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04/03/2012 - Gladys Two Bulls

Dateline: Pine Ridge, SD

Deceased Name:  Gladys Mary (Red Breath Bear) Two Bulls

Age: 74

Date of Death: March 27, 2012

Place of Death: Rapid City, SD

Survivors:

Daughters:  Susan R. Two Bulls Shockey (Donnie) of Red Shirt, SD; Pansy (Two Bulls) Weasel Bear (Connie) of #4 Community; and June C. Two Bulls (Frank) of #4 Community

Sons:  Kevin L. Two Bulls (Marjorie) and Orlando B. Two Bulls (Shanna) of #4 Community

Grandchildren:  20

Great Grandchildren:  26

Hunka Daughters:  Marilyn Bradley of Hot Springs, SD and Linda Two Bulls of #4 Community

Preceded in Death:

Husband:  LaVern Two Bulls

Daughter:  Faith L. Two Bulls

Grandchildren:  Victoria Kills Enemy, Lucille C. Chief Eagle, Joshua Kills Enemy, Tristan Poor Bear, and Baby Boy Curry

Parents:  Charles Red Breath Bear and Mary Face Darkling

Sisters:  Myrtle, Pearl, & Agnes Red Breath Bear

Pallbearers:  Myron Iron Hawk, Jake Yellow Horse, Victor Kills Enemy, Jr., Wayne Chief Eagle, Jr., Willis Lakota, Harley Cortier, Sr., A.J. Slow Bear, Orlando Two Bulls, Jake Two Bulls, and Lester Cortier

 

Wake Services:  Two night wake services starting at 4:00 PM, Sunday, April 1, 2012 at the Brother Rene Hall in Oglala, SD.

Funeral Services:  1:00 PM, Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at the Brother Rene Hall in Oglala, SD.

Officiating:  Pastor Hermus Poor Thunder

Traditional Lakota Services:  Mr. Ben Good Buffalo

Burial Services: Seventh Day Adventist Cemetery, Red Shirt, SD.

Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge is in charge of arrangements 

Gladys M. Two Bulls was born to Charles Red Breath Bear & Mary Face Darkling on April 20, 1937 at home in Denby, SD.  She met her husband LaVern C. Two Bulls and they were married on January 27, 1956.  Together they shared 24 years together until his passing on May 4, 1980.  To this union six children were born; Susan, Faith, Pansy, June, Kevin & Orlando Two Bulls.   

Gladys attended #4 Day School and OCS.  Gladys worked in various places, she worked as a bus driver, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Cook at Red Cloud School, Three Moccasin Factory, IHS, and CHR OST.

Gladys lived our traditional way of life, enjoying drying her meat, wild fruit, timpsila, tea, sewing, beading, & enjoying life to the fullest.  She was a very humble, respectful, fun mother.  She lived a full life and will be greatly missed by all.

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