Billie "BJ"-Blackard ~ McClure-Obituary

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Billie "BJ" Blackard ~ McClure

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Im so sorry to hear of BJ passing, we worked together and sat beside each other every day in court clerk office. She always had me laughing about something and she will be missed.

Sending prayers for peace and comfort.

I thoroughly loved having BJ around when and Nikki were growing up. Never a dull moment. When went with me to Arizona, she had me laughing all the way, both ways. Such a good hearted, fun loving young lady. Loved her deeply! I am so very sorry for your loss.

Prayers for the family. You will truly be missed. It was never a dull moment when I seen you. Rest In Paradise

She was a special girl always had us rolling with laughter. She was very much loved,as she loved everyone unconditional. She was like part of our family as she was with most.we have tons of great memories with her,she will be truly missed by all . Love you so so much B.J until we meet again ♥

No matter when or where she saw you she always had a big hug for you! Youre going to be greatly missed!

So sorry to hear of the passing of BJ. Prayers for the family.

BJ HAD A GOOD HEART AND SHE WAS A GOOD PERSON. SHE LOVED HER FAMILY VERY MUCH AND I KNOW THEY ARE GOING TO MISS HER EVERY SECOND OF EVERYDAY . STAY STRONG GUYS SHES ALWAYS WITH YALL.

she will be missed!

Obituary

Billie "BJ"'s Obituary

Billie Jean “BJ” (Blackard) McClure was born November 27, 1982 to Billy Drew Blackard and Shirley Jean (Rowan) Blackard, in DeQueen, Arkansas. BJ was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Robin Lynn Blackard.

BJ, an amazing wife, sister, friend, and aunt. She was a one of a kind, loyal, loving, but brutally honest, quick to forgive soul. She loved her husband, family, friends, and Cricket. Her laugh was loud and boisterous, and it was infectious. She loved to fish and take care of whatever critter she could drag in, especially her calves. Her and Lynn would grow a huge garden each year and she would call begging you to come gather some vegetables. She loved to pester, pick, and prod…until the joke was turned on her. Everything she did she did wholeheartedly. Everyone that knew her knew where they stood. The stories and the memories will live on in our hearts forever….

BJ is survived by her husband, Lynn McClure; son, Kyler Lynn McClure and wife Brittany of Choctaw, OK; daughter, Kendalynn Michele Robbins and wife Ariel of Norman, OK; sisters, Julie Cogburn and husband Lee of Valliant, OK, Geneva Downing and significant other Brandon Smith of Valliant, OK; her precious dog, Cricket; and a host of other family and friends.

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