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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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Graveside services for Enos Redeagle, 80, of Wynona, were held Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at Nelagoney Cemetery in Nelagoney, OK. Reverend Jimmy Hatfield officiated. Casket bearers were Steve Ford, Chris Redeagle, Chris Wood, Troy Newell, Courtney Redeagle, and David “DL” Fortney. Honorary casket bearers were Doane Eric Redeagle, Brandon Cole, Craig Wood. Jacob Redeagle, Morgan Redeagle, Braden Redeagle, Zared Cole, Zaid Cole, Gavin Wood, Carson Redeagle, Cameron Redeagle, and Braxden Redeagle.
Enos was born August 23, 1938 in Muskogee, OK to John and Annie (Wilson) Redeagle. He passed away January 11, 2019 in Wynona, OK.
Enos attended Indian School and was raised in Muskogee. He enlisted in the Armed Forces in 1956 and received an Honorable Discharge in 1958 due to injury. He also received a general discharge with honorable conditions in 1961 at the age of 19. Enos met Billie Beatrice Fortney in Muskogee and the were married on June 6, 1961 in Pawhuska. Together, they had four children, Anthony, Kimberly, Lisa, and Eric. During their childhood, Enos loved coaching baseball and football. Enos worked as a welder for Trinity Industries for 32 years before retiring.
Enos enjoyed drinking his morning coffee, sitting outside in his chair with Woof Woof and going to the casino with his sister-in-law, Deed. Enos enjoyed when Kim and Lisa would make him sweets, such as cookies, cakes and pies. He loved when the family came over to the house for the holidays and when everyone would show up to watch the fights on Pay per view with him. Enos also enjoyed watching his westerns and Monday night wrestling and loved sitting at his kitchen table playing solitaire. Enos also loved when his granddaughter, Tailor, her husband, Chris and their son, Gavin, would come over to watch sports with him and watch his favorite team, the OU Sooners kick butt. During Halloween, Enos would get a kick out Halloween masks on and scaring his family. Most of all, Enos loved taking care of his family, and enjoyed spending time with his family and making memories. Enos always went above and beyond for his family. He lived a wonderful life and had a heart of gold.
He is survived by his children, Kimberly Redeagle of Tulsa, Lisa Ford and husband, Steve of Wynona, and Eric Redeagle and wife Julie of Wynona; grandchildren, Brandon Cole of Wynona, Tailor Wood and husband Chris of Wynona, Craig Wood of Wynona, Jacob Redeagle of Tulsa, Gage Redeagle of Tulsa, Braden Redeagle of Tulsa and Torri Redeagle of Tulsa; great-grandchildren, Zared Cole of Collinsville, Zailey Cole of Collinsville, Zaid Cole of Collinsville, Teagann Wood of Cleveland, Gavin Wood of Wynona, Carson Redeagle of Fort Gibson, Cameron Redeagle of Fort Gibson, Kilee Redeagle of Fort Gibson, Rilee Redeagle of Collinsville, and Braxden Redeagle of Tulsa; brother, Charles Redeagle and wife Mavis of Pawhuska, Mary Francis of Muskogee and Josephine of Houston, TX; several nieces, nephew, and cousins; and many other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Billie Redeagle; son, Anthony Redeagle; grandson, Bradley; granddaughters, Angel Dear and Erica Rain; father, Doane Redeagle; mother, Annie Redeagle; brothers, John, George, and Joe; and sisters, Ann, Grace, and Minnie.
Arrangements and services were entrusted to Johnson Funeral Home, Sperry.
Online condolences to the family can be made at johnsonsperry.com.