Timothy “T.C” Walker, 46, of Uvalde died on March 9, 2019, in Uvalde.
A funeral service will be held on Oct. 15, 2019, at 10 a.m. in Lawton, Oklahoma. Link Daukei will officiate. Interment will follow at Cache Kiowa Comanche Apache Intertribal Cemetery in Oklahoma, under the direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home.
He was born May 21, 1972, in Lawton, Oklahoma, to LaVone Daukei and Carlton S. Walker II.
He attended schools in Oklahoma and Texas. He studied at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College.
He was a self-taught mechanic who could fix engines. He enjoyed the arts and considered himself an artist. He also enjoyed fishing and shooting his bow and arrow, but most of all the family says he enjoyed dancing and he was a favorite dance partner to the ladies of Uvalde County.
He loved spending time with family and friends, especially his youngest son, Timothy Walker II. He was a proud member of the Comanche Nation.
He is survived by five children, Kiera F. Niedo, Ahdora L. Niedo and Amanda D. Niedo, all of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Mia R. Niedo of Lawton, Oklahoma, and Timothy C. Walker II of Uvalde; his mother; LaVone Daukei Windsor of Fletcher, Oklahoma; two brothers, Carlton S. Walker III of New York and James W. Walker and wife, Annette, of Fletcher, Oklahoma; two sisters; Stephanie Ware and husband, Edmond, of Medicine Park, Oklahoma and Jenny L. Windsor of Wisconsin; two uncles, Link Daukei and wife, Ginger, of Seattle, Washington, and Billy Daukei and wife, Bianca, of Lawton, Oklahoma; five aunts, Valerie Wahkinney and Alva Niedo and husband, Gary, all of Lawton, Oklahoma, Anita Daukei of Cache, Oklahoma, Mona Davis and husband, Chris, of Norman, Oklahoma, and Libby Daumer of Lodi, California; great-uncle; Billy Joe Wermy and wife, Maxine, of Apache, Oklahoma; and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father; son, Timothy C. Niedo; grandparents, Mada Louise Wermy and William Clark Daukei; sister, Yolanda Devaughn; three aunts, Edna Daukei, Marilyn Hendrix and Betty Daukei; and two cousins, Kevin Daukei and Russell Clark Wahkinney.
Comanche Nation Funeral Home, Lawton Oklahoma