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Christena Nichole Waller, 33, passed from this life on October 12, 2020, in an automobile accident in Florida.
Nichole was born on March 3, 1987, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma; the daughter of George Jacob and Christena Lynn (Dilbeck) Waller. Nichole was raised and received her education in Hominy, Oklahoma, graduating with the class of 2005. Following high school, Nichole remained in Hominy and was employed at the Osage Nation Casino. In 2006, she moved to Florida. In 2010, Nichole moved to Kentucky and then returned to Florida in 2016, where she continued to reside. She worked for the Home Shopping Network as a call center agent, and Nichole was currently employed as an accountant assistant for Gyarmathy and Associates.
Nichole was an active mother and loved watching her kids play softball. She helped as a coach, teaching numerous children the skills she possessed. Nichole also enjoyed the Native American Life dancing in many competitions.
Survivors are her mother Crissy Waller and her husband Robert Pratt, three children; Treva Josephine Starr, Drema Nichole Ellis, and Dawson Kade Ellis; four siblings, George Little Sun Waller and wife Melanee, Jacob Everett Waller and his wife Lindsey, Leah Matin Merrell, Cole Jace Waller, and numerous other relatives and friends that will mourn her passing. Nichole was preceded in death by her father George J. Waller; brother Matthew Roderick Waller; grandmother Cedar Marguerite (Matin) Waller; grandfathers George E. Waller, and Thomas E. Dilbeck.
Services will be held on Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 9:00am at the Osage Nation Community Center in Hominy, Oklahoma. Burial will be held at A. J. Powell Memorial Cemetery. Chapman-Black Funeral Home will be handling the arrangements. Friends and family may visit an online guest book and memorial page for Nichole at www.chapman-black.com.
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