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Raven Beasley

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Raven Beasley Obituary
Raven Anastasia Beasley (aka R.B., R.Dizz Appenay), 27, and her infant son, Thayne Noel Beasley (9-months), passed away and entered the spirit world on Oct. 4, 2017 and Oct. 3, 2017 respectively, following an automobile accident on Sands Road in Fort Hall, Idaho.
Raven Beasley was born to Jake William and Veronica Ann Appenay Beasley on Aug. 1,1990 in Pocatello, Idaho. Raven attended Tyhee Elementary, Hawthorne Junior High, Highland High School and later the Sho-Ban School, where she was honored with the title of Homecoming Queen during her senior year. 
In 2007, Raven met Joseph DeLuna and born to their union were four children, Envy Ann, Kyrane Kareem, Anastasia Ivory, and Thayne Noel Beasley (born Dec. 11, 2016). Raven also had a daughter Isabella Beasley. 
Raven was a homemaker, loved to sew, do beadwork and care for her children, in recent times she obligated herself to assist her brother, Trevor, by being a holder with his Ba-Kia-Dah Indian Relay team, of which she was very proud and appreciated the many comments posted on Facebook and looked forward to continuing in this capacity. 
Raven is survived by her parents, children, brother Trevor Jake Beasley; sisters Brodie Beasley, Paige Beasley; uncle Shawn (Raelyn) Appenay, grandparents Casper and Billie A. Appenay, and numerous nephews and nieces.
She was preceded in death by her sister, Echo Plumme Beasley; aunt, Rhonda Lee Appenay-Yabeney; uncle, John William Appenay; maternal grandmother, Sharon Sheepskin Beasley; and paternal great-grandfather, Noel John Beasley.
Raven is a descendant of Captain Jack, Eagle Eye, Johnny (Toot-sap) and Susan Grant Stone, Jack & Nettie Mooveshe Calico, and Appenay/Holbrook/Sheepskin families from the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.  
The family will meet with friends and family beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 6 at the Putnam Lodge, Ross Fork District, Fort Hall. Services will be held at the Fort Hall L.D.S. Ward on Highway 91-191 at noon, Saturday, Oct. 7 with interment at the Episcopal Church (Mission Road) burial grounds at 1 p.m. 
Condolences may be sent to the family at: www.hawkerfuneralhome.com.
Published in The Morning News on Oct. 10, 2017
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