April 3, 2014

Justin Lee Allen Ervin

— Funeral services for Justin Lee Allen Ervin, of Chickasha, will be 10:30 a.m., Saturday, April 5, 2014 at Bible Baptist Church, Chickasha.

Justin Lee Allen Ervin was born Jan. 18, 1998 in Chickasha to Donald Lee Ervin and Pamela Ann (Walker) Ervin.  He passed away Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in Chickasha at the age of 16.

Justin lived in the Chickasha area his entire life.  He attended Pioneer School and was currently attending Chickasha Public Schools as a sophomore.  Justin was an Honor Student and was a member of the National Junior Honor Society and the Oklahoma State Honor Roll.  He was a Blue Belt with Black Stripes in Mixed Martial Arts and played baseball with the Chickasha Little League.

Justin was saved and baptized, at the age of 9, at First Baptist Church under the pastorate of Johnny Tims.

He is preceded in death by his cousin, Jeremy David Ervin and his grandfathers, Raymond Keith and J.D. Allen.

Justin is survived by his mother, Pam Ervin; his father, Don Ervin; brothers:  Scott Ervin and Jordan Jacobs, Zachary Ervin; nephew, Cooper Ervin; grandparents:  Warren and Janice Ervin and Roy and Jo Walker; great-grandmother, Imogene Keith; uncle, David Ervin and his wife, Malinda; aunts:  Terri Sinko, Kerri Ervin, Theresa Karns and her husband, Kyle, Sabrina Dunn and her husband, Jeremy, Deanna Berry and her husband, Jeremy; and many cousins.

Interment will be in the Fairlawn Cemetery under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home, Chickasha.


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