Memorial services will be held on May 27 for Henry Greybear at the Saint Peter’s Catholic Church at 1:00 pm with a Rosary at 12:30 pm in Fort Yates, North Dakota.
Henry was born in March 20, 1944 in Fort Yates to William and Mildred “Chapman” Greybear and died April 23, 2016 in Dallas, Texas.
Henry married Annie Byjoe from Many Farms, Arizona on January 02, 1966 in Oakland, California. As a couple they said “Sugar Pie Honey Bunch” by the Four Tops was their song. Their love created four beautiful children. As a husband and a father he worked as a butcher and a mechanic to support his family. Henry considered himself as a self-educated man and traveled throughout the western United States. He would later settled in Dallas, Texas, where he worked over 25 years for Cosway. He had many trade skills; a Master Welder, Bomb Builder, Assembly Line Worker, and a Maintenance Worker. He enjoyed listening to Waylon Jennings and watching old western movies. He was a Minnesota Viking Fan. His appreciated Mexican cuisine and Chile Relleno was his favorite dish. He also enjoyed the company of his friends and was a good storyteller. Henry was a cancer survivor and had a favorite quote, “Never say Good bye, always says see you later”.
Survivors include his children, Curtis D. Greybear, Annette J. Greybear, Audie A. Greybear, Delayna Volk, and Ashley Tiger Juarez; two sisters Barbara Molash, Fort Yates and Janet Archambault, Mandan; one brother, Gerald Greybear, Bismarck; 19 grandchildren; one great grandchild.
Henry was preceded in death by his parents, William Greybear and Mildred “Chapman” Greybear and one son, Henry Jerome Greybear, Jr.; two sisters, Theresa Greybear and Margaret Leon; one brother, Delano Greybear.
Honorary Pall bears: Sandra Powers, Nora Benally, Francisco Morales, Dixie Escobar, Norman Treetop and other good friends from Arizona, North Dakota and Texas.