Jane Marie Whitecrow
”1937 - 2014”
Jane Marie Whitecrow
Jane Marie Whitecrow, of Miami,OK passed away on Saturday, April 19, 2014 at her home. She was 76. Mrs. Whitecrow was born October 5, 1937 in Lamar, OK to Ellick and Ruby (Newton) Ponder. She had lived the the Miami and Quapaw area most of her life for the exception of 10 years she lived in Denver, CO. She had been the manager of Papazano’s Pizza in Seneca, MO for several years and later worked as a cage cashier at the Miami Casino. She was preceded in death by her husband Jake Whitecrow in 1989. She was also preceded by her parents , 2 brothers, Richard Ladd and Bill Ladd and 2 sisters, Judy Carr and Martha Merriman. Survivors include 2 sons, Jake Whitecrow, III and his wife Sharon and Jon Whitecrow and wife Denise of Quapaw, OK, 1 daughter Jodie Whitecrow and partner Alisa Stand of Miami, OK, 3 brothers, Jim Ponder of Dallas, TX, John Ponder of Miami, OK and Pat Ladd of Los Angeles, CA and 2 sisters, Nancy Clarkson of Grove, OK and Dorothy Wooley of Miami, OK. Also surviving are 9 grandchildren, Tanya Chaney, Chari Martin, Brent Whitecrow, Layton Whitecrow, Mikayla Welch, Shelaine Mosher, Chloe Stand, Shelby Blizzard and Seth Johnson and 8 great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at G.A.R. Cemetery in Miami, OK. J.R. Matthews will conduct the eulogy with Native American Rites following. Pallbearers will be Wayne Blalock, Wayne Mullin, Michael Montgomery, Clinton Martin, Daniel Palmer and Blake Palmer. Mrs. Whitecrow will lie in state at the Crawfish Farm east of Quapaw until 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. The family will receive friends Monday evening at the Crawfish Farm with Native American services beginning at midnight. Services have been placed in the care of Paul Thomas Funeral Home of Miami.
Resource:Paul Thomas Funeral Home, (2014)
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