FORT THOMPSON — The Rev. Everett (Na Ki Wi Ze Pi, Jealous of Him) Harrison, 81, of Fort Thompson, died on Friday, March 29, 2013, at Sanford Medical Center in Chamberlain.
Funeral service will be 12 p.m. Wednesday at the Tribal Hall in Fort Thompson with Fr. Gary Lantz, Fr. Lyle Noisy Hawk and Pastor David Morrison officiating. Burial will follow at the Bad Nation Family Cemetery, rural Fort Thompson. A two night wake service will be held at 7 p.m., Monday and Tuesday at the Tribal Hall in Fort Thompson.
Everett was born on June 28, 1931, to Russell (Shoots The Enemy) Harrison and Ida Turner. He graduated from barber school and worked in Gann Valley. He attended electrician school and was also the president of BCU Chapter of Pierre for three years.
He married Juanita Wright on September 16, 1977. He later graduated from Cook Christian School in Arizona. He became the minister at the Cunkicakse Presbyterian Church in Fort Thompson.
He is survived by his wife, Juanita Harrison; step children, Rio Owens, Delrita Lunderman, Richard Lunderman and Gayla Randall; sisters, Pauline Zephier, Elizabeth Day and Arlene Voice; adopted sisters, Lulu Fisherman and Alsophine Joseph; Hunka brothers, Francis Knippling, Del LeCompte and Virgil Flute; and nephews, nieces, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Russell and Ida Harrison; brothers, Paul and Raymond Harrison; and a sister, Helena Spider.
Luze Funeral Home of Highmore has been entrusted with Rev. Everett’s arrangements. Visit www.familyfuneralhome.net
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