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DODSON- Darrell Andrew Doney (Double D) 58 passed away Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at his home in Dodson of natural causes.

    Graveside services will be11:00 AM Friday, February 24, 2017 at the Doney Family Cemetery. Condolences for the family may be left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com.

    Darre1l was born September 20, 1958 to Theodore Mark Doney and Sarah Josephine Gray Doney in Fort Belknap. He lived a short time in Hays, they moved to Beaver Creek on the Fort Belknap Reservation.

    He went to school at the beaver creek school. Then moved to Harlem to go to school for 1 grade. From there they moved back to Beaver Creek and went to school there till the 8th grade. He helped on the family ranch with the cattle, horses, haying. He fixed machinery, automobiles, helped the neighbors, trapped, fished, and cut wood.

    From there he moved back to Harlem and went to Harlem High School and graduated. While in school he would unload trains of salt blocks, and work with the handicapped patients. On the weekends he would help on the ranch. He was the center of the football team.

    After graduation he was hired by Texaco in Chinook to work the oil fields. He was there for 5 years. He met his Ramona right after he was hired. They moved to Rudyard to work on a Natural Gas Plant for Texaco. They lived there 8 years.

    Time out for trouble!

    They moved to the ranch and began their life doing what Darrell always loved. He loved all animals especially cats.

    He is preceded in death by his father Theodore Doney; his mother Sarah Doney and his infant brother Teddy Doney.

    He is survived by his wife Ramona; brothers Delphus Doney, Rodney Doney, and Keith Doney. He is also survived by his sisters Francine Hawley and Karen Reeves.



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From: Wade Stout

My sincere condolences. Darrell graduated with me in 1977. Darrell was great and friended me in a turbulent and trying time.

One piece of Darrell's humor I remember:

First God made the black man but he overcooked and burned him. Then God made the white man. God didn't cook him enough though. Then God made the American Indian. God cooked the American Indian 'juuussst right'


From: Gail Stiles Cummings

I will remember Darrell as the shy, caring seventh grader I taught when he was at Beaver Creek school! I cherish the only year I taught and he was one of my " three boys" RIP Darrell.!!


From: gene brockie

My boys and only knew Darrell through our lease agreement with him. He was a most impressionable fellow, polite, agreeable and most willing to go out of his way to help us. He did this even though it wasn't part of our lease agreement. We would like to extend to Ramona and his family heartfelt condolences. We offer our prayers for your comfort and understanding in this most difficult time.


From: Garry, Beth & Emma Casebolt

So very sorry to hear of the loss of Darrell. Prayers & thoughtso go out to Ramona & family. God Bless.







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