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CARROLL

Deplieth Goanar Jioklow

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2009-2021

Deplieth Goanar Jioklow, 11, of Carroll, died Sunday, March 7, 2021, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll.

Funeral will be held at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, March 27, at Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll. Casket bearers will be Goanar Jioklow, Chuol Buol, Jang Jioklow, Emmanuel Jioklow, Kak Kuoth and Joseph Deng. Burial will be at Carroll City Cemetery.

Visitation will be held from 10:30 a.m. until noon prior to the service. Those in attendance are required to wear a face covering and abide by social-distancing guidelines.

Funeral arrangements are under the guidance of Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll, and online condolences may be left for Dep’s family at www.sharpfuneral.com.

Born on July 2, 2009, in Storm Lake, Iowa, Deplieth was a son of Nyakhat Buol and Goanar Jioklow. He grew up in Carroll attending Fairview Elementary and Carroll Middle Schools. Deplieth was very good in school.

Deplieth was a fun and playful boy who enjoyed playing video games, playing sports and watching TV with his family, and he excelled in school. He was also insanely good at Fortnite and playing basketball. Deplieth was a member of Bethel Baptist Church.

Survivors include his parents: Nyakhat Buol and Goanar Jioklow; his siblings: Jang Jioklow, Emmanuel Jioklow, Nyajal Jioklow, Nyanger Biel, Nyamat Biel and Nyapay Biel; and various other relatives and friends.

Deplieth was preceded in death by family members, friends, and anybody who loved him.

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