Photo courtesy of O.E. Larson-Osborne Mortuary---Rainville Brothers Chapel - Minneapolis

Audrey Banks

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. We're sending you a hug from afar.

Thoughts and prayers to the entire Banks family! I love and miss you and send you my deepest sympathy for the passing of my auntie. She share with me her fry bread recipe and for that I will be forever grateful! Rest in Peace, Auntie.

Dear Audrey's children,
Our prayers are with you from your auntie Charlotte and your cousins, Heather and Paul.
I did not get to grow up with my sister but got to know her and her children after I became an adult.
During those years we had some good times. I will miss Audrey. I love her.
Love, Charlotte

Delmar, Greg, and family,
We are very saddened to here of your great loss, we feel your pain and sorrow, sending 'Love and Healing' your way.
Your Mother was so beautiful and she had beautiful Children, she was blessed. Now she is with Brian, BLESS THEM BOTH. The Sobotta Family

Your mom was a friend of my mom (Carrie Sayers Thompson) since the Pipestone/Flandreau boarding school days. She never failed to ask me how my mom was doing each time we met. I will remember her as a strong woman, but in a kind, gentle sort of way. Thinking of you all and keeping you in my prayers.

Her legacy will live on thru her family.

Our Beloved Auntie Audrey will always be our hero -- how we wish we had many more years together. We pray not simply for the entire Banks clan, but for the individuals and families Audrey assisted and inspired. Miigwetch to all for sharing your stories, for your prayers, for the drum, the songs, the ceremonies. We will forever miss and love our beautiful Auntie Audrey. Our hearts, condolences and prayers to her siblings, children, grandchildren, colleagues and friends. The world will never be...

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

I remember Audrey helping me get through jr. high school. In her quiet way, she gave me confidence to set goals. Her belief in me helped me believe in myself, and go further than I ever would have on my own. She was one of the most effective counselors I ever had. I imagine she helped a lot of students reach their potential.


Audrey's Obituaries

Audrey Banks, age 77 of Minneapolis. Survived by her children, Delmar Banks, Jeanne (Mark) Winslow, Bernadine Harroun, Greg (Renee) Banks, and Gina Harroun; many grandchildren, relatives and friends.Wake in Minneapolis will be on Friday, October 21, 2011 at 4:00 PM at MIAC (Minneapols American...

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