Floyd Allen McKee, 66, of Oklahoma City entered his eternal home on Sunday, January 26, 2020. He was born to David and Viola McKee on August 19, 1953 in Marvell, Arkansas. He met Miss Pam in 1976; they were married July 23, 1977 and the legacy began. Floyd and Miss Pam’s family soon began with daughter Tabitha. Four years later came son Joshua and then in 2009 the adoption of son Dallas and daughters Makenna and Serriah rounded out the crew.
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Floyd was the 13th of 15 children born to David and Viola McKee. He is preceded in death by both parents, siblings Franklin Sinclair, Mae Gaither, Chloe McKee, Ruth Ann McKee, Leon McKee, and Cecil McKee. He is survived by his loving wife Pam; daughter Tabitha Melton, son-in-law John, granddaughters Hannah and Chloe of Oklahoma City; son Joshua McKee, daughter-in-law Emily, grandsons Jackson and Asher of Blanchard; son Dallas McKee, daughters Makenna and Serriah McKee of the home; siblings Juanita Miller, DW McKee, Glenda Rackley, Dorothy Allen, Phyllis Holmes, Paul McKee, Mike McKee, and Sue Cooper; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Floyd grew up on Connell’s Point in Arkansas where he was affectionately known as “Cricket.” There he spent many hours working the cotton fields and riding tractors. And that was his plan. But God …
Floyd was given a new plan when he surrendered his life to Christ. Shortly after becoming a Christian he was called to preach. He began as pastor of Raynor Grove Baptist Church in Arkansas; shortly after, he and Ms Pam left the farm to attend Southern Baptist College. Over the next 40 years God led Floyd and his family to pastor FBC Millay, OK; FBC Beggs, OK; and Rancho Village Baptist Church, OKC. Floyd also worked with the Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma as Director of Donor Relations for the last 4 ½ years.
In addition to sharing Christ with others, Floyd enjoyed spending time with his buddies - playing a round of golf, drinking coffee or Diet Coke, and engaging in conversation. His love for God and his family was evident to all. His legacy will never be forgotten.