Billy Lee Greenfield

Born: Fri., Mar. 17, 1961
Died: Sun., Apr. 29, 2018


Visitation

10:00 AM to 7:00 PM, Thu., May 03, 2018
Location: Alan Clark Funeral Services


Funeral Service

2:00 PM Fri., May 04, 2018
Location: Beaver High School Auditorium


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Billy Lee Greenfield was born March 17, 1961 in Branson, Missouri, to Lee Ollie and Patricia Bell (Parker) Greenfield.  He graduated high school and he joined the fire department which would be a big item in the rest of his life. He was a journeyman lineman in Moundridge, Kansas. He has been a resident of Beaver County, Oklahoma since 1993. He married Jeannie Martin in Lubbock, Texas on August 8, 1980. He attended the First Christian Church and was a member of the Beaver Volunteer Fire Department as 2nd Assistant Chief, a member of the Oklahoma EMT Association, and he was a mason.   

Bill passed suddenly on Sunday, April 29, 2018 in Moundridge, Kansas at the age of 57.   

He is survived by his wife, Jeannie, of Beaver, Oklahoma; his son, Jay Chad Greenfield of Fremont, Nebraska; his daughter, Karlista “Karli” Jean Greenfield of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; his mother, Patricia Greenfield, Brownfield, Texas:  his brothers, Lee Greenfield of San Angelo, Texas, Jesse Greenfield of Midland, Texas, Sammy Greenfield of Brownfield, Texas and a host of  other family and friends.

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Jackie R. Sheldon
   Posted Mon April 30, 2018
Words are beyond me at this time for all of the family and community in this shocking news and tremendous loss. "Just good people" can only begin to describe him. To Jennie and children as-well-as the whole community, his work family, on-and-on, I simply say "I wish I could be there with a personal hug but health just doesn't permit at-this-time so accept all from Stillwater knowing hugs, kisses, prayers and love over-the-way." I will be there is all of these ways. Grieve-as-you must, travel your pathway ahead leaning heavily on the Lord to help you through. Jennie, take care of yourself as he was trying to do.


I-am-only human. I need-the-touch of-human-
companionship. Sorely-I-miss this-one-I love.

Reveal-to-me unseen-presences. Help-me to-know how-close my-
loved-one is for-I-know he cannot-be far-away.

Make real-to-me re-establishing lost-fellowship for-
which my-heart-yearns. Give-to-me faith to shine through-my-tears.

Plant peace-and-hope within-my-heart. Point-me-to these.

Enable-me-to live as-happily-as possible and worthily-of-this one who-is-
gone.

Your love was unconditional, faithful and above the rest. You brought such joy to my heart, my friend you were the best.
Although you had to leave me, I know you will wait.

There are no-miraculous-words at moments such-
as-this. If-they-exist, they-have-eluded mankind
to-this-day. Words can make-you-laugh and words
can make-you-cry but words can-never-take away
the pain-and-heartaches coming-with-the loss of
a-loved-one.

Knowing-these-things, this note is-being-sent
in-great-sincerity; not-to-try and ease-the-pain
but-to-give comfort-you-get in knowing
there-is-someone thinking-of-you who-really-
cares.
I hope you-can-feel it.



Kevin and Rhonda
   Posted Mon April 30, 2018
Jeannie, Karli & Chad,
Our deepest sympathy for your great loss. Know that you are in many prayers for strength, comfort, and peace. May he live on in your many precious memories, and may they help comfort you.
Kevin and Rhonda Fields

Jackie R. Sheldon
   Posted Tue May 01, 2018


I walk down memory lane because
I love running into you.

~ L. Wilson

Terry & Brittney Crain
   Posted Tue May 01, 2018
It was with staggering shock that we learned of Bill's passing. We've known Bill and Jeannie (and Karli and Chad) for over 20 years, and were honored to be their friends. Bill was a "larger-than-life" man, and would bust his hump to help ANYBODY that needed help. I recently talked with him via messenger, and we related life and our issues, (as Bill was always there to offer sympathy or support) He was a heckva man, and well loved by everyone that knew him. I felt like all the wind had been knocked from me when I learned of his sudden, unexpected passing. Part of my self is gone knowing he's no longer with us in physical body. We'll miss you immensely my old friend. Until we meet again someday.

Your friends, Terry, Brittney, Thomas and Melissa Crain

Rebekah Yates
   Posted Tue May 01, 2018

PEDESTAL ARRANGEMENT was sent by Yates Family.


Clay Clark
   Posted Tue May 01, 2018
Rest in Peace friend! Until we meet on the otherside.

Charles Enlow
   Posted Wed May 02, 2018
I knew Bill for a number of years as a colleague in the fire service. I was impressed by his dedication to that activity and the exhaustive training he brought to the Beaver Fire Dept. from his membership in the fire service in Texas. As if that weren't enough, Bill was an EMT! But I also knew, as my workplace was close to his, that his involvement in provision of electricity by being lineman/climbing manager of the local office, was of the same caliber: many extra hours and thorough professionalism. I join others who knew Bill in extending condolences to his wife and children. You are fortunate to have had such a man in your lives.

Edgar Galegos
   Posted Wed May 02, 2018

TRADITIONAL FUNERAL BASKET was sent by Phillips 66 Control Center.

Condolences to the bereaved family on behalf of the Phillips 66 Control Center


James Stroud
   Posted Wed May 02, 2018

A GARDEN PATH was sent by Georgia Anita Bobbiesue Monique.

Sorry for the family's loss we wish we could be there to support you guys. If there is anything we can do feel free to give us a call. We send are love Anita Georgia Bobbiesue Monique


Vickie L Arnold
   Posted Wed May 02, 2018

SPATHIPHYLLUM was sent by Vickie and Joe Arnold .

We are sorry for your loss. Bill will be greatly missed. God bless your family. You have our deepest condolences. Love y'all. Vickie and Joe Arnold


Vickie L Arnold
   Posted Wed May 02, 2018

Dieffenbachia was sent by Bobby and Beka Arnold .

Sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers. Y'all have our deepest condolences. Bobby and Beka Arnold


Wayne Johnson
   Posted Wed May 02, 2018
I was so sorry to hear about Bill. We worked together for a long time on the Brownfield Fire Department. My deepest condolences to the family. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers during this time.

Andra Parker
   Posted Thu May 03, 2018

BASKET GARDEN was sent by Karen Peck and Andrea Parker.

Sending our deepest condolences, with all our love. Love, Aunt Karen and cousin Annie


jeff flickinger
   Posted Thu May 03, 2018

Croton was sent by Jeff Flickinger .

Sorry for your loss, Glad i was given the opportunity to get to know him as a great friend and co-worker. He will be greatly missed, Our thoughts and prayers will be with your family. Jeff & Kristi. Moundridge Ks.


James Smith
   Posted Thu May 03, 2018
The Smith family expresses our condolences to the Greenfield family.

Hershel Redding
   Posted Sun May 06, 2018
I am so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I had just connected with you guys on FB. I have only wonderful memories of Bill in Brownfield . A great man of God. Anytime in Abilene TX, get in contact. Would love to take yall to dinner, lunch, just get together.


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