Jared Anthony McKinnon

May 8, 1986March 12, 2019

Oklahoma City resident, Jared Anthony McKinnon, 32, passed away Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born May 8, 1986 in Claremore, Oklahoma to Kelly and Tracy (Daniels) McKinnon. He lived in Tulsa during his childhood, and then moved to Oklahoma City with his father. He attended and graduated from Putnam City Academy. Jared was a kind-hearted, soft-spoken, very loving guy and he was well liked by everyone he met. He had a great love for music and for his animals. One of his favorite memories was working in Montana in the Glacier National Park. In recent years, he enjoyed many road trips with his dad, travelling to Colorado and New Mexico. He was preceded in death by his mother, Tracy McKinnon and his step-mother, Susan Simons. Those left to cherish their memories are his father, Kelly McKinnon; son, Lucas Pryor and his mother, Tiffany Pryor; step-siblings, Tyeliah Duncan, Terry Daniels and Stephen Daniels; grandmother, Christina Minnelli; girlfriend, Kelcie Haun; as well as many, many friends. Memorial Services will be held 2pm Tuesday at Bill Merritt Funeral Service.


  • Memorial Service Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Jared Anthony McKinnon

have a memory or condolence to add?

Furkan Cakmak

March 19, 2019

This was taken in October 2016. Right before we left St Mary, MT, we decided to take some pictures so that we could remember our time there. We were not sure what would be the next time we could see each other. However, I was happy to spend my time with such a nice person. He was one of the first persons that I met, and as my boss, he was more than helpful and friendly to us. Whenever I felt bad, his hug and smile was enough to make me happy again. He has influenced my life and made me a better person. I am certain that his memory will endure for the rest of my life.

Dawn Schantz

March 16, 2019

This was taken on Kelcies birthday this past fall. The four of us would frequently get together and have a game night. We were playing wii bowling this night. I of course was losing. We always had such a good time when we got together. I will cherish these memories forever. We would laugh so hard my stomach would hurt. I wish I would have had the chance met him earlier in life. Life can be so unfair at times. My heart goes out to his family. He will be forever loved and missed.