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Zachary Shadden Scotty Rife
Zachary Shadden Scotty Rife was born June 6, 1991 in Liberal, Kansas. He has been a lifetime resident of Beaver County, Oklahoma. Zachary was just becoming a rancher in the agriculture industry. He graduated high school and attended one year of college. He was a member of the Baptist Church.
Zachary passed on June 6, 2015 in Beaver County, Oklahoma at the age of twenty four.
He is survived by his mother, Shayla Dawn Meier, Beaver, Oklahoma; his biological father, Patrick Todd Jenkins, Woodward, Oklahoma, his adoptive father, Scotty L. Rife, Beaver, Oklahoma; his brothers, Derek Grant of Carpintaria, California and Walker Rife, Beaver, Oklahoma; his sisters, Sidney Homfeld, Miami, Texas, Catie Rife, Beaver, Oklahoma, Sara Strickland, Turpin, Oklahoma, Cheyanne Rife, Beaver, Oklahoma, Alyson Meier, Turpin, Oklahoma, Sabrina Rife, Beaver, Oklahoma, Mackenzie Meier, Beaver, Oklahoma; grandmother, Karen Meier, Beaver, Oklahoma, Great Grandmother Evelyn Shadden, Beaver, Oklahoma; and a host of other relatives and friends.
I can't believe you are gone. I thought you were am awesome person. You always had a smile on your face when I had seen you. Man.....! You will be missed.. love you. Your friend Mel
Melonie Nov 8 2015 12:00 AM
So sorry for the loss of your sweet Son, Brother, Grandchild and Great Grandchild..Nephew...our sincere sympathy to you and other family and friends.
It is heart breaking...sending prayers and asking God to comfort and help you through this horrible time. God Bless you each one.
Gerald and Pat
Pat and Gerald Sandusky Jun 10 2015 12:00 AM
Mama is going to miss you. You are my sunshine. I love you to the moon and back.
Mama Jun 8 2015 12:00 AM
Words seem so far from us as to what to say, what to do at a time like this. I have never experienced the loss of a child, grandchild, great grandchild, nephew and only one cousin at such an early age. When Karen told me earlier today I didn't have to do anything, my reply was "If I had to do it, I wouldn't. I love you so I want to and will." The most important thing, I can do is pray and I will definitely do that also. Just hold tightly to God's unchanging hand of love. Grieve as you must, not as others will tell you is right, wrong or indifferent. Travel the pathways ahead, there is no pathway as there are many. I know you will lean on each other but also on us, you have always been there for others and now the page is turned and it is your turn to lean. God bless each of you in this-difficult time! Love to all
Jackie R. Sheldon Jun 7 2015 12:00 AM