Ricky Lynn Meyers Jr. of Edmond passed away on November 17, 2020, age 50. He was born on February 19, 1970 in Irving Texas but was an Okie his whole life.
Ricky is survived by his wife of 13 years, Deana Martinez and his daughters McKenna Storm and Sloan Blakely. His parents, Rick & Rhonda Meyers. His sister Christie & Bobby Trojanowski with daughters Elle and Emma. Aunts & Uncles Gary & Suzanne Meyers, Mark Meyers and Pam & Curtis Trimble. His in-laws Kennan, Caroline and Dakota Horn. As well as many other loving family members and so many friends
– Here Are a Few Words From his Loved Ones –
Deana: Ricky was the love of my life. He was selfless and his heart for others was huge. He was the most loving husband and father. He fulfilled our every need in every way and told me every day that I was his everything . He was hard working, smart and could fix anything. He was ornery & hilarious. If he wasn’t pouring cold water over the shower he was sneaking his phone around the corner to take a picture of me on the toilet. Everything he did was for us as a family. We were both striving toward working less and being home more. His goal was to be successful and live on a Yacht in Ft. Lauderdale. There will never be another like him.
McKenna: Although he is not here physically he will always be here by our side every step of the way.
Sloan: Can we please pray for my daddy? I miss his hugs.
Rick Sr: We will always remember an unending smile, laugh and a big heart. He loved us all and we loved him, we will never forget his devotion to his family and his friends. His race is over and we patiently await our reunion with him in the resurrection. We love you Ricky forever.
Christie: Ricky always had an arsenal of jokes. The fun always started when he got there. He was always concerned about others before himself. He had the funniest most contagious laugh. Ricky was always up to something. If he wasn’t dropping an 8 pound monkey wrench on my dads toe, he was trying to kiss my dad on the lips to irritate him. One day my dad fell off a ladder and Ricky’s first words were “ I hope you didn’t break your hip” like my dad was ancient and my dad was so pissed. Ricky fell out of the back of a truck not to long after that and all dad said was “ I hope you didn’t break your hip”. I loved him more than he knew.
Emma: He was always so kind and funny even when he wasn’t trying .
2:00 P.M. Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Pleasant Valley Cemetery
6765 S Council Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73169