OBITUARY

Charles Junior DUNCAN

May 2, 1935September 13, 2018

Charles Junior Duncan, 83 a resident of Meeker, Oklahoma passed away September 13, 2018 in Oklahoma City, OK. Charles was born May 2, 1935 in Elgin, Illinois to Charles and Eva Duncan. Charles will be dearly missed by everyone who knew and loved him. He is preceded in passing by his parents Charles and Eva Duncan; brother, Ronald Duncan and his grandson, Garret Duncan. He is survived by his wife, Rosita Duncan; daughter, Deborah Ofcky and her husband, Daniel; daughter, Bonnie Duncan; daughter, Sharon Lloyd and her husband, James; daughter, Eva Mogren and her husband, Jim; daughter, Susan Duncan; grandchildren, Tabitha Toepfer, Joshua Standlee, Taylor Standlee, Jake Standlee, Dante Duncan, Haley Lloyd, Charlie Mogren; great-grandson, Talon Askew and numerous other family members and friends. Visitation will be Friday, September 14, 2018 starting at 2:00 p.m. at the family’s Home, 112 Butler Drive Shawnee, OK 74804. Graveside Service will be 10:00 a.m., Saturday, September 15, 2018 at Rice Family Cemetery at 45902 Hazel Del Road Meeker, OK 74855

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Charles Junior DUNCAN

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Geary Lambert

September 15, 2018

Unfortunately I wasn't able to be there this morning to say 'So-Long' to My Dear Friend "Uncle" Chuck but I am there in spirit ! I have posted some words on Facebook in recent days since he became ill and went to his rest in Jesus, I hope that Pawnee and Family have seen and read them, but I want to repeat my thoughts about Chuck here because he is worth it ! Although I am not blood kin of his I always think of him and call him "Uncle Chuck", because he always treated me like one of his own and even helped me more than almost any of my own Uncles ! He was a mentor to me when I was very young and that training of how to drive and handle a semi-trailer lead me to making a good deal of money later in life , I am grateful for the patience and time he spent sharing his skills with me ! My first memory of Chuck goes back even further when I was a pre-teen and was privileged to watch him draw the most beautiful 'chalk drawings' at the First Baptist Church in Meeker , he sculptured these things with such talent and speed it was simply amazing ! Much later in life it became very clear that Chuck's love for people and his desire to help all and always do so with a smile and joyful presence and even pass on the greatest stories and funniest jokes at every opportunity , all this proved to me that he was "a man after God's own heart " ! We will ALL miss Chuck but have no choice in celebrating and dwelling on the memories of how he enhanced all our lives ! Again, it's just "so-long for now" my great friend "Uncle Chuck " !

David Roberts

September 14, 2018

I consider it a honor to have known Chuck Duncan for many years now. Sitting at the fair here in OKC seems awkward, I can feel his presence and I keep waiting to hear his voice. Chuck was the kind of man that likes to joke and have fun and it was easy to look up to him. Until we meet again in the home of the Great Father, so long Chuck Duncan of the Potawatomi tribe A’hoa

Barbara Wood

September 14, 2018

Chuck was always so much fun to have around. His love for his family and their admiration and love for him was one of the things which binds this family so tightly together. He was so proud of all of you! It makes my heart happy to know you all have so many wonderful, warm memories of him. He has made a lasting impression on so many lives. What a gift!

Sherry Byers

September 14, 2018

I was very saddened to hear of Chuck's passing. I can remember his friendliness and handshakes. He was always one to acknowledge you no matter where he was or what he was doing. I will always remember him being part of the Pow-Wow world and his respect for the culture. He was wonderful man and will be greatly missed.

Robby Moose

September 14, 2018

First time I met this great man was over at tabitha's house in shawnee. I talked with him what seemed like hours but was in fact not long at all, he made you feel welcome and loved to talk about the military, especially if you were in and had stories to exchange. Even though I only met him once he left me with a lasting impression of him. I saw the glow he gave to tabitha when she heard him brag on her and how proud he was of her. I want to thank tabitha for giving me the opportunity to meet this great man and to talk to him. I know i will miss him personally even with the short time I knew him. But God needed him on his front lines in heaven and cant wait till we get to talk together again in heaven and wonder what stories he will have to tell then.

tracy hubbell-zinn

September 14, 2018

I had the pleasure a few years ago to work with chuck. he was my boss. I thought he was a great man of God. my mentor.... he loved his family so much and he has a large family. And they all love him deeply. He is a great inspiration to life. and he could tell a story... I love you chuck. you will be greatly missed. love Tracy

FROM THE FAMILY