Northern Arapaho Tribe announces COVID-19 death

The latest Fremont County COVID-related death has been confirmed as a Northern Arapaho Tribal Member, according to an announcement from the Northern Arapaho Business Council (NABC) today, August 20th.

The NABC shared the following:

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The Northern Arapaho Business Council offers its sincerest condolences to the loved ones of a Tribal Member who has passed due to COVID-19. The NABC is not naming the individual – an adult male – out of respect for the family’s privacy.

NABC Chairman Lee Spoonhunter lamented the loss of another Tribal member to this terrible virus.

“The entire Northern Arapaho Tribe mourns this death because we know the void that remains with the family and all who loved him,” said Chairman Spoonhunter. “May his loved ones find comfort and our Creator deliver us from this virus that continues to threaten the Arapaho people.”

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The latest Fremont County COVID-related death has been confirmed as a Northern Arapaho Tribal Member, according to an announcement from the Northern Arapaho Business Council (NABC) today, August 20th.

The NABC shared the following:

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The Northern Arapaho Business Council offers its sincerest condolences to the loved ones of a Tribal Member who has passed due to COVID-19. The NABC is not naming the individual – an adult male – out of respect for the family’s privacy.

NABC Chairman Lee Spoonhunter lamented the loss of another Tribal member to this terrible virus.

“The entire Northern Arapaho Tribe mourns this death because we know the void that remains with the family and all who loved him,” said Chairman Spoonhunter. “May his loved ones find comfort and our Creator deliver us from this virus that continues to threaten the Arapaho people.”

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