TONEMA, JULIETTA MAE - Caddo County, Oklahoma | JULIETTA MAE TONEMA - Oklahoma Gravestone Photos

Julietta Mae TONEMA

Satepauhoodle Family Cemetery
Caddo County,

29 Jul 1925 - 20 Sept 1946

The Carnegie Herald
Published: Wednesday Sept. 25, 1946
Young Indian Woman Dies; Was Active In Church Work Final rites were held in the Cedar Creek Indian Methodist church Sunday afternoon for Julia Eeeta Mae Tonemah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quay Tonemah, well known Kiowa family living east of town. She had been in a hospital at Talihina and returned to her parents' home in July where she has been seriously ill since. She died Friday, Sept. 20 at her home.
Born July 29, 1925, Miss Tonemah was a graduate of the Carnegie highschool where she was a member of the band and glee club. She took some work at Weatherford and Oklahoma City before enrolling at the Kiowa Indian hospital for nurse training when her health failed.
She was a member of the Cedar Creek church where her activities included young people's leader,k pianist, youth fellowship leader, assistant Sunday school superintendent, was district treasurer of the fellowship one year and assisted the pastor with revivals.
Service were conducted by Rev. Conrad Mausape, pastor, assisted by Rev. Geo. Sumpty and Rev. Melvin Boyiddle. Pitcher funeral home was in charge of arrangements.
Survivors include her parents and five brothers, Ernest Chanate, Carnegie; Cpl. Raymond Tonemah, Tinker Field; 1st Lieut. Scott Tonemah, Fort Sill; Harry Tonemah, Oklahoma City, and Oren J. Tonemah of Carnegie.

Obit provided by Lillian.
Photo Courtesy of Cokeman2

Contributed on 2/13/14 by donna_rees2003
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Submitted: 2/13/14 • Approved: 2/17/14 • Last Updated: 4/12/18 • R30885-G0-S3

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