Jason Christopher Siniard

August 24, 1974July 3, 2018
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Jason Siniard went to be with the Lord on July 3, 2018, after a valiant fight with cancer. Jason touched so many lives with his kind, compassionate and giving approach to his family, dear friends, co-workers, patients and acquaintances. Jason loved his family, Christmas, STAR WARS anything, PEANUTS, Custom built guns, fishing, Superheroes, sharing/teaching and learning but must of all, he loved his son, Joshua.

Jason was born in Altus, Oklahoma and moved to Oklahoma City as a young child. Jason graduated from Del City High School and attended classes at Rose State College before beginning 20+ years of employment at University/Children’s Hospital. Jason spent the majority of his working career as a Surgical Specialist.

As an operating room Surgical Specialist, he established a wonderful working relationship with his peers and earned the trust and respect of Surgical Services staff. Jason was both loved and respected by all because he held himself to the highest standards and was a true medical professional. Over the years, he mentored and trained many Operating Room Staff. Most recently, Jason was employed by Community Hospital where he specialized in Orthopedic cases and particularly enjoyed working complex cases with Dr. Calvin Johnson and Dr. Steven Coupens.

Jason was preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Marlin Tally of Mangum, Lorene and John Robbins of Altus; and his grandparents, J.R. and Opal Siniard of Altus, and Carol Jones.

Jason is survived by his love, Lorri Russell and his son, Joshua Siniard of the home; as well as his grandmother, Marlene Jones of Shawnee, OK; his father James Siniard of Yukon, OK; his beloved mother Cindy Hall and step-father Louis Hall of Oklahoma City; his sister Julie Kennedy, her husband Brad Kennedy, and their children Dylan, Logan and Emily of Chesapeake, VA; his half-sister Karla Copeland and her son Grayson of Yukon, OK; and his step-sister, Jennifer Hall of Meeker.

Additionally, he is survived by his Auntie Nett, aka Mary Lynette Jones of Shawnee, OK; his Uncle Tim and Aunt Cindy Jones and their children, Adam Jones and his wife Stephanie and their children Ryder and Harper, and Candice L. Jones; Great Uncle Norman Tally of Owasso; and many other Aunts, Uncles, and beloved cousins all over the country who will all miss knowing that he is making the world a better place.

A Memorial and Celebration of Life will be held at 2pm Saturday, July 7, 2018 at Southern Hills Baptist Church, 8601 S. Penn, Oklahoma City, OK 73159. Please feel free to wear a Star Wars t-shirt to honor his life-time love of Star Wars.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Salgi Esophageal Cancer Research Foundation to end this horrible disease will be appreciated:

Awareness, Early Detection and Research. #AllPeriwinkleEverything


  • Memorial Service Saturday, July 7, 2018

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Jordyn Butts

August 25, 2018

Jason was amazing. Every time I went up to oklahoma to see family and went to my aunts house he always did everything out of his way to make me and my brother feel welcomed. He wasnt just another one of my aunts boyfriends he was her soulmate and also my family.

sharon Hall

July 7, 2018

Cindy I am so sorry for your loss. Im around if you need to talk. Just know that Jason is in Gods hands and everything is bright and beautiful for him.

Marcella Quiroz

July 7, 2018

My condolences to the Siniard family and friends. You all will be in my thought and prayers.
Jason was an awesome preceptor. When I started out st University 18 years ago, he was one of my preceptors. Always kind, patient and an excellent teacher. He always made the newbs feel comfortable.


July 7, 2018

My condolences to the family for the loss of Jason. May you find comfort as you reflect on the warm memories you shared. And may you find the strength that the God of all comfort can provide to help carry you through this difficult time. -2 Corinthians 1:3,4.

Joseph McClung

July 6, 2018

Jason was a great guy and I’m proud to have helped serve alongside him in the OR for many, many years. He was very instrumental in my development in that environment. He was very knowledgeable and the go-to-guy for various things concerning the Operating Room. I have many memories running through my head. I remember the very first night that OUMC went “live” with their Trauma 1 status at the old University Hospital. You and I were both on call and were required to stay. It was a looonnng night, but getting to be there with you made it all the more fun. You always helped me keep certain things in check brother and I’ll always remember you. Your smile, your goofyness, your excitement for every new Star Wars movie that came out, your tact and thorough delivery for every situation in our 2nd home, the breaks outside together, your advices to help bronze my rookie status at work, and your friendship. Thank you for it all. Your watch here is over, but eternal life has begun. Rest In Peace brother.

With love and much respect,

Joseph McClung

Ronda Redshaw

July 6, 2018

I only knew you a short 4 & 1/2 years ( I worked with you for 1 & 1/2 years), but the impact you made was wonderful! You’re a beautiful person inside and out. I loved the social and political talks we had, I loved how you were ALWAYS willing to help me without me having to ask, I loved how you were ALWAYS trying to teach people and most of all I loved how you were ALWAYS a friend, no matter what. You were loved and will be truly missed! RIP my friend, Your journey is over and you served the lord well!

Monica Ellington

July 6, 2018

Jason asked I worked together in the OR at most city hospital. He was a hoot to work with, a sense of humor that no one could match. Professional describes him well. Jason you will be missed. Rest in peace thy good and faithful servant . You have labored well.