Phyllis Stanley Harwell-Dailey entered into eternal peace on Friday, November 11, 2005. Mrs. Dailey was born on December 26, 1922, in Wichita, Kansas. Mrs. Harwell-Dailey attended Pawnee Indian School, graduated from High School in California and went to College at Stanford University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. She worked from 1974 until 1990 for the Otoe-Missouria Tribe in various capacities.
Mrs. Harwell-Dailey was preceded in death by her parents, Ross Stanley and Ella Pipestem-Stanley, a brother, Arnold Stanley, and a half-brother, Melvin Stanley. Mrs. Harwell-Dailey married Charles Dean Harwell in 1952. Mr. Harwell preceded her in death in 1993.
Mrs. Harwell-Dailey is survived by her husband, Dewey L. Dailey of Red Rock; her son, C. Michael Harwell of Red Rock; her daughter, Michelle Stovall of Arlington, Texas; and two granddaughters, Aimee Stovall and Melissa Stovall, both of Arlington, Texas. She is also survived by nephews, Dennis Stanley of Tulsa, Douglas Stanley of Haysville, Kansas, and Phillip Stanley of Oklahoma City and a niece, Barbara Stanley Thomas of Vernon, Arizona. Additionally, Mrs. Harwell-Dailey is survived by Winfred Lieb of Ponca City, John McIntosh of Lawton, Francis McIntosh of South Dakota, Roberta Henderson of Red Rock and Gerald McIntosh of Ponca City.
A prayer service will be held Sunday evening, November 13 in the Otoe-Missouria Cultural Center and the traditional funeral feast will be held Monday at noon. A memorial service will be held in Waxahachie, Texas, at Wayne Boze Funeral home on Friday, November 18.
» Originally published in the Ponca City News.