Lloyd Brown

Lloyd Brown

Jul 10, 1961 - Jan 19, 2012
Funeral services for Lloyd Daniel Brown, 50, will be held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, January 24th at St. Stephens Catholic Church. A rosary will be held 7:00 p.m., Monday at St. Stephens Eagle Hall, with a wake following at the family home, 281 Goes in Lodge. Interment will be held at the Arapaho Catholic Cemetery at St. Stephens.

He passed away at his home in loving company of his brother and sisters, Don, Lo, Dee Aunt Jodie and “Mizz” Shanda Glenmore on January 19, 2012.

Lloyd Daniel Brown was born July 10, 1961 in Riverton, WY, to Agnes L. and Daniel L. Brown. His Indian name was “Standing White Cross” and was given to him by his great grandfather, Vincent Brown. He was a lifelong resident of the Wind River Reservation and a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe.

He attended grade school at St. Stephen’s High School at Flandreau Boarding school and he graduated from Riverton High School. Lloyd also attended CWC.

On September 20, 1980, he was married and from this union his two beloved children were born, Shane M. Brown and his baby girl, Nicolette D. Brown. Later in life he was blessed with another son, Shaw Whiteman.

His interests were many and wide. He loved to team rope, go camping, hunting, and fishing. Also going to the “Cansino” (casino), spending time with his children, grandchildren and HUGE extended family, making us laugh with his many jokes and impressions.

Lloyd was employed as one of the first Tribal Water Technicians at the Wind River Environmental Quality Commission. Other occupations he had were working on rigs, laborer, helping Shanda at the Summer Foods Program.

Those that preceded Lloyd in death were his mother, Agnes L. Monroe Brown, maternal grandparents, Peter J. Monroe and Victoria SunRhodes, paternal grandparents, Lucy Blackburn and William Trosper, Sr., great grandparents, Vincent and Katie Brown, Ben and Pauline Warren, uncles, Eugene Monroe, Linus Blackburn and Anthony Brown, aunts, Mary Moon, Josephine Brown, sister, Shawna Walker.

Survivors include his father, Daniel L. Brown (Susanna); sons, Shane (Jocelyn) and family, Shaw (Crystal) Whiteman and family, Ace and Deno Roman, Doug (Sharmayne) Brown and family, Jared Littlewhiteman, Starr Miller, Jarron Monroe, Kyle and Lloyd White, Isaac and Wade Brown, Ricky Jr. (Genevieve) and Josh Blackburn. Daughters- Nicolette Brown, Tiffany and Danelle (Lenny) Roman and families, Brittany Littlewhiteman, Courtney Blackburn, Kristen and Josie White, Dani White, Kasia Monroe, Jamay Blackburn. Companion, Shanda Glenmore and her daughters, Shawniece, Calley and Quannah. Brothers, Don (Charlene) Brown, Ricky (Salome) Blackburn, Sr., Mike (Candy) White, Vince (Leola) White, Byron Bruisedhead, CJ, Raymond and Preston Walker, Martin, Ryan and Kenneth Blackburn, Jr., Darnel (Josie) Boyer, Ronnie and Darwin Brown, Jay and Erron Monroe, Thomas and Jr. Bushyhead, Benny Miller, Maurice Walton, Link Simmons, and James Goodman. Sisters, Laureen Case, Dee Brown(Harold), Inez (Gary) Brown, Brenda (Pat) Hubbard, Lynette and Roanna Brown, Berta, Gina, Elaine and Ericka Monroe, Teri and Christina Bushyhead, Nancy and Maggie Miller. Aunts, Matilda (John) Bushyhead, Sr., Anna (Ben) Miller, Sr., Joanne Walker, Patricia Snook, Margie Small. Uncles, Kenneth (Evalina) Blackburn, Sr. Willie and Kenneth Trosper, Merton, Bryan and Milton Trosper, Harold and Irvin O’Brien, Wesley and Herman Monroe. Very special aunt and auncle, Moose and Jodi Brown, his numerous beloved grandchildren. Grandparents, Geraldine Brown, Anita Portwood, Bobby and John Warren, Caroline Goggles and Verna Thunder. Also families of Trosper, Warren, White, Friday, Blackburn, Monroe, Underwood, Thunder, Goggles. Our family is large and please accept our sincere apology if we have omitted anyone.