FLOYD JOE KERR OBITUARY Reprinted with Permission © Parks Brothers Funeral Home
FLOYD JOE KERR
1957 - 2013
Floyd Joe Kerr was born on July 22, 1957, in Wichita, Kansas, and departed this life on Wednesday, June 12, 2013, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at the age of 55.Joe, the son of Ernest J. and Margaret Rae Morelock Kerr, was a long-time resident of the Oklahoma City area having recently moved to Prague.He married Bonnie Vincent in September 1974. Together they had two children.Joe was a cabinet builder and general carpenter.His father preceded Joe in death.Joe is survived by his son, Kyle Joseph Kerr of Norman; daughter, April Dawn Kerr of Norman; step-daughter, Megan Blanco; mother, Margaret Kerr of Prague; brothers and sisters-in-law, Stanley Kerr of Prague, Mike Kerr of Prague, Ronnie and Nancy Kerr of Prague, Dexter and Sandra Kerr of Lincoln, AR, Craig and Susan Kerr of Prague; sisters and brothers-in-law, Margaret "Tina" and Phillip Powell of Eufaula, Rosalie and Jerry Tedder of Tulsa; companion, Rochelle Kerr; and a host of nieces, nephews, friends and extended family.A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 6, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. at the Parks Brothers Funeral Service Chapel in Prague.
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