OBITUARY

Joe Dee Bronson II

September 26, 1990October 21, 2020
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Joe Dee Bronson, II was born September 26, 1990 in Oklahoma City. He attended grade school at St Mary’s in Guthrie. The family moved to Edmond in 2001 where he graduated from Edmond North High School in 2009. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2013.

Joe was a “sweet spirit”, kind and always ready to help. Outdoors was his favorite place to be, especially grooming the landscape and learning how to garden with mom and pops. His loyal dog, Jagger, was always at his side or waiting at the door for his boy to come home.

Joe loved soccer, playing for the Edmond Soccer Club and Edmond North High School. He was an avid sports fan especially when his favorite teams were playing: OU Sooners, Kansas City Chiefs, and Tottingham Soccer club. Watching his nephew Avery play football was a great joy for Joe and he was very proud of Avery’s accomplishments.

Joe was a loving son, brother, brother-in-law and uncle. He has so many amazing friends and he was a loyal friend to all. The “boys” (longtime friends) kept in touch every day.

Joe is survived by his parents, Joe and Glenda Bronson; sister, Kelli Stone and husband Chris; nephew, Avery Stone; uncle and aunt, Dan and Donna Bronson; many cousins; and so many loving, loyal friends.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank, Catholic Charities, or the charity/organization of your choice.

Joe, Glenda, Kelli, Chris, Avery and Jess would like to express gratitude to the Edmond first responders, Mercy ER staff, and the Mercy ICU staff for the excellent care of Joe and compassion for all of us. Great thanks to the Bronson nieces (nurses at Mercy) who walked by our side.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, October 28, 2020

  • Memorial Mass

    Friday, October 30, 2020

Memories

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Trent Guinn

October 30, 2020

Love you Joe Dee

Blythe Sands

October 28, 2020

Joe,
You were the first person I met at Paychex. Your IMs, big genuine smile, and willingness to help made work not just tolerable, but fun. When you moved back to OK, you always kept in touch because you were that kind of a friend.
I’ll miss your texts and your big caring heart, but I know you are in a better place. Go rest high, Joe Joe!

Cory Arthur

October 28, 2020

Love you.

Melanie, Ken and Ella Arthur Bonfield

October 27, 2020

We are so sad about Joe. With deepest sympathy.

Dan Bronson

October 27, 2020

Bronsons Gone Caribbean

Uncle Dan & Aunt Donna Bronson

October 27, 2020

Uncle Dan & Aunt Donna Bronson

October 27, 2020

Our Little Joe blessed his family from the moment he was born. He was a miracle whether he was crying at the fireworks show as a baby or being an awesome young adult. We will miss knowing that he is no longer here, but know God must need another angel in heaven that served Him well on earth.

Rachel Paziuk

October 27, 2020

You were the light in the dark.

You once told me your favorite Disney movie growing up was the Fox and the Hound. So in the wise words of Widow Tweed “Goodbye may seem forever, Farewell is like the end, but in my heart's a memory, and there you'll always be.”

You will be forever missed Joe Dee, until we meet again.

Dustin Rinehart

October 26, 2020

You were a man of few words, but full of unending loyalty and compassion.
Your reassuring presence will be forever missed, brother.

adrianna kreienbrink

October 26, 2020

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