William Woodrow "Bill" Haney
Sequoyah High School ~ Student 1960s
SEMINOLE, Ok -- Funeral services for lifelong Seminole resident William Woodrow "Bill" Haney Jr , were Wednesday Nov. 14 2006 at the First Baptist Church, Seminole, Okla.
Interment with full military rites performed by the Seminole Nation Honor Guard followed at Little Cemetery under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home, Seminole.
Wake services were held Tues. evening at Swearingen Funeral Home Chapel.
Haney, 62, died Sunday, June 11, 2006 at his home. He was born Aug.8, 1943 in Seminole to William Woodrow Haney and Hattie Louise (Harjo) Haney.
He attended school in his younger years at Prairie Valley Grade School and then at Sequoyah Indian School at Tahlequah. Haney also attended Hitichitee Methodist Church in his youth.
Haney was an artist who served in the United States Navy during Vietnam and was a very active member of the Seminole Nation Honor Guard and V.F.W.
His parents and one sister, Nona Haney, preceded him in death.
Surviving are two sons, Chris Haney of Tecumseh and Nick Haney of Claremore; one daughter, Stephanie Haney of Tahlequah; three brothers, Chief Enoch Kelly Haney of Seminole, Willie Haney of Morris and Terry Spencer of Mustang; one sister, Greta Ruminer of Seminole; seven grandchildren and the mother of his children, Glenda Stephens of Claremore.