Glenn P. Belgarde, Jr., known as “Hambone” or “Jr”, age 39, of Mandan, ND, died Tuesday, September 20, 2016, at his home.

Glenn P. Belgarde, Jr., known as “Hambone” or “Jr”, age 39, of Mandan, ND, died Tuesday, September 20, 2016, at his home.


His wake will begin Sunday at 5 p.m. with a Rosary Service held at 8 p.m. all in St. Michael Recreation Center, St. Michael, ND. Friends wanting to join the procession from New Rockford, ND to St. Michael may gather prior to 4:45 p.m. Sunday, at the junction of Highways 281 and 57. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday, September 26 at 10 a.m. in St. Michael’s Catholic Church, St. Michael. Interment will be in St. Michael’s Catholic Cemetery, St. Michael. Father Paul Schuster will officiate.


Casket Bearers will be Larson Fasthorse, Scott Jetty, Danny Morsette, Jesse McKay, Brandon Idland, Delmar Youngbird, Jr., Champ Delorme, Dustin Jetty, Kurtis Moran and Rick Walters Jr.


Honorary Bearers are all of Hambone’s family and friends, as there are too many to name.


Glenn Patrick Belgarde, Jr., son of Glenn P. Belgarde, Sr. and Alice M. Dogskin, was born January 30, 1977, in Devils Lake, ND. He lived in Fort Totten, ND, during his younger years and later moved to Dickinson, ND, with his mother and step-father, Dallas, where he graduated high school. They then moved to the Bismarck/ Mandan area. Glenn worked many jobs in his short time; he worked at White House Café, Spirit Lake Ambulance Service, Fort Totten Police Department, Spirit Lake Casino, and United Tribes Technical College.

Hambone had most recently worked at Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue, this is where his main passion was. He battled many illnesses and was forced by his health to resign.


Glenn met his wife Janice in 2002, and they were married in 2009. They lived in Mandan until they divorced, remaining good friends.


Hambone had many enjoyments in life. His favorite was to put a smile on everyone’s face. He had many friends from all over. He enjoyed dancing, singing, fishing, riding his motorcycle, and playing guitar. His main enjoyment for past time was traveling. He was very loving, caring, respectful, helpful and thoughtful. He faced many, many illnesses, but never let it get him down; He will be missed by his many family members and friends, and his faithful dog companion, Toby.


He is survived by his mother, Alice Dogskin; step-father, Dallas Dogskin; son, Wylee Belgarde; daughters, Candice Brown and Precious Wanna; step-daughter, Alex Cadotte; step-granddaughter, RubyDawn Cadotte; his god-child, Heaven Walkingeagle; sister, Denise Walkingeagle; brother, Delmer (Lorna) Youngbird; many aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews; and  his adopted parents, Dianne Primeaux and Nelson Heart.
Glenn was preceeded in death by his father, Glenn P. Belgarde, Sr.; aunts, Sarah Jetty and  Olivia “Mae” Jetty; uncles, Daniel Jetty and Chuck Belgarde; maternal grandparents, Oliver and Sarah Jetty; paternal grandparents, Pat and Rachael Belgarde; cousins, Laura Jetty, Zephren Jetty and Wayne Anderson; and other members of the Belgarde family.


On-line condolences may be sent at www.EvansFuneral HomeND.com.


Glenn is in the care of Evans Funeral Home, New Rockford.