Jodie Renee` Butts, resident of Owasso, passed from this life on Tuesday, July 14, 2015, at the age of 21 years. Jodie was born October 26, 1993, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Shane Keith and Cindy Lynn (Garrett) Butts. In 1999, the family moved to Independence, Kansas, returning to the Owasso/Collinsville area in 2006. Jodie was a graduate of Collinsville High School, and was currently working as a server for the Olive Garden Restaurant in Owasso. In her spare time, Jodie enjoyed fishing, camping and cooking, but mostly liked to spend time with friends and family.
Those that survive include:
Her mother; Cindy Garrett of Owasso
Her father; Shane Butts of Collinsville
Brother; Austin Butts of Owasso
Linda Garrett of Owasso
Robert Garrett and wife Sharon of Salina, Oklahoma
Paternal grandparents; Tom and Sharon Butts of Independence, Kansas
Also surviving are uncles James Garrett, Shannon, Tom and Roger Butts and an Aunt Robin Lutker.
A celebration of Jodie’s life will be held at 11:00 a.m., Monday, July 20, 2015, in the sanctuary of the Faith Fellowship Church in Collinsville with Pastor Kelvin Limbocker officiating. She will be laid to rest in the Graceland Memorial Park Cemetery, Owasso. A GoFundMe account has been established. Arrangements and services have been entrusted to Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso. www.moweryfs.com
Cindy & Austin, you have our deepest sympathies and are in our hearts, thought, and prayers.
— KEITH & MILISSA ROWE, Friday – July 17, 2015
Cindy… You and yours are in my deepest thoughts & prayers!! I know your pain & know the battle you’re facing… Keep your head up, and it does get easier in time!
— Angelique Odom, Friday – July 17, 2015
There are not enough words to express by heartfelt saddness & sympathy for you as parents & a sibling. Please know others have cried for your precious baby girl too. I also believe she has a beautiful set of the most gorgeous angle wings God ever made & she
is flying & keeping all of you rapped tightly holding you close in loving embrace ! We too are keeping your family close in our hearts & prayers. Much love, Tammy Brown
— Tamara Brown, Friday – July 17, 2015
To Jodie: I am happy I had the joy of knowing you and working with you.
To her family: She was freaking awesome!! I wish I had the words to ease your families pain or have an answer to make it make sense but I cannot. Smile everyday for her. Laugh (and cry too) for her. She had an amazing sense of humor and that comes from family. Cindy my heart goes out to you and always know lil’ Jodie will always be with you and be your baby girl. I will continue to pray for you all. Stay strong and fight the evil who brought upon death and remember that God promised to wipe away EVERY tear!!
— Stephanie Moonshine, Friday – July 17, 2015
Jodie, you were such a sweet heart, everyone will miss you so much. Fly High pretty girl.
— michelle , Sunday – July 19, 2015
My family’s prayers are with you on this day and always. Jodie was always so sweet, nice and friendly to everyone she met. She will be missed. May God be with your family today and always.
— Penny Baker, Monday – July 20, 2015
I worked with Jodie at Childrens Orchard a few years ago in Owasso. Jodie was such a sweet girl, with an amazing work ethic. She was so happy, and was so very excited about life. She had such a beautiful soul. I’m so very very sorry for this loss. My prayers are with her family and friends. Prayers for Peace and Strength during this difficult time. Fly high sweet girl, fly high and free.
— Stephanie Grabeal, Monday – July 20, 2015
Not a good bye but, see you later..
— Alicia Hubbard, Sunday – October 4, 2015
Faith Fellowship Church
13502 North 119th East Ave.
Collinsville, OK 74021
Monday – July 20, 2015
Note: Family has established a GoFundMe account.
Graceland Memorial Park Cemetery
Highway 20, East of Highway 169
Owasso, OK 74055
Monday – July 20, 2015