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Jeffrey Craig Chilvers


B: December 3, 1982
D: April 9, 2021

©Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
©Wilson Little Funeral Home

Jeffrey Craig Chilvers, age 38 of Lexington, passed away Friday, April 9, 2021. Jeffrey was born December 3, 1982 in Oklahoma City, the only son of Russell Rowell and Kathryn (Tooley) Tucker. He grew up in Lexington and attended school there, graduating with the Bulldog Class of 2001.

Always an artist and born to create, you could find Jeffrey drawing, sculpting and building things, and he won numerous awards and contests. Out of high school, he tried college and even worked in the oil field for a time, but his heart was always in his art, and he viewed this as his way to "leave his mark on the world". He worked hard and became a master artist at his craft, with the help of his good friend, Rusty Diamond at Diamond Tattoo Shop. He fine tuned his skills, and when the opportunity came, he stepped out in faith and opened his own shop in Lindsay, Full Throttle Tattoo. Jeffrey was a friend to many, always seeing the good in others, that they sometimes couldn't see for themselves. He was gifted, well rounded, and a visionary. He was a proud father and he cherished his children; a wonderful son, brother, grandson, uncle and a true friend, who truly left his "mark on this world". Rest well Jeffrey!

He was preceded in death by: his grandparents, Jack Tooley and David and Joan Rowell and his cousin, Colton Tooley.

Jeffrey is survived by: his pride and joy, his children, Maximus, Alexis and Paige, and granddaughter, Haven; his mother, Kathy Tucker and husband Kenny of Lexington, OK; father, Russell Rowell and wife Jackie of Erie, CO; Sisters, Kaitlin Gilley-Gray and husband Bobby of Moore, Harlo Rowell and Preslee Rowell, both of Erie, CO; Grandmother, Weltha "Nanny Mae" Tooley of Maysville; Several step sisters, one step brother, aunts and uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, and a host of other family and friends.

Graveside Funeral Services are scheduled for 10:00 A.M. Saturday, April 17, 2021, at Lexington Cemetery.

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