Feb 19, 2013 - StaffWesley Quiver Sr. died Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, at home following a lengthy illness. He was 56 years old.
Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Blue Sky Hall in Ethete with Bishop Kenner officiating. Interment will be in Yellow Calf Cemetery at Ethete with military rites.
Wesley Quiver Sr. was born Sept. 14, 1956, in Lander, the son of the late Ruben Quiver and Marlene Noseep Quiver.
Mr. Quiver lived on the Wind River Indian Reservation and attended schools in Fort Washakie, Mission, S.D., Riverside, Okla, and Intermountain Indian School.
He was an electrician before his illness.
His family said he enjoyed football and softball and going to the casino, watching football, going to basketball games and being around his grandchildren, family and friends. He also was a fan of the Denver Broncos.
He is survived by his wife, Becky Sage Quiver; daughters Mardell C'Bearing, Keta and Justine Quiver, Reninette Tendore and Tiffany Day; sons Keith, Derick, Wesley Jr. and Ruben Quiver, Clayton Wallowingbull, Rex Curry, Ridin Fred and Wallace Day; sisters Cleo Goggles, Lois, Marliss and Victoria Quiver, Marcelia Redman, Orlena and Zola Kills On Top and Ruby Whiteplume; brothers Donnie, Mike, Herman, Lyle and Deland Quiver and Allen Jenkins Sr.; 24 grandchildren; stepmother Theresa Marie Wells; aunts Mary Alice Addison, Julia Whiteman, Irenice and Anna Noseep, Laverne Hutchison, Alrita Talks Different, Tilly Jenkins and Rowena and Judy Day; uncles Mathew and Willard Noseep, Marlin, Harvey, Terry and Theron Spoonhunter; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his nephew Theron Quiver; niece Alva Quiver; sister Linda Lou Quiver; grandparents Virginia and Harry Noseep, Nicerkson and Alice Quiver, George and Alberta Quiver; aunts Louella Dixson, Elsie Day and Ruth Noseep; uncles Dansel, Leslie and Leno Noseep and Ameid, Edlore and Alvin Quiver.
Services are provided by Wind Dancer Funeral Home.
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