June 4, 1954 ~ May 11, 2021
Randall Roy Peltier June 4, 1954 – May 11, 2021 Randall continued his journey into the spirit world, on Tuesday, May 11th, 2021. He was surrounded by his two daughters, Rachel and Nissa. Randall was born in Belcourt, North Dakota to Ernestine and Roy Peltier. He served in the United Sates Navy from 1971-1973. He worked in the Chemical Dependency field for many years and helped countless individuals find sobriety. He loved his Native American heritage and enjoyed attending powwows and ceremonies. He loved country music and loved to sing karaoke. He was a cowboy at heart. Randall was beloved by his friends and family, and was known for his kindness and willingness to help those in need. He was preceded in death by his father, Roy Peltier, mother, Ernestine Villneauv, brother, Kenneth Morin, and sister, Katherine McArthur. He is survived by his sisters and brothers; Sharon McKenna, Bonita Manzi, Brian Peltier, Myron Okstad, Eldon Okstad, Richard Okstad, & Pierre Okstad. Daughters, Nissa Peltier & Rachel Peltier. Grandchildren, Ashlynn Robinson, Kenyon Villier, Aubree Villier, Christopher jr, Eulalio, Royal Blue, Zhaawan, and Zacharias. Many special nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, friends and family. Service arrangements to be determined.
Nissa, Rachel, and family all of you are in my heartfelt prayers and have my deepest sympathy. He was such a good man and dear friend and will cherish the memories I have of him. I know he talked to me a lot about his daughter’s and family when he was living in Elcho WI. I was even one of the ones that helped him pack to go back to ND quite awhile back. He talked so much of his family, his sister’s, brothers and had me laughing with some of the stories even ones about his mom and the dog. He always made me laugh and smile and he had the greatest smile and belief in mankind. He helped so many people yet I will never forget the struggle was real when I tried showing him how to use his cell phone. I will cherish the memories I have of him and just want you all to know even when he was living far away from all of you, you all were on his mind many of times he did tell me. Sending much love and prayers from me and my family to you and yours. Randall will be deeply missed. Safe journey home my friend…
I have very special memories of Randall in helping our family in need..He had good stories to share and made me laugh..