27 Sep Dr. Clarice Baker-Big Back “Many Growths”
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Dr. Clarice Baker-Big Back “Many Growths” passed away on September 25, 2022. A Wake will be held on Thursday September 29, 2022 at the Northern Lights Community Center in New Town at 5:00 pm. A Funeral Service will be held on September 30th at 10:00 am at the Northern Lights Community Center. Burial will take place following the service at St. Anthony Cemetery in Mandaree.
If ordering flowers, the family invites you to order from The Flower Box located in Minot, ND.
Clarice was a pleasure to meet. She was full of knowledge and kindness. She said Jessica call me Auntie we’re family now. It was my pleasure to spend a week with you Auntie. Love the Brown family
Clarice BigBack is my adopted sister, my heart breaks at the thought of never seeing nor talking with her ever again 💔💔
Sending condolences to her siblings and family. She was always kind and welcoming to me and my daughter. When they visited me in Portland we all had some great times. May she Rest in Peace💙
I knew Clarice from Fort Berthold College. She was so friendly and always had a smile. She will be missed by all.
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear family member. Prayers for you all
I met Clarice this summer while tutoring her grandson, Light. She was kind, friendly, and the most loving grandmother to Light.
We were so sorry to hear about Clarice’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family!
Her light still shines in memories of love and laughter shared; In all the ways she touched your life and all the ways she cared. Her light still shines within this world, still strong and bright and true; And always, deep within your heart, her light still shines in you. May Clarice’s beautiful light give you strength and bring peace and comfort to your heart.
Rest in Peace, Clarice; your work on earth is done.
I am so saddened that Clarice has left this earth. We lost a great person with her passing. She was a kind and generous spirit, in addition to being a lot of fun! You have so many loved ones to greet you in the afterlife cousin, so rest in the joy of your ancestors’ company. To all the family and friends she left behind, I am sorry for your loss.
Our dear cousin was close to our mother, Duveen, so we were fortunate to spend time with her too, and spent a wonderful amount of time at our home in MN. Clarice was a smart and educated woman, a role model for younger women in our family, tribe, or anywhere. I have been in touch with her recently about medical issues and am profoundly sad to know she is gone from the world we are part of, but am certain she is in the company of those family members who have gone before us, and I know we will meet again, but until then, we will miss her. I love you cousin….I was so proud to call you my relative
Sharon Keene, M.D.
Thank you for always helping me. I’ll always remember taking my daughter’s to visit grandpa Eugene and you. Prayers