April 14, 2009-April 19, 2014
Tyee Leon Percival, age 5, of Comanche passed away early Saturday morning, April 19, 2014. A funeral service will be held Wednesday, April 23 at 10 a.m. at Ray of Hope Church, with Bro. Mike McCord and Bro. Dow Pannell officiating, under the direction of Comanche Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Fairlawn Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday 11 a.m.-8 p.m.. The family wil receive friends on Tuesday 6-8 p.m.
Tyee was born April 14, 2009 at Duncan, to Tyler L. and Ina Danielle Percival. He was attending Comanche Elementary School in the Pre-K class. Tyee loved playing T-Ball, watching drag racing, tractor pulls and monster trucks. He also loved trapping and hunting “critters” and being outdoors. He enjoyed riding go-karts, playing his guitar and going to the park. He also loved tractors and trains. He had two pets, his dogs Pepper and Little Bit which were his constant companions. Tyee had a great big heart- he loved and cared for everyone. However, he dearly loved his sister, Dixi. He always said that when Dixi started school, he would be there to protect her. He attended Ray of Hope Church.
Survivors include his parents, Tyler and Danielle Percival and his sister, Dixi Lynn Percival of Comanche, grandparents Brian and Tricia Stogsdill and Loretta Raper of Comanche, Tom and Carmen Percival of Faxon, Okla., and Fred Raper of Alvarado, Texas, great-grandparents Leon and Delores Coleman of Rhome, Texas, Judy Wright of Marble Falls, Texas, Leslie Sikes of Midlothian, Texas and Harold and Norene Stogsdill of Comanche, aunt Madison Lynne Percival of Comanche, aunt Judith DeWitt and husband Joseph of Comanche, uncle Dewayne Raper and wife Tiffany of Cleburne, Texas, uncle Frederick Raper Jr. and wife Heather of Cleburne, Texas, and aunt Kelsey McCormick and husband Preston of Comanche, great-aunts and uncles: Sharon Coleman of Rhome, Texas, Paula Doyal of Rhome, Texas, Linda Tate and husband Ron of Oklahoma City, Paul King and wife Trish of Bainbridge, Wash., Sherry Jones and husband Lewis of Midlothian, Texas, Craig Sikes of Marble Falls, Texas, Kenny Sikes and wife Amanda of Marble Falls, Texas, and Bryan Sikes of West Virginia, as well as many cousins, including Jason, Josiah, Preston, Lorynn, Lily, Lilah, Katie, Dakota, Chance, Kimber, Addison, Kara, Haley, Christian and Hannah, and many other relatives and dear friends.
Tyee loved the color red. In his memory, the family requests that everyone attending the funeral please wear something red. Serving as pallbearers will be Brian Stogsdill, Terry Gordon, Jake Lee and Dewayne Raper. Honorary bearers will be Ronnie Bernard, Preston McCormick, Bryan Fisher, Frederick Raper Jr. and Dow Pannell.
Memorial contributions may be made to a memorial fund at Arvest Bank in Duncan or gofundme.com, in his name, Tyee Leon Percival.
Online condolences may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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