Arlen G. Daukei September 30, 1959 ~ July 31, 2018
Traditional wake services for Arlen G. Daukei, 58, of Canton, OK were held at 7:00 p.m., Monday evening, August 6, 2018 at the Canton Native American Gymnasium. Funeral services were held at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at the same venue with Rev. Gerald Panana and Rev. George Akeen, Jr. officiating. Interment followed in the Canton Reinterment Cemetery under the direction of the Pierce Funeral Home, Canton. Arlen Gene Daukei was born September 30, 1959 at Clinton, OK to James Wolf and Arlene (Standingwater) Daukei. He departed this life Tuesday evening, July 31, 2018 at his home in Canton, OK. Arlen graduated with the class of 1977 at Canton High School. He attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University at Alva. He worked at US Gypsum in Southard for 30 some years, then Brickman Fastline for 5 years, then for the Cheyenne and Arapaho transit for a short time. At the time of his passing he was working for the Canton Lucky Star Casino as a maintenance supervisor. Arlen was an avid sports fan, he enjoyed watching OU football and Oklahoma City Thunder basketball with his wife. Arlen was a man with a big heart always willing to help people out when they needed it. He loved all his family and missed his wife dearly. He was preceded in death by his wife Alberta Kaye Fletcher Daukei; both parents James and Arlene Daukei; one brother Theodore Ray Daukei; grandparents James and Ruth Standingwater and Walter and Hattie Daukei; Survivors include four sisters Carole Daukei, Ramona Abrams and Kimberly Lime all of Canton and Corrine Stewart of Clinton, OK; one brother Stacker Daukei of Phoenix AZ; two step children Stephen Fletcher and Clarinda Fletcher of El Reno, OK; nieces and nephews Demetria Daukei, Sherry Fire, Kaycee Daukei, Neko Watson, Jarvis Daukei, Michael Fire Daukei, Stacker Daukei Jr.; grandchildren and great grandchildren, Damian Beartrack, Brittany Daukei, Felicia Daukei, Jarvis Daukei Jr., Oakley Kirshner, Cedar; Sage and Taelynn Fletcher, Mason, Damian Jr. and Elias Beartrack, Zeleh Carpitcher. Condolences may be made online at www. piercefuneralhomes.com.