Missy Ann Pewo

 Missy Ann Pewo “Missy Ann” was born on February 20,1970, in Lawton, Oklahoma. Missy Ann was the daughter of the late Vernon Lee Pewo Sr. and Lavena Joyce Tongkeamha Pewo. Missy Ann, 51, departed this earthly life and began her heavenly journey on Saturday, January 8th, 2022, in Carnegie, Oklahoma after a brief illness.
 She attended Carnegie Public Schools and graduated in 1990. Missy Ann is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation and also of Kiowa and Apache descent. She was a member of the Saddle Mountain Indian Baptist Church. Missy Ann became a resident of Anadarko, Oklahoma in 2009, due to the passing of her mother, Lavena. During the summer of 2021, Missy began residing in the Carnegie Nursing Home until her passing,
 Missy Ann was full of life. She was bright, intelligent and very loving. She never met a stranger. Missy Ann always went out of her way if she seen you to give you the biggest hug and always left you with a smile. Her heart was full of love. She was well known by everyone. Missy Ann enjoyed attending pow-wows and ceremonials. She loved to dance and Lu-Lu. Missy Ann was also an avid Carnegie Wildcat Fan. You could always find Missy Ann and her mother Lavena at all the basketball games. She was the biggest Michael Jackson fan and loved to dance to the oldies. There are really not enough words to describe how wonderful Missy Ann was. She loved kitty cats and watching Animal Planet.
 Missy Ann is survived by her brothers, Vernon Lee Pewo Jr. of Dallas, TX and Erwin Clifton Pewo Sr. of Sayre, OK, aunts, Prenella Tongkeamha of Anadarko, OK and Lisa LaBrada of Carnegie, OK, uncle Raymond Tongkeamha of Apache, OK, and numerous other aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, grandkids and friends.
 She was preceded in death by her parents Vernon Lee Pewo Sr. and Lavena Joyce Tongkeamha Pewo, brother Weiser Wilson Pewo “Fat Boy”, paternal grandparents, Wilson and Ethel Eikeahpidhoodle Pewo, maternal grandparents, Weiser and Henrietta Apayyat Tongkeamha and beloved nephew, Erwin C. Pewo Jr, aunts Melissa Tongkeamha Kaulaity and Rebecca R. Tongkeamha, uncles: Wallace Tongkeamha, Clifton Tongkeamha, James Tongkeamha, and Bruce Tongkeamha, grandparents, Bill and Margaret Apayyat Methvin and Alfred and Leota Chalepah. Her beautiful life will be forever cherished.
 Funeral services for Missy Ann were held on Thursday, January 13, 2022, at Smith Funeral Home in Anadarko. Burial followed at the Saddle Mountain KCA Intertribal Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at