|Birth: ||Sep. 19, 1948|
|Death: ||Oct. 8, 2005|
Copied with permission from the Shawnee News-Star:
October 12, 2005:
Glenpool resident Michael Stephen Caske Haney, 57, died Saturday, Oct. 8, at a Tulsa hospital.
He was born Sept. 19, 1948, in Oklahoma City to Norman Perry Haney and Evelyn (Brave) Haney.
He attended school at Strother and graduated from McLoud High School.
He served as a medic specialist in Vietnam in the U.S. Army.
He served on the Grand Governing Council of American Indian Movement, was chairman of the National Indian Repatriation, executive director of Native American Grave Repatriation Protection Association, American Indian Arbitration Institute and the Gaming Commission of the Seminole Nation, chairperson of United Indian Nations of Oklahoma Reburial Committee,and executive director of National Coalition Against Racism in Sports and Media.
He was preceded in death by his father and a brother, Norman Perry Haney Jr.
He is survived by his wife, Cheri Haney of the home; his beloved only daughter, Ahkehdoy Brave Haney of Shawnee; two sons Little Crow Brave Haney of Colorado and Hinhanskahoksila Haney of the home; one cherished grandson, Alexandrake Ishokpi Shawn Haney; mother Evelyn (Brave) Haney of McLoud; two sisters, Muriel Alice Wakolee and Janet Stephani Byington; and numerous other exceptionally close relatives.
A wake will be 7 p.m. tonight at Seminole Hitchitee United Indian Methodist Church. Service will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the Seminole Hitchitee United Methodist Church with the Rev. Timothy Byington officiating. Burial will be at Hitchitee Cemetery.
He leaves us for a new spiritual journey and thanks the Creator that he was born Native American.
Arrangements are under the direction of Walker Funeral Home.
Hitchitee Church Cemetery
Created by: Kay Sugg Best
Record added: Oct 12, 2005
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