Teranie Rae Fisher “Rae Rae”, Nahkoxhaahketa “Little Bear”, born on April 21, 2002 to Cordelia Big Man and Stacey Fisher saddled her horse on May 27, 2019 to make her journey home.
Rae Rae, a cowgirl at heart had a passion and love for horses. She enjoyed riding when she could. If she got bucked off, she jumped right up and brushed herself off. Hurt or not, she always got back on that horse. Rae Rae didn’t stop there, high school football was a sport she played and enjoyed. Anything she could use her hands to create she would. She enjoyed baking, beading, sewing, drawing, listening to music, singing, weight lifting, collecting rocks, riding bikes and welding.
Although Rae Rae dressed like a tom boy, she could also clean up beautiful, like a bright new shiny penny.
She joked with everyone she knew, horse played with her nieces and nephews and enjoyed being with her family and friends.
Rae Rae recently graduated on May 17, 2019 from Lame Deer High School. She also attended Chief Dull Knife college and was awarded a Certificate of Achievement in Fine Arts on May 15, 2019.
She is survived by her mother, Cordelia P. Big Man; her father, Stacey Fisher; sisters, Alecia (Jesse), Kassie (Paul) Tierra; brothers, Garret, Brian, Carl, and Frank, crow mom, Shaliyah Falls Down; adopted brothers, JT Littlesun, and Terrance Limberhand; adopted sisters, Tawni, Trina, Ashley, Rhea, and Tia Littlesun.
Rae Rae has a large family and we apologize for not mentioning all family.