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L.C. McFerrin

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Mr. L.C. McFerrin, 78, of Buckeye, Arizona died December 27, 2021 in Buckeye, Arizona. He was born January 25, 1943 in Big Springs, Texas to Oscar and Annie McFerrin.
L.C. and his family moved from Texas to Arizona when he was four years old. He attended Eloy Elementary School and Santa Cruz Valley High School in Eloy, Arizona. L.C. graduated with Honors in 1961 and joined the United States Navy in 1964. Between 1964 and 1968, he served during the Vietnam War. Upon returning to Arizona in 1968, he married Mary Jo Elliott. L.C. and Mary had three children: Steve, Meredith, and Michelle. He worked first as an electrician, then as a maintenance foreman for APS, retiring in 2001. After retiring, he spent his time RVing, gardening (tomatoes were always his favorite), and watching his grandchildren grow.
L.C. is survived by his wife, Mary Jo McFerrin; daughters Meredith Thomas and Michelle John; son Steve McFerrin; and sisters Delona Terry and Sharon Ferguson. He is also survived by seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren: Kylee Hood, Samantha McFerrin, Makenna John; Logan Hood; Kasey McFerrin; Piper John and Jaxsen John. He was preceded in death by his parents Annie and Oscar McFerrin; brothers Arlie and James McFerrin and sister Joyce Beard.
A visitation will be held at 9:00am on Monday, January 10, 2022 at Thompson Funeral Chapel, and the memorial service will begin at 10am. Burial will be at Louis B. Hazelton Cemetery in Buckeye, Arizona.

2 Comments on “L.C. McFerrin

  1. It was a great honor to have the memory of me seeing Michelle the after I got my first truck. You came out check the truck out, had me pop the hood so that you can see the engine, asked me questions about how the truck drove. Or when I would stay the night on a Friday night we would have Little Ceasrs Pizza then the following morning we would have pizza for breakfast before going out horse back riding and you would always check the saddle on the horses.

    LC, you were the man that did not have a lot to say but when you did speak it behooved all to listen.

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