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Anderson Funeral Home

505 Thunderbird Road
Tonkawa, OK 74653
(580) 628-2323
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IOOF Cemetery

102 East Grand Avenue
Tonkawa, OK 74653
(580) 628-2268
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Mccafferty Bolick Green Funeral Home

400 East Grand Avenue
Tonkawa, OK 74653
(580) 628-2525
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Tonkawa OK Obituaries and Death Notices

Neva Felix

Monday, October 17, 2016

October 11, 2016. She was born February 25, 1923 in Enid, OK the daughter of Henry and Maude Smith Crouse.Neva grew up in Pond Creek and graduated from Pond Creek High School. She attended Tonkawa Junior College with studies in Secretarial and Business Administration. She was united in marriage to George D. Felix Jr. and he preceded her in death July 31, 2006. They enjoyed life together, each being hard working with Neva as a stay at home homemaker and loving mother to her sons. She always had a big warm smile on her face and loved life to its fullest along with being the super-glue of a close knit bonded family. She will be greatly missed by her friends and family as being one of the sweetest, kindest and caring ladies on the face of the earth.Survivors include two sons, Dennis G. Felix of Enid, Douglas E. Felix of Hurst, Texas, two grandchildren, Matthew D. Felix and Nicki (Felix) Gardner and sister-in-law, Neva Lorraine Strait of Haysville, Kansas. She was also preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Mildred Barnes and Muriel (King) Bradford.Memorial contributions may be made to The American Heart Association or The American Cancer Society with Ladusau-Evans serving as custodian of the funds. Viewing of the services and online condolences may be left at www.ladusauevans.com.

Darion Alexander Hawk Terrell - Ponca City News

Monday, June 27, 2016

Aubrianna Evans, all from Ponca City, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.He is preceded in death by maternal grandmother Peggy Jean Costello, Ponca City, maternal grandfather Bill Seymour, Tonkawa; cousin and friend Scott E. Seymour, Ponca City; Cousin Jaylah Nichole Costello; Fraternal grandfather Marvin Terrell, Midwest City; and godmother Amyi Sue Pameticky, Ponca City.Other honorary people that contributed to Darion’s youth and life were Godsisters Kelsey and Kara Tidwell, and godbrother Blake Tidwell; Godmother Brandy D. Panther, Godmother Tanya Hilbert; Godfather Jeff Daily, godfather Darrell Thomas, godfather Steven Pike, godfather Chris Hand; Brother-in-law Brock Evans, and cousin and friend Trever Schrader.From the moment he was born he lit up the room with his smile, he was considered “the boy,” which seemed appropriate because he was the youngest of three older sisters. He very soon became everyone’s “boy” and so the name stuck. To his parents and close family he is and always will be “Buddy Bear.”He was a bright shelter in the lives of everyone that knew him even slightly or through others. He loved hard, laughed harder and worked the hardest, living a bright, enthusiastic, and magnetic life.Darion loved paintball to the point of making a business out of it with his dad and godfather Steven, He also enjoyed other sports such as disk golf at the local park. He loved spending time with friends and giving hugs so hard you felt them in your heart (and your ribs.) He loved driving fast, four-wheeling, fishing, shooting, and anything else outdoors. He had a strong commitment to the values of Batman and the adventurous soul of Star Wars and his love of Archer reflected his outstanding no-fear personality.Darion was a leader among his friends and community. He had the type of personality you couldn’t help but loving and following even if it was along the farthest dirt road which you would need to bring a wrench for because you would more than likely get stuck on the many random and spontaneous adventures Darion got caught up in.Darion had unwrenching loyalty to his friends and family and an unending love that was always growing through the many...

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Neva Felix

Monday, October 17, 2016

October 11, 2016. She was born February 25, 1923 in Enid, OK the daughter of Henry and Maude Smith Crouse.Neva grew up in Pond Creek and graduated from Pond Creek High School. She attended Tonkawa Junior College with studies in Secretarial and Business Administration. She was united in marriage to George D. Felix Jr. and he preceded her in death July 31, 2006. They enjoyed life together, each being hard working with Neva as a stay at home homemaker and loving mother to her sons. She always had a big warm smile on her face and loved life to its fullest along with being the super-glue of a close knit bonded family. She will be greatly missed by her friends and family as being one of the sweetest, kindest and caring ladies on the face of the earth.Survivors include two sons, Dennis G. Felix of Enid, Douglas E. Felix of Hurst, Texas, two grandchildren, Matthew D. Felix and Nicki (Felix) Gardner and sister-in-law, Neva Lorraine Strait of Haysville, Kansas. She was also preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Mildred Barnes and Muriel (King) Bradford.Memorial contributions may be made to The American Heart Association or The American Cancer Society with Ladusau-Evans serving as custodian of the funds. Viewing of the services and online condolences may be left at www.ladusauevans.com.

Darion Alexander Hawk Terrell - Ponca City News

Monday, June 27, 2016

Aubrianna Evans, all from Ponca City, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.He is preceded in death by maternal grandmother Peggy Jean Costello, Ponca City, maternal grandfather Bill Seymour, Tonkawa; cousin and friend Scott E. Seymour, Ponca City; Cousin Jaylah Nichole Costello; Fraternal grandfather Marvin Terrell, Midwest City; and godmother Amyi Sue Pameticky, Ponca City.Other honorary people that contributed to Darion’s youth and life were Godsisters Kelsey and Kara Tidwell, and godbrother Blake Tidwell; Godmother Brandy D. Panther, Godmother Tanya Hilbert; Godfather Jeff Daily, godfather Darrell Thomas, godfather Steven Pike, godfather Chris Hand; Brother-in-law Brock Evans, and cousin and friend Trever Schrader.From the moment he was born he lit up the room with his smile, he was considered “the boy,” which seemed appropriate because he was the youngest of three older sisters. He very soon became everyone’s “boy” and so the name stuck. To his parents and close family he is and always will be “Buddy Bear.”He was a bright shelter in the lives of everyone that knew him even slightly or through others. He loved hard, laughed harder and worked the hardest, living a bright, enthusiastic, and magnetic life.Darion loved paintball to the point of making a business out of it with his dad and godfather Steven, He also enjoyed other sports such as disk golf at the local park. He loved spending time with friends and giving hugs so hard you felt them in your heart (and your ribs.) He loved driving fast, four-wheeling, fishing, shooting, and anything else outdoors. He had a strong commitment to the values of Batman and the adventurous soul of Star Wars and his love of Archer reflected his outstanding no-fear personality.Darion was a leader among his friends and community. He had the type of personality you couldn’t help but loving and following even if it was along the farthest dirt road which you would need to bring a wrench for because you would more than likely get stuck on the many random and spontaneous adventures Darion got caught up in.Darion had unwrenching loyalty to his friends and family and an unending love that was always growing through the many...