Lawrence Jonas Littlewolfe was a loving father, mosom, brother, uncle and friend. We remember him as a man who loved adventure, site seeing, the great outdoors, and he enjoyed traveling all over the place on his motor bike and in his motorhomes. He was a traditional dancer who often attended pow-wow gatherings in a variety of communities and enjoyed other dance gatherings as well, he enjoyed being around people. He worked as a Tribal Officer in Hobemma, AB and in Goodfish Lake, AB. He later pursued Culinary Arts at Portage College in Lac La Biche, AB, and became certified as a cook and worked a variety of jobs as a chef. Jonas was a family man and a friend to many.
He is predeceased by: his parents, Antoine Littlewolfe and Isabelle Pitchow; his son, Kelly Bear; his siblings, Bruno Littlewolfe, Alexander (Buck) Littlewolfe, and Linda Chief.
Lawrence leaves behind: his children, Heather (Morris) Lewis, Timika Littlewolfe, Julian (Mallory) Littlewolfe, Rosalynn (Shane) Littlewolfe, Micheal (Tianna) Littlewolfe, Bridgette Harper, Beatrice Harper, Monique (Matthew) Bulmer, Chad Reeves, Jonas-Lee (Tyra) Soosay and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; his siblings, Henry Pitchow, Cecilia Littlewolfe, Richard Littlewolfe, John Donnie Littlewolfe, Virginia Littlewolfe-Hunter, Loretta (Ernest) Wolf, and Gordon (Leona) Cook; his two aunties, Isabelle Littlewolfe and Clara Myo;He also leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and close friends.
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