Jimmie Louis Jeter
1934 - 2007
Jimmie Louis Jeter, 73, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 31, in Antlers, OK.
Services were held at the First Baptist Church in Hugo, OK., with Rev. Doug McClure officiating. Graveside services followed at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Woodbine.
Mr. Jeter was born August 5, 1934, in Wichita Falls, to Jack Henry and Allene Blair Jeter. His mother passed away in April 1945, and his father married Mildred Aileene Stofer, who raised him and his brother. He and Sheri Ann Brooks were married July 1, 1953, in Iowa Park, where they lived until 1996, when they relocated to Fort Towson, OK., where he managed the Two Rivers Ranch. In December 1997, he and his wife bought a ranch in Soper, OK. They owned a second home outside Tres Piedras, N.M. He owned Jeter’s Custom Sand Blasting and was a rancher in Choctaw County 40 years. For many years he was involved in Missions in Mexico and was an active member and served as an usher at Hugo Baptist Church. He served as a Texas State Officer with the Jaycees, and was a past Scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America and a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award. He belonged to the Fort Towson and Hugo Lions Club. He enjoyed the outdoors, trail riding, dancing, and spending time with his family.
He was preceded in death by his mother, his father, and his step-mother.
Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Cynthia Ann Richmond of Cleveland, OK., Elizabeth McCollough of Hugo, OK., Andrea Louis Lyles of Edmond, OK., and Carmi Jim Starwalt of Tres Piedras, N.M.; a brother, Richard Jack of Holliday; 11 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.