Mary Agnes Hyatt
September 18, 1932  -  January 13, 2019

Mary Agnes Hyatt


Public Viewing
Grayhorse community building
Grayhorse Community, OK  
Monday, January 14, 2019
11:00 am to 03:00 pm

Mass
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Fairfax, OK  
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
10:00 am

Burial
Fairfax City Cemetery
Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Fairfax Cemetery
Fairfax, OK  

Mary Agnes Hyatt a long time resident of Ponca City has gone to heaven. Osage Tribal services will be held for Mary on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at the Grayhorse Chapel in Fairfax starting at 8:00 a.m. John Redeagle will officiate the service. Following those services, a catholic mass will be held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Fairfax beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, January 16th. Father Demond will officiate. Burial will follow at the Fairfax City Cemetery. Friends and welcome to pay their respects at the Grayhorse Chapel on Monday and Tuesday.
Mary Was born to Dominic and Cynthia Daniels in Ponca City on September 18, 1932. She was the oldest of nine children. She attended Fairfax Schools in her early years and graduated from Chilocco in 1950. She met the love of her life, William Hyatt in Tulsa while visiting some friends. The two fell deeply in love and were married on June 30, 1952, they were married for 65 years. The family liked to travel, making spur of the moment trips. Mary enjoyed attending Pow Wows and Indian dances. She served as an advisor for the Grayhorse In’Lonshka dances for many years. She had a special talent for making beautiful shawls for such dances. She was a member of both the Osage tribe and Kaw tribe of Oklahoma. She was descended from the Bear Clan of the Osage.
Mary raised two boys and loved her grandchildren. When the boys were small, Mary was a cub scout mom and was always attentive to their needs. She was a member of the Catholic Church and was on the bereavement committee where she assisted in making meals for the bereaved. Mary Agnes also enjoyed going to the McCord Senior Center for lunch and to visit her friends. A kind and gentle person, Mary always has a smile on her face and a hug for her family.
Mary will be greeted in heaven by her Grandfather and mother, siblings Roseanne Cunningham, Paula Fraid, Nancy Boone, John Boone, Francis FM Boone, and Georgia Lee Scharnhorst.

She leaves behind to cherish her memory her husband William of the home, son Robert Hyatt and his wife Laura, son Michael Lynn Hyatt and his wife Michelle, grandchildren: Cara Hyatt, Anthony Hyatt and his wife Stephanie, P.J. Potter and his wife Wendi, Stephen Potter and his wife Angela, Henry Smith and his wife Bonnie, Michael Easley, and Valerie Burris and her husband Stephan. Great Grandchildren: Daryn, Ryan, Bryan, Ella, Tessa, Ayden, Levi, Chadwick, one baby boy due in February, Trevor, Holden, Leigha, Madison, Connor, Rese, Bella, Mila, Jacob, Dillon, Cole, Leland, Grant, Tre, and Audri. As well as a host of nieces and nephews.

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  1. Pamela Sue Cline (Susie)
    Ponca City, OK

    My very deepest sympathy to Bill, Aggie's children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters and all of the family and many friends. Though it is hard to express just in words may it help in some way just knowing how very much others care and share your loss of Aggie. She was very kind, sweet, loving and caring of others and a beautiful lady! I remember Aggie and Bill from a long time ago when they were quite young. Bill worked with my Grandfather Andrew J. Green (Andy) at the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad in Ponca City, Oklahoma. I was raised by my grandparents Andrew and Edna Green with my two aunts. We grew up knowing them and they just lived around the corner from us. We were neighbors. I remember going to work with my Daddy (Grandpa) and seeing Bill there too. Aggie was a pretty woman with that beautiful black hair and Bill was a handsome man with that beautiful black hair. They were together as one for so many years....65! What a blessing! I left Ponca for a few years out of high school and lived with my mother Alma Jean (Jeannie). Later we moved back to Ponca. I was married in Ponca and had two daughters who were born in Ponca.We moved to Texas when my youngest was about 6 months old. I was married almost 25 years and spent alot of years in Texas but came back to Ponca. Lived back and forth in Oklahoma and Texas. I had not seen Aggie and Bill in a long time but my Grandparents, Mother and Aunts and their families were blessed to see them alot. I saw them at one of my aunt and uncles anniversaries and was so tickled to see them. It brought back alot of wonderful memories to me. Then I went to the McCord Senior Center with one of my aunts, uncle and their daughter (my cousin) for lunch and Aggie and Bill were there. I took a picture of them on my phone....it is a very good picture of them. My heart is saddened but I know Aggie is in Heaven and a guardian angel. I know she liked to go to Pow Wows and so did all of us. We have Chickasaw and Cherokee in our blood. I remember going to Pow Wows when I was very little and my Grandmother would dance sometimes. Aggie will always be remembered, never forgotten for the loving person she was. And my family loved Aggie and Bill very much as do I. My heart hurts for my family also in her loss. Know that Aggie will always be blessed and protected by Our Loving Heavenly Father and May God Always Bless and Keep Each and Every One Of You In His Loving Care and Protection! May you always have much Faith, Hope and Love ( and the greatest of these being Love)! I know that now Aggie will be with my Grandmother, Grandfather, Mother, my oldest daughter and so very many who are in Heaven as well as many of Aggie's family and friends to welcome her.

    Pamela Sue Cline (Susie)
    Ponca City, Oklahoma

  2. Kathleen Billington, former secretary, St. Mary's School
    Ponca City,, OK

    William, Robert and Michael, my condolences! I always enjoyed visiting with with Mary when we would run into each other about town. She was so proud of her boys!

  3. Kathleen Billington, former secretary, St. Mary's School
    Ponca City,, OK

    William, Robert and Michael, my condolences! I always enjoyed visiting with with Mary when we would run into each other about town. She was so proud of her boys!

  4. Emma (Landes) Bryer
    Ponca City, OK

    Bill, Bobby and family, my prayers are with you and the family. Agie was a beautiful lady!! I loved to see her and Bill at the Pow Wows or Wal-Mart. We had great memories in the South End of Ponca. Emma (Landes) Bryer

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