PENNI MARIE CLUBFOOT HAMILTON DIVERS
APRIL 14, 1964-AUGUST 26, 2010
Penni Marie Clubfoot Hamilton
Divers, proud member of the Northern Cheyenne Nation, passed away August 26,
2010 in her home in
She is survived by her husband, Mic Divers; daughters, Cristyle Garrard, Mellisa Garrard (Devin Lampert); son, Andrew Garrard; stepdaughter, Britany Divers; grandson, Maximus Lampert; father, Fred (Joann) Hamilton; stepmother, Sheryl Struthers. Her family in Montana include her sister, Michelle (John) Russell; Brother, Crawford (Arlene) Lonewolf; Grandmother, Susie Wilsey; Aunts, Adeline Fox, Rosalie Birdwoman, Cornelia Yazzie, Rubenia Lenyard; and Uncles, Allen and Clair Clubfoot; As well as many Cousins, Nieces, and Nephews.
Preceded in Death by mothers Dorothy Wahl and Loretta Clubfoot; father, Daniel Bearquiver; daughter, Nicki Garrard; sister, Bonnie Clubfoot.
Memorial services will be held
1 pm, Thursday September 2, 2010 at the Big Canyon Ward in the LDS Lake Point
Chapel, 1366 Canyon Rd., Lake Point, Utah, where friends and family may call
12-12:45 pm prior to services. Memorial services will also be held 10:00 am
Saturday September 4, 2010 at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic church in Lame
Deer. Interment will follow at the
Penni was the most loving, forgiving person you would ever meet. She was always giving food and clothes to friends or strangers in need, even when she hardly had any food or clothes for herself. She also loved to cook. Cooking was one of the ways she showed her love. She’d spend all night making an amazing meal just because it made her happy to make those she fed happy.
A favorite activity Penni shared with her children was renting a movie or two on the weekend and doing the “P’s”. The P’s were to get every treat you could think of that started with a “P”. Treats were things like pizza, pretzels, popcorn, pop, pringles and anything else that could be thought up. Penni and her children would then stay up late eating the “P” treats and watching movies.
Penni was a proud member of the Northern Cheyenne Nation Tribe. She wanted her children to realize how special they were to be members of the tribe, as well.
Penni was a wonderful caretaker and loved to take care of everything from kittens to babies to the LDS missionaries. It made her happy. She was well known for having the missionaries over for dinner or making them cookies, even when she barely had enough to feed herself. Those were some of the kind, unselfish acts that will be remembered by many.
Penni was a strong woman; she would work so hard to buy her children the things they wanted. Not only was she a hard worker, she was continuously striving to make her life better. She had so many reasons to just give up, but after a low point in her life, she’d still get back up and start pushing forward again with a smile.
It was impressive how much love Penni had in her heart to give and to forgive. She would forgive the devil. She had so many reasons to give up on love but she didn’t. She just loved everyone that came into her life without being afraid that they might hurt her like so many others did in the past. That is a rare gift the Lord gave to her, for there are not many that could love so completely and easily like her. She will be deeply missed.
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