THINGS TO DO

Thursday, November 21

Future Soldier Training
Free Financial Seminar - Your Own Home
Whittier Gobble Giveaway
Book Discussion Events

Friday, November 22

Tai Chi for Better Balance
Gospel Music Celebration 19
Coffee with CASA
Save the Batfish: Trivia Night W/ LT. Gov Matt Pinnell
Pre-Black Friday Sales Event
Jake Tankersley
Fall Minis
Dynamo Show & Su Lluvia De Estrellas

Saturday, November 23

Pre-Black Friday Sales Event
Grand opening
Batfish Beer Release Pint Night!
Grand opening
Rockin' Christmas Auction

Billy Wade Pierce, Jr., 57

Born Wednesday, September 12, 1962

Died Sunday, November 3, 2019

Mr. Billy Wade Pierce, Jr., in his 57th year, passed from this life on Sunday, November 3, 2019 in his home in Muskogee.

Billy Wade Pierce, Jr., was born on September 12, 1962 in Muskogee, Oklahoma, the son of Billy Wade Pierce, Sr., and Jo Ann Pierce. Affectionately known as "Jr." by his brothers and sisters and "Uncle Jr." by his nieces and nephews, Billy Jr., attended School in Tullahassee, Oklahoma, where he graduated from Carter G. Woodson High School. He had a talent for baseball and played on a competitive team until he reached high school.

After graduating from high school, he began working for Griffin Foods for over 20 years. Later, he worked in other manufacturing vocations including Dal Tile and Boral Brick Company in Muskogee.

Billy Jr. had a great love for fishing and hunting. He was taught these hobbies at the age of 5 by his Dad, Billy Sr. He developed a love for both, but his true love was fishing. His favorite fish was Crappie and his greatest challenge was trying to catch "the big one!" He often told the story of a 64 pound, flat head he caught on a limb line in the Arkansas river.

In his 56th year, Mr. Billy Wade Pierce, Jr., passed from this life on Sunday, November 3, 2019 in his home in Muskogee. He was preceded in death by his son, Tajmarron Pierce, his father, Billy Pierce, Sr., his brothers, Michael and Whitney Pierce, his step-dad, Willie Carter, his step-brother, Bobby Carter and his step-sister, Helen Carter.

He will be dearly missed with his comic actions and adventurous expeditions, along with his favorite quotes.........." Your Crazy as all out doors", "You ain't no good" or "You sorry low life" as he laughed out loud.

He leaves to cherish his memories of fishing, hunting and family fun to his mother, Jo Ann Carter; his siblings, John Walker, Cathy Walker, Toni Pierce, Nathan Pierce [Georgia], Angela Skates [Franklin], Darlene Pierce, Josette Pierce, Olivia Carter [Trevarose]; his step-brothers, Frankie Carter and Clarence Carter; his soul brother and best friend, Arthur McNac; 23 nieces and nephews; and 31 great-nieces and nephews.



A Memorial Ceremony for Mr. Pierce will be held on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the 18th and Denison Church of Christ. Brother Eric Rodgers, Pastor, will officiate.

Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc.