We are so sorry to hear about Mrs. Cobell’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with her and her family. Elouise will be remembered as a great Native American who stood up for the rights of our people; not many people have done this lately. Thank you so much, Elouise Cobell!
What a sad day for Indian Country. She fought a courageous fight both in terms of her cancer and for us.
My family and I wanted to pass our condolences on to all who knew and worked with Mrs. Elouise Cobell. A champion for the Native people and outstanding person, she will be missed.
We hope that the government will not back out now that she has passed. She worked too hard and long.
Scott and Debra
I send this in my sadness of her passing over. Please extend my sincere condolences to her family and tribe. She will be missed by many and I ask the creator of all things to honor her ways.
It was a pleasure and honor to assist her in the litigation, which was just a small part of the case. We all owe her - a great woman who didn't quit. And as the earth mother is being continually attacked we have to do all we can to defend and protect her, and never quit.
I wish strength and peace for the family of Elouise Cobell. She is admired by me, and has been for many years. I will continue to follow her example and keep her work alive in every way possible.
"When man does the Creator's job, it usually doesn't turn out right." La Duke
Please accept my condolence from the Nez Perce Reservation and Northwest Indian College in Lapwai, Idaho, where I currently reside and teach. The court case is a landmark case that I still discuss in my classes and she will be missed by many of us in Indian country and pray for the family and friends of Elouise Cobell and may her journey be a good one.
My condolences to Mrs. Cobell's family and prayers for peace and comfort during their loss.
As a professor of history, I share the Cobell case story with each of my classes. My purpose is to illuminate the issues that still besiege Indians and to help my students understand the complicated relationship of the tribes with the United States government. The sacrifices and preseverance of Elouise Cobell will not be forgotten
To The Cobell Family,
Words cannot express the sympathy we feel for the loss of Mrs. Elouise Cobell. It was a shock to the entire legal community, and as a registered Native American judge, I can only imagine how you and your family members are feeling. We will truly miss her kind words of support and encouragement.
May God's blessings and peace be with you and your wonderful family.
I just want to say that a strong and visionary woman has passed on. A woman who unselfishly struggled on over the past 12 years to bring some semblance of justice to the hundreds of Indians in Indian country. It is not the idea of money that was taken away from our elders that was the subject of the Cobell litigation and finally the settlement, but the fact that it was found that the United States commited such fraud against the Indians and that this case proves it, in black and white.
Elouise is now with those elders who have passed on and they are now honoring her for her bravery and perseverance in trying to obtain justice for their heirs.
My condolences to her family and may God comfort and strengthen them in this time of their loss.
I am not Native American, but I followed the lawsuit with great interest. Elouise's courage and determination are examples we should all try to emulate; she stood strong in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds and persevered. She had a great heart, and I'm truly sad to hear that she has gone.
To the family of Elouise:
I am deeply saddened of the news of her passing. Our deepest condolence to her family, friends and colleagues.
There is a great loss in the Native American Community in the passing of a great woman. She stood up for all of us in her fight for justice, equality and accountability. I looked forward to her emails telling of the fight, litigations, outcomes and encouragement not to give up on what is wrongfully going on with our lands and mismanagements of trust accounts. I appreciated all her sacrifices and time she gave to this injustice and keeping us all in the loop.
Thank you, Elouise, for what you have done and the differences you made in many Native American’s lives. May you rest in peace.
Like so many leaders of great social movements, she had been to the mountain top and seen the promised land even though she did not make it there with her brothers and sisters of Native Americans.
Her Spirit rests in peace.
I was so shocked this morning to hear of the death of our crusader, Ms. Cobell. Her works will always be remembered and serve as an inspiration to me to go forward to try to improve the lives of my fellow Indians. Sincere sympathy to her family.
I am stunned by this news of the passing of Elouise. When I was in law school, I served on the Indian Law Review and wrote my final paper on the issue of the settlement owed by the government to the tribes. I am saddened that this brave woman did not get to see all of her dedication and hard work come to full fruition. However, she did get everything in place so that others could move forward with this fight. This country and its Native Americans have lost a courageous and mighty leader. My condolences to her family and friends and godspeed to those who will continue her work.
Ahehee' nitsaago t'aa' altsoh dine bika iinilwod-(Thank you very much for helping all people.) Family and friends of Elouise, my condolences to you. God Bless!
