member of the Wanblee Volunteer Fire Department and a member of The BOMB Racing Crew. Anyone who knew Ashton knew what a comedian he could be; his humor will be greatly missed!
Ashton is survived by mother Denice Marie Standing Bear of Wanblee, SD; stepfather Jon Siedschlaw of Wanblee, SD; grandparents Theresa (Jerome) High Horse of Wanblee, SD; great-grandmother Eleanor Charging Crow of Wanblee, SD; nephew Jace Standing Bear of Martin, SD; sisters Talisa Wilcox of Allen, SD, and Tiaunna Wilcox of Wanblee, SD; brother Devon Red Cloud of MT; hunka family Jamie and Jenn Big Crow and Mack Big Crow; godson Braxton Big Crow; and numerous cousins, aunts, uncles, and extended relatives (too many to name) that he loved and adored. 
Ashton was preceded in death by father Larry Red Cloud; sister Tawni Wilcox; brother Matthew Standing Bear; nieces Jaceya Cummings and Micah Cummings, and one unborn niece; grandfather Stanley Standing Bear; and great-grandfather James Charging Crow Sr.
Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge, SD is in charge of arrangements for Ashton Cole Standing Bear.

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