Rhonda Lee Currey
was born on July 22, 1957 at Denver, Arapahoe Co., Colorado, USA
She died on November 3, 2006 at Rushville, Sheridan Co., Nebraska, USA
, at age 49;
RUSHVILLE, Neb. - Rhonda Lee Black Crow died November 3, 2006, in Rushville, Nebraska. Rhonda Lee Black Crow was born July 22, 1957, in Denver, Colorado, to Dorothy and Charles Currey. She was raised in the Erie and Longmont Colorado area by her grandparents, Chelmar "Moonshine" and Leah Miller. Rhonda shared many fond memories of her grandfather working in the coal mine, camping trips, fishing, and most importantly, grandfatherly advice and love. She truly adored her grandfather and treasured all the times she had with him. Rhonda moved to South Dakota in 1996 and lived in the Wakpamni and Rapid City area. Rhonda married Eugene Black Crow July 16, 1998. To this union a son, Shine was born, who is named after her beloved Grandfather. Rhonda, Eugene, and Shine moved to Edgemont, South Dakota, in 1999. Rhonda was known as a hard worker. She worked at the InterMotel Leasing, State Veterans Home, Fresh Start and started a little business, Shine on Gifts. Rhonda loved to do beading, crafting, gardening and working on the computer. Rhonda is survived by her husband, Eugene Black Crow, Wakpamni; a son, Shine Max Black Crow, 8 years old, Rapid City, SD; a son, Charles Feis, 27 years old, Longmont, Colorado; a daughter, Catherine Asmussen, 15 years old, Tacoma, Washington; a brother, Charles Miller, Wheatland, Wyoming; and many friends. Memorial services will be at St. Andrew Church, Wakpamni Lake, S.D., 6:00 p.m. Friday evening, Nov. 17, and December 2 in Edgemont at Assembly of God. Sioux Funeral Home is taking care of arrangements.
Published in the Rapid City Journal on 11/14/2006.1