Tue, 01/28/2014 - 11:02pm Staff
ANADARKO Funeral for Sandra Prentiss, 56, of Anadarko will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Grace Christian Fellowship, Anadarko, with Minister Tim Nestell and Minister Ted Mercer officiating.
Sandra was called home Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, surrounded by her loving family.
Burial will be in Memory Lane Cemetery, Anadarko, under direction of Russworm Funeral Home, Watonga.
She was born March 9, 1957, to Reuben and Valerie Pewenofkit Prentiss, in Lawton. She was raised in Anadarko, and attended Anadarko and Fort Sill Indian Schools. Tribal affiliation was with the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma. She worked as a CNA and took special care of the family members who were terminally ill. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. She accepted by faith Jesus Christ as her Savior and Lord.
She is survived by her two children: Valda Inez Prentiss and spouse Randy Jessepe, and Joey Michael Pewenofkit and spouse Ashton Winrow; her brother, Reuben Jr. and spouse Bridgette Prentiss; sisters: Mary Prentiss, Donna Prentiss, Laura and Glen Kocher, Karen and Lawan Cortez, and Kym Pendarvis, all of Anadarko; and Marinna Queton Edwards and Rosemary Queton, of Lawton; seven grandchildren; Lisa, Amy and Davain Prentiss. Wesley and Kimora Jessepe, and Makeyla and Goyathlaw Peyenofkit; four great-grandchildren: Bryslyn, Braydyn, Brayslyn and Kymbri Prentiss; two aunts: Beatrice Geimausaddle, of Mountain View; and Noreen (Queton) and James Morgan, of Oklahoma City and many cousins, relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents: Reuben and Valerie (Pewenofkit) Prentiss; siblings: Jean Prentiss, Thomas, and Richard Prentiss; three nieces: Monica (Monskin) Prentiss, Lisa Prentiss Rivera, and Amy Prentiss; her maternal grandparents: Major and Mary (Kaudle Kaule) Pewenofkit; and paternal grandparents: Stewart and Inez (Gouladdle) Prentiss.
She will be missed by all.
Pall Bearers: Thomas Yeahpau, Butch Yeahpau, Daniel Rivera, Sean Rivera, Brian Pahcoddy, J.R. Cortez, Reuben Cortez and Richard Standing
Honorary Pall Bearers: Stewart Prentiss, Reece Bedford, Randy Bennett, and Kevin Rivera