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Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

8805 NE 23rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK

OBITUARY

John "Papaw" Tillman Stamps Jr.

January 28, 1944March 25, 2020

Papaw (John Tillman Stamps, Jr.) died on March 25, 2020 in Midwest City, Oklahoma. He was 76 years old.

Papaw was born on January 28, 1944 in Prairie Grove, Arkansas to his parents, John and Edith Stamps. He served proudly in the US Army.

Papaw is survived by his wife Peggy; his two daughters, Lynn Ojoleck and Regina Logan; his son, John Stamps III; eleven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

A memorial will be planned at a later date. Peggy asks that, in lieu of flowers, please support a local restaurant instead. Papaw loved to eat.

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Pamela Castillow

March 28, 2020

We enjoyed Johnnyโ€™s sense of humor and his devotion to his family. His love of God was a light to many.
May our Lord bring comfort and peace to Peggy and their family and may Johnny Rest In Peace in the arms of our Lord in heaven. Prayers for all family and friends. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™โœ๏ธ

Lisa munoz

March 27, 2020

So many good memories of John and you too Peggy. Your home was always filled with love and laughter , I loved his smile. So sorry for the loss of such a sweet man.

Barbara owens

March 27, 2020

Iโ€™ve enjoyed reading his FB articles, love coffe as much as he did, so sorry Peggy and kids....heโ€™s flying high now

Rick McKee

March 26, 2020

John It was my intent to meet up with you on my next visit over there, I guess it will be a little longer than I expected, but I will see you soon. Rest in peace my friend.

Barbara Ratti

March 26, 2020

John loved giving people a hard time. He was as ornery as they come. But just as equally as his orneriness was the generosity of his heart. He loved being around people. John will be missed greatly. Leon and I will miss you John. I can picture you praising God as you sit at no doubt, the most beautful ocean ever created.

Timothy Hall

March 25, 2020

I remember volunteering with him at countless Lion Club events. He was hilarious with his goofy hat collecting money as a lion tamer. A very loving, caring and light hearted friend to everyone.

Roger Hall

March 25, 2020

He was always happy, and working hard. We sure had fun working with him tearing things down during the remodeling of the Country Music Hall of Fame. I had great respect for him. We had a common love for coffee.

Helen Moore

March 25, 2020

John worked hard cleaning and preparing for country shows for the CMSA. He greeted many of the CMSA members with a smile when he operated the concession stand at Country Western Museum and Hall of Fame. He was even know to join in the fun dressing up in his bibs for the Hee Haw Show, A fun person and a good community leader. I remember him calling us to get our order for pancakes for a fundraiser. RIP John

Sharon McGuire

March 25, 2020

I was so shocked & sorry to read of Johnny's passing. You were blessed to have so many years with him. Condolences to you & all touched by his passing.

Loretta Stamps Easton

March 25, 2020

We grew up with Johnny all my growing up years. But my favorite was when he and Peggy lived behind Central Elementary I would go at recess and talk to them between the hedges! My friends thought he was so handsome!! Made me so proud ....The picture Peggy posted of them when they were married is exactly how Iโ€™ve always see him. What a blessing to know heโ€™s celebrating with all our loved ones who went before him .... Peggy my prayers are with you all and I love you and I loved him!!

FROM THE FAMILY