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March 19, 1936 – Sunday, November 2, 2014

Service Information
American Indian Center, Minneapolis
Friday, November 7, 2014
Beginning at 8:30 AM

Visitation Information
American Indian Center, Minneapolis, MN
Thursday, November 6, 2014
Beginning at 5:00 PM

Arnold Robert Stand Sr. “GiiWedinash” (North Wind), 78, of South Minneapolis. He began his Spiritual journey Sunday, November 2, 2014. He was born and raised on The Red Lake Nation. He served 4 years in the United States Air Force, Airman Second Class Fireman and honorably discharged May 31, 1961. Survived by wife: Lillian Stand; children: Madge Spears, Joseph Spears, Roberta Elliott, Cheryl Seino, Eileen Stand, Arnold Stand Jr., Roxann Anoka, Diane Stand, Valerie LaFave, Michael Stand Sr. & Ivy Stand; a sister: Margaret Shodean; 33 grandchildren, 96 great grandchildren & 9 great, great grandchildren; many other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by a son: Duane Stand, his mother: Laura “Lizzie” Stand, a sister: Arlene Carlson and by a brother: George Stand. All night wake Thursday beginning at 5:00 P.M. at The American Indian Center, 1530 E. Franklin, in Minneapolis. Prayers 8:30 A.M. Friday morning at The American Indian Center in Minneapolis followed by Interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery Assembly #6 at 10:35 a.m.

4 Guestbook Entries

  1. Roxann Anoka

    Dad, missing you. My mind is having a hard time accepting you’re no longer here with us. I also know you missed grandma and the pain you suffered because you didn’t want to leave us. My heart hurts Dad. I didn’t want to see you in pain. My heart still hurts Dad. I’m happy for you and the celebration our beloved family had for you when you arrived home. . makes me smile. Love you Dad! Your daughter, Rox

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  2. Janine Johnson

    Val; My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time. Janine Johnson

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  3. Cassandra Stand

    Can not believe you are gone. You are pain free. I’m proud to be your granddaughter. R.I.P.

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  4. Debra Applebee

    To the family of Uncle Arnold ” Bommo” I will never forget all the happy times our family shared as we were growing up. I know uncle has prepared all of the ones who are left behind. Uncle was a good man, they don’t make men like him any more. I’m proud to have known him and especially to have had the pleasure of having him in my life. I know what it’s like to lose someone as special as him. My heart goes out to the family.

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