Hanah Nycole Puga, 20, left us to be with her Lord Thursday November 23rd, 2012. With such a free spirit she needed to be free from the constraints here on earth. The sky will never be as blue, the stars will never shine as bright and the air will never be as sweet as it was while she was here with us.
Hanah was a self taught musician; she played the drums, guitar and bass guitar. She wrote her own lyrics and music. Her favorite things while here on this earth were music, sports and family.
Hanah played basketball, soccer, and loved to run. She was a Varsity team member for Ponca City High School Soccer all four years of high school. She was the sophomore homecoming attendant and she graduated in 2010. She then attended Oklahoma Wesleyan University where she played soccer also. She was employed by Quick Trip.
She is survived by her parents Tony and Kym Puga, two brothers Braxton and Kris Puga, one sister Rikki Rodriguez of Ft. Worth, Texas. Grandmother Molly Colvin of Odessa, Texas, Grandparents Don and Hope Hall of Crane, Texas. Uncles David Puga of Crane, Texas, Tommy Puga of Midland, Texas, Kris Crow and wife Tisha of Odessa, Texas, Jack and Nancy Henry of Odessa, Texas. Eleven cousins and Godmother RaMona Baughn of Midland, Texas. Numerous friends , but a few that are so close they must be mentioned Charles Peterson of Rankin, Texas, Miley Barrandey and family of Midland, Texas, Guy and Stephanie Buckland of Bartlesville, Bennie and Lisa Armendarez and family of Bartlesville.
Funeral services will be held at 1:00 PM on Wednesday in the Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel. Friends who wish may sign the online guest book and leave condolences at www.stumpff.org
Please find help for teens who struggle with depression. A memorial has been established and those who wish to make a contribution in memory of Hanah Nycole may do so to the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide 110 W. Main St. Freehold, New Jersey 07728.
"Now I'm standing here alone on the edge of my world on the side of the road Waiting for my cab to come Does anybody hear her? "
By Hanah Puga