Cody Jewett loved to laugh and joke

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Funeral services for Cody Jewett, 31, of Timber Lake, were held Friday, Oct. 12, 2012, at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in White Horse, with Mother Margaret Watson and Deacon Hazel Red Bird officiating.
Burial followed at the church cemetery under the direction of Stout Family Funeral Home of Mobridge.
Serving as casket bearers were Richard Dupris, Justin Miller, Dustin Nebel, John Biegler, Tate Miller, Riggin Smith, Stetson Wagner and Coy Yellow.
Cody passed away on Oct. 6, 2012 as a result of an automobile accident northwest of Timber Lake.
Cody Vaughn Jewett was born Nov. 28, 1980, in Rapid City to Manuel Fernandez and Beverly Jewett Livermont. He spent most of his early life in White Horse. Cody and his mother moved to Timber Lake in the early ‘90s. He went to school briefly in Timber Lake but quit to help support himself and his mother. He held jobs doing fencing, breaking horses and doing high-rise painting, which took him to various states. He wasn’t afraid to work and would find any job he could. He worked out in the Black Hills for a while until he could find work back in Timber Lake so he could take care of his mother.
At the time of his death, he was combining for Dave Biegler.
Cody loved to laugh and joke, to visit with people, and help whenever and wherever needed. Cody enjoyed the little rodeos they held in various places and was a mugger for the wild horse races.
Cody had many friends, some of which are: Verle (Bumpy) Janis, Brandon and Richard Dupris, Chad Holzer, Jimi and Artie Jewett, Dickie Steele, Justin Miner, Riggin and Dugan Smith, Dustin Ne and Matt Forje. Sometimes things got a little wild, but it was all in fun.
He enjoyed spending time with his family and was close to his nephews, Coy and Dakota. He enjoyed hunting and fishing with his cousins and friends, and “drinking a few.”
His main concern was his mother. Cody will be missed by all who knew him, especially his cute dimple when he smiled.
Cody is survived by his mother, Beverly of Timber Lake; three sisters, Rena Jones, Rhonda Bruguier and Lisa Jewett; children, Christopher and Dakota Jewett; Carissa Iron Wing and Coy and Ashley Yellow and family of Spearfish; two half-brothers, Manuel and Jaun; one half-sister, Lupina; cousins, Karen Garreaux and family, Harold Frazier and family, Ronald Takes the Knife, Gerald Takes the Knife and family, Franklin Jewett, Arlen Iron Wing, Roxanne Wagner and family, Rochelle (John) Garreaux Sr. and family, Sandra Wagner and family, Robbi McLaughlin, Donna Solis, Ricky, Sharon and Darlene Torres, Denise Sanders, Brenda Walking Elk, Judy Nichols, Tryone, Marty and Jerry Takes The Knife; and a special friend, Clemmy Swimmer and family.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Frank and Lucy Takes the Knife Jewett; brother, Delano Brugier; step-father, Donald Livermont; grandfather, John Takes the Knife; aunts, Greta Takes the Knife, Hannah Hendry, Helen Nichols, Martha Rough Surface, Arlene Iron Wing, and Genevive Torres; uncles, Gordon, Ellery, Calvin, Lawrence, Ellsworth and William Jewett Jr., and Tyrone Takes the Knife Sr.; cousins, Cheryl Nichols, Terrace Nichols, Lucy Iron Wing and Valerie Iron Wing; and nephew, Sam Frazier.

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