October 5, 2013 – Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Red Lake Community Center in Red Lake, MN
Thursday, January 2, 2014
Red Lake Community Center in Red Lake, MN
Tues., Dec 31 & Weds Jan 1st
Romeo Armani Cloud, whose Indian name is “Makoonz” which means “little Bear/Bear Cub”, two months old of Red Lake Journeyed to the Spirit World on Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at The Sanford Children’s Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota.
Traditional services will begin Tuesday, December 31, 2013. A wake will begin at 4:00 P.M. at The Red Lake Community Center. Burial will be at the family burial grounds in Ponemah, Minnesota.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, January 2, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. at The Red Lake Community Center.
Active Pallbearers will be Tyler Cloud, Benjamin Cloud Jr., Decotah Cloud and Robin Roy.
Alternate Pallbearers will be Frank Gurno, Mike Stately and Myron Benais.
Honorary Pallbearers will be Dustin Springer Jr., Destiny Springer, Dalilah Jourdain, David Jourdain Jr., Barbara Gurno, Shantelle Neadeau, Kori Neadeau, Delores Cloud, Leonard Cloud, Sky Woman Stately-Herbert, Kristina Thunder, Jason Wind, Lance Wind, Mary Jane Cloud and Terri Ann Cloud.
Romeo Armani Cloud was born on Saturday, October 5, 2013 in Bemidji, Minnesota to Ellenrose J. Benais and Kyle E. Cloud Sr. of Red Lake, Minnesota.
He loved being surrounded by those who loved him and those he loved. He liked to ride around listening to music and taking road trips. He loved being the center of attention and always wanted to talk back in his baby talk to whoever was talking to him. He loved laying or sitting with mommy & daddy. He would always keep his eyes on his daddy, watching his every move. He loved early morning bondings with mommy. He loved being with his brothers and sisters. He was always happy & healthy and anybody could see that. Everyone he came in contact with instantly fell in love with him.
He is survived by his parents; siblings: Kyle Cloud Jr. of Minneapolis, Dustin Springer Jr., Destiny Springer, Dalilah Jourdain, David Jourdain Jr. all of Red Lake; his paternal grandparents: Jacqueline (George Stately Sr.) Neadeau of Minneapolis and Edward Cloud of Redby; special aunts: Shantelle Neadeau of Minneapolis, Kori Neadeau of Redby, Delores Cloud of Red Lake, Terri Ann Cloud of Redby, Alicia (Kevin Schoenborn) Gurno of Red Lake, Sky Woman Stately-Herbert of Minneapolis; special uncles: Tyler Cloud, Benjamin Cloud Jr., Decotah Cloud, Austin Cloud and Lee Lussier Jr. of Red Lake, Robin Roy of Little Rock; great aunt (& great) aunts: Barbara Gurno, Gloria Cloud, Andrea Stepaniak, Lianne Lussier, Sheila Mcgraw and Sherilyn (Lief Saunders) Neadeau-Benais; great (& great) uncles: Frank (Joe) Gurno Jr., Jack Neadeau, Dave Gurno, Steve Neadeau and Keenan Sayers; his aunts: Berta (Joe) Maxwell, Lisa (Paul Hill) White, Skylene (Dylan Rossbach) Lussier and Caroline Bellanger; his uncles: Brian Brown, Jonathan Gurno, Derrick Smith, Daniel (Danielle) White Sr., Frank Gurno Sr., Myron Benais and Morris Benais; his cousins: Ezra Roy King, Darren Cloud, Antoine Schoenborn, Karissa Schoenborn, Dominic Schoenborn, Shakyza Schoenborn, Kelicia Schoenborn, Shayla Gurno, Frank Gurno Jr. Daniel White Jr., Summer White, Mercedes White, Lance Wind, Brenda Wind, Bianca Wind, Jason (Arleda) Wind, Stacy Wind, Jason Wind Jr., Annalise Wind, MaryJane Cloud, Leonard Alvin Stately-Herbert, Mikayleigh Cloud, Kahloni Freemount, Lily Freemount, Quincy Machen, Quaylana Neadeau, Addison May, Calli May, Karon Benais, Kaleb Benais, Alize Benais, Vanessa Cloud, Brandon Cloud Sr., Elijah Cloud, Amiah Cloud, Blaze Cloud, Brandon Cloud Jr., Elias Thunder, Madison Hill, Brooklyn Hill, Davis (Nakita Barret) Smith Sr., Davis Smith Jr., Adrian Smith, Jazmine Smith, Clarice (Matthew) Sorenson-Applebee, Richelle May and many other cousins and relatives.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother: Cheryl R. Gurno, his great, great uncles: Darryl Gurno, Pete Neadeau and Brian Gurno, his great uncles: Benjamin Cloud Sr. and Franklyn Gurno, his uncle Tori John Cloud and by his cousins: Joseph Maxwell Jr. and Cedric Smith.