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Jerry Wayne Meyer
Apr 22, 1951 - Apr 23, 2012
Posted by Janet Laubhan Flickinger


Funeral services for Mr. Jerry Wayne Meyer, age 61, of Norman will begin at 1:00 pm Saturday, April 28, 2012 at CrossPointe Church, 2601 24th Avenue Southeast in Norman with Bob Usry officiating.

The Meyer family will greet friends from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Thursday, April 26, 2012 at the Havenbrook Funeral Home, 3401 Havenbrook Street in Norman.

Jerry was born April 22, 1951 in Purcell, Oklahoma the son of Joseph Raymond and Essie (McHughes) Meyer.  He passed away early Monday morning, April 23, 2012 at the Integris Hospice House in Oklahoma City just one day after his 61st birthday. 

Jerry was a lifelong resident of Norman, graduating from Norman High School in 1969.  He attended the University of Oklahoma for a brief time before co-founding Meyer Brothers Construction Company in Norman with his brother, Lynn in 1971.  Jerry continued to be a vital partner in the company until his death.

Jerry was united in marriage to Kathryn Reiner on June 10, 1985 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Jerry and Kathy made their home in Norman, devoting a significant amount of their time working on the family farm.  They both cared for numerous head of cattle, chickens and horses and maintained a large vegetable garden that provided fresh produce to Norman residents. 

Nothing brought Jerry more joy and peace than spending time fishing with his family and friends.  No matter what Jerry was doing or where he was, he was always ready to spend quiet time fishing somewhere!

Jerry had a strong work ethic and put forth his best in everything he did.  He will be remembered for his big heart and his genuine nature.  He never met a stranger and would help anybody that he could.  He will be missed, but we celebrate his wonderful life and give thanks for the years that we were blessed to have him with us.

Survivors include his wife, Kathryn of the home; his father, Joseph Ray Meyer of Norman;  one son, Brandon Meyer and his wife, Apryl of Norman; two daughters, Jennifer Leen of San Francisco, CA, and Valerie Garrison and her husband, Fred of Forney, Texas; two brothers; Lynn Meyer and his wife, Patsy of Norman; and Bruce Meyer and his wife, Twilia of Norman;two sisters, Denise Meyer of Norman and Donna Meyer of Norman; and five grandchildren; Reese Meyer, Kane Meyer, Aly Meyer, Mia Garrison, and Ella Garrison.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Essie McHughes Meyer. 

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Jerry Wayne Meyer to the Integris Hospice House, 13920 Quailbrook Drive, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73134-1718, or by visiting www.caringbridge.org and selecting the donate tab.

Burial will conclude in St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery in Norman.

Arrangements for Jerry and his family were placed in the care of the Vice Family at Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman.

Online condolences may be shared at www.havenbrookfuneralhome.com

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