OGLALA – Vincent Theodore Two Lance, 69, made his journey to the Spirit World on Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at the Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colo.
Vincent Theodore Two Lance was born on December 30, 1950 at home in Wakpamni Lake.
Vincent attended grade school in Batesland and graduated High School in 1971 at OCHS. Vincent worked as a Lakota Teacher at Loneman School in 1977and a Head Start Teachers Aide in Oglala in 1988. Vincent coached basketball at Loneman School from 1981 – 1983 and from 2004-2005. Vincent also worked for the food service at Loneman School, OST-TWEP, and at the OST Bombing Range. Vincent was known by his friends and family as “Chop”, “Silly”, “Soon”, “Friday”, “Ninja”, “Miyagi”, and best of all….”Papa”.
Vincent is survived by his children, Isaac Two Lance, Norma (Reuben, Sr.) Two Lance, Mesean Amelia (Dewey, Jr.) Two Lance, Dallas Two Lance, Mary Two Lance, Bobbi Jo Tobacco, Brandon (Marcia) Briseno, and Joseph Briseno, Vanessa Two Lance, Hatti (Jamie) He Crow, Filmore (Cheryl) He Crow, Jr., and April He Crow, and Julie He Crow of Evergreen; sisters, Beverly Two Lance, Violet Two Lance, and Norma Two Lance; brothers, Terry Two Lance and Rayford Featherman; hunka brother, Mac Hinton, Jr.; hunka daughter, Candida Bagola; grandchildren, Xavier, Uriah, & Wocekiya Two Lance, Reuben, Jr. & Baby Boy Looks Twice, Autumn, Kash, & Dotti Two Lance, Marques & Emlee Two Lance, Leighton Brewer, Houston Goings, Christian, Cecil, & Pamela Tobacco, Raymond Rouillard, Eric, Jayden, Sioux Renee, & Kimimila Two Lance, Sheldon, Tracy, & Casey He Crow; and numerous great grandchildren.
Vincent was preceded in death by his parents, Ernest and Mary (Featherman) Two Lance; sisters, Diane He Crow and Angie (Two Lance) Long Visitor; son, Robert He Crow; niece, Pamela He Crow; brother, LeRoy Broken Nose; and his furry son, Red.
A one night wake service started on Friday, November 13, 2020 at Governors Drive in Oglala. Funeral services were held on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at Governors Drive in Oglala, with Pastor Asa Wilson officiating. Traditional Lakota services were held with Mr. Richard Broken Nose. Burial was at the Broken Nose Fmaily Cemetery in Oglala.
Arrangements entrusted with Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge.
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