Terry Shayne Youtsey, known to his friends and family as Shayne, passed from this life suddenly and unexpectedly on Monday, July 18, 2022, at the age of 19, following an early morning automobile accident.
Shayne was born on April 3, 2003, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the son of Raymond Youtsey and Sheri (Rodebush) Cichon. Shayne grew up and attended school in Yale where he graduated with the Class of 2022. Shayne was active in baseball, football, and FFA during his time in school. Shayne was most proud of his last show pig, "Jamal the Goose Youtsey." Shayne had just recently gained employment with Advanced Building Specialties, LLC in Mannford. During his short time with ABS, he impacted those he worked with and interacted with. Shayne had also worked for Webco in Mannford, Oklahoma and Matt Barton in Stillwater for a short time.
Shayne loved working cattle at Maitlin Ranch in Cushing, where he gained the nickname "Shanshan the Cowhand." Taking adventures coon hunting with his friends was always an eventful evening. Spending time with his family, girlfriend and friends, always making others laugh and the party's life were also traits of Shayne. Shayne is described as a one-of-a-kind individual who was respectful, ambitious, brought up nicely, and a wonderful friend to many people. Shayne carried a kind, hilarious and loving spirit wherever he went, and he added a touch of obstinacy to complete the package. All people liked Shayne due to his positive attitude and being a good friend to all.
Shayne was a member of the family as well as a brother, son, grandson, nephew, friend, and more. He had a significant and favorable effect on the lives of a great number of people. He was one of the kindest guys anyone had ever met, and he made it a point to cheer everyone up whenever he could. Shayne was a fantastic young man who still had a lot of life's adventures to look forward to. He was a bright young man who dreamt of one day accomplishing something truly remarkable. He was loved by many and treasured by his girlfriend Emily, family, friends, and anybody else who shared a memory or two with him. Being the giving person Shayne was he volunteered with the Silver City Fire Department for the past several years.
Survivors are his mother, Sheri Cichon of Oilton, Oklahoma, father, Raymond Youtsey, Jr. of Yale, Oklahoma, siblings Kelsi Youtsey of Stillwater, Oklahoma, Gracie Youtsey of Jennings, Oklahoma Dayton Cichon of Oilton, Oklahoma, grandparents Nina Rodebush-Gilbert of Jennings, Oklahoma, Terry and Eugenia Rodebush of McAlester, Oklahoma, Raymond Sr and Susan Youtsey of Cleveland, Oklahoma, girlfriend Emily Morphew of Yale, Oklahoma as well numerous other cousins, and friends. Shayne was preceded in death by his uncles Doug Rodebush, Roger Youtsey and grandfather Dwayne "Chooch" Gilbert.
Services will be held at 10:00 am, Saturday, July 30, 2022, at the Oilton High School Gymnasium with Pastors Mike Clark and Mark Jackson speaking. Burial will follow in the family cemetery in Jennings, Oklahoma at the Diamond G Cemetery. Chapman-Black Funeral Home will be handling the arrangements. Friends and family may visit an online guest book and memorial page for Shayne at www.chapman-black.com.
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