In Memory of Freddy Brannon

Freddy Brannon

  • Birth Date: January 18, 1945
  • Death Date: December 15, 2020


Freddy Joe "Jody" Brannon, 75, of Gans passed away early Tuesday morning, Dec 15, 2020, at his home. Jody was born on Jan 18, 1945 in Gans, and had attended Gans public schools. He married Gaye LaDean Coker on March 11, 1980, and with that union they had two children, Jeremy Brannon and Courtney Brannon Williams. He enjoyed fishing and spending time with his friends and family.

Jody is survived by his wife, Gaye of the home; his daughter, Courtney Williams and her husband, Jimmy; grandchildren, Jackie Williams and Hershel Williams; his sister, Mary Southerland; and a host of other friends and relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents, Louis and Ruby Brannon, bothers, Jim Brannon and Kenneth Brannon, and his son, Jeremy Brannon.

Jesus gave him his ultimate breath of life. Jody loved Jesus and called out to him every day. Now he is in the precious hands of the Lord.

Graveside services for Jody Brannon will be held on Thursday, Dec 17, 2020 at 2:00 pm in the Blackjack Cemetery with Rick Coanan officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Service, Sallisaw.

Message from Regina Morgan Davis

To Gaye and family: I am extremely sorry to hear of your loss and am sorry I didn’t get to meet him or your family. Prayers are going up for all of you.

Message from Paula Ogdon

Sorry about your loss

Message from Retha Victory

I'm very sorry for your loss. Prayers

Message from Cindy Rogers Jerry Rogers

Sending hugs and sorry for your loss.

Message from Joan Taylor

I am so sorry to learn of your sad news— especially this time of year. Thank God for His promise of eternal life in Christ Jesus!

Message from Martha Rodgers

I sure will miss my ol buddy Jode

Message from Kelli Erwin Timmerman

My father Ned Erwin passed away Jan 2017. Throughout my life dad talked about Jody and their teenage adventures. It always made us laugh. May your family be comforted.

Message from Annette fulce workman

Gayle I am so sorry for your loss.prayers for you and your family



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