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Thursday, August 27, 2020
John D. Maag

John D. Maag, 96, of Tonkawa, left this life on August 16, 2020, at the VA Hospital in Oklahoma City. A Graveside Ceremony, with Military Honors, took place at the IOOF Cemetery, Tonkawa, at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday,August 25 ,2020, with Rev. Tom Howard offici ating. Viewing was from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00p.m., Monday, August 24, 2020 at Trout Funeral Home in Tonkawa. Those un able to attend the graves ide may attend virtually on the Trout Funeral Home website, Click on the “livestream” or tool bar icon on the top right corner after 9:45 a,m.

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Oklahoma’s John is survived culture, by his economy, children,nance,” politics and goverment Evelyn Hunter Hines said of in news Redlands, release. CA, “The John Maag relationship of Oklahoma between City, the Dorthy tribes Lively and my of office is based on trust and Ponca mutual City; respect, grandchildren, and that synergism Jesse Lively, has Derrek been Collins, essential Jacob to Lively, the successful Damon Lively, formation Michael of this important agreement.” Maag, In addition Crystal Himes, to criminal Wendy Himes; and civil 4 great-grandchildren; jurisdictional several issues, nieces, the agreement nephews, identifies cousins general provisions that and should friends. be addressed by

He is preceded in any in future death legislation. his parents; Those wife, Violet include Maag; the protection of “tribal sovereignty sisters, Ruthand Ruth Coat, Anne Weeks; and consistency in brothers, law enforcement” Phillip Maag, and Earl the Maag allocation and Emil of “resources Maag. sufficient to ensure public safe

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