Nathanial Randolph Butler

January 6, 1976 - January 28, 2020
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Nathanial "Nathan" Randolph Butler passed away January 28, 2020 at the age of 44 years in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Nathan was born January 6, 1976 in Midwest City, Oklahoma to Allen Ray Butler and Tommie Louise Doyebi.

Nathan was a member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma and descendent of the Otoe-Missouria Tribes and Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Nathan attended Frontier School in Red Rock, OK and graduated with the Class of 1996. Nathan was a member of the Otoe and Kiowa Native American Church and Kiowa Gourd Clan. Nathan was very proud of his traditional ways. He loved attending Native American Church meetings, sweats, and singing at powwows all over Oklahoma.

Survivors: One son, Raylen Browning Butler, El Reno, OK
Mother, Tommie Louise Doyebi, Carnegie, OK
Brothers, Christopher Adam Burch, Carnegie, OK
Almon Nelson, Saunders, AZ
Sister, Tasheena Nelson, Farmington, NM
Uncles, Thomas Butler & wife Elizabeth, Red Rock, OK
Charles Butler & wife Beverly, Oklahoma City, OK
Aunts, Francine Worthington, El Reno, OK
Carol Doyebi, Anadarko, OK
Francis McHenry, Coweta, OK
Grandmother, Francis Della Doyebi, Carnegie, OK
Many relatives and friends.

Preceded in Death by his Father, Allan Ray Butler, Grandparents, Raymond & Dorothy Butler, Brothers, Robert Burch and Sister, Jamie Burch. Brother Raymond Ace Butler and Quinn Butler.
Uncles, Jerry Lynn Doyebi, Frankie Doyebi Sr., and Nathan Bruce Doyebi.

Funeral Service: 10:00 AM, Tues., Feb.4, 2020,
Red Buffalo Hall, Carnegie, OK
Wake Service: 7:00 PM, Mon., Feb.3, 2020
Red Buffalo Hall, Carnegie, OK
Under the Direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Carnegie, OK

Service Information

Wake
Date: February 3, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm
Funeral
Date: February 4, 2020
Time: 10:00 am
Interment
Date: February 4, 2020

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Franklin E. Akoneto
Walters, OK
Sending heartfelt condolences to our relatives at this most difficult time.  We stand on our Faith knowing and understanding God's Plan for each and every one of us.  We are grateful for the many precious memories of joyous times shared by the close-knit family.  Tommie Louise and Aunt Della, your many Comanche relatives and friends are praying for your family and will continue to lift each of you in the challenging days ahead.  Love and prayers to all.
Grandpa Jamey and Grandma Georgia Noble
Stroud, OK
Our deepest heartfelt condolences to the family at this time of sorrow. Praying God will comfort you at this time.  Our Grandson Nathan was a very special young man. We're thankful to God Almighty for his life and especially thankful God placed him in our road of life. Enjoyed his company and sitting in meetings with him praying and singing.  A very humble and prayerful young man. He will be missed but as praying people we know he's going to a far better place.
Arlene Grant
South Sioux City, NE
Condolences and prayers for the family. Rest easy Nate!
Teddy Miller
Red Rock, OK
You are all in my prayers. Nothing will replace Nate but I pray ?? God can ease the pain until you meet again in heaven.
Jaclyn Sheppard
Pawhuska, OK
Rip uncle Nate.... Prayers for everyone
Chadoe Grant
Pembroke Pines, FL
Rest In Peace my brother! Love you
Augustine Tulsa
Okmulgee, OK
My condolences to Nate's family.
Crystal Romero
Red Rock, OK
Prayers for the family.  Going to Miss You Brother!!!
Barbara Cotten
Carnegie, OK
We are so sorry for your loss. Nathan was such a polite young man we really enjoyed having him in our library. We Will miss his smile. From all the girls at the Carnegie Public Libary
Michelle Doyebi
El Reno, OK
I love you and I'm going to miss you so much brother! Until we meet again...
Bert Family
Anadarko, OK
Keeping you, Tommie, and family in prayer during this difficult time.  Just know that we are uplifting you in prayer that the days to come will be wrapped with God's love and comforting, encouraging words that you received.  Love you and the family so much, Tommie.
Jasemin Topaum
Carnegie, OK
Beautiful soul and kind man. Always had a smile on his face and was eager to spread the love. One of the most amazing people I will ever meet. Fly high Nate, you deserve eternal peace and comfort.
Rob Botone
Carnegie, OK
Rest easy pahbee. Til we meet again.
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