Jerry Mutz

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Jerry Mutz

Born August 13, 1944, in Chickasha, OK. He passed from this life and joined His Heavenly Father on September 30, 2018 in Shawnee, OK.
Jerry grew up in Ninnekah, OK, and graduated from Ninnekah High School in 1962. He was a member of the Sheet Metal Workers Union, Local #124, for 41 years. He farmed and raised cattle during his younger years. Jerry was a skilled craftsman, a pilot, a motorcycle rider, a snow skier, a boater, a loyal OU and Thunder fan, a fisherman, a believer in right and wrong, a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He was a lover of his family and Jesus Christ. He was a member of Blackburn Chapel Baptist Church in Bethel Acres, OK.
He is survived by his wife, Sandy K. Mutz, of the home, his children, Marty Mutz (Dala) of Shawnee; Michelle Paty (Adam) of Wynnewood; Seth Mutz (Paige) of Norman; Jennifer Massey (Roberto) of Shawnee; 9 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild; one sister, Hatty DeHart (Harold) of Duncan, OK.
There will be a casual *Come & Go - Celebration of Life* for him on Sunday, October 7th, from 2-4:00 p.m. at Blackburn Chapel Baptist Church, located at 36305 Lake Road, Bethel Acres, OK. Food, desserts and drinks will be served.
Published on October 3, 2018
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Ed and Berry
Oct 07, 2018
Our thoughts are with Jerry’s family, but since he was a testament to all Christians, we are sure his family finds comfort in that. Since he never appreciated my sardines may he have nothing but filets in Heaven.
Patricia Holding Rackley
Oct 05, 2018
My friend Jerry. We attended 12 years together in the Ninnekah School System. Oh the memories that this brings back for me! Jerry enjoyed life always. Laughs abound plenty from our days in high school. Jerry and Sandy were the hosts of our last class reunion in their home on the lake in Shawnee. A day of such fun and memories. Since that day two members from our class are missing. Sandy, thanks to you and Jerry for a wonderful day. Jerry has traded his life on the lake, which he loved, to his home in Heaven. There among others who will great him are his sweet little Mom and his loving brother.

See you later, my friend.