Jimmy Harold Biffle

June 25, 1946 - 

April 24, 2024

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Jimmy Harold Biffle, 77, of Tulsa, Oklahoma passed away Tuesday, April 24, 2024. Funeral service will be at 1:00PM Saturday, May 4, 2024 at First Baptist Church in Waurika. Interment will be at Waurika Cemetery under the direction of Dudley Funeral Homes in Waurika. He was born on June 25th, 1946 in Duncan, OK to Manton & Byllye Jean Biffle. He is survived by his wife Katy of 55 years and children Matthew Biffle and Emily Norman. He graduated from Waurika High School in 1964 and went to Oklahoma University. Where he received a degree in Business and later a Master in Regional Planning. He was also a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. While in college, he got his pilot license and joined ROTC. He later became an officer in the army and trained soldiers to operate tanks. His first job was in the OKC planning department to help develop the underground tunnel project and Central Corridor plan. In 1973 he moved to Tulsa to become the Director of Tulsa's Vision 2000 comprehensive plan. In 1978 he formed Biffle Companies, Inc., an Urban Planning and Transportation firm. He worked on pedestrian ways and worked in several plans for cities not only in OK but TX and KS. By 1984, Biffle Monorail Co. was founded, and the firm traveled abroad to inspect transportation systems. They traveled to London, Paris, Rome, Reno, and Egypt, Sweden and Germany. His greatest dream was to see a monorail to transport people from Tulsa to OKC in thirty minutes. He enjoyed running and ran a marathon. He also enjoyed golf and played often at Tulsa Country Club. He was also a skier and liked to take businessmen up to his place in Vail for a week. He was a big fan of OU football, but a greater fan of Jesus Christ. He had weekly bible studies in his office. He felt that while business is important, Faith in God is the most important. His greatest joy was 'his giggling girls' his grandaughters Jessica (13) and Ashlyn (10).


June 25, 1946


April 24, 2024

Funeral Service

Saturday, May 4, 2024 1:00pm
First Baptist Church
United States