John Thomas King Jr

September 18, 1962 - October 7, 2019
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John Thomas King Jr., 57, passed away unexpectedly on October 7th, 2019. He was born on September 18th, 1962 to John Thomas Sr., and Mary Jo (Carmichael) King in Sentinel, Oklahoma. John grew up and attended school in Sentinel, graduating from Sentinel High School in 1980. He met the love of his life Terri Palmer and they married on April 18, 1985 in Vernon, Texas. He had three daughters; Katrina, Jamie, and Whitney. John was a hard worker. He spent his working life farming. He also worked for Sentinel Western Producers Co-op presently, Wootton New Holland in earlier years. He was also a volunteer Fireman and drove Tanker 5. He felt it was an honor and privilege to serve on the Fire Department. John was a member of the United Methodist Church. He loved serving his Lord and singing in the choir. In his spare time he liked to fish and watch old TV shows like Gunsmoke and Bonanza. But more than anything he loved being with his wife, daughters and granddaughters. He even loved the granddogs. John will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.

Survivors include his wife Terri King of Sentinel, OK
Daughters: Katrina King of Weatherford, OK
Jamie McDaugale of Retrop, OK
Whitney King of Sentinel, OK
Granddaughters: Genysis King of Weatherford,OK
Kaisyn McDaugale of Rocky, OK
Granddogs: Skittles, Delilah, Fathead, and Letty
Sisters: Nancy Robinson & husband Ronnie of Fort Smith, AR
Kristi Fender & husband Mark of Merritt, OK
Numerous Nieces, Nephews and other family members.


In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Sentinel Fire Department.

Memorial Service: 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 15, 2019
United Methodist Church
Sentinel, Oklahoma

Service Information

Memorial
Date: October 15, 2019
Time: 2:00 pm

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Amy Chrismon
Weatherford, OK
I'm still in awe that this happened. There are no words to say to let the family know how heartbreaking this is. John was our landlord in one of the houses we lived in at Sentinel. My thoughts and prayers go out to the King family.
Jay T Coursey
CARTWRIGHT, OK
I'll never forget helping John change bearings on the disk, or driving the Steiger for a while. Walking into the cafe with John and having the WHOLE place going silent.  So very very sorry.
Dawn Davison
Lowell, AR
No words can express how heartbroken for this family i am. He was a great man and loved ,laughed and lived to the fullest everyday. Love to Teri and the girls and grand girls.?? ??
Pat Cochran
Okla City, OK
Oh John, How I will miss you.  What a great loss for your sweet family and all of us who have known you.  I am so sorry.  My love to your family.
Jan Flippin
Fort Collins, CO
I am in shock. I am devastated. I just keep thinking this can’t be real. “Johnny” was in my life even before I was old enough to know it. He meant the world to me – and our whole family. No one has to tell you how selfless he was, or how special he was. But I want you to know how much I appreciate the way he touched my life, how he cared for our family without question, and how he was always there for us without hesitation.
Terri, Katrina, Jamie, Whitney, Nancy, and Kristi, I wish I could be there in person to share with you the same kind of support Johnny – and you – always gave me. Please know my heart is with you. I pray for each of you, the comfort, peace, and strength you need. I know your husband, father, and brother is receiving an unbelievable reward that he so richly deserves.
Dan Misener Misener Family Harvesters
Elk City, OK
We are at a lost for words. We have cut Johns wheat crop the last five years or so. It was always a pleasure to talk with him on the phone and help get the wheat crop to the bin. He will truly be missed and our thoughts and prayers go out to his whole family. He was one of a kind, we will miss him but Heaven has gained him. If there is anything we can do please let us know. We pray God will bless your entire family in their hour of need. God bless
Lisa brookins
Glen Saint Mary, FL
I’m still in shock. Next to God, you were Terri’s rock.
Terri, I am deeply heartbroken that you’re having to go through this tragedy. Know that I love you and continue to pray for you and the girls.
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