TUTTLE, Okla. — The Rev. J.H. Honeycutt, of Tuttle, Oklahoma, former pastor of the First Assembly of God church, Myrtle Avenue, Johnson City, Tenn., went to be with the Lord on October 19, 2011, at the age of 84, surrounded by friends and family.
He was a dedicated Pentecostal minister for 55 years, evangelizing and pastoring from coast to coast. He loved his work and people. He was a friend and mentor to many, of which have gone before him.
He was a WW II Navy veteran who served aboard the USS McDermott in the South Pacific theatre. He served a second enlistment at the Naval aviation training station in Southern California. He was honored at the Naval ball, at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City.
He was preceded in death by his son, Rev. John M. Honeycutt, who passed away in l995; and five sisters who also passed away, Myrtle Honeycutt, Maude Street, Thelma and Gladys and Mary.
Survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Lena June Honeycutt, of Tuttle, Okla.; son, Stephen T. Honeycutt, of Alex. Okla.; daughter, Susie and husband, Tommy Wietelman, of Tuttle, Okla.; Brother, Richard Honeycutt, of Covington, La., Grover and Helen Honeycutt, of Burnsville, N.C., Jack and Cassie Honeycutt, of Greene Mtn., N.C.; Sisters, Beatrice and Ike Miller, of Green Mtn., N.C., Geneva Anderson, of Gallatin Tn., and Mamie Rollman, of Asheville, N.C.; Ten grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.
The funeral services will be Saturday, October 22, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. at the Eisenhour Funeral Home, Hwy 76, Blanchard, Okla., with the Rev. Bill Embrey officiating.
The burial will be at the Fairview Cemetery in Tuttle, Okla.