Bill I cannot believe this. A great spirit, one of the greatest, passes, for she was not just the "bravest woman in America" but much more. We must talk. Please keep me posted on memorial/funeral arrangements.
Please convey my deepest condolences and thanks for her life and work to her family. We are all not just better enlightened but enriched by what she acheived. In the end, all you have in life is examples and she was one of the best.
Very sorry to hear. Good thoughts to the family. Thank you for your note.
We are all saddened by the loss of such a Great Woman. She has made history for all Native people and will never be forgotten. Today is a sad day, but Elouise's bravery and strength will live on forever. Hail to the Chief Warrior!
I would like to give my condolences to the family of Mrs. Cobell and to all that knew her. My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to her husband, son, and to brothers and sisters.
To the family of Elouise Cobell:
Your Wife, Mom, Sister and Grandmother came to visit the College of Menominee Nation in June, 2010 and what an inspiration she was. She wanted to do everything by herself. I tried to help her with her luggage, No, she would not have it. She was certainly a woman of strength, confidence and honesty. She carried herself with such dignity and she cared about who you were as an individual. I am honored to have had the opportunity to spend time with her. I looked at her in awe and wondered how she continued to fight for 15 years on behalf of so many people. Who was going to do this? WHO? Mrs. Cobell did and I will always remember her as one of my heroes!
Time To Fly Away by Robert Longley:
To soar and float and flutter
A gentle bird I'd be
To grace the clouded mountains
Or fly over the salted sea
No more tied to substance
That makes up whom we are
I stepped into the sunlight
And felt a gentle breeze
A soft and wistful moment
That was echoed in the trees
Each leaf at a shimmer
Each limb a dancing pose
A moment as beautiful
As a single long stem rose
And so it is this moment
This time that we have shared
A special bond between us
Knowing that you cared
As moments fade to memory
Again the bows will bend
And a gentle breeze will remind me
of my very special friend.
Elouise will always be a part of me and thanks for sharing your Mother.
Bless you and your family,
I was so sorry to hear about Ms. Cobell's passing. She is in a better place, however that is no consolation to the pain her loved ones must be feeling.
I never met her, but had hoped someday, somehow I would get to meet her. She was one of the bravest, strongest and loyal people I have ever heard of. I would like to thank the family on her behalf for all of her work, no matter how many struggles she endured. My prayers and thoughts to all of her family and friends.
My name is S.E. and I wrote several stories for Native Times and Indian Country Today on the Cobell trial. I was remarkably saddened to hear of the passing of this Indian matriarch. I had the opportunity to interview her and I found her open, engaging and accessible, which are my favorite interviewee characteristics.
I ask that God Bless her and her family in this new time. Through her fortitude, thousands of Indians will have their lives bettered and touched by her selflessless. The best part about her life is that it was lived for many.
We live in dignity because of her,
I will miss this glorious woman whom I never knew. I was so proud of, and inspired by her. She saw injustice and decided, if no one else would step up, she would. It was the right woman, at the right time, for the right cause, and my heart swelled with pride to see her victorious. I am Choctaw and not one of the victims of the betrayal, but I cheered her on and asked that strength be given to her. I hope that her loved ones know that I am with them in spirit, and will honor her and them in my way!
I was never given the chance to say THANK YOU to Elouise for her courageous, challenging, and determined fight against unfair acts by those who were supposed to be fiscally and ethically responsible to those who literally had NO VOICE.
I will tell my granddaughters about Elouise and the remarkable historical impact she made upon Native America. I will tell them about how she stood up and respectfully asked for explanations as to how this happened.
I will tell my granddaughter about how once she received all the answers -- or what could be assessed as answers -- she went forth and asked that a fair and reasonable compensation be set forth. She did not think of herself alone, or for her own tribal peoples, but she thought of others.
Because of her actions and many, many sleepless nights, and moments of frustration, many Native Americans will see some spark of justice and hopefully, will carry that forth in making our communities and tribes BETTER.
She never wavered. She stood tall and strong and purposefully went forth and proceeded with what she thought was right. That is a quality I hope my granddaughters imbue.
Logic and common sense were part of her person and bearing. I admire that. I could never completely tell my granddaughters the whole wonderful, amazing history of this truly honorable lady, but I will tell them what I know and I will tell them how grateful I am to know of the likes of her and her posterity.
