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Rasennes Pembleton, 43, of Akwesasne

Rasennes is survived by his father, Raymond; his wife Pamela, and their sons Rakwirahes and Rarontiiostha; his beloved aunties Katsi, Beverly, Debbie, Diane, Loretta, and his ista, Josie; his great aunts, Elda and Leona Cook; by his uncles Tom and José; and by his brother Shatereh. Rasennes will be sadly missed by his brother-cousin Tsiorasa (Randi), and his sister-cousins Wahiahawi (Kevin) and Karonienhawi (Edward); by his parents-in-law Ronnie and Pauline Lazore; his sisters-in-law Chrissy (Allen) and Terri (Washogeebic); and his brother-in-law Jimmy (Elaine). Rasennes will be remembered fondly by his adoring nieces and nephews: Alyssa, Taylor, Kallie, Easton, Sadie, Kaeliana, Allison, Reannon, Aanzheni, Wejiiew, Waznoday, Mushtewin, Tia, Rawennakaien, Rariwakerons, Kawennanirats, Ierihwanirats, Iehahsherenhawe, Karakwashere, Omadweyaashk, Kawennanien, Rotonhnahere, Tewatsirokwaks, Iewenneraks, Kanatires, Tehokwirathe and Karakwatiron. Rasennes is also survived by many loving cousins, and by his chosen brothers and sisters Lenny, Mike, Stacey and Babette.

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Travis Burnett

A pioneer in the flag football community, Travis helped co-found the Flag Football World Championship Tour, FlagSpin and USA Flag. Featuring 15+ years of content creation for the sport of flag football, creating and managing the largest flag football tournaments on the planet, coaching experience at the youth and adult level as well as an active player with National and World Championship level experience.

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