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Jonah Reese Farrell

December 17, 2004 — April 24, 2023

Jonah Reese Farrell, 18, passed away on April 24, 2023, in Tuttle, Oklahoma.


Jonah was born on December 17, 2004 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and raised by his parents Tamara and John Farrell along with his older brother Logan and older sister Alexis.


In his early years, Jonah loved to run track, and was an exceptional baseball player and an avid wrestler. At a young age, he found the outdoors to be a place that he was happiest.


Jonah earned his high school diploma from Epic Charter School and went on to join in his father’s footsteps building powerline, where he quickly caught on and enjoyed working side by side with his dad and brother. Later, Jonah joined his brother Logan as a sheet metal worker. His work ethic was admired, along with his attention to detail. Logan describes Jonah as a very competitive person. “Anything we were doing we would find a way to make it a competition and he’d usually end up letting me win because he knew I wouldn’t stop until I did. Jonah was so giving to me; anything of his I liked, he would usually end up giving it to me, even if he liked it himself.”


Jonah was best known for his sarcasm, artistic sketches and creative tattoos. Jonah’s mom describes him as the sweetest, most kind-hearted young man you could ever meet and he could light up a room with his huge smile and beautiful eyes simply by his presence. “I’ll miss you every second for the rest of my life, my precious baby.” He would tell his mom and dad as a child he wanted to live with them until he was forty. Jonah’s dad would tell him he was sharp as a tack and could either make him laugh until he cried or snot-slinging mad at the drop of a hat. His dad describes him as a young man of many hats. From his sister Lexi, “To my sweet baby brother, I will never stop missing your kind misunderstood heart, our deep talks, forcing you to run errands with me, and your beautiful long eyelashes that I was always jealous of. Most of all I’ll miss our sibling bond between the three of us. I’ll never be able to complain about my two brothers picking on me again. I’ll never be able to pick my crazy little brother up from his late nights out again. I’ll cherish those times for the rest of my life.”


Jonah is survived by his parents Tamara and John Farrell; brother Logan Farrell and wife Hanna and nephew Emmitt Farrell; sister Lexie Farrell and Shane Turk; maternal grandparents Penny and Jeff Linn; Uncle Billy and Anna Ray; Shelly and Vince Beck; Brooke and Kevin Wiggins; Brooke and Steven Moore; Paternal grandparents Kathy and Lester; Tom and Ann Farrell; and numerous cousins.


Jonah is preceded in death by older brother Mason Dale Hampton; older brother John Paul Farrell; maternal grandfather William Warren Ray Jr; and maternal great grandparents Edna and J.C. Ozbirn.


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