May the Holy Beings, God the Father, Our Lord -- The Giver of Life be with you at this time and may Perpetual Light Shine Upon You All. When I think of Elouise, I will offer up a moment of quiet THANKS and gratitude for all the work she did on behalf of Native Peoples.
My condolences to Elouise Cobell’s family. What an inspiring women to fight this 15+ year battle with the government for what is right for many Native people and never let others discourage her from her goal for justice. She is a remarkable lady and a role model for many Natives to have the courage to move forward for what they believed in. Let us all learn from her bravery and have the drive and determination, we can all succeed in a positive way. Thank you Elouise for your struggles, strength, endurance and power of belief. You will always be remembered in our hearts and god bless you and your family.
The momentum generated by Ms. Elouise Cobell for the Indian Trust Fund Lawsuit benefited Taos Pueblo by being included as the Taos Pueblo Indian Water Settlement in the Claims Resolution Act of 2010. I am personally grateful for the determined and patient leadership demonstrated by Ms. Cobell over the years that enabled hundreds of Indian people to gain a measure of justice through settlement of the trust claims along with settlement of water rights claims for several tribes, including Taos Pueblo.
We at Taos Pueblo fought for the return of Blue Lake for 64 years and for our water rights for over 40 years and understand the difficulties we face as Indian people in fighting for our rights. My prayers and personal condolences to the family who shared Ms. Cobell’s time that she gave, while being a mother, in confronting the federal government on the trust fund issue.
Our deepest condolences to the Cobell family, friends, acquaintances, associates...
She succeeded in Washington, D.C. for all of us Natives, she confronted issues at the top and no one can stand in her place or her shoes. She is an example for all Natives to follow, to learn from, to inspire from, to seek higher grounds when it comes to Washington, D.C. and to NEVER LET ANYONE TELL YOU NO, TO WAIT, WE DON'T HAVE TIME FOR YOU.
She leaves a Legend and a Legacy for ALL: the AMERICAN INDIAN.
As it is said, She did what she was put here for and now she has gone HOME.
My prayers are with everyone that has known Elouise. She an exceptional, honorable, caring, strong person. I feel so connected through her videos and speeches. Elouise, you have marked my life, never giving up attitude. Your courage and persistence will never be forgotten by many, many thousands and thousands of Native Americans. I wish I had the opportunity to have met you, Elouise.
Thank you so much for getting what is rightfully ours.
I Love You. oxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
I will miss you. oxoxoxoxoxoxox
My condolences go out to her family. She was a modern-day warrior for our people. As far as I am concerned she never backed down from the fight she led.
She stood tall, and proud when most of us would let go. Our voices got lost along the way, but she would not let her voice be forgotten. Elouise stayed strong for all our elders.
When I was younger my mother would wait on her check, which was only 40 dollars. My mother would buy as much food as they could with the money they received.
We as Native people were overlooked, but we can no longer let this happen. Elouise made sure of that.
I am sitting here with tears in my eyes and much thanks for what Elouise contributed to our Native people.
She will always be remembered in our hearts. She fought the government and won. May her journey be well and her legacy not forgotten.
Dear Family and Friends of Ms. Elouise Cobell,
We here at Fort Peck Tribes were truly sorry to hear of the loss of Ms. Elouise Cobell. On behalf of all of us here at the Fort Peck Tribes, I would like to extend my deepest symapthies to your family.
Ms. Cobell's devotion to her work and lifetime accomplishments will be an inspiration for generations to come. She will be remembered as a shining example for improving the lives of Native Americans everywhere.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
The earth and its Indians need more strong and dedicated warriors like Elouise Cobell; she will be missed but remembered like a song on the wind.
Alvin, Turk and all family and friends:
No one knows better than you what a great heroine of not just native peoples everywhere on earth but of the unjustly treated everywhere you are now returning the very same earth. But her spirit is and will remain, not least where groups of people are gathered to wage the sort of battle against injustice she led so ably, determinedly and unstintingly as I am now. One of this continent's great First Peoples leaders once said that the soul that is afraid of dying, is the soul that was afraid to live. I have never met someone who so completely embodied that sentiment as Elouise. In the end, in life or death, all we who remain have are examples. Elouise was one of the best of them.
I, we, will try to live up to the massive challenge of treading in her huge footprints, here in Zuccotti Park and everywhere, anywhere, else where the struggle for justice continues.
