“ANADARKO – Funeral for Patricia “Tatoe” Ware, 63, Anadarko, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Redstone Baptist Church, Anadarko, with the Rev. Kenneth Sullivan and the Rev. Marvin Delaware officiating.
Prayer service will be at 7 p.m. today at Redstone Baptist Church.
She died Tuesday, July 7, 2009.
Burial will be at Redstone Cemetery under direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home.
She was born Sept. 8, 1945, in Lawton, to Wilson Mauchahty and Pearl Pewo Ware. She grew up in Broxton and graduated from Broxton in 1963. She attended cosmetology school in Muskogee for two years. She married Samuel Murrow James, Jr. on March 12, 1965. She was a member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, Kiowa War Mothers, was Kiowa War Mothers chaplain and their recording secretary. She was a beadworker, and worked at the Anadarko Gallery of Art for 18 years.
Survivors include four children: Jenny Lynn, Lawrence, Kan.; LaQuinta Vanette, Anadarko; Samuel Murrow James III, of the home; and William Lewis James and wife Teddi, Lawrence, Kan.; brothers: William Gene Ware, and Thomas Mauchahty-Ware II, both of Anadarko; Clifton O. Miller, Fort Cobb; Gaylon Charles Miller, Hinton; MacArthur Silverhorn, Anadarko; Robert Jewell Pewo, Apache; and John Allen Pewo Sr., Apache; sisters: Frankie Ware, and Jennie Marie Ware, both of Anadarko, Clarissa “Tweeky” Ware of Tuttle, Paula Pewo Peterson of Anadarko, Glenda Pewo Mendez of Lawton, and Ruby James Sleeper, Geary; three grandchildren: Darrell Thomas Johnson, and Aram Matthew Johnson, both of Anadarko; Leatha Pearl James, Lawrence, Kan.; uncles: Lehman Ware, Anadarko; Ted Pewo, of Dirty Shame; George Mopope, Anadarko; an aunt, Donna Tsatoke, Anadarko; and many other family members.
She was preceded in death: by her parents: Wilson Mauchahty and Pearl Pewo Ware; a son, Lonnie Wayne Ware; brothers: Truman Ware,and Wesley Everett Miller; a sister, Marcella Delaware; uncles: Sammy Pewo, Wilbur Braids Pewo Jr. and Wilson Pewo; aunts: Alice Miller, Dorothy Sapcut, Juanita Bently, Velma Tooisgah, and Marie Pewo.
Friends may call from 1 to 7 p.m today at Redstone Baptist Church.”
Wanda Jackson Record added: Jul 09, 2009