Easter Tiger

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Easter S.F. Tiger, 75, of Glenpool, passed away in Tulsa.  After getting over Covid his lungs were damaged.  He was born August 17, 1946 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to John and Soma (Tulsa) Tiger.  He graduated from Kellyville High School and was a full-blooded Muscogee Creek. 

Easter was a very funny and caring man.  He didn’t have much but he helped others with what he had.  He had no children of his own, but he cared for his nephew and niece like his own.  His humor will be missed by all.

Easter never drove a car so he walked everywhere.  He would share rides with whoever picked him up along the road from Sapulpa or Jenks.  His hobbies were going to flea markets and casinos.  He could tell you what machine he played and what pictures had to come up to get free spins.  He called himself famous because people would ask him for his autograph. 

After serving in the Unites States Army, he became a photographer and a self-employed person.  Later creating and designing frames for portraits for people and creating his own to sell. 

He is preceded in death by his parents John and Soma Tiger and brother James Tiger.

He is survived by his niece Sherry Tiger; nephew Michael Tiger; great-niece Kyla Tiger; great-nephew Joseph Tiger and wife Heather; cousin Louise Sapulpa and other family and friends.

Viewing will be 10:00am-5:00pm, Monday, September 27, 2021 at Traditions Funeral Chapel in Kellyville.  Direct burial will be 11:00am, Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at Cumsey Cemetery in Sapulpa.