Spencer DeShane Neff, 49 years of age, of Kingfisher, Oklahoma and formerly of Pampa, Texas, is no longer fighting illness and has been restored to perfect health as he is now gazing upon Christ’s amazing glory! He peacefully passed from this life into eternity with his family at his side on Sunday, August 28th, 2022, at Integris Baptist Hospital in Oklahoma City. He made his presence known in this world on June 1, 1973, in Fort Worth, Texas to Raymond and Elaine Neff.
Being raised in Pampa, Spencer attended Pampa schools and graduated with the class of ‘91’. One of his greatest blessings was the ability to sing! While in high school, he played the role of Professor Harold Hill in the musical, Music Man and Will Parker of Oklahoma. His love for music and uncanny ability to touch others through his voice, Spencer has honored family and friends with songs at wedding, funerals and sang specials at his church home on a regular basis and never turned down the opportunity to sing karaoke.
As a lover of the outdoors, Spencer had been an avid Harley rider and loved hangin’ out in his backyard cooking on the grill while watching the kids play. Spencer was a very hard worker and took pride in the endearment “Oilfield Trash” as most of his career life had been in some capacity within the oilfield. He had been employed by National Oilwell Varco, driven a truck for Top O’ Texas Oilfield Trucking and later managed the yard for Top O’ Texas until his debilitating illness would no longer allow him to do so. His smile, charisma and ability to tell a tale will be missed by those who knew him well.
Waiting at Heaven’s Gate for his arrival were his grandparents, Ervin and Mary Neff, Billie and Muriel Henderson and a father-in-law, Gary Epperson.
Those whose lives he has impacted and left to mourn him are his wife, Melody Neff of Kingfisher, OK; parents, Raymond and Elaine Neff of Pampa; children, Taylin Jaeger, Kambrie Neff, Maxwell Neff all of Pampa, Jonathan Feil of Fargo, OK, Ryan Feil of Duncan, OK, Logan Feil of Yukon, OK, Tyler Tuttle of Clarendon; sister, Stacie Fredriksson and husband Brian of Chelmsford, MA; niece, Gracelyn Fredriksson; nephew, Taylor Fredriksson both of Chelmsford; a grandbaby, Laney Feil and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family members.
Family will be available to receive guests from 6-8pm, Friday, September 9th, 2022, at Winegeart Funeral Home, 303 N Frost Street for those who would like to extend condolences and perhaps hug their necks.
Spencer will be laid to rest alongside family at Rose Hill Cemetery in Laverne, Oklahoma with private graveside services. The family has entrusted the cremation care of their loved one to Winegeart Funeral Home.
Should donations be a preference, the family suggests they be made to the Diabetes Foundation of the High Plains, 1400 S. Coulter Street, Amarillo, TX 79106-1786 or by visiting dfhp.org in memory of Spencer.
Please visit www.winegeartfuneral.com to leave words of condolences and comfort on Spencer’s Book of Memories for his family.