Kalcie Leroy Eagle, (Four Bears Nux-Bizi Dobish), 21, New Town, died Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012, in Parshall.
Kalcie was born on Jan. 2, 1991, in Minot, to Scott and Kandace (Robbins) Eagle. He will be remembered for his kind, loving and caring heart and his beautiful smile which everyone referred to as his mischievous smile. He was raised in New Town and attended New Town Public Schools where he participated in wrestling and football. He enjoyed cooking and baking for his family and always asked his mom to buy the ingredients for a recipe from his favorite cooking show.
Kalcie was known by his family as a snacker with a sweet tooth and always had his favorite candy, gummy bears. He loved to be in the outdoors and began hunting with his father at the age of 5. He hunted throughout his life with his dad, uncles and hunting partner, Dave. He was known for his keen eyesight and enjoyed boating and fishing. He also enjoyed barbering and would cut his own hair, the hair of his nephew, Taysean, who he lovingly called "Ratman," and his friends. He loved everybody and he treated all of his friends' children very good. He enjoyed traveling with his family, building or fixing things, listening to music and going to concerts. He loved all of the family pets, especially his boxer, "Bitzy," his beagle, "Leonitis," and Minnie Girl, who he referred to as, "Oh Minnie, my little Hooka dog."
Kalcie was a very generous young man who loved to shower his family with nice Christmas gifts. His sisters seldom called him Kalcie, but always called him "Brother" and he always called them "Sister." He had a nickname for most of his friends and family.
Our sweet and handsome son and brother will forever be missed by all who loved him very much.
Kalcie is survived by: his parents; sisters, Kacey La Rae, Katrina Lynn, Christy Jo and Demi Ra'chelle; adopted sisters, Patricia, Natasha and Mary Black Hawk; and several uncles, aunts, cousins and extended family.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Lenard "Jute" and Carmen "Dottie" Eagle; maternal grandparents, Donald "Litz" Robbins and Phyllis Matthews; and adopted father, Harrison Black Hawk.
Funeral: Saturday, Nov. 24, at 10 a.m. in St. Anthony Catholic Church, New Town.
Interment: Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery, rural White Shield.
Wake: Today, Friday, beginning at 5 p.m. in the New Town Civic Center.
(Langhans Funeral Home, Parshall)