Brandon “Bing” Lee Warrior, Sr., resident of Tonkawa, Oklahoma, passed away on October 2, 2018. He was 43 years old. Traditional tribal noon feast, with services to follow, will be held at the Tonkawa Tribal Gym in Tonkawa, Oklahoma on Friday, October 5, 2018. Louis Headman, Jim White, and A.J. Carney will officiate. Burial will follow at the Ponca Tribal Cemetery.
Brandon was born to Gordon Lamar Warrior and Lois Ann LeClair Warrior on April 29, 1975 in Claremore, OK. Brandon was truly a warrior, fighting for the things that mattered the most to him. He deeply loved his children and was very proud of them. He did his best to tell his children, family, and friends he was thankful for them and he appreciated their support in his life. He will be deeply missed by so many.
Brandon grew up in Ponca City attending Ponca City Public Schools until moving to Stillwater, where he attended High School; after moving to Tonkawa in 1990, Brandon also attended school there.
Brandon enjoyed basketball in every way. LeBron James was his absolute favorite player. Not only did Brandon love watching basketball every chance he got, he also enjoyed playing and coached a traveling team and his kid’s teams. Coaching with friend and brother “Pork” brought him much joy. The two brothers were fondly called “Pork and Bing”. Among his other favorites, Brandon loved the color North Carolina blue, and his choice game at the casino, Lucky Ducky. Brandon also loved all sports, cookouts, and family gatherings.
Brandon is a Horsechief Eagle descendent. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his Parents Lois and Gordon Warrior, his sons Chantay James Sigwing, Chase Lamar Warrior, Brandon Lee Warrior, Jr and his daughters Brandee Dione Sigwing-Warrior, and Anecia Daynell Warrior. Surviving Brandon as well are his brothers Dwayne Warrior and LeRoy Enloe, and his sister, Hauli Souix Gray, grandchildren Tayja, Kyraen, A.J., Rayva, and Taylen, as well as a large extended family.
Brandon is preceded in death by two siblings brother Dwight Warrior and sister Anecia (Angie Mo) Warrior, and his grandmothers Mildred Warrior, and Elsie Green, in addition to many relatives and friends that Brandon will be reunited with.
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Damn cuzz! U wuz always koo to me and looked out for me bro! And for that i wanna say thank you ,thank you for being a good friend, and i'm always gonna miss ur krazy sense of humor and your mad teasing cuzz ya couldnt say nuthing around you without you makin that stuff funny as hell ! Lol naww but i luv ya cuzz and i'll be seein ya big bro.... CUBBIE
Cubbie kembleOklahoma City, OK
Thankful to the Lord Jesus Christ for Bean's life and this day. My family and I are thankful to of been a part of his life. Growing up with the family, siblings; Ange, Pork, and cousin Patty since we were little kids. I always remember Bean as the little brother he will always be the little brother. (He was also a big brother to little sister Hauli!) Even though he was the little brother when we were young kids he acted like the big brother! He was always worried about his older siblings and his family. He showed us how much he loved his children/grandchildren and family with his generosity and kindness. Life is hard when you lose a loved one and live without them. Give the pain and heartbreak to the Lord and he will help you carry the loss and life of Bean who's in heaven! Jesus is the only one who can carry us and our burdens upon himself as he did the cross for our sins. Bean's in heaven with Jesus rejoicing with family. Thank you Jesus! Love you Bean always from the Thomas family! You will be missed! Prayers to the Warrior family!
Vicki ThomasPonca City, OK
my condolence and prayers to your family
Debra WarriorPonca city, OK
Looking back, I'm glad I had the opportunity to play basketball along side you as we became friends. You were a great player and I always admired your competitiveness. RIP and you will always be missed.
Cruz ConneywerdyRed Rock, OK
You are at peace..no more suffering...See you in the Resurrection...My heart goes out to all the family left behind. ..
Valerie RedOwl (Warrior)Shakopee, MN