Dec 7, 2012 - StaffServices for Ronda L. LeBeau will be at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, at her home on Old Wind River Highway in Fort Washakie. Sunrise services will be Saturday, Dec. 8, at Aragon Cemetery.
Ronda Lee LeBeau was born Dec. 13, 1953, in Fort Washakie, the daughter of Earl Patrick LeBeau and Ada Dorothy Padilla.
She was taught to respect her heritage by the elders. She became a sundancer in 1982 and was a strong and proud sundancer.
Her family said she loved to cook, work in her yard, and sew dresses, baby quilts and sundance regalia for her sons, brothers and nephews. Her family and friends said she will be greatly missed.
She is survived by her siblings, Bennie Earl LeBeau, Wade Garret LeBeau, Jola Faye LeBeau and Hildred Lewis LeBeau; grandchildren Kali Hope Brancho, Darrold Wayne Broncho III and Warren Reigh LeBeau; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her father; Winter Hawk LeBeau; Chi Dawn Magnolia Liddell; and grandfathers, grandmothers and many other relatives.
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