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Phil Brecheen

James David Brecheen

March 10, 1930 - April 25, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of James David Brecheen. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan virtual gatherings, we will post invites. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
David was a son, father, brother, grandpa, and best friend.  David Brecheen left the world for heaven on April 25th, 2020 where he can rest in the arms of Jesus. .James “David” Brecheen was born the first child of Johnnie L. Brecheen and Truly Brecheen at home in a small house in Ada, OK  The date was March 10, 1930.  He was the first of four children.  He had one brother and two sisters, Anna Lee, Johnny Lee, and Patsy Ruth.  The...  see more
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  • Stephanie Brian
    David was such a friend to me and my husband Pat! I liked to listen to his stories! He will be missed but I know I will see him again! Marie I am sorry for your loss. I rejoice because he is with our Savior! Love to you and your family! Pat and Stephanie Brian
  • Phil Brecheen
    My Dad of 90 years old went to Heaven. So he is now rejoicing with family, friends, angels, and Jesus. He passed very peacefully and I was able to be with him and my Mom during his last day. Here is a photo my daughter Lindsay drew of her Grandpa
  • Marie Brecheen
    The chair is empty
    He has gone to meet his Savior that he loved
    The chair is empty
    But he is rejoicing in heaven
    The chair is empty
    Because Heaven called him home
    He went to meet his Lord and Savior to rejoice for eternity
    The chair is empty
    He has gone...  more
  • Kat Brecheen
    I remember, dad never met a stranger. We would see him talking to people at the store and say, "Who was that?" or "Do you know them?", a lot of the time, the answer would be no. He also would every conversation with a cashier or...  more
  • Suzie Fordyce Larson
    I’m so sad to hear David has passed. I so enjoyed talking to him about my mother, Wanda Stevens Fordyce and our families. I’m attaching a photo of my David and my mom on the right. They were first cousins. Rest In Peace David, you will be missed!