Thinking of you all, and with you in spirit, today, tomorrow and in the weeks, months and years ahead in which, sometime, someplace, I hope we will meet.
Although I didn't know Elouise personally, I still feel she was a friend in that she cared about her native people and the wrong that had been done to them by the government. A strong proud native woman left us this week, and yet, I'm proud of her and her accomplishments and her deep love and care for all of us native people.
I hope our younger generations will learn of her and remember her strength inspite of the big obstacles she faced on this earth. She never weakened in her pursuit of justice for our people, and that is one character trait our ancestors of old were known for and respected. Let her life be an example for all native peoples.
My deepest condolences to her family and relatives especially tomorrow (Saturday) as they say their final earthly goodbyes. Rest in peace, Elouise.
Our battlefields have gone indoors to the courtroom in this day and age. We owe her a debt we cannot pay for her courage and love for all Indian people. She set a shining example of courage and tenacity for us all. Bless you, Elouise.
My hope is that there are other women in Indian Country who recognize the spirit, courage and committment that Elouise made to all Indian people and the principles of fairness and honesty. Hopefully, these women will bring forth a new wave of trust, truth and strength. We must tell our children and grandchildren about Elouise and encourage them to conduct themselves in such a way that her memory and legacy will be honored. I am thankful that I had the opportunity to know her and share thoughts and ideas with her. Never before has anyone had the mind, heart and guts to go against the Federal government and prevail.
I have recently learned of the dedication and tireless work that Elouise has undertaken on behalf of American Natives. I was saddened to hear of her passing, and wish to convey sympathy to all her many friends and family.
Love, peace and respect to all.
I don't know what to say about the loss of Elouise Cobell. She will forever be a symbol of courage and determination for all peopole. I am an African American woman with Native American heritage, but my Native American heritage is too distant to trace. I followed the story of Elouise and the lawsuit, because her story was about fortitude and faith. Her determination to stay strong for her people touched my heart, and she is an inspiration for people of any ethnicity. I don't know if the history books will include Elouise Cobell, but I put her in the league of great people, like Martin Luther King, who fought for social justice against enormous obstacles. To the family of Elouise Cobell and to the The Cobell Litigation Team, I just want to say "thank you, thank you". Elouise Cobell's spirit will always remain with those who remember her contribution to the people, and especially the native peope, of this country.
God bless you!
I am saddened by the passing of Elouise Cobell, she was a very brave soul. I am glad that our paths crossed that beautiful day in April of 2006 when I was able to join in with her and other supporters of the Cobell law suit as we marched from a U. S. Federal Court building to the National Museum of the American Indians, Washington, D. C.
Ms. Cobell established a historical legacy that is filled with American Indian honor, determination, and integrity. The torch she carried will burn forever.
I wish to email to honor the life and work of a great woman and courageous leader. May her work live on.
I would like to express my condolences for the loss of the great woman that was named Mrs. Elouise Cobell. She has been an inspiration to me as a woman who has had the strength and conviction to stand up for the rights of First Nations people. She is my hero and will live on in history, in my heart and many other native people’s hearts for many years to come. She was put on this earth to make all of our lives better and she accomplished what she set out to do....Thank You Elouise.
Thank you so much Elouise for your strength, persistance and your true guidence...and fight for all of our people...My sympathy for your family and admiration...to you. God has taken an angel with him and her fight is done. May you find peace.
Condolences to Mrs. Cobell's family. We've physically lost a very special human being but not spiritually--she's still with us in our hearts. She sought justice for us Indians and suffered the anguish of a hard fight, but her perseverance withstood all and won. Mrs. Cobell provided a lessen of fortitude, love and passion for her beliefs for us to draw strength from, which we must do to show her our thanks.
From Bemidji, Minnesota. First of all, thank you to Ms. Cobell for her tireless working for the Native Americans of this world. If not for her, none of us would ever see any kind of retribution from the U.S Government in regard to our land and/or monetary settlement(s). My sincere prayers go out to Elouise’s husband and all family members. May the great spirit be with you all.
Our condolences to the Cobell and Pepion family during your time of loss. Elouise is with the great spirit and she will always remain forever in our hearts.
In a lifetime, someone comes your way to reach out and makes a huge difference that will shine forever in your life and this is Elouise, who will forever shine in the livelihood of the entire Indian Nation...thank you Elouise for standing up to the Government - you are a true warrior.
