Jesse Lee Fesperman

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Jesse Lee Fesperman, 78, of Rosharon, TX passed away November 10, 2021 at home in Rosharon. Jesse was born December 22, 1942 in Bokoshe, OK to Raymond Leander & Etta Mae (Atkinson) Fesperman.

He lost his father when he was only 7 and his mother when he was 15. He lived with his uncle James Fesperman until he graduated from high school. Jesse joined the Air Force right after graduating high school and received an Honorable Discharge after four years of service. He worked at various employments while living in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Austin until he landed in Houston, TX where he started and ran a very successful air conditioning and remodeling business. Jesse loved his children, grandchildren, family, his dogs, fishing and playing the lotto. He was also preceded in death by sisters, Lula Mae Hood and Betty Jean Bowden; brothers, John William “J.W.”, Ira Ray, and Billie Joe Fesperman.

Survivors include his son Todd Fesperman & wife Gail; daughter, Melissa Fesperman Barnes all of Rosharon, TX; seven grandchildren, Kayla Fesperman of Katy, TX, Jacob Barnes, Haley Barnes both of Angleton, TX, Trevor Barnes and Bobbiejo Fesperman of Rosharon, TX, Justin Fesperman and Kandus Fesperman of Durant, OK; three nieces who were like his sisters, Carol James, Nadine Tackett, and Sandy Sides-Ekiss all of Bixby, OK; countless other nieces, nephews, loved ones and dear friends.

Services will be 10:30 am, Friday, November 19, 2021 at Bokoshe Methodist Church, Bokoshe, OK with Jim Cook officiating. Burial will follow at Old Bokoshe Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Todd Fesperman, Jacob Barnes, Trevor Barnes, Ethan Rayon , Jerry Rea, and Dillan Novak. Visitation will be 6-8 pm Thursday evening at the funeral home.

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The family has chosen to entrust the care of the services to Evans & Miller Funeral Home – Poteau, OK


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