Annie Cayla Vivanco

Annie Cayla Vivanco

“Pumpkin Blossom

Blooming (Koo-

Ohserehe)”, 35, of Twin

Buttes, ND passed away

Tuesday, September 11,

2018 at Trinity Health,

Minot, North Dakota. Ser-

vices will be held at 12:00

PM CDT on Saturday,

September 15, 2018 at

Twin Buttes Memorial

Hall, Twin Buttes with

Jackie Sturm officiating.

Burial will follow at Twin

Buttes Congregational


A wake service will be

held on Friday, Sep-

tember 14, 2018 at Twin

Buttes Memorial Hall

starting at 5:00 PM CDT.

Annie, on the wings of

the angels, has gone on

her journey to rest in the

loving arms of her mater-

nal grandparents Mirriam

Bull and Clyde Bearstail

(KIA), her paternal grand-

parents, Winnie and Clay

Smith, adopted paternal

grandparents, Jim and An-

nie Crowsheart Eagle, and

her Godfather, Dusty

Starr, as well as many

close cousins and


Annie leaves countless

and immeasurable beauti-

ful memories with her

mom and dad, Gwenneth

Hostler and Virgil S. Ea-

gle; her step-dad, Leroy

Crow Flies High; her sis-

ters, Marie (James) Baker,

Chelsea (Mike) Kuhl-

mann, Sarah Eagle, Stacey

Schulz, Steff (Doug)

Haataja, Roxanne Schultz,

and Kerry Wilson; her

brothers, Sannie Hostler

and Vincent (Amy)

Hostler; her aunties,

Loretta Entze, Colleen

Wilson, Juanita Snow,

Judy Fredericks, Kathy

Bearstail Garza, Debra

Malnouri; her uncle, May-

nard Bear; many, many

other aunts and uncles

too numerous to name;

and her Godmother, Bes-

sie Starr. Annie counted

among her family, her

adopted sisters, Karissa

Diaz-Corral, Lisa Starr

Furr, Fawnah Muma, and

Rikki Gillette.

Arrangements conduct

ed by Barbot Funeral

Home, Beulah and Hazen.