Lee Funeral Home and Crematorium

3101 Dewdney Ave, Regina, SK


Armond Leslie Papequash

June 5, 1965June 14, 2020

Armond (Pork) passed away on Sunday, June 14, 2020 at the age of 55 years. He was predeceased by his biological parents Corrine Papequash and Elmer Brass; also Christina Papequash and Peter Brass, who loved and cared for Armond; his brother in infancy Floyd Papequash; brothers Kenny McDermott and Vern Papequash; father-in-law Ambrose Kaisowatum; brother-in-law Garner Kaisowatum; and numerous other relatives. He is survived and remembered by his sons Justin and Joshua Papequash; grandchildren Mary Rose, Kelan, Roina, Phonenix, Mateo, Sharon, Taija, T’Leah Meya; Honorable mention to his wife Shirley Kaiswatum with whom he held a bond in friendship, and they made beautiful memories together; Armond will also be missed by Anne Kaiswatum and family to whom he had friendship and kindness; sisters and brothers Delvina, Delvine (Vernon) Kaiswatum, Charlene, Carl (Nicole) Brian, Angeline (Jason), Peter (Christine), Charlie (Rose), Viola, Leona, and Ervin Papequash; as well as beloved aunties, nieces, nephews, stepchildren, and cousins too numerous to mention. Armond will be sadly missed. Armond was many things, but what he was most proud of was being a Mushum. A Wake will be held on the Key First Nation on Thursday, June 18, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. at the Saulteauxplex. The Funeral Service will also be held on the Key First Nation on Friday, June 19, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. with interment to follow at the St. Andrew Parish Cemetery. COVID-19 restrictions are still in place. Please practice social distancing.


  • Traditional Wake

    Thursday, June 18, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, June 19, 2020


Armond Leslie Papequash

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Violet Papequash

June 21, 2020

Rest Easy My Brother 🦅💛 You're with your Mom now! You get to be with her forever now! I moved far away and we didnt see each other very often you were always in my heart ❤ Thank you for being there for all the nieces & nephews! And for being there fir my Sin Wayne. He would give me updates on you. I would love to meet your Sons soon. I would tease you, you honetown was Ebenezer! 😁Till we meet again✊ Love you Forever 💛🦅🦋

Ron Papequash

June 17, 2020

this was my first partner in crime when I first hit the streets after 8 years in a foster home . I'll always remember him for showing me the ropes and being there when I was getting worked over by the cops . He was yelling leave him alone . And they did next I heard him yelling owwcoh lol. He was next . But he was like a brother to me when I needed one . Will miss his laugh . Rest easy 💔 bro.

Kathleen Papequash

June 16, 2020

I love you uncle we always had a lot of laughs and good stories you always had my back when it came to a bad situation uncle always had deadly quote to say the best one was “ don’t mess with the bull if you don’t want the horn “ lol to many memories I’m gonna miss you and Regina won’t be the same without you Rest In Peace. I love you ❤️

Victoria Crowe

June 16, 2020

Gonna miss you uncle, you were such a caring man, cared about everyone and love to tell some jazzy stories.