Timothy Glenn Horton, age 48, resident of Ponca City, passed away Oct. 14, 2018.
Graveside services following cremation are under direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home. Tim’s ashes will be laid to rest next to his father Bill Horton and near Grandmother Belva Ann Nahno’Kerchee Lopez at Highland Cemetery. His remaining ashes will be spread across the Arkansas River near his home where he enjoyed fishing and spending time.
Tim was born March 12, 1970 in Lawton. He went to school in Newkirk and Geronimo then attended Cameron University in Lawton. Tim was a pipe fitter by trade and his job took him to many different states and adventures. Tim was a proud member of the Comanche Tribe. He was very intelligent and had a vast knowledge and love of music. With a heart of gold he, was a kind caring person. He always made his family and friends laugh, finding humor in most every situation.
His greatest joy was his family and he is survived by his daughters Chelsea Horton of Seminole, Texas and Ciara Horton of the home; his spouse Dawn Davis, of the home; mother Dorene Horton, of Newkirk; sister Heather Horton, and nieces he was very close to, Stacy, Tracy, Kalee Herbert; stepfather and friend Arnold Evans; close cousin Josh Evanoff, all of Newkirk; Aunts Edie Lopez, Michelle Evanoff, Uncle Walter Lopez with whom he grew up with and was very close to; Uncle Kenneth Geimausaddle and many other family, all of Comanche County.