Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

8805 Ne 23Rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK


Jeffrey Bruce Kincaid

October 24, 1960July 29, 2019

Jeffrey Bruce Kincaid, 58, of Midwest City, Oklahoma, passed away unexpectedly on July 29, 2019 at his home. Born October 24, 1960 in Sweetwater, Texas, he was the son of John B. Kincaid, Jr. and Agnes Jean (Jenkins) Burnett. Jeffrey was a heavy equipment operator for Waste Management. He loved being outdoors and enjoyed fishing and hunting. Preceding Jeffrey in death were his father, John B. Kincaid, Jr. and his step-father, John Burnett. Survivors include his mother, Agnes Jean Burnett of Pittsburg, Texas; his wife Kari Kincaid of the home; one son, Jeffrey and his wife Jessica Kincaid of Tulsa, Oklahoma; one daughter, Tessa and her husband Charles Brunson of DeKalb, Texas; six grandchildren; three brothers, John B. Kincaid, III of Tulsa, OK; Danny Kincaid of Edmond, OK; and Rocky Kincaid of Pittsburg, TX; two sisters, Kim Ernest of Pittsburg, TX; and Mitzi Burnett of Fort Worth, Texas; and three nephews.


  • Private Services at a Later Time


Jeffrey Bruce Kincaid

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Bobby Tipton

July 31, 2019

Dearest Kari and Family,
Jeffrey and I have been friends for around 45 years. We tore up the neighborhood and then when we were old enough to drive we tore up the town. We have camped, hunted, fished, shot a lot of pool and a lot of other things rowdy boys do growing up. We ran together during your dating years and I was thrilled the day you guys tied the knot.
It’s hard to understand why those we love are taken from us but we cannot feel life’s losses without first feeling the blessings of its fullness. Please find comfort in the memories of the love you shared.
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers,
Bobby and Nanci Tipton

Pam Przygocki

July 30, 2019

I’m so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Please let me know if you need something or just need a friend to talk to.
After losing my son last year I found this quote from Helen Steiner Rice, she wrote:
“Comfort comes from knowing that people have made the same journey. And solace comes from understanding how others have learned to sing again.”
May God fill you with his grace and love.
Pam Przygocki