Dakota Blue Isaac
February 5, 1986 – September 20, 2019
On the evening of Friday September 20th, 2019 our dear Dakota (Scunge) Blue Isaac passed into the spirit world in Lebret, Saskatchewan. He was born on February 5th, 1986 in Broadview, Saskatchewan. Dakota (Scunge) is predeceased by many loved ones including his loving Great Mushum Martine Isaac, Joe Bear, Great Kokum Maggie Bear, Annie Isaac, Mushum Albert (Hiddy) Isaac, Wilbert (Taylum) Aisaican, Kokum Leota (Toya) Aisaican, Florence Isaac, Beatrice Bobb and his beautiful daughter Evelyn Patrica May Marie Mckay. He also joins his uncle Melvin Sparvier, his cousins Jimmy Dean Isaac, Mathew Sparvier, Monica Bobb and his best bro, Miles Thomas. He leaves behind his special Kokum Evelyn Isaac, Special Mushums: Sam Isaac, Billy Isaac and Ernie Bobb. His loving parents: Clinton Bobb and Benelda Isaac. Also, his biological father Barry Sparvier. Dakota is survived by his son Vance McKay (friend Tisha McKay), his daughters Hailey & Mila McKay (friend Carol McKay) and Alliyah Blue Isaac (Partner, Becky BigKnife). He is also survived by his sisters, Aj Sparvier (Wayne Sandy), Maggie Isaac, and Allison Isaac. Brothers, Anthony Sparvier (Jenna ) & BL Spariver. Left to cherish his memories are all his loving Aunties, Uncles, special cousins, nieces and nephews and special friend Tracy Taypotat. Lastly, he will be lovingly remembered by all his special bros and friends. Dakota (Scunge) had a passion for playing hockey with all his bro’s. He played with the Ochapowace Thunder and the Whitewood Oriole’s until he was 17 years old. He also loved playing fastball and played with great honor for Chetty’s Pretty Boy’s, and his family team the Hiddy Hard’s. Through it all, he loved to laugh and tell crazy stories with all his bro’s. Dakota loved watching his girl Hailey play sports, and dance powwow representing the Ochapowace Nation. He loved playing games and walking the hill side with his girl Alliyah Blue. He took pride in watching Mila play with her toys, and found joy laughing with her as she talked crazy just like him. He especially loved being with all his bro’s, keeping his heart happy by making everyone laugh. His spirit helped us meet and create unity with his boy Vance Mckay, who he loved as his son. His pride and joy were his children and he loved them to the fullest and often showed this with his big heart and loving hugs. We will remember him for his crazy stories that he often shared with his father and mother. Thank you all for sharing your life with him. He loves you all!
Family would like to request that there be no children at the wake and funeral, in respect for the parents and somber occasion. We invite the women to wear their traditional ribbon skirts and for the men to wear traditional ribbon shirts.
Wake will be held on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 4 pm, service at 7 pm, at the Chief Denton George Memorial Multiplex, Ochapowace First Nation. Funeral services will be held the following day, Wednesday, September 25, 2019 with a Feast beginning at 11 am and Funeral Service at 2:00 p.m. in the same location. Lunch to follow Interment.
Arrangements entrusted to Conley Funeral Home, Fort Qu’Appelle, Raymore & Wynyard SK. 306-332-0555.