David Wayne Connywerdy
David Wayne Connywerdy, 58, went to his heavenly home on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017, in Lawton.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, with Lay Speaker Debbie Schrock-Wilson officiating.
Burial will follow at Little Washita Cemetery in Fletcher under direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home.
He was born Jan. 17, 1959, to Truman Connywerdy and Judy Quoetone-Littleman. He was a member of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, and a descendant of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma. He was a graduate of Lawton High School and played the baritone. He made his living as a heavy equipment operator, which took him to many different places. He spent a large portion of his life in Las Vegas until he decided to move home in 2010. He was most recently employed by HG Jenkins in Lawton. He loved to travel, watch OU Sooner Football, and spend time with his grandkids; he loved camping at Fort Cobb Lake, and cooking on his grills.
He is survived by his brother, Kevin and his wife Kricket, of Norman; daughters: Polly Connywerdy, Lawton, Daviaann and companion Tommy Poolaw of the home, Sage Connywerdy and companion Larry Woodard of Fort Cobb, and LaTasha Toppah of Oklahoma City, one son, Shane Johnson of Laurel, Miss.; 16 grandkids: Skyla and Joshua Bullock, Angel Bohay, Trenton and Sylas Connywerdy, Aurora Hubert, Hazel Woodard, Chyrstopher, Tairia, and Tati'Yana Toppah, Enoch Littlehawk, Jase, Jaidyn, Jep, and Kaaya Johnson, and one on the way; nieces: Teresa Sumka, Shawna Hawzipta and Angelyn Connywerdy; nephews: Ben Connywerdy, Sokobi Connywerdy and Thaumaroi Connywerdy; and numerous other aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by parents: Truman Connywerdy, and Judy and Steve Littleman; grandparents: Charles and Julia Connywerdy-Wahnee, and William "Bill" and Lottie Quoetone; and sister, Cheryl Connywerdy.