We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Tulsa Location
On Friday May 13, 2022 Jami Dawn Ginn passed away peacefully from her long time battle with cancer, family and friends gathered at her bedside. Jami was born June 28, 1985 daughter of Jason and Jeannie Shuler. Jami was a spirit who was too big for this earth. She had nurturing soul who promoted always being kind to each other. Jami always marched to the beat of her own drum. Jami loved nature , being outdoors, she was free to let her spirit roam. Jami easily made friend wherever she went, often befriending the homeless, anyone less fortunate than her. Jami lived her life too the fullest. Her zest for life was unparalleled. She filled the void of being childless with all her nieces and nephews. They were her greatest treasures. Aunt Shami as she was lovingly called, took an active part in each of their lives. Jami loved her Cedar Point family, battles with her health kept her from playing a more active role. Her interest included art especially with kids, fishing, hunting, and camping. She had a love for all plant and animal life. Music was very instrumental in her life. She loved talking to people about God.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents Margarett and Delbert Rutherford of Claremore Oklahoma.
She is survived by her parents Jeannie and Jason Shuler son Quinton of Claremore Oklahoma. Sister Shawna Branchcomb daughter Alice son Jarrod of Claremore Oklahoma. Sister Brandie Colvin daughter Emma of Claremore, Oklahoma. Brother John Colvin and wife Shandy Fox son Hunter of Claremore Oklahoma. Anessa Fox son Malcolm Fox of Claremore, Oklahoma. Sister Crystal Spencer and husband Blake Spencer sons Daniel and Brayden, daughters rose, Cassidy, Dakota-Mae of Mannford Oklahoma. Sister Lacey Staton of Claremore Oklahoma.
There will be a celebration of life ceremony Wednesday May 18, 2022 at 11 a.m. Cedar Point Church 1660 N. Lynn Riggs. Blvd. Claremore Oklahoma 74017.
For I know the plans I have for you declares the LORD plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you hope and a future.