Louis Faw Faw, a life long resident of Oklahoma passed away November 27, 2016 in Noble, Oklahoma. He was the Grandson of William W.A.-NO-SA Faw Faw, Lucy Missouria Chief Faw Faw, Victor MI-STE-KE Dupuis and Lydia NO-GRA-ME-CHILDS, Great Grandson of Louis Bernard Faw Faw, ME-HUN-THA-GA, Fredrick Dupuis, Louis was born April 11, 1925 to Louis Morgan Faw Faw and Edna Dupuis Faw Faw.
Funeral Services will follow the traditional noon feast at the Otoe-Missouria Tribal Cultural Center with Jimmy Kenner officiating. Burial will follow in the Otoe-Missouria Tribal Cemetery under the direction of the Grace Memorial Chapel. Friends may leave online condolences at www.gracememorialchapel.net.
Louis joined the United States Army during World War II at the age of twenty where he served as radio code and voice operator in the 755th Field Artillery Battalion, 10th Armored Division (known as the Tiger Division), part of General Patton's famed 3rd Army. Just before his battalion shipped out to the front, Louis took leave to marry his high school sweetheart, Marie Scott, on the 25th of December 1943 in Waynesville, Missouri.
Survivors include his wife Marie Faw Faw of 73 years, his daughters Sharon Luttrell of Noble, Oklahoma and Sandra Faw Faw of Norman, Oklahoma; one son Steve Faw Faw of Edmond, Oklahoma and was preceded in death by three children Susan Blair, Shelly West and Stan Faw Faw; Also surviving are grandchildren Shane Faw Faw, Shawn Luttrell, Sharise Wingfield, Donna Swartz, Helena Jacobe and Jacob Faw Faw; great grandchildren Sarah Faw Faw and Lindsay Faw Faw, many nieces and nephews from his beloved siblings, six of whom have preceded him in death.
The family has suggested memorials to the Otoe Baptist Church in Red Rock, Oklahoma