Elton Roy Jones

March 29, 1961 - May 15, 2019
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Elton Roy Jones, 58 of Anadarko, Oklahoma, was born March 29, 1961 in Clinton to Frank Roger Jones Sr. and Juanita Marie Lorentz. He passed away May 15, 2019 in Chickasha, Oklahoma.
Elton attended schools in Shawnee and Anadarko, where he finished at Riverside Indian School.
Elton’s first trade path was roofing, where he traveled from Louisiana to Denver on various roofing projects. Elton was a mechanic by trade, where he enjoyed assisting others with their vehicle needs.
Elton loved to fish with his family and friends, as he had many “secret fishing holes”, although he would not tell you where they were located to keep the waters stocked. Elton was passionate about his belief of “Bigfoot” and shared many stories and encounters with the mysterious creature. Elton enjoyed hiking and hunting as he adored nature. Elton loved to ride motorcycles and enjoyed working on them. Elton was a collector of nostalgic memorabilia as well as Native American related relics. Elton was a very kind hearted, giving, and loving soul. Elton would always have something to share with loved ones and he gave in such a loving fashion, as if he was giving away items to royalty, it sure made his gifts significant. Elton loved to cook for his family. His grandbabies loved “Grandpa’s potatoes”. Elton would never serve instant potatoes, they had to be “real”. Elton was very proud of his native heritage, as he was an enrolled member of the Kiowa Tribe, and a descendant of the Cheyenne, Cherokee, and Sioux tribes. Elton was a natural warrior as he was a descendant of the Tonkeahbo Kiowa family, Red Tipi Kiowa family, Satank Chief of the Kiowa Tribe, as well as “Kills Fire” of the Sand Creek Massacre of the Cheyenne Tribe. Elton’s Cherokee heritage stemmed directly from the “Trail of Tears” via his Great Grandmother Fannie Mocker’s foot path to Oklahoma Territory.
Pallbearers: Tyler Frank Jones, Roger Alec Jones, Justin Roy Jones, Frank Saumty, Theron Tartsah, Garrett Tartsah, Josey Miller, Jake Ricker, John Campbell.
Honorary Pallbearers: Adam Kaulaity Jr., Zachariah Quetone, Josiah Miller, Herschel Elton Miller, Bobby Dean Miller, Blake Miller, Jared Tartsah, Rick Stockton, and Freddie Galindo.
Survivors include Spouse: Shelly Campbell of the home Sons: Justin Roy Jones of Lawton, Oklahoma Roger Alec Jones of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Tyler Frank Jones of Anadarko, Oklahoma Zachariah Quetone of Anadarko, Oklahoma Daughters: Tana Lynn Boswell of Weatherford, Oklahoma Holly Quetone of Anadarko, Oklahoma Sienna Quetone of Anadarko, Oklahoma Mother: Juanita Marie Kaulaity Lorentz of Carnegie, Oklahoma Brother: Frank Saumty of Wayne, Oklahoma Sisters: Juanita Louise Miller & husband Josey Miller of Shawnee, Oklahoma Elizabeth Ruth Tartsah & husband Garrett Tartsah of Mountain View, Oklahoma Tina Marie Tartsah & husband Theron Tartsah of Anadarko, Oklahoma
Uncles: Herschel Kaulaity of Tahlequah, Oklahoma Joe Saumty-Jones of Shawnee, Oklahoma Sam “Bud” Saumty-Jones of Tulsa, Oklahoma John C. Saumty-Jones of Shawnee, Oklahoma Carroll “Wimp” Saumty-Jones of Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Aunts: Wyvonna Leu Hatley of Wagoner, Oklahoma Carolyn Levi of El Reno, Oklahoma As well as sixteen grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and a host of friends and relatives.

Funeral: 11:00 a.m., Thursday, May 23, 2019 JJ Methvin Memorial United Methodist, Anadarko, Oklahoma
Wake: 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, Match 22, 2019 Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Anadarko, Oklahoma
Interment: Tonkeahbo Cemetery, Mountain View, Oklahoma
Services under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Anadarko, Oklahoma




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Nettie Sanders
Oklahoma City, OK
RIP brother much love always
Nettie Sanders
Oklahoma City, OK
RIP brother much love always
JudyBruce
Hinton, OK
Rest in peace brother.  Keep on Squatchin. Love always.
Gaby Fernandez
Altus, OK
I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of Elton. I can’t imagine how difficult these times must be for you loved ones. Please remember and take hope in the message Jehovah God gives us in Acts 24:15, which says “there is going to be a resurrection”. There's more information on this promise that God gives us at jw.org in both English and Spanish. My deepest condolences.
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