Jack Stephen Van Bibber

December 14, 1934September 12, 2018

Jack Stephen Van Bibber was born in Oklahoma City, on December 14, 1934, to Fred and Helen Van Bibber. Jack had a brother Jerry Ray Van Bibber (deceased) and a sister Patsy Jo Suttman (deceased). He graduated Central High. Jack married Judith E. Seeley on November 24, 1954. After marrying, Jack worked for his father-in-law at Seeley Upholstery. He worked there for a short time and went to work at FAA. He then transferred to Tinker Field. From this union, they were blessed with 4 children. Sherry, David, Steve, and Shelly (deceased). Jack and Judy bought and built their dream home in Edmond, and raised Arabian Horses. Jack and Judy loved to travel and belonged to the Good Sams and Land Run Sams RVing group. Jack retired form Tinker Field to take care of his beloved Judy, who was struck with cancer. He was happily married for 41 years and lost his Judy in 1995. He is survived by his 3 children, Sherry and husband Mike Wash, Reydon, OK. David and wife Rita Van Bibber, Port Orchard, Wa. and Steven Van Bibber of the home in Edmond. He is survived by 6 grandchildren, and 9 great grandchildren. Jack was fortunate to enjoy the friendship of a host of close and personal friends.


  • Visitation Tuesday, September 18, 2018
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Jack Stephen Van Bibber

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Jessica Tudela

September 17, 2018

I will never forget our summer and chrsitmas vacations with Grandma and Grandpa Vanbibber! Grandpa and I would stay up late in the sun room. Might I remind you, that I thought Grandma and Grandpa were rich, because they had a hot tub!! We would sit in that room and Grandpa would record me in the upmost newest technogoly , yes, the voice recorder! Singing songs and recording my voice, with whatever I had to say. Because he always wanted to hear what I had to say. I didn't understand that, when I was younger, but do now that I am older, I figured out the power of voice! To hear your loved ones voice or to hear their voice at any moment when necessary needed. I learned that from him! We need to hear their voice and when we don't have a choice. May we have a recording of that voice or time, to never forget! I will miss you Grandpa and I will never forget our special times together!! Forever in my heart and never forgotten! Tell Grandma, I love her too!