Help honor the memory of Jackie Warledo

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Raised by 39 people in 4 months
Created January 6, 2019
The Friends and Family of Jackie Warledo
on behalf of Tushka Hill
Remembering and Honoring Jackie Warledo

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Family, Friends, the Seminole Nation, Oklahoma community members and the Indigenous Movement around the world are mourning the passing of Jacquelynn “Jackie” Warledo, Seminole Nation Tribal Citizen of the Wind Clan.   Jackie was a loving and beloved Mother and Grandmother, a loyal friend and a tireless, fearless Warrior for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. She was born on January 29, 1956 and passed away in Oklahoma City after a sudden illness on January 5th, 2019.

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At the time of her passing, Jackie was the Finance Coordinator for the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC), an Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Organization in Consultative Status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council.  She served as a member of IITC’s Board of Directors and was Board Treasurer from 2001 to 2006.  She served as an IITC delegate to many international gatherings, including the UN Commission on Human Rights.

Jackie was an Indigenous Environmental campaigner addressing toxic production for many years and, and worked with many Indigenous organizations, Tribal Nations and environmental organizations, as well as at the United Nations in negotiations for the Stockholm Convention, a global treaty addressing Persistent Organic Pollutants that went into force in 2004.

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Jackie was an Indigenous Environmental campaigner addressing toxic production for many years and, and worked with many Indigenous organizations, tribes and mainstream environmental organizations, as well as states, at several international forums to strengthen the language of a global treaty at the United Nations Environmental Program on Persistent Organic Pollutants. She was a staff member of the Indian Lands Toxics Program for Greenpeace, and co-founded and served as a National Council member of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) as well the IEN Oklahoma Regional Council (ORIEN).

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Jackie was a dedicated participant in activities of the Seminole Nation as well as in many grassroots community organizations in Oklahoma. In the last year she served as acting Tribal Secretary.  She also worked as the communications director for Seminole Nation of Oklahoma’s businesses which included media communications, marketing, editor for monthly newsletter, the production of a weekly radio program and oversight for the development of a tribal web site.  Jackie was also a co-founder and active participant in the Seminole Sovereignty Protection Initiative.  She was dedicated participant in her traditional cultural ceremonial activities and was a famously good cook at home and at her traditional camp.     

She is survived by her beloved sons David Tahchawwickah and Tushka Hill; four beautiful grandchildren Tawney, Jack, Paul, Kunchatee and Shaylah; sisters and brothers Billy Williams,  Lela, Martha, Johnny and Calvin Warledo; nieces and nephews, and many loving friends and co-workers.  She is preceded and will be welcomed into the spirit world by her parents Georgia Harjo and Jack Warledo, grandparents, brother Carl Hopper, Scotti Ross, Jimmy Warledo, Johnson Warledo and other aunts and uncles, and many leaders and friends from the Indigenous Peoples movement including Phillip Deere, Bill Wahpepah, Jan Stevens and Nilak Butler.          

An all-night wake and visitation will take place beginning Tuesday January 8th at 5 PM, Seminole Nation Mekusukey Mission Gym, 2566 NS 3540, Seminole.  Funeral services will be held that at 1 PM on Wednesday January 9th.   Jackie’s final resting place will be at the Hill Family cemetery in Sasakwa.  

Pall bearers and honorary pall bearers include Jack and Paul Tahchawwickah, Sunhawk Hill, Eric Wise, Ahse Deere, Jimmy “Big” Warledo Jr., Bear Warledo, Tommy Big Head, Ron Lameman, Rodney Factor and Bumpy Kanahele.     

For those that want to provide flowers, send to Stout-Phillips funeral home, 409 S. Wewoka Avenue, Wewoka, Oklahoma 74884.  
 
“Humankind has not woven the web of life.  We are but one thread within it.  Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves.  All things are bound together.  All things are connected.”

-        Chief Seattle
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