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Timmon Doxtator

December 15, 1952 — April 2, 2024

Timmon J. Doxtator 71, affectionately known as Bom, was born through a snow storm on December 15, 1952 in Chicago, Ill. He started his spiritual journey across the Milky Way through a snow storm on April 2, 2024. Surrounded by his loving family his sisters Fisha (Pat) & Dolly (Brenda) held him and sang to him as he gently drifted away.

Bom suffered a traumatic brain injury when he was 5 years old. Doctors told our family he wouldnt live past 10 years of age. He lived and was loved to a very full life of happiness, love, care & compassion which brought him to the tender age of 71 years young. He was always a big kid at heart who loved to play pranks, loved Sponge Bob and cartoons, game shows, listening to, singing to & dancing to all genres of music, especially old country, Johnny Cash, Elvis, R& B and more. He loved going to powwows and singing to the drum. He was known for wearing his cartoon shirts with matching socks. He loved all the babies and eating was an all time favorite.

Bom was our special gift from Creator who entrusted his care into our arms and in essence it was Bom that would take care of us. Nurturing our hearts with unwavering trust & love, guiding our hands to carefully and respectfully take care of him, giving us words to speak as we became his advocates and caretakers. He taught us what life truly meant for those less fortunate than ourselves and he did it gracefully. He was loved with abundance as was proof in the longevity of many years of life Creator had blessed him with.

Bom was preceeded in death by his parents, Cecilia & Michele' Roberto (the loving man who raised us); biological father, Timmon Doxtator; brothers: Vernon Doxtator and Nathaniel (Lummux) Doxtator; sisters: Roxanne "Roxy" Doxtator and Florence ( Koo-C-Koo) Klakowicz; many aunts and uncles; niece, Juanita Martinez; and nephew, Yoshi Torres.

He is survived by sisters: Cecilia (Felix) Martinez, Brenda (Everett) Black Thunder, and Patricia (Frank) Gutierrez; brother, David (Michelle) Roberto; special nieces: Theresa, Chanel, Gina and Janee'; and many other nieces and nephews who helped with his care throughout the years.

The family extends heartfelt gratitude to the Oneida Community Center staff, Carrie Lindsey CHS Long Term Care Case Program Mgr., Rachel Lemke Tribal Options Social Worker, Julia Jones Community Health Case Mgr. Carrie had been instrumental in aiding the family in finding the correct care and support for Bom's continuing care.

To the family and staff at Cerebral Palsy Center especially LaDonna Pingle CPS Service Coordinator Program Mgr. for her compassionate support throughout the years. His world grew tremendously by being there.

To the family and staff at Compass Development, Kevin LaPointe Compass Director, Gen, Jennifer Berg Regional Director, Matt Zillmer Ridgepoint Director...we couldn't have asked for a better team of people.

These entities have been a solace to our family and we are humbled that we entrusted you with our most cherished treasure... Our Bom.

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His providers at the Oneida Community Health Center Drs Flood and Danby who always kept things truthful and honest with us and always respected our choices.

"he was never heavy, he was our brother"

Pallbearers are Homer Wiseman, Quin Schuyler, Nick Parker, Mitchell Gutierrez, Ronnie Goodeagle, Will Masterson

Honary Pall bearers are Everett Black Thunder, Edmund Black Thunder, Ricky Black Thunder, Frank Gutierrez, Bob Larsen and family, Adam Melchert & family, Lou Williams, Chris Johnson, Michael Schimmel, Ethan Schuyler, Angela Cornelius, Mary Guillaume, Andi Smits

Visitation for Bom will take place at Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home, Seymour, on Monday, April 8, 2024 starting at 9:00 am with the Oneida Hymn Singers at 10:30 am. Traditional Services will take place at 11:00 am with Everett Black Thunder officiating. Buffalo Creek Singers to provide honorary drum ceremony.

Online condolences for Bom's family may be expressed at www.muehlboettcher.com

To send flowers to the family in memory of Timmon Doxtator, please visit our flower store.

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Monday, April 8, 2024

9:00 - 11:00 am (Central time)

Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home

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Monday, April 8, 2024

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