Jerry D. Moomey, a lifelong resident of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, passed away from this life on Friday, January 27, 2023, on the morning of his 74th birthday. Jerry was born to J.D. Moomey and Betty Lee (King) Moomey in Oklahoma City on January 27, 1949. He attended Capitol Hill High School in Oklahoma City, and shortly thereafter went to work in the oil and gas industry as a Machinist, a career he thoroughly enjoyed until his retirement.
Jerry was a responsible, hardworking, and dedicated family man. He had a variety of hobbies and interests throughout his life. He loved sports and enjoyed bowling, as well as playing softball, volleyball and especially golf. He enjoyed watching his favorite teams play and followed the OKC Thunder, OU and Dallas Cowboys football, as well as cheering on the Texas Rangers. He also loved to hunt and fish and liked taking trips out to his favorite fishing hole as often as possible. He loved poker and other card games, and at home, you could often find Jerry playing his card or puzzle games, relaxing with a good book, or watching his favorite television shows, including General Hospital, which he rarely missed an episode of. More than anything in his life, he treasured his family and cherished time spent with those he loved. He loved spoiling his first and only dog, Fifi, and he adored family get-togethers and visits from his children and grandchildren. Jerry was a terrific husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, and friend. He will be dearly missed.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Betty and J.D. Moomey, and two brothers, Pete Moomey, and James Moomey.
Jerry is survived by his loving wife, Heather Moomey; seven children, sons Andy Moomey and his wife Tracie, Rickey Moomey and his wife Tammy, John Moomey, David Moomey, Lovis Moomey and his wife Aleatha, and Zachary Moomey, his daughter, Angie Moomey, and his precious French Bulldog, Fifi; eleven grandchildren, and eleven great-grandchildren; four sisters, Carol Rattcliff, Darlene Bursiga and her husband Ceaser, Betty Ann Haggy, and Cindy Sasnett and her husband Jim; along with many more loving family members and friends.
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