Raymond "Skillet" Tselee
July 3, 1947 - August 21, 2019
ObituaryHe was born July 3, 1947 in Lawton, Oklahoma to Herbert Redbone and Clara (Blackbear) Tselee. Raymond graduated from Chilocco Indian School and went on to continue his education at college. He was a part of a relocation program that took him to Dallas, Texas where he worked as an eye glass technician for 4 years. He was a member of the Apache Tribe, Apache Blackfoot Society, and the Apache Native American Church. Raymond married Ramona Gene Perosi on March 10, 1967 at the Indian Capital Baptist Church in Anadarko, Oklahoma. He was an active member of the baseball team and golf team, and won several tournaments.
Raymond is preceded in death by his parents, wife Ramona, brothers: Dennis Tselee, Leon Redbone, Jerry Redbone, Hicks Boyiddle, and William "Dink" Boyiddle, sisters: Theodosia "Tweet" Wheeler, Wilma "Straw" Wells, and Judy Redbone Tselee.
He is survived by 2 daughters: Barbara Tselee, Anadarko, Oklahoma,
Rae Ann Tselee, Anadarko, Oklahoma,
special grandson: Jaidyn "Moggie" Tselee
grandchildren: Kayla Tselee Cruikshank, Carmen Perez, Dulce "Coco" Tselee , Ramon Perez, Barbara Mari Perez, Damien Tsoodle, Mylee Tsoodle, and Jocylin Tsoodle,
10 great grandchildren: Ceclia "CeCe" Cisneros, Mikie Ramos, Junior Ramos, Jonathan and Christina Cisneros, Alex Galvan, Rubi Galvan-Tselee, George Tselee, Algeles Escobedo, and Julian Galvan,
brother Nathan "Jumbo" Tselee, Anadarko, Oklahoma,
nieces and nephews: Annie (Nestell) Irwin, Clara (Nestell) Clift, Andrea Tselee, Leslie Tselee, Donna Wheeler, Anita Wheeler, Dennis Tselee, Walter Wheeler, Kristen (Tselee) Miller, Christina Frost, Ashley Martinez, Gerald "Boo" Archiltah Campa, Sonny Tsatoke, Verna "Beans" Boyiddle, Edson Boyiddle, Dexter Boyiddle, Kellie Boyiddle, Gareck Boyiddle, and Jimmy Boyiddle,
special nephews: Marvin Wetselline, A.J. Wetselline, Lowell Mitchuson, and Freddie Galindo,
special nephew and friend Herbie Pebeahsy,
special nieces: Robbin Wetselline and Donna Wheeler, who were there for him when it counted the most,
and special sister-in-law Carol "Chickie" Campa Cramer.
Wake Service: 7:00 p.m., Sunday, August 25, 2019
Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Anadarko
Funeral: 11:00 a.m., Monday, August 26, 2019
First Baptist Church, Anadarko
Burial: Memory Lane Cemetery, Anadarko, Oklahoma
Under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Anadarko
Bradley Ware Sr
Love you Grandpa skillet and I’m gonna missing singing with you at the drum!!
I know your in a better place now Dad and I will always remember the great person you were. Always will remember all the laughs we shared. The family is in our prayers.
You will be missed, but never forgotten. We love you!!
I'm going to miss you very much Uncle Skillet most of all I'm going to miss our talks and visits I love you
Okla City, OK
Sorry for y'all lost
R I P Skillet
I'll keep you in my heart uncle, I'll cherish your prayers. Our deepest condolences from our family to yours.
Rest in peace, Skill
Ft. Cobb, OK
Sympathy from the family
Rest in Peace