Michele Brown-Renaud

Michele Brown-Renaud

Oct 6, 1983 - Oct 22, 2020
Our beloved Michele Brown-Renaud joined Heaven on 10-22-2020 due to a car accident in Gillette WY, a winter day on bad road conditions. She did not suffer.

Awake will be held on Thursday, October 29, 2020, at 390 Trout Creek Road in Fort Washakie starting at 7:00 pm. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 pm on Friday, October 30, 2020, at the Arapaho Catholic Cemetery.

She will live on in the loving memories of her husband Paul Anthony Renaud and her beloved teenage sons Josiah and Sincere Brown. Aunty Tweet, oldest sister Dlight Brown, younger brother Melvin Brown, Brothers and Sisters Cheryle Eagle, Cliston Littlethunder, Estelle Littlethunder, Michaelson Rhodes, Delian Sunrose, Tiffany Arthur, Robin Behan, Kristina Behan, Robert Behan, Ruben Behan, Rhonda Behan, Ricky Behan, Loretta Sunrose, Damon Sunrose, Kelly Jenkins, Adelia Jenkins and Delight Sunrose.

Michelel is joining a son and set of twins who passed at birth. Brothers and sisters, Raymond Littlethunder, Cheryle Eagle, Wardina Spoonhunter, Dwight Spoonhunter, Whitney Sunrose and Ronald James Jr Behan.

Michele was born on 10-6-1982 in Riverton WY, on Wind River Reservation of Arapaho Tribe. Clerindamay ”Kitty '' Behan also born in Riverton WY, Wind River Reservation and Father Melvin Dele Brown Sir. of Tacoma, WA. Both her parents are descendants of Arapaho Tribe.

Michele's early childhood years from birth to age 12 grew up on “The Rez”. She was very close to her family. When Michele was 12 her mother “Kitty” passed from cancer and went to live with relatives in Arizona until age 19 then moved back to WY.

She resided in Gillette, Wy to raise her boys. She worked at Advanced Systems for 11 years and sometimes worked 2-3 jobs to provide for her family.

Michele met her husband “Anthony” at the Support Natives Recovery Group. They married on 11-30-2014. She was a loving wife and devoted mother who raised her boys with Arapaho traditions and Christian faith. Michelle loved her Lord and savior Jesus Christ and wore her heart on her sleeve. She put people before herself and struggles to balance that at times. Michele has an infectious giggle and laugh, a childlike sense to her with a little Rez vibe.

She loved being a mother and an Aunty. Who she surrounded herself with loving people with big hearts and had many friends she called sisters.

Mitchele's favorite color was purple. Her hobbies were cooking, baking and enjoyed new baking recipes. She loved getting new kitchen gadgets from friends and family. A recent hobby was getting her nails done and crazy hairstyles and colors.

Our Indian Princess, Michele will not be forgotten and heart aching missed by all.

On-line condolences may be made to the family at www.TheDavisFuneralHome.com.

Services under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.