Eastman Onco 59 formerly of Hobart passed away Sunday September 8, 2019 in Anadarko with his loving family by his side.
Funeral Service will be 10:00 AM Friday September 13, 2019 at Comanche Nation Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Wilfred Brown. Burial will follow at Mt. Scott KCA Cemetery under direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home.
Prayer Service will be 7:00 PM Thursday September 12, 2019 at the Funeral Home Chapel.
Eastman was born March 9, 1960 in Lawton to Holly Sr. and Easlyn (Arnold) Onco. He grew up in Lawton/Elgin areas and attended Elgin Schools. He loved attending powwows and singing at the drum, traveling to Powwows to Traditional Dance. He was in the movie Powwow Highway. He loved making Native American Arts and Crafts and watching westerns. He was a flute player having made his own flutes. He was a proud member of the Kiowa Tribe and the Kiowa Tia-Piah Society.
He is survived by his children; Tenason Onco companion Pamela Eagleshield of the home. Sa-nut-te Gouge and husband Jimmy Gouge, Reylan Shemayme and Carey Spence, Pau-tali Onco all of Anadarko, Cinnamon Hastings of Siloam Springs, AR, Stormy Onco, Kyle Onco of both of Hobart. Sisters; Anita Onco-Johnson of Walters, Roselyn Onco of Lawton and Cheryl Onco of Elgin. Brother; Newton Onco of Sante Fe NM. Grandchildren; Ellason, Daniel, Micah, Ricky, Noah, Reylan Jr., Sonny, Reagan, Aiden and Cayden. Numerous other relatives and friends. Special friends Stoney Whitehorse Ware, Charlie Nelson, and Steven “Candyman” Kaudle Kaule.
He is preceded in death by; Parents Holly and Easlyn Onco, daughter; Nicole Shemayme Onco a sister Lynette Carlson, a brother Holly Onco Jr. niece Crystal Mendinhall and nephew Alton King.