Oct. 17, 1951 - Sept. 12, 2016
Memorial services were Friday for Jerry Lynn Burrow, a resident of Shamrock. He died Sept. 12, 2016 at his home. He was 64.
Jerry was born Oct. 17, 1951 in Edmond to Iva Lillian Knox and J.D. Burrow. He was raised by his foster parents, Rocksey Harrington and the late Melvin Harrington.
In 1971, Jerry graduated from Perkins-Tryon High School. After high school, Jerry enlisted in the Army Reserves and worked for Vassors Equipment throughout the week.
In 1973, he married Debbie Myers. They had two daughters. Jerry in 1990 was blessed with a son, Dustin.
Jerry worked at the Cushing Police Department; Shamrock Police Department and the Payne County Sherriff’s Office. He also worked for a vending company for many years; worked as a construction supervisor and a business owner.
Jerry had a heart of gold.
He enjoyed vegetable gardening, carpentry work, fishing, camping, eating, being with his pig and especially spending time with his family. Jerry had an opinion on everything and would freely share his opinions with anyone.
He was a member of the First Church of God; he had a passion for his church and God.
Survivors include two daughters, Lauri Hazelton and husband, Jason, and Jerri Lawson and husband Will, both of Cushing; son Dustin Farley-Burrow and wife Debbie of Yale; foster mother, Rocksey Harrington; grandchildren, Jalie Hazelton, Sampson Hazelton, Charlie Lawson and Cord Lawson; sister, Melinda Hedgecock; brother, Terry Burrow; and many other relatives and friends.
In addition to his parents and foster dad, Jerry was preceded in death by one brother, Warren Burrow; and one sister, Ruth Scott.
Services were in the First Church of God with the Rev. Kevin Clouse officiating. Services were under the direction of the Davis Funeral Home.