Albert  Pearcy
Albert J. "A.J." Pearcy, 83, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, February 19, 2020. He was surrounded by family and friends who loved him dearly.
A.J. was born October 9, 1936 in Amber, OK to R.H. and Verda Dudgen Pearcy. He was the sixth of eight children.
A.J. graduated from Pioneer school in 1955. From there he enlisted in the Air Force where he served four years from 1956 to 1960. After leaving the Air Force, he went to work at Tinker Air Force Base where he spent 30 ½ years as a radar repairman. One of his major accomplishments while at Tinker was when he was featured in Popular Science Magazine for his work on the first laser.
A.J. married the love of his life, June West, on July 29, 1960 and would have celebrated 60 years this July. They were faithful members of the church and worked diligently at Pettijohn Youth Camp. Together, they set an example of true servants.
A.J. was a special combination of joy, love, compassion and strength. He taught many lessons from his great example.
A.J. was preceded in death by his dad R.H. Pearcy, mom Verda Pearcy, four sisters, one brother and one son-in-law, Justin Giddens.
Survivors include his wife June West Pearcy; daughter Robin Giddens; daughter and son-in-law Tammy and Jerry Patrick; daughter April Schwenn; daughter and son-in-law Cindy and Eddie Lee; 10 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; brother and sister-in-law Tommy and Gladys Pearcy; sister and brother-in-law Mary and Rudy Pfeiffer and numerous other family members.
A memorial service celebrating his life will be Monday, February 24, 2020 at 6:30 in the evening at the Southern Oaks Church of Christ.
Cremation arrangements are with McRay Funeral Home.
Published on February 21, 2020


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Lora Evans
Feb 23, 2020
So sorry to hear about your Dad.
Karen Jerman
Feb 21, 2020
What a journey the Pearcy’s and Jerman’s have enjoyed! Our multiple generations of friendship have been a great blessing for our families!
One of the (big) reasons we never left our jobs and home at Amber-Pocasset was because of our friendship. We knew we would never be able to find anyone with the kind of good and Godly influence that you had with our family. We chose you (AJ & June) to be the guardians of Holly, Chad, and Brian if both of us were to die before they grew to adulthood. Ours was a relationship that went beyond DNA.
I hope that I never lose my memory, because if I do, I’ll be losing a vast storehouse of some of my greatest treasures!
To just say “I love you” see so inadequate to describe my feelings.
I look forward to Jack and I walking around Heaven with our June & AJ someday❣️
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Sharry Smith Layman
Feb 21, 2020
Uncle A. J. Rest In Peace and know that you provided me with some of the most amazing childhood memories. As I look back I smile thinking of all the love I received from you and Aunt June. I have countless, amazing memories. You and Aunt June raised four of the best role models a girl could have. Thank you for the memories and thank you for always coming home from work and letting me rifle through your lunch box. Best memories EVER. Aunt June, Robin, April, Tammy and Cindy you have always held a special place in my heart and now I pray that you find peace because I know you have nothing but precious memories. Love you all so very much! Love you to heaven and back Uncle A.J.!