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September 10, 1953 – Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Service Information
Community Center in Old Agency Village, SD
Friday, January 6, 2012
2:00 P.M.

Visitation Information
Community Center in Old Agency Village, SD
Thursday, January 5th, 2012
beginning at 7:00 P.M.

Sylvia E. “Sibby” Feather, age 58, of Sisseton, South Dakota left on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 after a brief illness at Sanford Pallative Care Unit in Fargo, North Dakota.

She was born on September 10, 1953 in Sisseton, South Dakota the daughter of Clifton Feather Sr. and Theresa Atkinson.

Sylvia was known to those close to her as “Sibby”. She lived most of her life in the Sisseton area.

She attended school in Sisseton.

Sylvia worked as a housekeeper at The Sisseton Indian Health Hospital for a period of time and was a homemaker.

She loved being around her grandchildren and visiting with friends. Sylvia loved to travel when she was younger.

Sylvia was a beautiful loving daughter, sister and mother and will be greatly missed by family and her friends!

Survived by her six children: Joseph Ledfast, Chris Feather, Deanne Hisgun, Randy Hisgun Jr., DeeDee Hisgun,Phoebe Hisgun all of Sisseton; brothers: Clifton Feather Jr. and Winfred Feather both of Sisseton and Lawrence “Yogi” Feather of Sioux Falls; two sisters: Kathy (Joe) White and Patricia Feather all of Sisseton; twenty six grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Preceded in death by her husband: Randy Hisgun Sr., her parents: Clifton & Theresa (Atkinson) Feather Sr., two grandsons, a granddaughter and one great granddaughter.

She will be laid to rest by her lifetime companion Randy Hisgun Sr.

7 Guestbook Entries

  1. Frances Erickson

    I am so sorry for your loss and the family is in all our prayers. She will be greatly missed by all Necklace family.

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  2. Teresa Necklace Campbell

    Rest in peace now Sibby!!!! Say hi to Richard. You will be missed. tc

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  3. Marcia Necklace Hernandez

    You will be missed my friend!

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  4. Tammy Goodwin

    Rest in peace Sylvia. I will remember you fondly. You will always be remembered and live on through your children and grandchildren. God’s speed.

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  5. Louise Roberson

    To the family of Sylvia,
    My sincere condolences to the family of Sylvia. I grew up as a close friend of Sylvia’s on the Big Coulee Reservation from toddler to adolescence as my father, John Roberson, was her teacher at Big Coulee Day School for many years. I have been trying to locate Sylvia for the past few years and now was finally able to find her – unfortunately through this obituary. I am extremely saddened to learn she has now departed. I hope I can connect with her siblings through my address provided here. Please feel free to contact me as I miss the good times we once all shared on the “Res.” It will not be the same without Sylvia, yet I will always cherish the fond memories we shared in our childhood friendship together.

    Blessings,
    Louise Roberson-Mitchell

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  6. Louise Roberson

    Dear Family of Sylvia,
    I am sending my condolences concerning your loss. You all may remember me as a member of the Roberson family where I was a childhood friend
    of Sylvia’s on the Big Coulee Reservation. My father, the late John Roberson, was Sylvia’s teacher for many years at the Big Coulee Day School. I have been trying to find Sylvia for the past few years and unfortunately have now learned that she has departed us. I am extremely saddened by this news as I was hoping to reunite our friendship. Please feel free to contact me at this e-mail address and I would love to hear from anyone from the Big Coulee Res. I will extremely miss Sylvia, yet will always cherish fond memories growing up as childhood friends. May blessings be upon you and your family.

    Louise Roberson

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  7. Sierra Hisgun

    I really miss you Mom. Just wish you were here. I love you and miss you.

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