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Louise Marie McKennett

 

February 11, 2022

Louise Marie McKennett

December 1, 1974 ~ February 5, 2022 (age 47)

Louise "Muppet" Marie McKennett, 47 of the Bullhead Clan began her spiritual journey February 5, 2022. Louise was born December 1,1974 in Cass Lake to George Tanner and Susan Littlewolf Jenkins.

Louise had a big heart and was willing to lend a helping hand, she had a great sense of humor and always made everyone laugh. Louise's family meant a lot to her; she loved her kids, grandkids and partner of 32 years, Anthony.

Family welcoming Louise to the spirit world are her dad, George Tanner, daughter, Robin Butcher, brothers, Richard Littlewolf, Louis Jenkins, Jr., Robert McKennett and Duane Jenkins; sister, Jennifer Jenkins; uncle, James Littlewolf, Sr., nephew, Reign Huesers.

She will be missed by her partner, Anthony Butcher, Sr., mother; Susan Littlewolf Jenkins; sons, Anthony Butcher, Jr., Devin Butcher, Robert Butcher, Opichi Butcher; daughters, Jasmine Butcher, Catherine Butcher, Toni Butcher, brother Raymond (Cherlene) Jenkins Sr., and many other family members.

Wake service for Louise will begin at 5:00 p.m. on Friday February 11 and continue until 11:00 a.m. traditional service on Sunday, February 13 all to be held at the Veterans Building, Cass Lake, MN. Naabek Liberty will be her Spiritual Advisor. Helping to lay Louise to rest are Harry Fairbanks, Gilbert Littlewolf, Neil Laduke, Robert Jones, Joe Brown, Richard Staples. Alternate Pallbearers, William Hart, Allen Brown, Michael Brown and Edward Whitefeather-Jenkins. Interment will be at George Johnson Memorial Cemetery in Winnie Dam.

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

Services

Wake

Friday

February 11, 2022

5:00 PM

Veterans Memorial Building, Chippewa

Traditional American Indian Service

Sunday

February 13, 2022

11:00 AM

Veterans Memorial Building, Chippewa

 

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