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Joseph Ray "Joe" Meyer
Oct 13, 1970 - Oct 13, 2014
Posted by Janet Laubhan Flickinger


Joseph “Joe” Ray Meyer, 44 of Norman passed away Monday, October 13th, 2014.  He was born October 13th, 1970 in Norman, Oklahoma to Lynn Meyer & Patsy Meyer (Kinsey).

Joe spent his life in Norman, where he graduated from Norman High School in 1988.  At the time of his death, Joe was a co-owner of Meyer Brothers Construction.  An avid hunter, there was nothing more that Joe loved than to take his beloved lab “Ruger” hunting.  Joe lived life to the fullest and had a personality bigger than life.  Above all, Joe was a devoted father and friend.

Joe was preceded in death by his infant son, Tristan Wyatt; paternal grandparents, Ray & Essie Meyer and maternal grandparents, Robert & Emma Kinsey. 

Joe is survived by his parents; a daughter, Heather Jones of Norman, OK; a son, Sutton Shane; longtime partner, Tiffany Rimmer of Norman, OK; a brother, Brian Meyer of Purcell, OK; a sister Casey Peterson and her husband Thad of Goldsby, OK; nieces, Emma Meyer and Ashlyn Peterson; nephews, Bodie Meyer and Easton Peterson as well as number of other family members and close friends.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made to two foundations that were very dear to Joe:  www.warriordogfoundation.org or the www.woundedwarriorproject.org

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