Amy Many Heads

Obituary of Amy Tiffany Rose Many Heads

September 28, 1975 - Calgary, Alberta

March 1, 2023 - Calgary, Alberta


It is with heartfelt loss that we announce the sudden passing of our precious Amy Tiffany Rose Many Heads of Siksika, AB, on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, at the tender age of 47 years. Amy passed away in Calgary, AB at her mother’s home.


Amy was born at the Holy Cross Hospital in Calgary, AB, to Lana Many Heads and Joe Cayenne of Saskatchewan on September 28, 1975. She was a daughter, mother, sister, cousin, aunty, and friend to many.


Amy resided both in Siksika and Calgary, AB throughout her life. She attended Calgary schools in her younger years and during her high school years, she moved to Siksika to reside with her grandma and attended the Siksika High School but graduated from Grade 12 at Old Sun College. She always enjoyed working at the annual Calgary Exhibition & Stampede as a tour guide at the Indian Village or at one of the venues in the midway.


Amy was known as “Crazii Beautiful” to many of her friends because of her silliness and her good-natured personality. We will miss our precious Amy, but we know she is not suffering anymore and will be reunited with our loved ones who passed before her, whom she missed so much.


Left to mourn her loss are; her mother, Lana Many Heads; her father, Joe Cayenne; her great aunt Muriel Kirby who help raise Amy from a young age; her children, Kelsey, Matthew, and Tazra Many Heads; her brothers, Cary Many Heads, and Daniel Young; her sister, Ursula (Paul) Schmitt Carus; her adopted brother, Waylon Yellow Old Woman; her cousins, who Amy considered as siblings: Raymond, Lindsay, Tracy, Mataya, Erica, Roy, and Peter Many Heads, Jolie Winnipeg, Fritzie McMaster, Tyler Many Guns, Taylor Weasel Fat; her nephews, Trae, Ty, Reid, Hayven, Cassius, Tate, Zyrey, Daniel Jr, Chevy; her goddaughter, Miranda Turning Robe; her nieces, Cayden, Rachel, Delaney, Hope, Tienna, Lacey, Jessa, Ashtin, Raya, Kirsten, and Rihanna; twelve great-nieces and great-nephews; her aunties and uncles who she grew up with, Ronald Many Heads, Dyan Breaker, Arlene (Pete Eng) Many Heads, Jackie Weasel Fat and Jennifer (Bernie Pilon) Many Heads; her traditional aunties, Ann Marie (Leonard) Good Eagle, Laura (Gerald) Sitting Eagle, and Helen Flamand; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins too many to mention. 


Extended families include the Many Bears, Many Heads, Yellow Fly, Many Guns, Poor Eagles, Crowfoot, Duck Chief, Running Rabbit, Olds, Fox, Big Snake, Rabbit Carrier, Bull Bear, Red Gun, Wolf Collar, Three Suns, Right Hand, Back Fat, Wolf Leg, Royal, Cutter, Scout, Strangling Wolf, Weasel Head and Joe Cayenne’s family of Saskatchewan. If we missed anyone we apologize as Amy had many relatives.


Amy was predeceased by her maternal great-grandparents Lyndon and Dorothy Many Bears; her paternal great-grandparents, William and Nancy Many Heads, Joe and Ruth Ghostskin; her grandma, Cecilia Many Heads; her grandpa, Jasper Sr. Many Heads; her aunties she was close to, Rose (Many Heads) Jerace, Delores Many Heads, and Terrylene Many Heads; her uncle Jasper Jr. (Anne) Many Heads; her cousins she took as brothers, Darnell and Eric Many Heads and Lance Jerace; numerous uncles, aunts and cousins too many to mention. 


Wake Services will be held at the residence of Jackie Weasel Fat (Map 4, North Camp Area, House NCR195, Siksika Nation, AB) on Monday, March 6, 2023, from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.


Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Holy Trinity Catholic Church (Box 204, Cluny AB) on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, at 1:00 p.m.


Graveside Service to follow at Many Bears Flats Cemetery (Siksika Nation, AB). Drive Through Feast to follow at the residence of Jackie Weasel Fat. Condolences, memories, and photos may be shared and viewed at


In living memory of Amy Many Heads, a tree will be planted in the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area by McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes, Eastside, 5388 Memorial Drive NE, Calgary, AB T2A 3V9 Telephone: 403-248-8585.


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