In Memoriam
Burl  Buffalomeat
Sequoyah Student 1990s

     Burl Kenneth Brffalomeat  was born December 4, 1976 at Waynoka, Oklahoma.  He departed this life early Monday, January 30, 2012 at OU Medical Center in Edmond as a result of injuries he received in an automobile accident.  He was 35 .

      He grew up in Seiling where he attended Seiling School.  He attended  Sequoyah Schools  (Student 1990s)  in Tahlequah where he studied culinary arts.  He was a member of the Kit Fox Dog Soldier Society and was a Cheyenne ceremonial instructor.  He was a member of the Native American Church and Cheyenne Sundance.  He was proud to have earned his Class A CDL which helped him with several job opportunities including driving for Beaver Express and TXD Trucking. 

      He is survived by his mother, Dana Lynn Buffalomeat of Seiling, his adopted dad, Burl Buffalomeat of Seiling, his companion and best friend, Christy Sue Nowlin of Clinton, one daughter, Brooke Kylee Buffalomeat-Paris of Seiling, three sons, Bryce Kendall Buffalomeat of Geary and his mother, Denise Wilson, A. J. Nowlin-Paris of Seiling and Thomas Arthur Rage Temple of Woodward, three sisters, Tiffany Bocanegra and husband Eliseo of Oklahoma City, Tamra Ortega and husband Cornelio of Seiling and Tabitha Beaver of Enid, two brothers, Bryan Sevenstar and wife Alisha of El Reno and Ralph Birdshead of Calumet and a half brother, Cochise No Ear  (Seq. Cls‘93) of Ponca City, three aunts who helped raise him, Rowena Beaver, Susie Wolfmule and Josephine Borunda and a special aunt, Frances Garcia, two special grandmothers, Rita Black and Edna Sutton and a special mother-in-law, Dovie Nowlin.  He was preceded in death by his grandparents who raised him as their own, Raymond and Norma Buffalomeat. 

        A wake service will be from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 at the Seiling-Fonda Community Center.  The funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m. Friday, February 3, 2012 at the Seiling-Fonda Community Center with Pastor Gerald Panana, officiating.  Burial will follow in the Brumfield Cemetery