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Miranda Lee Ogema

 

Miranda Lee Ogema

Born: Sun., Mar. 25, 1990

Died: Thu., Aug. 13, 2015

Visitation

3:00 PM Sun., Aug. 16, 2015

Location: Cass Lake Facility Center

Traditional Native Service

11:00 AM Tue., Aug. 18, 2015

Location: Cass Lake Facility Center

Miranda Lee Ogema, age 25, of Cass Lake, passed away on August 13, 2015 in Duluth, MN. She was born on March 25, 1990 the daughter of Clayton Slack, Sr. and Earlene Ogema.

Miranda enjoyed spending time with her family, friends and visits with her daughter Kloe. She also enjoyed listening to music, going to pow-wows and watching football during the season. You could always find her rooting for her favorite team, the Chicago Bears. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.

The family that Miranda joins again are her grandma Darlene Ogema, and one uncle Earl "Ringo" Ogema.

Those she leaves behind to cherish her memory are her parents; Clayton Slack, Sr. of Duluth, and Earlene Ogema of Cass Lake, brothers; Clayton Slack, Jr. of Cass Lake and Travis Slack of Bemidji, sisters; Victoria Ogema of Cass Lake and Veronica Ogema of Minneapolis, numerous cousins, other relatives and many friends.

A wake for Miranda will begin at 3:00 p.m., Sunday, August 16, 2015 and will continue until the 11:00 a.m. service on Tuesday, August 18, all at the Facility Center in Cass Lake. Spiritual Leader will be Allen Hardy. Pallbearers for Miranda will be Clayton Slack, Jr., Travis Slack, Kendall Ogema, Les Hough, Jim Brown, and Dennis Brown, Jr. Honorary pallbearers will be Vicky Ogema, Ronnie Ogema, Amelia Frazer, Brenda Smith, Dezerey Degeest, and Jay Brown. Interment will be held in the Morgan Cemetery at Oak Point following the service.

Miranda's care has been entrusted to the Northern Peace Funeral Home of Walker, MN. Online condolences for the family may be given at http://www.northernpeace.

 
 

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slack writes:

Miranda was also a caretaker and was in the process of working in Duluth. She had a step mother stage Slack whom she loved and talked to all the time. Forget her in the session, but she was a good step mom to her.

 
 
 

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