Quinn Allen Simmons
Quinn Allen Simmons went home to his Father in Heaven on Monday January 7, 2019. He was born on December 17, 1967 in Lawton OK, to His mother Betty Simmons and his father Don Allen Parker.
Funeral Service will be 10:00 A.M. Thursday January 10, 2019 at Comanche Nation Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Steve Mallow officiating. Burial will follow at Highland Cemetery under direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home.
Prayer Service will be 7:00 P.M. Wednesday January 9, 2019 at the Funeral Home Chapel.
Quinn attended school at Geronimo from kindergarten to 12th grade. He attended Cameron University where he received a Bachelor’s of Science degree. He played baseball as a pitcher and many other positions for Cameron University and Bacone College. After High School he married Amy Burch and they had daughter Chantel Simmons. The two divorced after three years and later he had another daughter Shelly Simmons born December 21, 1991. and a son Andy Simmons on December 11, 1993. He has six grandchildren: Kayden, Jake, Hayden, Nevaeh, Karter and Owen. Three half-sisters; Mahate Parker, Sandy Parker and Sylvia Parker. One half-brother Yswyas Parker. Quinn loved sports; he played baseball, basketball and soccer in elementary and High School. He had many friends and was friends with team members he played against. He loved spending time with family and watching OU football.
Quinn is survived by his mother Betty Simmons, his Father Don Parker and his stepfather (Dad) Don Atkinson. His brother; Chad Simmons, Special brothers; Robert Simmons, Kermit Yackyonny Jr., Kelly Yackeyonny, Kevin Paddyaker and Special Sisters; Dorothy Jozwiak, and Ramona Hancox. His Aunts; Marie Eckiwaudah, Bonita Paddyaker, and Saadia Tasso. His Uncle Weldon Simmons (Husky) He has many Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and friends. Special Aunt Ardith (Parker) Lemons.
He was preceded in death by his special sister Kathy Joyce Tasso, His maternal grandparents Elton and Ruth Simmons (Tooahnippah), his paternal grandparents Baldwin and Margarite Parker, an Uncle Elton “Punch” Simmons Jr. and by his very special friend Mark Rhoades.