Name Nickname

Aaren Wilde Barbarian
  Adam Garcia The Animal

 

Amie Condon  
  Andrew Trafunt Action Andy

Anetelea Opetaia

Anetelea Opetaia T
  Anson Faumuina Iceman

Antonio Luchega El Nako

Archie Fultze The Flying Hawaiian

Bishop Littlefeather  

Charles Peters  
  Chris Johnson Slugger
  Christopher Nguyen  
  Conor Ferguson  

Corderoe Gonzales Gun-Em-Down

Daniel Hubb Vindicator

 

Daniel Pulp Soldier Boy
  Darrell Moon Junior
  Dominick Payne D-Payne
  Ezra Tuua The Joker
  Fafa Kolifosi Tee Bone

Greg Frisby Cream Puff
  Jake Mejia Big Jake
  Jared Earles Bulldog
  Jason Williamson  

Jesse McConnell Jesse Danger
  Jesse Soloman  
  Jesse Vasquez Corazon De Leon

Johnny Taunton The Cobra
  Jon Ressegine Bane
  Jonno Jones Nailed
  Joseph Canfield The Ring-Man
  Josh McClaren Soldier Boy

Katherine Mooter Trouble
  Keith Aumavae Yashua

Kong Thau  
  Kylee Larson Hurricane Gorgeous
  Laumua Lesu Hamo
  Localsilta Japerdo Younloed
  Michael Liufau Twista
  Michael Magnum Mayhem

Micheal Tuttle  
  Mika Silulu Lulu

Mitchell Call Mr. Tennessee
  Myke Bono The Honduran Hay-Maker

Nick Pless Pit Boss

Orlando Laws Young Raw
  Pagopago Lelilio Young Spankee
  Phillip McIntosh No Name Man
  Preston Lie Cream Puff

Robert Hayes Ranger Danger

Rock Siaulaiga THE Rock
  Rony Franco El Maltillo
  Ryan Vantine Little Butterbean
  Sarah Maupin Sunshine
  Shaquile Felicia Young Diesel

Simon Black Sr. Hot Sauce

Steve Jordan Taz
  Thomas Oscar  

Tim Field The Athlete Field

Tim Scates Ice Scates
  Tony Ridges Ladies Man
  Trevor Timolosega Sega

Tristan Slats Phantom Stryker

Tyler Milner Rowdy-Red

Uele Opetaia Rastamonn
  William Chiklak Half Breed
  Xavier Aquino Hands From Hell
     

IN MEMORIAM

In Memory of LeRoy Hayden



Chugiak resident, Jesse LeRoy Hayden Jr., 53, passed away Nov. 9, 2011 at St. Elias Specialty Hospital in Anchorage. Born July 15, 1958 in Anchorage, he was a lifelong Alaskan. He was a student of Chugiak H.S. Class of 1976. He was employed in the family owned business of The Metropolitan Show Club and followed as it changed to the Crazy Horse Saloon. His love of music and outgoing personality were a perfect mix for the business.

Jesse LeRoy died from complications of an anoxic brain injury suffered during a cardiac arrest on Oct. 6, 2011, which left him in a coma. He was a candidate for heart transplant after a 25+ year battle with Congestive Heart Failure/Cardiomyopathy. He fought a good fight.

He was an active member of Community Covenant Church. He was on the Board of Directors for Love INC., former Board Member of CHARR and Fight Night Boxing Judge. He loved fishing, skiing, golfing, poker, computer games, music and being adventurous. He loved Alaska and participated in everything it had to offer. He had a curiosity for life and a fear of nothing. He never met a stranger or least not for long. He was most proud to be a loving father to his son "Trey". His family and friends will miss his beautiful smile, bear hugs and his good-natured personality.

He is survived by his Son "Trey" Hayden III, mother Jeanette Johnson, sisters Jenada Johnson and Fabrette Campbell, stepfather Frederick Johnson, niece Mariah Campbell, nephews Jaden Johnson and Malachi Casey, aunt Barbara Taylor, close cousins Defford Taylor and Dwane Taylor all of Anchorage; half sister Thelma Hayden-Turner of Baltimore, MD., godsister Angela Fuller of Alexandria, VA., and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.

The family will have a private visitation Friday Nov 25th. The Memorial Service will be Tuesday Nov. 29th, 7 p.m. at Community Covenant Church in Eagle River. His ashes will be scattered next summer.

He is preceded in death by his father Jesse LeRoy Hayden Sr., half-sister Carolyn Hayden-Copeland, grandparents Ada Anderson and A.C. Collier, Pearl and Fred Johnson.

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