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Clayton Good Luck

December 23, 1963 ~ January 14, 2024 (age 60) 60 Years Old

Clayton Good Luck Obituary

Clayton Chadrick Good Luck, Ische-Duuptako-Baax-Baash, (Sacred Bald Eagle), passed away on Sunday, January 14, 2024. “Chad,” as he was known to many, was born on December 23, 1963 in Sheridan, Wyoming to Jenny Mary Good Luck and Robert Bulltail. He was a member and a Child of the Ties the Bundle Clan. Chad was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and good-hearted friend to many.

In 1982, Chad graduated from Lodge Grass High School. He was member of the 1980 State Champion basketball team, the 1981 State Runners-Up basketball team, and 1982 undefeated State Champion basketball team. During this time, he was a Co-Captain in 1981 and 1982, All-State First Team Selection 1980-1982, All-Conference First Team Selection in 1981-1982, Montana All-Star Team Selection 1982. In addition, he played football and competed in track (shotput and javelin) and ran cross country for the Lodge Grass Indians. Chad worked as a supervisor for Summer Youth, a Teacher’s Aide for Lodge Grass Public Schools, a cable layer for B&B Tele Cable, received his CDL from Sage Truck Driving school, a heavy equipment operator for Bighorn County, and a plant oiler for Sarpy Mine—where he was known as “Herd Bull”.

On September 8, 1990, he married his high school sweetheart, Angie Mae Stops. Together, they have two beautiful children, Matthew and SaVannah Good Luck. They also have served as foster/adoptive parents to many in their 32 years of marriage.

Chad was preceded in death by his grandson, Garrall Dwaine, his mother, Jenny Mary Good Luck, his father, Robert Bulltail, his sister, Veronica, his adoptive parents, Myers and Juliet Black Eagle, and Leo and Edna Good Luck, Sr.. his uncles, Ralph, Aloysious, Louis, Sr. (“Tex”) Good Luck, and his aunts, Pauline and Myrtle Crooked Face.

Chad is survived by his wife, Angie Mae (Stops), his sons, Matthew (Felicia), Eric Tiner, and his daughter, SaVannah Mae (Kody Shane). His brother-in-law, Johnny Stops (Kathy). His brothers, Robert and Richard Bulltail, Tex (Coty) and JR (Aldean) Good Luck, Royce (Marion) Wolf, Dean (Almeda), Byron (Maria), Dale (Christine), Chris (Jacinta), Mike (Loretta), Brian Good Luck. Dennis Bravo, his adoptive brothers Gordon Real Bird, Sr., and Tommy Carpenter. His sisters, Margarita Bulltail, Geneva, Carol, and Germaine Black Eagle, Colleen Good Luck, LeVonne Spotted Horse, Bernadine Evans, Monnie Bell Rock, Jackie Pena, and Lorinne (Robbie) Burke. His grandchildren, Felix, Karlene, Jenna, Grady, Sparrow, Dalis, and Cyler.   

Chad loved to spend time hunting with his son, Matthew, and grandson, Tuff. Chad and Angie liked to travel, watch sports, laugh, watch movies and love to go out to eat. Chad traveled as a minister to preach the Word of God throughout the US and Canada.

Extended family includes Good Luck, Covers Up, Plenty Hawk, Bad Horse. Bulltail, Blaine. Left Hand, Little Light, Plenty Hawk, Bullinsight, Medicine Crow, and Little Owl.

Our family is large. If we have forgotten anyone, please forgive us and accept our apology in our time of grief.

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January 16, 2024

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Bullis Mortuary

January 17, 2024

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Bullis Mortuary

Funeral Service
January 18, 2024

11:00 AM
Spirit of Life Foursquare Church in Crow Agency

Interment following funeral service
January 18, 2024

Lodge Grass Cemetery
Cemetery Road
Lodge Grass, MT 59050


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