Dominique “Niquie” Tracy King, 12, of the Lower Sioux Community journeyed to the Spirit World Thursday, February 28, 2013 at the Redwood Area Hospital. Funeral services were Monday, March 4 at the Lower Sioux Community Center. Interment was in St. Cornelia’s Episcopal Cemetery. Online condolences may be...
Redwood Falls Gazette - Redwood Falls - MN
Updated Mar. 6, 2013 @ 12:29 pm
Updated Mar. 6, 2013 @ 12:29 pm
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Dominique “Niquie” Tracy King, 12, of the Lower Sioux Community journeyed to the Spirit World Thursday, February 28, 2013 at the Redwood Area Hospital. Funeral services were Monday, March 4 at the Lower Sioux Community Center. Interment was in St. Cornelia’s Episcopal Cemetery.
Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. The Stephens Funeral Service - Redwood Valley Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.
Dominique Tracy King was born March 20, 2000 in Redwood Falls to Michael King and Tracy Dallenbach. She was baptized at St. Cornelia’s Episcopal Church.
Dominique attended Reede Gray Elementary and Redwood Valley Middle School in Redwood Falls through fifth grade, and then attended Cedar Mountain School in Morgan, where she was currently in seventh grade.
Dominique played volleyball and basketball, and loved ice skating. A very responsible girl, Dominique helped with church functions, babysat her younger cousins and her little sister, and prepared meals for her siblings – she was a very good cook.
Dominique liked being outside, swimming, going to the lake and tubing behind the boat. She loved riding horses and attended Sunktanka Horse Camp. Dominique also participated in the Sun Dance and danced at pow-wows.
She liked all kinds of music and her favorite color was blue. Spending time with her friends and family and hanging out at the Rec Center were some of Dominique’s favorite pastimes.
She often supported her cousins by attending their basketball games. Dominique was an awesome daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend. She always had a smile and was nice and respectful to everybody. She had a beautiful personality; she was soft spoken and gentle, big hearted and caring. Dominique will be forever loved and greatly missed.
Dominique is survived by her parents Tracy Dallenbach of the Lower Sioux Community and Michael King of Minneapolis; siblings: Misty, Mason and Deedra King of the Lower Sioux Community and Michelle LaRose of Minneapolis; grandparents: Rita Goodthunder of the Lower Sioux Community, Michael Dallenbach of Morton, and Karen “Flower” LaRose of Minneapolis; aunts and uncles: Tammy (Curt) Lund of Redwood Falls, Andrea (Kevin) O’Keefe of the Lower Sioux Community, Christina Welch of Minneapolis, Red Buffalo Dancer Welch of Minneapolis, and Dawn and Earl Pendleton; cousins: Jovi, Taylor and Sophie Lund, Cecelia and Ella O’Keefe and Cedar Welch; great aunts and uncles: Joan Pendleton, Jody Goodthunder, Gwen (Jeff) Kodet, Linda Wabasha, Candace Berry, Dorothy (Brad) Neis, Laura (Lonnie) Lamote, Linda Larsen, Terry (Sue) Dallenbach, Bev (Denny) Roper, Vickie Dallenbach, and Joe Bressette; and many other cousins, relatives, and friends.
She is preceded in death by many ancestors, her grandpa Gregory Morrison of the Red Lake Community, great-grandma Betty Dallenbach, cousins Shawn and Jarvis Wabasha and friend Skyler Gregg.