Frank “Nate” McIntosh of Red Rock passed away Friday afternoon with his loving family by his side. He was 48 years of age. Nate was born November 17, 1971 in Oklahoma City and was raised by Kenneth Siemens of Norman and Joan Aitson of Edmond, OK.
Traditional noon feast and give away will be held at the Otoe Missouria Cultural Center with burial taking place in the Otoe Missouria tribal cemetery. With the Native American Church officiating.
Nate attended school in Norman and graduated from Norman High. He met Melissa Howlingwolf in June of 1992 in Red Rock and they were married July 23, 1994 in Oklahoma City. Nate raised his children with his wife in Norman, OK and they came to Red Rock in 2015. Nate worked numerous jobs to provide for his family but, Cooking was his favorite trade of all. He enjoyed watching OU Sports, attending Pow Wow’s in which he became a champion grass dancer.
Nate is survived by his daughters; Antonia McIntosh and her companion Shannon Garst of Chickasha, OK Lyric McIntosh of the Home, Justice McIntosh and companion Dougie Long of Chickasha, OK and his grandbaby; Kayleen Belinda McIntosh of the Home. Nate is also survived by his brothers; John McIntosh Sr and wife Carol of Tryon, OK, William Gerald McIntosh and companion Summer Lightfoot of Silome Springs, AR, Hollis Lieb of Ponca City, OK, Garner ”Snap” Lieb of Tulsa, OK and Elwood “ Chub” Lieb of Ponca City, OK Nate is also survived by sister; Olivia Buffalohead and husband Victor of Ponca City, OK, Frances McIntosh and companion Acy Brown of the Bressie Community, Roberta McIntosh of Red Rock, OK Mary Lieb and Ann Lieb of Ponca City, OK and Rose Lieb of Pawhuska, OK, Rhonda Williams, Denise Siemens, Kennetha Greenwood and husband Brent all of Edmond, OK and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Nate was preceded in death by his Dad, Kenneth Siemens, Biological mother Jovon Lieb, Brothers; Royce Lieb, Leland Siemens, 1 sister; Danielle Aitson and 1 grandson; Grandboy Long.
Online guest registry is available at www.gracememorialchapel.net
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