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Clifton "Bo" Neeley, Jr.

March 10, 1955 ~ December 2, 2021 (age 66)


Clifton Maurice "Bo" Neeley, Jr. was born on March 10, 1955 in Baytown, Texas to Clifton Maurice Neeley, Sr. and Barbara Jean Moore. He passed from this life on December 2, 2021 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Cliff was a strong believer in the One true God, Creator of Heaven and Earth and Father of Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus the Messiah). He lived his daily life by trying to be an obedient son and bondservant of the Most High, following the Torah of Elohim. Cliff began everyday with him and his wife joining hands together in prayer lifting up each other, family, friends, the sick, our Nation, Israel and our persecuted brethren. He believed strongly in helping the poor, widow and orphan and gave generously to all those in need. He was a strong man of God who lived by his convictions. He was a faithful Shabbat (sabbath) keeper and loved the Feasts of Adonai.
Cliff has finished the race strong in faith and waiting in rest for the rising of the saints to meet Yeshua in the air for the Millennial Reign of his King and Savior Yeshua HaMashiach.

Cliff worked in the oil industry for about 45 yrs. He held several certificates as an inspector for refineries, tank farms, nuclear plants even rubber plants. He was very highly respected in his profession and was relied on by many associates and oil companies for his knowledge to keep plants safe and updated with the newest environmental safety codes so all employees and communities would remain safe while providing quality energy for all. Cliff not only used this knowledge here in the US but also world wide, traveling to many different countries such as the UK, Egypt, he lived in Venezuela for a year, worked offshore and many other places around the world. He was a true professional in his field.

Cliff enjoyed life on his farm. He loved being outside working with the goats enjoying the land he believed God gave him until he either was laid to rest or meet Yeshua in the air. Cliff named his farm "Hineni Farms" meaning here I am. He was saying to his Lord and Savior "Here I am, use me in Your service".

He loved music as well. His favorite musician was Marty Goetz a Messianic praise and worship singer. He also enjoyed Bobby Darin in his younger life and loved the song "Mack the Knife". He received several standing ovation's singing that song during karaoke nights. Cliff also won a twist contest when he was younger. He loved to dance, the white boy had rhythm. He also was a huge Beatles fan.

He enjoyed playing golf, watching OU football and old movies but mostly he loved being with family.

He is preceded in death by his father: Clifton Maurice Neeley, Sr.

Cliff is survived by his wife: Leesa Kay Neeley of the home; mother: Barbara Jean Moore of Highlands, TX; children: Caitlin Neeley Boshart and husband William of Mesquite, TX and Sheena Nichole Steele and husband Corey of Greenbriar, AR; sisters: Regina Carroll, Sheila Cobb, and Cindy Slocum; grandchildren: Ace Chance Anderson, Destry Steele, and Jade Steele.

Services for Cliff will be held on December 8, 2021 at 11AM at the Serenity Funeral Service Chapel with interment following at Antlers City Cemetery.

Services have been entrusted with Serenity Funeral Service of Antlers.

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December 8, 2021

11:00 AM
Serenity Funeral Service
145 W Main St.
Antlers, OK 74523

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