TWOHATCHET-HOTEMA, Norma J.
Funeral for Norma Jean Twohatchet-Hotema, 63, Carnegie, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Comanche Nation Funeral Home Chapel, Lawton, with the Rev. Milton Otis and Pastor Billy Harris officiating. Burial will be at Twohatchet Cemetery, Fort Cobb. Norma died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at her home, in Carnegie, with her loved one by her side, Prayer Service will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Comanche Nation Funeral Home Chapel. Norma was born Dec. 30, 1947, in Lawton, to Wallace and Dorothy (Wolf) Twohatchet. She graduated from Anadarko High School. Norma attended many schools in her life Including Wichita Falls, Randlett and Oklahoma City, and graduated from Anadarko. She attended USAO in Chickasha plus numerous educational institutions, which increased her knowledge of becoming a paralegal, X-ray tech and finance director for several facilities, throughout her career ending with the Kiowa Casino as a purchase coordinator. She attended several vocational schools and colleges, where she received several certifications and degrees. Norma was employed at the Kiowa Casino at the time of her death. Norma was a member of the Kiowa Tribe and descendant of Tanehdooah. She is survived by two children: one, son Lance Jace Nahquaddy, of the home; a daughter, Sunee Nahquaddy and companion, Hugo Luis Lopez, of Lawton; two brothers: Donald and Ronald Ronnie Twohatchet, of Carnegie; extended adopted brothers: Leonard Pewenofkit and wife, Kathy, and James Domebo, all of Anadarko; two sisters: Carol Twohatchet, of Carnegie; and Ramona Austin and husband, Tony, of Apache; special aunts: Julia Tsonetokoy Wolf, of Mountain View; Patricia and husband, Richard Bread, of Apache; and Christine Twohatchet, of Fort Cobb; one uncle, Richard Twohatchet and wife, Joyce; 11 grandchildren: Vance GAHHOO, Ashley, Amy, Kimberly, and Shade Nahquaddy, all of Carnegie; Angelina, Julie-Rose, and Mico Lopez and Angel Clark, all of Lawton; and Sybil and Carmine Washee, both of Anadarko; nieces and nephews: Jeff Twohatchet, of Tulsa; Patrick and Derrick Washee, of Oklahoma City; and Keith Gayton, of Lawton; special cousin, Val Tate and husband, Paul; many other aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends; and one very special friend of the family, Jamie Pewo, of Carnegie. Norma was preceded in death by her parents; grandson, Michael Wallace Lopez; and adopted brother, Edward Oldbea.