USAO News Bureau

Charlotte L. Key

Sunday, December 22, 2013

CYRIL - Funeral for Charlotte Lynn Key, 48, Cyril, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Comanche Nation Funeral Home Chapel with Lay Speaker Tina Baker officiating. Burial will follow at Celestial Gardens, Cyril, under direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home. Charlotte went to her heavenly home Sunday, Dec. 22, 2013. Prayer service will be at 7 p.m. today at Comanche Nation Funeral Home Chapel with Tina Baker officiating. Charlotte was born Dec.11, 1965, at Lawton Indian Hospital to Laura Niedo and Bobby Hutton Sr. She grew up in the Cyril area. Charlotte graduated from Riverside Indian School in 1984. On Feb. 12, 1994, she married Rickie "Bill" Key. She worked at CSL for three years, Cyril Nursing Home for one year and numerous other jobs. She also attended Comanche Nation College in Lawton and USAO in Chickasha. Charlotte was a happy, lovable person to be around. She always shared lots of laughter anywhere she went and was very blunt and outspoken. She also always put others first before herself. She was a member of the Comanche Nation and a descendent of the Lookingglass and Niedo family. She is survived by her husband, Rickie, of the home; son, Charles Key and wife Ashley Key, of the home; daughter, Danna Key, of Cyril; two granddaughters: Jennah Asher and Makenzie Ashlyn Key, of the home; two dogs: Noah and Squish, of the home; mother, Laura Lawson, of Cyril; father, Bobby Hutton Sr., of Geronimo; two sisters: Diane Smith and husband Chad Smith, and Kimberly Hutton, all of Cyril; brothers: Bobby Hutton Jr., of Cyril; Charles Killsfirst, Robert Amon Killsfirst, Freddie Lynn Killsfirst, Jason Lee Hutton and Charlene Killsfirst, of Geronimo; four nieces:Valorie Smith,Ashley Smith and Aubriana Kionute and Erin "Cookie" Hutton, of Cyril; four nephews: Daniel Hutton, Jacob Robertson and Elijah Robertson, all of Cyril; and Christopher Coley, of Oklahoma City; four uncles: Theodore Niedo, of Cache; Lans Saupitty, and Calvert Codynah, both of Cyril; and Van Codynah, of Lawton; and numerous cousins, nephews, nieces and many friends. She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Comanche Code Talker Haddon Codynah; grandmother, Martha Codynah; grandfather, Menno Niedo; stepfather, Charlie Lawson; brother, Ricky Dean Killsfirst; uncle, Michael Niedo Sr.; aunts: Carolyn Niedo, Lydia Niedo and Delores "Tiny" Kawaykla; cousins: Malcolm Niedo and Elvia Rosada; and one nephew, Taylor "Big Sacs" Niedo.