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Lina Marlene Colclazier (Hall-Zotigh)



Lina Marlene Colclazier (Hall-Zotigh)

Lina Marlene Colclazier (Hall-Zotigh)

Red Rock resident Lina Marlene Colclazier (Hall-Zotigh) began her journey, Thursday July 11, 2019, surrounded by her family. She entered this world September 10, 1946 in Enid, OK. The daughter of Wilson Hall-Zotigh and Caroline DeRion, she was a proud member of the Kiowa tribe of Oklahoma and loved her Otoe-Missouria family.

She was a 1964 graduate of Red Rock High School. She was well known in the tribal communities as a traditional cook. She made a mark in the many lives through employment at the Worlds Largest Bingo Hall in Red Rock, Otoe Missouria Head-start, Otoe Elder Program, and was a volunteer bus driver for the Otoe Baptist Church. She loved to play bingo, eat at Taco Stop, and seeing her grandkids smile. She was an avid OSU Cowboys and OKC Thunder fan. She enjoyed watching her Grandkids play sports, excel in school and attending the Annual Falls Creek trip. She opened her heart and home to many and it was never uncommon to have a house full of laughter, terrorizing and food. Her shoes will never be filled, her compassion and love are second to none. Marlene was an Angel with the Otoe-Missouria War Mothers. She often looked forward to filling up the second row at the Otoe Baptist Church. “ A Life That Touches Others Will Go On Forever”.

She is survived by her children LeRoy and Katt Enloe of Ponca City, Poncho and Velda Rocha of Red Rock, Lois Logan of Stillwater, Caroline Reveles of OKC, Rosa Tohee of Red Rock,, Carmello Reveles of Norman, James Reveles of El Reno, Dena Reveles of Stillwater, Emily Cairns of Stillwater, Tyler Goodbear of Agra, Keno McCoser of Pawnee, Allison Kent of Perry & Charlie Colclazier of Pawnee. Numerous grandkids, great grandkids, nieces, nephews.

She was proceeded in death by her husband Richard Colclazier, eldest son her baby James Miner, and her son Toby Blackstar, her mother and father, brothers Tommy Bassett, Theodore Hall-Zotigh Sr., Harry Hall-Zotigh, sisters Mary Mae Barnes, Irene Reveles, Angella Knifechief-Kent, Grandson Isaac LeRoy Reveles, and numerous other family members.

Services will be held Sunday July 14, 2019 at Noon with Rev. James Kenner officiating, burial will follow in the Otoe-Missouria Cemetery. Traditional preparations are being held by her Indian Friend & Sister Georgette Atkins. Services are under the direction of the Poteet Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Pawnee, Oklahoma. Friends can leave a memory for the family at www.poteetfuneralhome.com.

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