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Candice McKay

Candice McKay, 50, of Sheyenne, ND, passed away on Sunday, July 11, 2021, at her home, Sheyenne, ND.

Candice Faye Redroad was born on May 9, 1971, to Trudy Herald and Russell Redroad in Devils Lake, ND.  Candice was raised on the Spirit Lake Nation most of her life.  She enjoyed softball with her family and friends.  Candice went to school at the Little Flower Mission School and Four Winds School.  She worked at the Spirit Lake Casino in different departments.  She lived for a short time in Minneapolis, MN where she met Nedel and had a beautiful girl, Jamela Dama.  She returned to Spirit Lake but made many trips to visit her loving daughter as often as she could with her mother, grandmother and grandfather.  Candice married Roger McKay and lived out her days happily in their home in Ross Acres.  She enjoyed spending time with her many family and friends.  She was very spiritual and attended Sweats and Sundances.  She also enjoyed the Pow Wows.  Candice loved to spend time with her husband at the casino and making unforgettable memories with him where ever they went.

Candice is survived by her loving family, her husband Roger McKay, daughter Jamela Dama, sisters Robyn Ferguson of St. Michael, many beloved aunts and uncles from the Herald family, Littleghost family, Redroad family, Leftbear family and Blueshield family and treasured nieces, nephews and cousins.

Those who left this world before her include her parents, grandparent, sister Kimberlee Redroad and many other dear relatives.

Wake will be Sunday, July 18, 2021, at 5:00PM followed by a Rosary Service at 7:00PM all at St. Michael Catholic Church, St. Michael, ND.

Friends wishing to join the procession from New Rockford to St. Michael,  may gather on the St. Jerome’s road, Fort Totten, prior to 4:30PM.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday, July 19, 2021, at 10:00AM at St. Michael Catholic Church, St. Michael, ND.

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7 Comments

  1. Rest peacefully, Candace. Thank you for your friendship. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.

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  2. Cousin Candice,
    Just know ill miss your beautiful smile, laugh and most of all your hugs. I’m sure going to miss you 😘 rest in paradise 💜

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  3. Sorry to hear your lost my nephew as many times I visit with you and Candace I can still hear her laughing at my crazy jokes. Stay strong they say when a team loses the other its hard. But my nephew you have a lot’s of support and keep up with your traditional ways that will keep you strong. My prayers are with you & her family. Toksa ake from auntie Mrs. Stan The man

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  4. Rest in Peace my beautiful cousin. You were always the sunshine in my world growing up , you represented beauty and strength. I will always remember when i went for my 8th grade trip with the school you and Nedel came to pick me up at Mall of America so that i can visit and see Baby Jamela. I will always miss your laughter and keep all our memories near to my heart.

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  5. My dear friend candice
    I enjoyed working with you at the casino and staying in touch on Facebook.you will be miss more then you’ll ever know forever in my heart may you rest in peace my friend much love… Prays to your family

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  6. So sorry for your loss…. Will be missed by many..

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  7. Sorry to hear of Candices passing. We just now heard about it. She was a very friendly & happy person. Our condolences to the family. You were a wonderful cousin.

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