Enid News & Eagle
Funeral for Patricia Ann Akeen, 24, of El Reno,
will be noon Thursday, June 26, 2008, at Concho Community
Center, Concho. The Reverends George Akeen, Gerald Panana and
Paul Beartrack will officiate. Burial will be in Concho
Cemetery. Arrangements are by Nichols – Zwanziger Funeral Home,
Woodward. Prayer service is 6 AM to noon today, Wednesday, June
25, 2008, at the Community Center in Concho.
She was born August 29, 1983, in Lawton to George Clay Akeen Jr. and Thelma Jean Little Charley and died Monday, June 23, 2008, with her husband, Joe Charley, near Canton.
She attended Riverside Indian high school in Anadarko. She then attended Culinary Arts School, where she became a chef. She later attended the University of Central Oklahoma, where she became a certified nurse aide.
She married Edgar Littleman. They had two children. She later married Joe Charley in Las Vegas.
Surviving are her children, Marshall James and Charity Ann Littleman; her parents, George and Eleanor Akeen; grandmother, Ella Akeen; brothers, Alan Dale Akeen, Clarence Dale Akeen and Anthony Ray Akeen; and sisters, Joanna Dawn Akeen, Jenny Bigfoot, Ella Akeen and Samantha Mae Creek.
Two El Reno residents killed in car accident
Two El Reno residents were killed Monday night in a one – vehicle accident in Blaine County.
Joe Charley Jr., 42, and his wife, Patricia Ann Akeen, 23, died of massive head trauma, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report.
The accident happened at 7:30 PM at 3 miles west of Oklahoma 51A on the Carleton blacktop.
According to the report, Charley was driving a 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier east on the Carleton blacktop and went off the right side of the road. He then lost control, went into a broadslide, went off the left side of the road, rolled one quarter time and hit a tree.
Neither was wearing a seatbelt.
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