Brian Kent Blackdog, 54, of Fargo, North Dakota passed away September 3rd, 2019, at the Gladys Ray Shelter in Fargo. He was born March 4th, 1965, in Poplar, Montana to Rozelda LoansArrow and Alex Spotted Elk. Also, an enrolled member of the Ft. Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes. He graduated from Brockton High School and joined the army following graduation. He then moved to Rapid City, South Dakota where he worked in the sawmills. He later attended United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck, North Dakota where he received a certificate in plumbing. He lived in Sioux Falls, South Dakota as a laborer close to twenty years before he moved to Fargo, North Dakota. He was blessed to have four children whom he loved dearly, Bryanette Walks, Shaunna Blackdog, Ryan Blackdog, and Ryanette Bullhead. Survivors include his brother Duane Green of Sioux Falls, SD, and two sisters Dani Green of Ft.Kipp, MT and Shannon LoansArrow of Bismarck, ND also numerous nieces and nephews and grandchildren. Brian has proceeded in death with his son Ryan Black dog, mother Rozelda LoansArrow, stepfather Albert LoansArrow Sr., Sister Ida Mae Black Dog Bear and his brother Albert LoansArrow Jr. Services will be held at Presentation Prayer Center, 1101 32nd Ave S, Fargo, ND 58103. The viewing will be held on September 7th, 2019 at 10:00 AM followed by services at 11:00 AM. Lunch will be provided after services. Services will be provided by Boulger Funeral Home.

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  1. I met Blackdog years ago in 2016 i was pregnant and didnt know where to go. He warched over me and made sure that i made it back to Gladys ray safe. We remained friends since then, when he would see me he say “look there she is”. I will miss you so much brian! You are a good man and good friend. God bless you!

  2. I met this beautiful spirit working at Shelter doing a over night shift. he was a pistol of guy .lol but always made me laugh and love hearing his stories about family and history in service . We bump heads from time to time but he always said he was sorry gave me hug that kinda person he was . And sorry hear he gone but glad he not alone suffering any more fly on my brother 🕊️

  3. Loved my time spent with Uncle Brian in ft kipp and Bismarck,Mom called him Pete, cause he loved roaming around LoL such a kind hearted man, always had a smile and loved joking around with people. Surely will be missed Uncle Love you and say hello to everyone in heaven from me

  4. I met Blackdog when I moved here from Indiana. He was a good friend of mine. On days he didn’t want to drink he would hang out with me so he wouldn’t drink because I’m alcohol free. We would go places where there was no chance to drink. I will miss him. Rest now my friend. You deserve it.

  5. Rest in peace my Brother & CLASSMATE lot of memories from when we were growing up.Until we meet again brother fly high

  6. I met Brian a few years ago. He was always kind and respectful to me. And when he was tooted he would always say “there she is when he saw me.” I will miss him. Rest easy my friend for you are with our King. Prayers and condolences for his family and the Fargo
    Community that knew him. He had a huge heart of gold.

  7. SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR OF BRIAN’S PASSING THOUGHTS WITH PRAYS SHANNON AND FAMILY DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME

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