Shawnee resident Crystal Dawn Tiger entered this earth on January 16, 1977 and arrived in the loving arms of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on July 13, 2023. Crystal was born to Billie Ruth Pennock and Bill Tiger, Sr.
Crystal spent her childhood years residing in Prague, Oklahoma with her mom and her big brother. Crystal had many friends in the Prague area that even after she moved away, never forgot her. She never forgot them either. Into adulthood, Crystal was given the most wonderful birthday present, a son, Tyler Dai. It was truly the happiest day of her life. For hobbies, Crystal loved working on cars and was a very skilled mechanic. Crystal was a very proud member of the Sac & Fox Nation and was Thunder Clan. Crystal was honored to be full blood Native American and honored the traditions of her blood line.
Soon after her sons sudden passing, Crystal was guided to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Crystal professed her love and belief that Jesus was her Savior and often shared her testimony with others and loved Bible study with family and friends. Crystal was baptized at The Church of Acts in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Crystal had a heart of gold and would drop what she was doing to help out a friend or family member in need. She was truly everyone’s best friend in some way. Her pride and joy was her son, Tyler Dai. Crystal has now been reunited in Heaven with her son, her mom, and her sister.
Preceding Crystal in death are her beloved mother, Billie Ruth Pennock, her son, Tyler Dai Kauality, her special cousin/sister, Shawn Lasley, along with numerous uncles and aunties that have went on to be with their ancestors.
Surviving Crystal in death is her hero and big brother, Billy Tiger Jr., her father, Bill Tiger Sr., and her legacy that will live on many more generations through her two precious granddaughters, along with numerous uncles, aunties and those lifelong friends that she made along the journey of life.
Wake services will be 7:00 P.M. Sunday, July 16, 2023 at First Indian Baptist Church in Shawnee. Funeral services will be 11:00 A.M. Monday, July 17, 2023 at First Indian Baptist Church with burial to follow at Wakolee Cemetery.