Kīyksepah Ahchakos - Morning Star (Cree Name)De-Dro was an honest, gentle, kind, respectful, fun loving and energetic young man who always listened to his Chapans and rarely left their sides. We were blessed to have De-Dro with us for thirteen years and he leaves an emptiness that will never be filled. He was loved by so many especially his Chapans who raised him to be the respectful young man he was. He was never a boy to get mad and anytime you saw him he had a big smile on his face and the best warm hugs you could ever receive. De-Dro touched so many people in the short time he was with us. His "Mama" (Ernestine) will miss his daily visits asking when he can move in. He was a very proud big brother to his younger brothers Kayden and Lawrence. De-Dro was never a boy to sit around, he was always doing something daily. His Mosom said "he is the jack of all trades," whether he was on his computer, quadding with his many friends, or being with horses, he was his Mosom's little cowboy. He was part of a drum group where he enjoyed spending time singing and dancing pow-wow. De-Dro was a good hockey player, baseball player, golfer and hunter. He was just learning how to be a mechanic, he had his own tool box and enjoyed tinkering with quads and bikes. De-Dro and his brother Rodgerick made their monthly trips to town, the only store they would always go to was Best Buy to purchase a new game or a new piece of equipment so that they could improves their gaming skills. He has so many friends and as in the words of his Mosom" one would leave and another would show up". De-Dro enjoyed life and his life was a blessing, his memory a treasure, and he was loved beyond words and measure. De-Dro will be missed by his family especially his mom, Terrilynn and Kokom Denise, his siblings, his special uncle-mosom Sidney who would take him to the store or subway daily or to his friends to visit. He would light up and be so happy when his father Julian arrived to visit him. De-Dro was everything to his Chapans, he was their baby, their boss, and the light of their lives. He will be deeply missed by his friends. De-Dro was the circle of love that grows stronger with the memories he left us with and we are forever blessed to have been chosen to be his family.
He is predeceased by: his grandparents, Terry Mitsuing (1991) and Selina Littlewolfe (1999).
De-Dro leaves to mourn his passing: his biological parents, Terrilyyn Wolfe and Julian Littlewolfe; his Chapans who raised him, Ernest and Loretta Wolfe; his maternal grandmother, Denise Wolfe; his Chapan, Isabelle Littlewolfe; his siblings, Kayden Wolfe, Lawrence Wolfe and Isaiah Littlewolfe; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunties, uncles, grandparents, and many friends.
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