Warren Dean Owen March 06, 1961 - June 25, 2021
Last updated 7/12/2021 at 6:52pm
Warren Dean Owen 60, of Rapid City will be held on Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at 2:00 P.M. at the St. James Guild Hall, Enemy Swim, SD with Fr. Charles Chan and Episcopal Lay Leaders officiating. Urnbearer will Aden Roth. Honorary Urnbearers will Thatcher Roth, James Rondell, Owen Rondell, John Rondell, Randy Iyarpeya, and all of Warren's Friends & Relatives. Family Prayer services will be held on Monday, July 5, 2021 and Wake service Tuesday, July 6, 2021 at 7:00 P.M. at St James Guild Hall. Interment will be in the St. James' Episcopal Cemetery, Enemy Swim, SD with Military Rites by Kit Fox Society. The Cahill Funeral Chapel, Sisseton, SD is in charge of arrangements.
Warren was born on March 6, 1961 in Sisseton, SD to Ivan Owen and Rosalie Barker.
Warren was a great man; he wanted to serve his country and joined the Army after graduating high school from Waubay. He was stationed in Germany for part of his career in the service. He was a hard worker and worked many years on road construction most of those years he spent as a pipe layer and operating heavy equipment.
Warren will be most remembered for being the kind of man that would help anyone. He loved football; he was a huge Seattle Seahawks fan. He enjoyed his time living in the Black Hills. While living in the Black hills he enjoyed hiking and site seeing. Warren loved to laugh and really enjoying telling stories of when he was young. Warren took pride in being an Army Veteran. Warren was a generous man, he made friends everywhere he went.
Warren is survived by his daughter Patrica Roth and grandsons Aden and Thatcher Roth of Watertown, SD, Siblings, Russel Owen of Watertown, SD, Mitchell Owen of Liberty, IA, Marie Owen of Watertown, SD, Lois Kampeska of Watertown, SD, Wanda Shepherd of Watertown, SD, Janet Campbell of Watertown, SD, and Brenda Uses Arrow of Waubay, SD.
Warren was preceded in death by his parent Ivan Owen and Rosalie (Barker) Owen; infant brother, Sheldon Owen; Sister, Wanita Mountain; four nephews Allen Baker, Tracy X. Eagle, Daniel K. Eagle, Sean Shepherd; and maternal and paternal grandparents.