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Miziwekamigookiban Judith "Judy" Ann Wilson


Miziwekamigookiban Judith "Judy" Ann Wilson

September 14, 1962 ~ June 25, 2022 (age 59)

Miziwekamigookiban (All around the world woman) – Judith "Judy" Ann Wilson 59 years old

Date of Death: June 25, 2022 Place of Death: Deer River, MN

Date of Birth: September 14, 1962 Place of Birth: Cass Lake, MN

Judy is survived by her children; Clarissa (Jamaal) Wilson, William (Ashley) Losh Jr., Carla (Travis) Losh, Cassandra Losh; grandchildren, Raquel, Nakaya, Tamia, Summer, Ava, Autumn, Liam, Ilijah, Noah, Braylynn, Miikawaadizi; siblings, Burton "Luke" (Linda) Wilson, James (Regina) Wilson, Ron (Sue) Wilson, Daniel "Fudd" Wilson, Yvonne "Bonny" Wilson, Sharon Wilson; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Judy is welcomed by her parents; James and Mary Jane Wilson; brothers, Byron Wilson, Donald "Doc" Wilson; sister; Roseanne Wilson; grandson, Dayton Losh.

Judy was born in Cass Lake, MN on September 14, 1962, and was the ninth child to James and MaryJane. She attended Leech Lake Head Start and then Deer River Schools. In her sophomore year she transferred to Riverside Indian School in Anadarko, OK, graduating in 1980. In 1986 she received her Liberal Arts Degree (LPN) from Itasca Community College. In 2006 she graduated from Leech Lake Tribal College with her Associate of Arts degree. She was employed with Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe's Health Division as a Respite Care Technician from 1992-2015. Judy and William Losh Sr. began their life together in 1981 raising their children in Ball Club, MN. She was well known and respected around Leech Lake for her dedication and passion towards her clients. She enjoyed bringing her clients gifts and would spend hours caring for and visiting them. Judy enjoyed ricing with her family, she was known as "the best poler around." She loved music and dancing along with her favorite songs. She enjoyed sharing stories with her family particularly about her Riverside days in Oklahoma. Judy was as "tough as nails" and always made sure to protect those she loved. When she was younger, she spent much of her time with her grandma Maggie Wilson and her aunt Margaret Wilson. Judy loved spending time with her children and grandchildren, she will be missed dearly.

Officiated by: Melvin Goodman

Pallbearers: Jamaal Baird, Kellen Brown, Terrance Wilson, Jamie Chase, Kelly Bowstring, and Jake Bowstring. Honorary Pallbearers: Lisa Jackson, Wanda Young Running Crane, Brenda Schaaf, Gayle Wilson, Donna Gotchie, Travis Gale and all her nieces, nephews.




June 29, 2022

4:00 PM

Ball Club Community Center

Ball Club

Ball Club, MN 56636

Funeral Service


June 30, 2022

10:00 AM

Ball Club Community Center

Ball Club

Ball Club, MN 56636


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