Judy K. Flynt

Judy K. Flynt

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February 3, 1942 – January 5, 2018

Edmond Judy Kay Flynt, 75, was surrounded by family when she passed away peacefully on January 5, 2018. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister who will be dearly remembered. Judy was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma to Leo and Dorothy (Ward) Griffin, where she grew up with sisters Eleanore, Linda, and Patty and graduated from St. Mary’s High School. She moved to Oklahoma City in 1961, where she attended and completed training to become a registered x-ray technologist. In 1965 she married Don A. Flynt and they enjoyed 52 years of companionship until her passing. In 1969 they had daughter Angela Dawn Flynt, and in 1972 son Chad Alan Flynt. They raised their children in Edmond and attended First United Methodist Church for many years. Late in life they attended New Covenant United Methodist Church in Edmond. Maintaining a “close-knit” family was Judy’s highest priority. She was devoted to her mother Dorothy, and along with her sisters, stayed warmly attached to her until Dorothy’s passing. Judy loved giggling with her sisters and her friends “The Girls.” She also cherished being in the company of her husband, children and grandchildren. In 1999 when Chad, who now resides in Monett, MO., married wife Celeste Ann Losack, Judy and Don welcomed grandson Trenton Paul Losack to the family, who is now 28 years old. Judy was later blessed with, and adored, grand-children Bailey Marie Flynt, 16, Payton Ann Flynt, 14, Macey Dawn Flynt 12, and Cale Alan Flynt, 8.

Judy is survived by her husband Don A. Flynt, daughter Angela D. Flynt and her companion Angela R. Merryman, son Chad A. Flynt, daughter-in-law Celeste A. Losack-Flynt, grandchildren Trenton Losack, Bailey, Payton, Macey, and Cale Flynt, her sisters Eleanore Smith and husband Bill, Linda Chatton and husband Tim, and Patty Henderson, as well as eleven nieces and nephews.

Judy was very gentle hearted and loved animals, especially those in need of love and a home, therefore the family hopes that in lieu of flowers, you will make a donation in her name to Free to Live of Edmond, the Humane Society of Oklahoma (from whom they adopted Charlie) or any animal charity.

Services will be held at 2:00 on Tuesday, January 9th at New Covenant United Methodist Church 2700 S. Boulevard, Edmond. The interment will be at Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond.

12 thoughts on “Judy K. Flynt”

  1. LM, Alabama

    Dear family,

    I’m so sorry for the loss of your beloved Judy. May the God of all comfort give you peace at this difficult time. We look forward to seeing our dead loved ones in the righteous paradise here on earth very soon. Acts 24:15; Psalm 37:29

  2. Jim and Pat Maskus

    At a time like this friends want to share the sorrow that you feel and let you know our caring is warm and real. So whatever help and comfort friendship can be, our prayer is that God will bless and comfort you in his loving way.

  3. Edgar and Glenda Schoen

    We are so very sorry for your loss. I am confident you have many great memories of her to cherish. Our prayers are with you.

  4. Bill & Harriet Laymon

    We are so very sorry to learn of Judy’s passing. She was such a warm friendly person, and a great neighbor. Our condolences from the entire Laymon family.

  5. Don, you & yor family are in the Dugger’s prayers. I plan to be at Judy’s funeral tomorrow. As you have always known you have always been a special cousin. Dick Dugger 405-641-.1542 .

  6. The Harralls

    Judy will be missed she was always so soft and caring. We where blessed with having been able to know her.

  7. Beth (Dean) Ward Wurst

    Donnie so sorry to read this! God Bless you & your family! A class friend.

  8. Darrel & Lynn Whipple

    Don, sorry for your loss to you and your family. We try to remember the good times when Judy was with us. The times 50 years ago back on 106 street when there were Don & Roberta, Terry & Pat, John & Sharon, Jerry & Virginia, and Don & Ralene. Sorry we can’t be with you in this time of loss.
    Sincere sympathy,
    Darrel & Lynn Whipple

  9. Chad and Celeste
    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. It hurts terribly to lose the ones you love but God will comfort you as only He can do. You and your family are in my thoughts and my prayers.


  10. Denise Caskey Johnson

    Don, you and your family have my deepest thoughts and condolences. Married 52 years, what an accomplishment! I am so sorry for your loss. If I can do anything at all for you, please don’t hesitate to call me.

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