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Wakiyan Omani “Walks with Thunder”, Sequoyah Moses St. John, age 48 of Minneapolis, Minnesota Journeyed to the Spirit World on Friday, March 1, 2024 at his residence. He was born in Rapid City, South Dakota on March 14, 1975 the son of Robert Clark and Jennifer St. John. He attended grade school at Sanford Middle School, also South High School in Minneapolis Minnesota.

Sequoyah was a skilled tradesman, in areas such as carpentry, concrete, construction, and roofing. He had many joys in life such as traveling, long road trips, seeing new places, going out to eat, cooking, drawing and of course, basketball. What he enjoyed most was spending time with his family and his Razor Sharp brothers.  He loved traveling across the United States with Razor Sharp to many basketball tournaments and made many friends along the way. Sequoyah had a contagious laugh and a great sense of humor. He was a great man to be in the presence of.

Sequoyah is survived by his daughter, Shaniah Leslie; four grandchildren; brothers, Robert White Mountain, Marcus St. John, Lee St. John, Wagoosh Banks, Waabooz Banks, Robert Mckenzie and Leon Mckenzie; sisters, Julia “Star” White Mountain, Elizabeth St. John, Ione and Amanda Mckenzie; many other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by his father, Robert James Clark; mother, Jennifer Joy St. John; grandmother, Celesta La Blanc St. John; grandfather, Edward Moses St. John; brother, Patrick White Mountain; sister, Rachel Mckenzie; and daughter, Simone Hart-St. John.

The Chilson Funeral Home assisted the family with funeral arrangements. On-line condolences can be directed to

7 Guestbook Entries

  1. Maxine DuMarce

    Sorry for your loss

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  3. Christina

    He was such a nice guy may you rest in paradise 💐

  4. Carlos Casarez

    Damn bro

  5. Michelle TatankaMani

    My nephew 😭😭❤️🙏

  6. Richard & Cheryl Ojeda

    So going to miss you my boy. The whole family will miss you. We’ll always LOVE you. You’ve touched all our hearts. ❤️😭🙏🏽🙏🏽

  7. Labelle Edith

    Rest in everlasting happiness big bro


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