Ball, Charles D.

July 2, 1963 - June 14, 2014

Charles David Ball, age 50, was born on July 2, 1963 in Oklahoma City to Connie Lee Perry-Tarpey and Charles Lawrence Ball. Charles passed away on June 14, 2014 at home.   He lived with his son, Minco Ball, in Spiro, OK for approximately 9 years until their recent move to Irving, TX with his sister and brother-in-law.

Charles was a member of the Choctaw tribe. His Indian name was “Tuskahoma”. Charles enjoyed learning and speaking his native Choctaw language. He loved to draw Native American art and loved to make things as a craftsman. He enjoyed fishing, mowing, westerns, his pets, and loved his family dearly. Charles loved spending time with his son and watching stickball, football, and basketball. He enjoyed solitude and being outdoors. He was a strong and brave warrior up to the end of his life here and he will be loved and missed forever.

Charles is survived by Minco Ball-son, D.J. Ball-son, Cheryl L. McCaulla-sister, Carla A. Weaver-sister, Kimberly D. Spiva-sister, Sandra J. Martindale-sister, Jonas David Browning Tarpey-brother, many nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. He will be missed by all.

A graveside service will be held in his honor on Saturday June 28, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at Sunny Lane Cemetery 4000 S.E. 29th Street Del City, OK 73115. Please have all flowers delivered to Sunny Lane Cemetery address. They will be accepting flowers for the service. Thank you all for your condolences.

9 replies on “Ball, Charles D.”

Carla & Herman Weaver says:

May you rest in peace our dear brother. We love you forever and you will be missed dearly. I love you Charles (Carla). One sweet day Tuskahoma….

arlene oliver says:

rest in peace CHARLES sorry for ur prayers are with u all.

Mona brown says:

So sorry for the Loss of your brother Charles. He is in Heavan with those departed before him. But just know when here something in the kitchen it’s him looking for a snack, and that cool breeze you feel in your hair unexpectedly, or you that expression on Minco’s face that makes you say You look just your Dad. Memories are forever.

Cheryl Mc Caulla says:

RIP Charles, the fight is over you may now have peace………

Dakota Fox says:

My uncle

Dakota McCaulla Fox says:

R.I.P Charles David Ball #Tuskahoma. Fight is over

Cheryl Mc Caulla says:

Thank you Arlene and Mona

David A. Ball Jr. says:

My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

minco says:

i will always love my dad may your spirit be free god will take good care fore you

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