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Sharon "Sherrie" Joyce Bebeau-Cavitt

Sharon "Sherrie" Joyce Bebeau-Cavitt

November 8, 1954 ~ July 4, 2024 (age 69)

Sharon "Sherrie" Bebeau-Cavitt "Bedashik" (She Who Comes with the Wind) Member of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, 69 years old, born in Cass Lake, MN on November 8, 1954 to Joseph F. Bebeau Jr., and Glorena "Gloria" (Charwood) Michaud, began her journey to the spirit world on July 4, 2024 in Carlton, MN.

She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Paul D. Cavitt, Grandparents, numerous aunts, uncles and many close cousins and friends.

She is survived by her only daughter Deborah Bebeau-Cavitt, grandchildren Trevor Bebeau-Goward and Eliza Lafriniere, Brothers Joel D. (Shari) Bebeau, JT Bebeau, Alton Bebeau, Sisters Beverly (Julian) Molash, and Terri Veo. Nephew Sean Veo, Nieces Sarah Jaspers, Kathleen Blackwolf, Kimberly Johanson and Honorary niece Grace Kessenich. Special friends Martha Cavitt, Linnea Cavitt, and Dianne Kessenich.

Sherrie attended Deer River School and graduated from Bennington Vermont High School, and then attended Dartmouth College and Carleton College. She held many jobs, notably the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Minneapolis School of Art and Design, University of Minnesota, Leech Lake Tribal College Board of Trustees.

Sherrie's passions were reading and writing and she exceeded the record of reading the most books in the school library, which in part led to her excellent oratory and writing abilities early on. She also passed down to her grandchildren the enjoyment of reading. Sherrie was also a die-hard MN Twins fan, and preferred to listen to them on the radio. When she did go to the casino, she could usually be found at Keno. She also loved to travel, and dreamed of working for the United Nations as a linguist interpreter. Later in life, she filled her days with her favorite pastime spending it with her grandchildren, who she called the "apples of her eyes".

An overnight wake will start at 5:30pm on Tuesday July 9 at the Ball Club Community Center, with services officiated by Allen Hardy on Wednesday July 10, at 10:00am.

Pallbearers will be Gary Charwood Sr., Gary Charwood Jr., Donnie Charwood, Dooner Warner, Robert Jaspers and Kenneth Thompson.

Services

Wake

Tuesday

July 9, 2024

5:30 PM

Lone Eagle Center, Ball Club

Funeral Service

Wednesday

July 10, 2024

10:00 AM

Lone Eagle Center, Ball Club

 

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