Jennifer Lynn Mayberry, 33, Dexter, Mo.
Obituaries · March 08, 2013

Jennifer Lynn Mayberry, 33, died suddenly on Monday, Feb. 25, in Dexter, Mo.

Memorial services in honor of Jenny were Monday March 4, 2013, at the Henderson Barker Funeral Home in West Branch. Visitation was Monday with funeral services immediately following. Online condolences may be made to the family at

Jenny was born May 19, 1979, at Camp Pendelton, Calif., the daughter of Brian Oxley and the late Terri (Heath) Oxley. She was a graduate of Tipton High School in 1997.

On Dec. 20, 2008, she married Peter Mayberry in West Liberty, Iowa.

Jenny had a fantastic sense of humor. She was always quick with a joke or a witty comment. Her laugh was contagious and heard often whenever she was around her family and friends. She was an original member of the legendary “Bits & Pieces” bowling team, something she had a lot of fun participating in. More than anything, Jenny loved her four daughters; they brought her such joy and pride. Her love for them was unconditional.

Jenny is survived by her husband, Pete Mayberry; her father, Brian Oxley and his wife Connie Oxley of Wapello, Iowa; her daughters, Tristan and Hunter Humphrey, and Micah Stine of Tipton, Iowa, and Dakota Mayberry of Dexter, Mo.; her step-son, Sheldon Mayberry, and her step-daughter, Lacee Mayberry, both of Wilton, Iowa; her brothers, Nicholas (Julia) Oxley of North Liberty, Iowa, and Justin (Nicole) Goddard of Wapello, Iowa; her sister, Tonisha Goddard of Wapello, Iowa; grandmother Julia Oxley of West Branch; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Jenny was preceded in death by her mother, Terri Oxley; her grandparents, Leroy (Red) Heath, Herbert Oxley, Joann “Grandma Mac” McIntire and Earl McIntire; her uncle, Michael Heath; her aunt, Janella Oxley; and her cousin, Kasey Cogdill.

In lieu of flowers, the Jenny Oxley Mayberry Memorial Fund has been established through Hills Bank and Trust.

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