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Herman Ray Haury

July 21, 1960 — April 3, 2024

Herman Ray Haury
July 21, 1960 - April 3, 2024

April on the 3rd day 2024, Herman Haury at 63 years old became absent from his body to be present with the Lord in Salt Lake City, UT. Son Of Johnny Haury, SR and Ethelene Tofpi. He was born July 21, 1960, in Tahlequah, OK. He Attended Riverside Indian Boarding school in Anadarko, OK. Herman started his first job at the age of 12 years old selling newspapers on the corner in Oklahoma City, OK. Later moving to Carnegie, OK working a summer job alongside his mother sewing peanut sacks at the peanut mill. At the age of 16 he worked a summer job alongside his older brother John Jr. building barns. On payday he would hitch hike to Fort Cobb, OK to his mom's house then walk with her to the corner store and buy groceries.
In 1977 he went AWOL from Riverside boarding school and moved to Bell Gardens, CA. This is where he met his wife Rosie Ruiz and soon babies followed, life was a whirlwind of new jobs and towns. Herman was a self-taught jack of all trades. Family and friends knew who to call if they needed auto mechanics, household appliances repairs, a house remodeled, or someone to run heavy equipment. When he was asked what Driving School, he attended to receive his CDL? He would reply "I was on route taking a load to the scrap yard with my boss driving he pulled over and said, I'm having a heart attack Herman you need to drive yes, the school of Lloyd Cates I'm having a heart attack."
In 1990 Herman walked into the Potter's House Church Salt Lake City, UT surrendered his life to Jesus. Later serving as usher, joined an outreach band called The Persuaders Bass player and singer. He led Bible study at the Indian rehab center as well as going to the streets praying and inviting those he encountered to church. He traveled to Jamaica with the Pastor and ministry team, served in Victory Outreach, as a worship leader, preached at the night service and morning service. Herman hosting several evangelist events alongside the pastors (Willie G, Art Bajlos, T-Bone and many more) within the state of Utah and ushering when needed for Carmen concerts. He also served by going to hospitals to pray and stay with families, helped with funerals, wedding and baby dedication. When Herman moved back to Oklahoma in 1999, he was Superintendent with the Kiowa Tribe, owned and operated All Tribes Construction Company and joined the V/A of God church. He was a youth Pastor as well as the prison ministry and worship team. He may have been soft spoken; but behind the pulpit he was bold. Herman Loved His Family with all his heart. And will be missed by all who knew him.

Herman is preceded in death by his parents Johnny Haury Sr and Ethelene Tofpi. Aunt Rita Creepingbear, Sons Louie Ruiz Haury and Araon Ray Haury, Grandson Noe Armijo Luna, and granddaughter Isabella Haury Rasband, Brother Donald Haury, Sisters Elizabeth McKinney, Nancy Talamantes, Nephews Ronald Domebo, Mitchell Akeen Nieces Donna D Domebo, Stephanie McKinney, Francis Boynton, and Andrea Domebo. Great Grandson Ruben Roberts

Herman is survived by Wife Rosie Haury, Son Eric Haury, Daughters Arlene Armijo, Correna Haury, and partner Jason Nava. Granddaughters Arianna Lokeni, Mya Haury Rasband, Jonah Barbee
(Armando Haury), Luke Barbee (lil Louie Haury), Alejandro Haury Rasband, Brother Clifton Tofpi and wife Sarita, Sisters Rev Jan Ticeahkie, Lottie and husband Doug Goombi, Cathy and husband Lee
Philbrick, Cousins/Brothers William Creepingbear and wife Robin, Bobby Creepingbear, and numerous Nephews and Nieces.

Funeral Service: 1:00 p.m., Friday April 12, 2024
Christ Our Savior Church, Anadarko
Wake Service: 6:30 p.m.,Thursday April 11, 2024
Botone Memorial United Methodist Church, Carnegie

Officiating: Rev. Jan Ticeahkie, Rev. Toqua Ticeahkie
Pastor Andrew (Sonny) Ware and Dave Geimausaddle

Interment: Cedar Creek Cemetery, Carnegie

Under the direction of Ray and Martha's Funeral Home, Carnegie
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Service Schedule

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Prayer Service

Thursday, April 11, 2024

Starts at 6:30 pm (Central time)

Botone Memorial United Methodist Church

, Fort Cobb, OK

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Friday, April 12, 2024

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Cedar Creek Cemetery

, Carnegie, OK 73015

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