Henrietta M. Morin, 69, passed away February 15, 2021 due to heart failure. She was born March 21, 1951 at Fort Belknap Agency to Robert L. & Theodora Cochran. She attended school at Harlem, Hays, and graduated from Chilocco Indian School in 1970.
Henrietta was a loving and caring lady who loved taking care of those she loved. She was a natural caretaker; caring for her grandfather Frank when she was just 18 years old. She later cared for her grandmother Edna; and her mother Theodora. Most recently she was her father’s full-time caretaker.
Henrietta enjoyed reading, cooking, watching HGTV, Blue Bloods, and CNN, playing machines, sitting out back with her dad and her grandchildren was her greatest joy.
On June 9, 1989, she married Hal A. Morin at St. Paul’s Mission in Hays, MT. Together they enjoyed taking their children camping in the Little Belt Mountains, fishing, swimming, cooking out, hunting, and going to yard sales.
Henrietta started as a student for work study at FBC financial aid office in 1992 until 1997. Henrietta graduated in 1993 with an associate of arts in human services.
Henrietta is preceded in death by Daughter Amanda Ann, Husband Hal Morin, Grandchildren Kathy Jada Mount, Kelsey Cochran, Tyler Cochran, Jayde Stiffarm, Sister Avis C. King, Mother Theodora Cochran, Grandmothers Edna Warrior- Ball, and Rosie Cochran, and Grandfather Joe Cochran.
Henrietta is survived by her Father Robert Lee Cochran, Daughter Courtney Cochran, children Melvina (John) Hughes, Desaraye (Howdy) Mount, Jason Cochran, Hal (Monique) Cochran, Wyatt (Kiara) Hughes, Rose (Gerri) Cochran, Grandchildren Amanda H., Jay K., Andrew H., Desarae S., Howard III, Jeremiah M., John Jr., Breanne M., Antonio M., Brandy C., Jason Jr., Justina C., Domnique C., Trey Cochran, Marlee C., Isaiah C., Takeshi L., Ethan Werk, Colby Hughes, Gabriel Cochran, Niya Hughes, Hailey, Heidi , William, Aspen, Frank “Ernie” Crantz Jr., Joel Doney, Great Grandchildren Everly, Halle, Sariyah, Willow, Mezmarae, Kaylissa, Everett, Ky, Brother Joe Cochran, Sister Marlene Stiffarm, her best friend Wanda Crasco, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.
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