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  • Billy "No Shame" Ahhaitty

    It was just confirmed that Billy Joe "No Shame" Ahhaitty passed on to the Creator yesterday.

    My condolences to the Monoessy and Ahhaitty families, the Southern Boyz drum and the Wild Band of Comanches drum.
    Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

  • #2
    My heart, prayers and love go out to bill ahhaitty's family (wild band of comanches and monassey families) bill was a good friend of our family. Oklahoma powwows will not be the same without "no shame" but there is no more suffering, no more pain and a lot of rejoycing on the other shore. Relatives greeting & welcoming him home... Rest in peace my brother with much love and respect for this family

    Be strong, but not rude.
    Be kind, but not weak.
    Be bold, but don't bully.
    Be humble, but not shy.
    Be confident, but not arrogant.

    Lessons Learned In Life


    • #3
      Condolences to the Ahhaitty family.


      • #4
        OH NO! Such sad news. My deepest sympathy to all his family and friends. He used to always give my oldset daughter money when she was a little girl, back when he lived up here in Osage Country.

        He's going to go sing, in Heaven!


        • #5
          Obiturary for Bill "No Shame" Ahhaitty

          Billy "No Shame" Joe Ahhaitty
          ELGIN Funeral for Billy "No Shame" Joe Ahhaitty, 59, Elgin, will be at 10 a.m. on Tuesday at the Woogie Watchetaker Hall at the Comanche Nation Complex with Minister Milton Sovo officiating.
          Mr. Ahhaitty went to his heavenly home on Saturday, May 15, 2010, in Lawton.
          Burial with military honors will be at Post Oak Cemetery under the direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home.
          Prayer service will be Monday at 7 p.m. at the Comanche Nation Complex.
          No Shame was born on June 20, 1950, in Lawton, to Elrod and Barbara Ahhaitty Monoessy. He grew up in Walters and attended Walters Public School. He entered the U.S. Marines Corp in 1967 at Camp Pendleton, San Diego, California with the 1st Marine Division. No Shame worked as a custodian for ten years at Elgin Public Schools. He served as Head Singer for many Pow Wows all over Oklahoma. He was a member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma and the Comanche Native American Church. No Shame loved going to Pow Wows, the Casino and attending dances. He enjoyed playing softball, golf, and pitching horseshoes.
          Survivors include four children: Buffy Pete and Duffy Randolph of the home; Sunshine Joey Ahhaitty, Geronimo; Beverlee Jewel Ahhaitty Antonio, Ruidoso, N.M.; three brothers: Elrod Monoessy Jr., Walters; Neal Mack Monoessy, Georgia; Charles Berkeley Monoessy, Walters; six sisters: Ruby Mae Woodard, Carnegie; Julian KnifeChief, Pawnee; Florence Starr, Stroud; Dorothy Tahah, Elgin, Althea Monoessy, Mcloud; Wilnetta "Sukie" Monoessy, Walters; sixteen grandchildren; one aunt, Beverlee Boyd, Stroud; one uncle Berkeley Ahhaitty, Yukon; Big Brother Thomas Blackstar; special brothers: Craig Satepauhoodle, Pete Coffey Jr., Robert Komacheet Jr., and a special aunt, Chily Tofpi.
          He was preceded in death by: a daughter, Deanna Ahhaitty; his parents; his grand parents, Lucius Ahhaitty and Ruby Aunquoe; one aunt, Anna "Cherry" Honeycutt; three uncles, Arthur "Blue" Ahhaitty, Andrew Beaver, and Alton Beaver.
          Monday, May 17, 2010

          Just talked with the family and they said everything will be held at the Comanche Complex....


          • #6
            See you later NO SHAME.


            • #7

              Originally posted by WhoMe View Post
              It was just confirmed that Billy Joe "No Shame" Ahhaitty passed on to the Creator yesterday.

              My condolences to the Monoessy and Ahhaitty families, the Southern Boyz drum and the Wild Band of Comanches drum.
              Walk beside me, learn what I know, for one day it will be your path.


              • #8
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