Amos was born on April 30, 1930 to original Choctaw enrolees, Jackson and Clarissa (Caldwell) Wesley in Rufe, OK. He married Cledith Bea (Roberson) on July 7, 1950. Chief enjoyed most of his life as a rancher in Sobol, OK with great attention given to every detail of the land, animals, and people around him. The boys were born on the West Coast where he worked as a logger in the Oregon area for 15 years. Chief was a dedicated family man who spent most of his time loving on his grandchildren. His main pastimes were outdoors, hunting for anything that moved, and fishing. He was preceded in death by his parents, and four siblings.
He is survived by his wife Cledith of the home; two sons, Kenneth Sam Wesley and wife Norma of Sobol, OK, Richard Amos Wesley and wife Donna of Grand Prairie, TX; three grandchildren, Richard L. Wesley of McKinney, TX, Holly Bartek of Prague, OK, and Summer Wesley of Bethany, OK; two brothers, Eugene Wesley of Dallas, TX and Willis Wesley of Wright City, OK; 7 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, family, and friends. He is deeply missed.