Audrey "Joyce" Quiver-Romero ~ Cikala Waste Win

Audrey "Joyce" Quiver-Romero, Cikala Waste Win, was born February 9, 1940, in Pine Ridge, SD. Joyce left this world to be with her family that preceded her in death on July 15, 2007. Joyce passed away at her residence, the Seven Arrow Ranch on Quiver Hill.

Meeting and guiding her home was her mother Lavina Richards-Quiver, her father Bert Quiver, her sisters Fern Fast Wolf and Twila Quiver. Also, brothers Bertie, Willard and Delane Quiver.

Joyce was a hard working woman who raised eight children of her own, and several of her family members. Joyce extended her home to all in need. Her love of horses was known to all who knew her or entered her home. Joyce grew up on Quiver Hill as a child and spent her life coming home. Joyce worked many professions from cleaning, hair dressing, cooking, teaching and managing the Wanblee Senior Citizen Meal Program. Joyce had many dreams, all mostly involving horses. She purchased land from her father on Quiver Hill and made her home there. She had her own home built and raised quarter horses and horses of her own liking.

Grateful for having shared her life are her husband, Al Romero, Harris and Angie Eisenbraun of Kadoka, their sons, Cameron and Jordon, and great-grandchildren, David, Kai and Cyril; Rhonda Terkildsen and Lee Addison of Belvidere, SD, and their children, Lacey, Pam, Cassondra, Eric and John; Niels and Michelle Terkildsen of Billings MT, and their sons, Royal and Chance; Monica Terkildsen and Terry Romero of Wanblee and their daughters, Alexandria, Antonia and Augusta and great-grandchild, Summer; James Terkildsen of Wanblee and his children, Tristian and Amber; Myrna and Dennis Swift Hawk of Rapid City and their children, Kenny, Audrey, Darryl, Victoria and Brian; Melda and Thomas Thunder Hawk of Rapid City and their sons, Trevor, Thomas, Jr. and William; Malinda and David Amiotte of Long Valley and their children, Davis, Joanne, Karen, and Medina.

Joyce was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Fern Fast Wolf and Twila Quiver; and three brothers, Bertie, Willard and Delane Quiver.

Wake services will begin at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 18, at the Crazy Horse School in Wanblee and continue until service time.

Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Friday, July 20, at the Crazy Horse School, with Richard and Carol Lee and Pastor Gary McCubbin officiating.

Music will be provided by Larry Grimme, Eagle Nest Drum Group, Ernest, Calvin, Howard, and Tyson Red Elk.

Pallbearers: Jesse Red Willow, Tom Poor Bear, Stanley Janis, Scott Romero, Cameron and Jordon Eisenbraun. Honorary pallbearers: Lydia Red Elk, Karen Sussman, Catrina Red Willow, Rosalee Little Thunder, Renebelle Penny and all relatives and friends in attendance.

Interment will be at the Seven Arrow Ranch Cemetery in rural Wanblee.

Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka. Written tributes may be made at www.rushfuneralhome.com