Our path has been paved. We now must all stand together as one and fight for what is rightfully ours and our children’s. Thanks to her for being such a wonderful leader and making it better for us. Now we must hold our heads high. And keep what was gracefully started for our people and Move on for generations to come.
I send my respect for a woman whose spirit we will miss; a voice for our people. I pray that there are more people like you in this time where we all need to stand up for our native people. I will attend to this and much more in your name. PEACE to you.
I was very shocked to hear of Elouise’s passing. I will keep her family in my prayers and let them know how much of an inspiration she was and is. For one woman to fight for what she believed is extraordinary; not just for being native and a woman but for who she was and what she fought for. Although I have never met her she is an inspiration to many of us and we will continue to have a voice and fight for what we believe.
You will be missed Elouise.
My thoughts and prayers sent
I want to say thank you to Elouise for all that she did for the Indian populace. It was a long and hard struggle for her to reach this settlement and I want her family to realize we are very appreciative. I am remembering her in prayer today. Our thoughts and sympathy go out to the family.
From: Two Bears Growling Buffalo's Thunder of the Cherokee & Choctaw Nations
I was so saddened to hear our sister from the Blackfeet Nation, Yellow Bird Woman, had lost her battle with cancer. She gave so unselfishly to all of us who are of the many Indian Nations across the USA when she took up a cause for all our many peoples. She gave of her time, her money & her talents. Farewell Yellow Bird Woman as you went to be with the ancestors. Thank you for all you did for all the many people of the many Indian Nations across the USA.
Two Bears Growling Buffalo's Thunder of the Cherokee & Choctaw Nations
Thank you from my heart Eloise Cobell. You have served your brothers and sisters on this earth in the most honorable way, you thought of our children and fought for their pride and for their rights and tried to give them hope for a better day where we all can be more than what we were born into.
You showed them sister, you showed them all.
With much love and gratitude
Ahe’hee – Thank you, Elouise!
You definitely are an angel to the native people. Your tireless efforts to bring justice to the Native American tribes is a beautiful testament to the wonderful person you are.
You will never be forgotten!! Thank you for caring and not giving up!
I thank you for your brave battles. I am in awe of your courage. I appreciate all that you have done and I admire your strength. Rest in peace and may god hold you in the palm of his hand.
I salute this strong woman. She stood up for us and was a champion. The best words I have are THANK YOU.
Our deepest heartfelt sympathies for the loss of your wife, mother, and grandmother. Her battle for all of us will never be forgotten. She is up there among the great warriors of in our history. She fought for many that we could have something. What a wonderful person and it is so sad that we could not express this to her when she was with us. But please know that we are deeply saddened by her passing because we know she was a good woman and a role model which we hope our children and grandchildren will follow.
She was welcomed into the next life with open arms and song of our people on the other side. What a wonderful reception she received! A warrior coming home…
I am sure you heard this from so many people, but know that each message was heartfelt and sincere.
On behalf of all of the Lakota people on Pine Ridge who do not have the means to communicate, I send my sympathy and know that she will be remembered for the brave wonderful woman that she was.
God bless all of you and touch the sadness in your hearts.
I want you to know that many of the people who would receive the payment have said they will be buying propane and necessities. So know that she will be keeping many of her people warm and having money to pay their light bills. Indirectly she will be in many homes across the reservations – and helping many of the poor who are heirs to the original land owners.
She earned a great reward for helping so many Native people. Thank you for this wonderful woman.
I am not great with words, but I said it the best I can.
My Deepest Condolences to the family of A TRUE WARRIOR: Ms. Elouise Cobell.
We are so sorry to hear of her passing. She was a great woman, and fought to help so many others.
Magic is believing in yourself;
if you can do that, you can make
My condolences go out to the family, friends and all those that benefited now and in the future from the heroic efforts of Elouise Cobell's pursuit for justice. I'm honored to have met her through working on the "Cobell vs. USA" documentary and am dedicated to seeing it through fruition and sharing her story with the world!
Elouise Cobell's heroic battle, steadfastness and loyalty are an inspiration. Thank you for being who you were and stepping into action with commitment and love. Thank you for honoring your people and your ancestors and, in doing so, honoring all.
My thoughts and prayers are with her husband and son and all those who knew and loved her.
