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In Memory of

Jeffrey Dean Canary

August 30, 1969 - October 12, 2016

Obituary


Jeffrey Dean Canary, age 47, born August 30th 1969 in Oklahoma City, OK to Diane and Terry. He was called home on Wednesday, October 12th 2016.
He met the love of his life in February of 1991, Tyra Hendrix, and made her his wife on April 21st 1998. They welcomed their daughter Tiffany Rhnee in 1992 and their son Jeffrey Daniel in 1998.
He is survived by his loving wife, Tyra, daughter, Tiffany, and son Daniel, his parents Diane and Roger Northcutt and Terry and Linda Canary, his siblings Angela Springer, Steven Canary,...

Jeffrey Dean Canary, age 47, born August 30th 1969 in Oklahoma City, OK to Diane and Terry. He was called home on Wednesday, October 12th 2016.
He met the love of his life in February of 1991, Tyra Hendrix, and made her his wife on April 21st 1998. They welcomed their daughter Tiffany Rhnee in 1992 and their son Jeffrey Daniel in 1998.
He is survived by his loving wife, Tyra, daughter, Tiffany, and son Daniel, his parents Diane and Roger Northcutt and Terry and Linda Canary, his siblings Angela Springer, Steven Canary, Jessica Hall and Ben Northcutt. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Frank and Claudia Canary and maternal grandmother Johnnie McGuire, Aunt Sue, Aunt Vickie, and great nieces Victoria Lynn and Addy Jo.
Jeff was an amazing husband, dad, son, brother, uncle, nephew, brother-in-law, and friend. He loved everyone he met and everyone loved him as well. His sense of humor & smile brightened every room, and his hearty laugh was contagious. He was a phenomenal cook, always making sure no one ever left his table hungry. He loved his family immensely, but may have loved Tonka just a little bit more. Jeff was an extreme Oklahoma Sooners fan. He played high school football, his number was 44. He loved John Wayne and Ozzy was his idol who's songs helped him through some hard times. He was a story teller, avid coffee drinker, great listener, advice giver, and an awesome margarita maker who knew how to throw a party. There are not enough words to describe this man that we loved so dearly. He will forever be in our hearts.