Everett Perry “Bulls Eye” Fisher, (Spotted Horn), 55, New Town, died Nov. 29, 2017, in a Henderson, Nev., hospital.
Everett was born Oct. 3, 1962, in Minot, to Harold Fisher and Mariam Bulls Eye. He was named after his uncle, Perry Willis Brady. He was a member of the Flint Knife Clan. He was raised in Shell Creek and attended school in New Town, where he graduated in 1980.
Everett was once married to Cindy Heise and through this union he was blessed with his first daughter, Jessica. He later welcomed two more daughters, Sky Rain and Alicia, with companion, Linda Follows the Road.
Everett loved to travel. His wandering free spirit took him across the United States. He enjoyed fishing on Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota, to deep sea fishing off of Catalina Island in California. He was a private person; he liked to play guitar and watch rodeo. He also enjoyed being around horses. His favorite football team was the Denver Broncos.
Everett is survived by his daughters, Jessica Lindley (Brandon), New Town, Sky Rain Mitzel, West Fargo, and Alicia Mitzel, Detroit Lakes, Minn.; grandchildren, Colten Uran, Katelyn Lindley, and Brayden Lindley; special nephew, Wylee Bears Tail; brother, Dean Brady; sisters, Jackie Bears Tail (Daryl) and Reverta Drags Wolf (Mike); aunts, Linda Driver and Claudia Mason (Matthew); uncles, Delvin Driver (Kay) and Marvin Driver.
He was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents, Jim Driver and Edna Bad Gun; adopted grandparents, Bulls Eye; sister, Georgia Fox; aunts, Germain Fox, Allison Hall, Hazel Blake, and Dorothy Rabbithead; uncles Francis Driver Sr. and Paul Driver Sr.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5, New Town Civic Center, New Town.
His wake was held Monday at the Civic Center.
Burial: Holy Family US Scouts Cemetery, Shell Creek.
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