Etheleen Mae Eagle
August 21, 1980 - September 4, 2008
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Etheleen Mae Eagle, lifelong resident of Ponca City, passed away at her home on Thursday, September 4, 2008. She was 28.
Etheleen was born the daughter of Frannie Arlene Littlewalker Eagle and Marcus Manuel Eagle on August 21, 1980 in Ponca City, Oklahoma. She grew up in Ponca City and went to Ponca City Schools and attended Ponca Indian Nazarene Church. Etheleen had many enjoyments which included listening to oldies music, watching movies, especially her favorite one, “Pretty Woman” and cleaning the house. She was a very lovable person who laughed a lot and loved everyone. But above all, she treasured the time she spent with her family and friends. She especially loved being with her son, Daniel Rain Eagle.
She is survived by her parents; son, Daniel Rain Eagle; brothers, Elliott Eagle, Archie Eagle, Anson Littlewalker and Jeffrey Wolfe; sisters, Snow Eagle and Summer Eagle; grandmothers, Evangeline Wedell and Naomi Eagle; uncles, Anson Littlewalker, Greg Littlewalker, Eddie Littlewalker and Jeffrey Littlewalker; aunts, Christina Calls Him Eagle, Teri Littlewalker and Elaine Primeaux; favorite sisters, Carlene Rhodd, Arlena Roy and Jean Roy; and nephew, baby Elliott.
She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Herbert and Ester “Hardin” Eagle and Don Wedell.
Casket bearers for the service will be Robert Primeaux, Chris Primeaux, Curtis Primeaux Jr., Anson Eagle Littlewalker, Archie Eagle, Elliott Eagle and Daahonga Littlewalker.
Honorary bearers will be Anson Littlewalker, Thomas “T.J.” Knight Jr., Rick Lee, Eaglemaker Littlewalker and Herbert Primeaux.
A traditional noon meal will be at the Cultural Center before the funeral service. The funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. at the Ponca Tribal Cultural Center on Monday, September 8, 2008 with Reverend Louis Headman of Ponca Indian Church of the Nazarene officiating. Interment will follow at the Ponca Tribal Cemetery under the direction of Grace Memorial Chapel.

Traditional Tribal Funeral

Monday September 8, 2008, 2 p.m. at Ponca Tribal Cultural Center
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