“MY GRANDMOTHER TOLD OF CHIEF RED CLOUD WHEN I WAS ONLY 7/8. YEARS OLD.,SHE SAID HE SAVED MY GREAT GREAT MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER WHEN HER HUSBAND HAD DIED..I CAN HONESTLY SAY MY SOUL AND HEART ARE FOREVER WITHIN THIS FAMILY..MAY I SAY THE. GREAT SPIRIT ABOVE HAS THE GOOD SOUL OF A GREAT CHIEF BE WITH PEACE. Virginia Floyd Peiffer of MARYLAND..(MY. HEART CAME FROM OKLAHOMA)...
“I am proud to have known Oliver Red Cloud and his oldest son and my good friend, Verdell Red Cloud. Thank you, Oliver, for letting me go with you to pow wows and sharing your family sweat lodge with me when I was a student at School of Mines in Rapid City in 1970-72. You called me Norwegian Pete then, and gave me some unique and fond memories of the reservation and the Lakotas. I was lucky to see the you again a few times these last few years, I will never forget that. Rest in Peace.
“I used to work in the Pine Ridge Hospital lab and Chief Redcloud would come in about once a week for his bloodwork.I enjoyed talking with him on his visits to us and i think he enjoyed talking to me too. I have just heard of his passing and wanted to say he was really nice too me and will be missed.
“Sorry to hear this
“RIP May Gods peace be with his loved ones.
“So sorry to hear of your loss,will pray for his Family.
“My deepest sympathy goes out to your family. May the God of Comfort bring you comfort through these troubling times.1COR.1:3,4
“Thank you for defending our people.