With love and gratitude
May we find our spirits growing stronger because of her struggle for us. Bless her family for sharing her strength with our people. May she watch over us until we can again stand as one people for our land and spirit.
I would like to give my condolences to the Family of Elouise Cobell. I am very thankful and humbled by her dedication and fight for us Native Americans, so that we may have justice. Pilamiya (Thank you) and God bless.
From: Fort Hall Credit Department
Please give the family of Elouise Cobell our deepest sympathy and that our prayers are with them.
A tribal leader now sits at the table set for her by her ancestors and her future children. May her place be of honor and respect. May all of us who remain behind find the same courage to teach our native ways to future generations with or without the money.
In peace may your spirit rest.
God bless Elouise for her strength, courage and skills to correct a major injustice toward all Native land owners. My heart is saddened to hear of her passing. She possessed dignity and cared for the land. All of Indian country will mourn this great lady. My sincere sympathy is extended toward her family, and nation. It is a very sad day that we have lost this great lady.
I send heartfelt sentiments to the family of Elouise Cobell and am grateful for her powerful contributions to Native Americans.
My condolences go to the family of Elouise Cobell. I am truly saddened by her passing. I am grateful for her fighting all those years for us Native Americans. I am so sorry for your loss, but know you had a great woman for a mother, sister and wife. She will be remembered always.
I just want to say Elouise Cobell was a very outstanding woman. She has given me hope and faith and verified my knowledge that women are strong in endurance and beliefs. She did that for us American Indian people and she is the only one that had the courage to fight.
My sincere condolences go out to this beautiful, strong lady. She helped our seniors who are no longer here to thank her. Although they are not able to be here with us today, her memories will be a treasure to speak of and passed on to the younger generation. She will not be forgotten.
I would like to express my condolences for the loss of a great lady, one that did not give up, and made a difference for all Native American Indians.
May the Lord bless Elouise Cobell and all who follow in her shoes. When my grandchildren are ready to go to college we will be sure to apply for the scholarship fund through her name!
Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of Elouise. The country has lost an exceptional person.
Elouise had an extraordinarily big heart and her tireless efforts on behalf of Native Americans continue to inspire me. I think of her often.
My sincere condolences to the family at Blacktail Ranch.
I thank you for all you have done. Your energy and insight was inspiring to all. May your path with those who have gone before you be full of bounty and joy, and much needed rest for your weary bones. Thank you for being a great warrior.
I just want to personally thank you for fighting for all of our rights as Native People. There is just not enough gratitude that we can give for all your strong persistence in fighting for what is rightfully ours. Thank you, thank you and thank you. May all the angels surround you!
Oh Siam, Elouise. Thank you in our language (Nooksack Native). I want to thank you for all you did each day for 16 years. I just hope to be half the woman you have been the last 16 years, helping all of us the way you have so unselfishly and with a big heart. I want to thank you and each of your family members for the time they shared you with us. THANK YOU WITH ALL MY HEART! God bless you as you go on your journey. I realize that even though we didn't know you personally, but I know that wherever you are you are on your right path. You are an outstandingly strong-spirited woman. You will always be my inspiration. THANK YOU!
I am very grateful for what Elouise fought for. Although the award money will not restore everything, it helps to heal our hearts knowing there are people, Natives, willing to fight for the greater good.
As my grandfather use to say, we must all unite to fight. All the tribes within the USA must stand together and fight for our future; the future of our children.
I just could not thank you all enough; you all must have given up time with her while she was fighting this huge battle, the battle for her life and for all of us Natives. I thank you.
If anyone's passing could be an inspiration to search for and find their purpose, your strength, determination and foresight has inspired me to find my place in the fight for our people. My generation of middle aged Indians are searching for heroes and leaders, and your love for our people is an enlightened one that will shine forever in our hearts and minds. I thank you from my heart and from the hearts of my family who have yet to find their voice. May your spirit continue to touch us in the afterlife. Rest in peace my sister.
I certainly send my condolences to all her family and friends, to the Blackfoot Tribe, to her associates, and to all of us who are in her debt through her efforts on our behalf. It is truly unfortunate she was not with us to rejoice in her efforts. The entire world is a better place because she passed through here on her way to a better place.
From: Albert & Lisa
My sincere condolences to the loved ones and friends of such an amazing lady. My thoughts and prayers go out to all you. There are no words to fully express how grateful I am.
So sorry to hear Elouise has passed on to the happy hunting grounds.