James Luther McClung

James Luther McClung

1938-2024

James Luther McClung, 85, of Edmond, Oklahoma, passed away peacefully on January 29, 2024. Jimmy was born in 1938 to Ethel Hattie and Ollie McClung in Hobart, Oklahoma. He is proceeded in death by his parents, brothers and sisters, Maurice, Marie, Glen, Louise, Pat, Lloyd, and Ellsworth. Jimmy is survived by his wife, Vicki, and sister, Betty Gray, numerous Nieces and Nephews, as well as his children, Cindy and Glenn Goyer of Edmond, OK, Jimmy Dewayne McClung of Oklahoma City, OK, Rhonda and Rick Garrison of Yukon, OK, and Mack McClung of Nashville, TN. He was a step dad to Matthew Hulett, and Michael and Kim Hulett. Jimmy was a proud “Grandpa” to Courtney Daviee, Tyler Goyer, Megan McClung, Austin McClung, Jesse Robbins, Wyatt Weedn, Chance Weedn and Caleigh McClung. As well as nine great grandchildren, Grayson Goyer, Tristan Goyer, Branson Goyer, Claire Daviee, Heath Daviee, Peighton Neiman, Berkley Ramsey, Reese Robbins, and Reagan Robbins. After serving in the Air Force, Jimmy found a calling in the heat and air business. In 1970, he opened Jimmy’s Heating and Air Conditioning. When he wasn’t spending his time around the table telling stories with a cup of coffee in hand (& probably a donut or two), he was attending car shows and collecting classics, including his beloved red corvette. Jimmy will be dearly missed but his family and friends are comforted knowing that he has gone to his home in Heaven. And although he is no longer here, we know he is looking down on us with love from above. 

Visitation will be held from 3-8 p.m., Thursday, February 1st at Matthews Funeral Home. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, February 2, 2024 at Matthews Funeral Home Chapel Edmond, OK with interment to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery in Oklahoma City, OK.

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  1. Kathy Harman

    Jimmy’s funny stories and jokes have filled Petty’s Service Center many many times. He was definitely one of a kind and had a huge heart to go along with it. The donuts you’d bring for Karen & I were always a treat. The friendship you shared with all of us will never be forgotten. Fly high Jimmy! Sending prayers of comfort for the family.

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