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Tommy Charles Jeffries January 20, 1964 - December 30, 2023

Date of Funeral

January 13, 2024

Celebration of Life: 3:00 PM, Saturday, January 13, 2024, at Buchanan Funeral Service

Thomas Charles “Tommy” Jeffries of Mustang, OK, passed away on December 30, 2023, in Burnet, Texas. He was born on January 20, 1964, in Fort Worth, Texas, to Nancy and Aubry Jeffries. Tommy was preceded in death by his father and sister, Renee Boyd.

Tommy worked his entire career in the telecommunications industry as an engineer. He enjoyed pheasant hunting and watching his dogs work, Toyotas, and, in particular, his refurbished 1979 Sky Blue Landcruiser. More than anything, he loved being outside riding his mountain bike at Lake Leatherwood and Spider Mountain, living life to the fullest.

Tommy is survived by his loving wife, Teresa Jeffries; his mother, Nancy Jeffries; brother, Richard (Spouse Patsy) Jeffries; sister, Kay Jeffries; sister, Carol McKenny; brother, Larry (Spouse Jessica) Jeffries; son, Austin (Spouse Emma) Jeffries (Mom, Tiffany); and granddaughter, Amelia; nieces and nephews; and many lifelong friends.

There will be a celebration of life on Saturday, January 13, 2024, at 3:00 PM at Buchanan Funeral Service, 8712 N Council Rd., Oklahoma City, OK 73132.

There will be a celebration of life on Saturday, January 13, 2024, at 3:00 PM at Buchanan Funeral Service, 8712 N Council Rd., Oklahoma City, OK 73132.


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    Zoraida Martinez says

    I worked with Tommy at Hitachi Energy. Although we were in different states and I’ve only meet him once (it was a blessing to have even met him), he was such a great friend to me. I had some tragic deaths in my family over the past few years and Tommy was always there for me to provide spiritual support and encouragement. His work ethics were unprecedented, and his customers expressed it. Tommy was truly a great man and friend. He’s now with Jesus which gives great comfort. He will be sorely missed. My deepest condolences to his wife, son, grandbaby and his family. May his legacy live on.

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    Eric Bayer says

    I want to sincerely express my condolences to the Jeffries family. Even with the short time we worked together at Hitachi Energy I will always admire Tommy’s willingness to go anywhere and do anything to deliver the right solution to meet customer needs. Work collaboration led to personal discussions about hobbies and life, so let these memories and dreams live on through your family!

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    Shane Hensley says

    I met Tommy a bit over a year ago at Spider Mountain for a bike demo. He reached out me to talk about a specific model and size. We talked for over an hour and I have texted or talked on the phone with him ever since. His love of bikes, dogs and cars made us brothers from different mothers. I have had the pleasure to meet Tommy in person a few times and while we always planned to maybe ride together our schedules just never matched up. Since the moment we started talking about bikes, I have considered Tommy a friend. I will miss him as I know everyone that ever had the pleasure of talking to him will miss him. I keep expecting a call or text from him to talk about some new part that he just wants an opinion on, or a new bike that he heard about. My heart goes out to his family and friends. Tommy my friend, I hope you are smiling and laughing on the best trails God has up there! I will ride with you when I get there!

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    Matt Acton says

    My sincere condolences to the Jeffries family. I met my buddy Tommy when he was working up in New England. His entrepreneurial streak has kept us in touch over the years and dreaming of the next big thing. Tommy’s friendship, advice and mentorship will be missed.

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