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© The Enid News and Eagle
31 December 2020
Submitted by: Glenn

Geraldine "Jeri" (Hagy) Justice

Geraldine "Jeri" (Hagy) Justice
May 23, 1937 ~ November 7, 2020

Geraldine (Jeri) Hagy Justice passed away 11/7/2020 with her family by her side. She was born in Meadowview, VA, on 5/23/1937 and was the middle child of 5 siblings raised on a farm in the mountains in Southwestern Virginia in a log cabin that was over 100 years old.

Jeri played basketball in high school and later became one of Virginia Tech's first female cheerleaders in 1956. This is where she met her husband, Glen Justice. Their 2 children, Jeff and Tracey, were fortunate enough to live close to her family's farm in Southwestern Virginia when they were young so they got a true sense of Jeri's heritage.

Glen took a position at the University of Oklahoma in 1970 so they moved to Norman where Jeri was very active in the OU Women's Association. They later moved to Enid and she remained a "stay at home" mom and played a lot of tennis! She was also active in Phillips University Women's Club and enjoyed playing intramural basketball.

Jeri was a true Master Gardener so it was a natural fit when she became part owner of the "the Plant Patch" in Enid which was a popular florist and plant shop.

They later moved to Chickasha, Oklahoma, where they built their dream home with the help of their son, Jeff, a custom homebuilder. After Glen's untimely death, she moved back to Norman and built another dream home!

She found love again with Robert Bixler (who also became a Master Gardener!) and they moved to Oklahoma City to be closer to family. Their home on 5 acres was meticulously landscaped and her vegetable gardens were always the envy of many.

Her love for cooking was one of her favorite pastimes. She was known for her infamous sour dough bread (nicknamed Grandma's bread) and baked many loaves weekly for her family and friends. She enjoyed driving her golf cart up and down the street to deliver bread and visit neighbors ... enjoyed a glass of wine or two ... and talk a little politics with a twinkle in her eye!

Jeri is preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, and her husband of 40 years, Glen Justice. She is survived by her partner in life, Bob Bixler; her son Jeff and wife Martha; 2 granddaughters, Blaise and Brynn Justice; daughter Tracey and husband Alan Mason, all of Oklahoma City. She is also survived by a sister, Charlotte Warriner and brother, Ron Hagy (Bonnie) and numerous nieces and nephews.

Her "spunk" will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Due to COVID-19, a private family service was held. 

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