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Catherine J "Cathie" Gregg
Nov 19, 1942 - Dec 20, 2010
Posted by Janet Laubhan Flickinger


Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine J. “Cathie” Gregg, age 68, of Norman, Oklahoma will be held at 10:00 am Wednesday, December 29, 2010 in the Chapel of Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery, 2301 East Indian Hills Road in Norman. 

Cathie was born November 19, 1942 in Elk City, Oklahoma the daughter of Orville B. and Fernetta E. (Hoffman) Gregg.  She passed away Monday, December 20, 2010 at her home in Norman.

Cathie attended schools in Kansas, graduating from Southeast High School in Wichita, Kansas in 1960.  She spent a brief time working for Boeing Aircraft before attending the University of Oklahoma, where she was a member of the Alpha Phi Sorority. 
Cathie was the co-founder and operator of Brass Planter of Norman for many years.  She later opened FrameMaker's Art Gallery in Downtown Norman.  She attended Moore-Norman Vo-Tech and obtained her certification in Electronics in 1988.  Upon graduation, she accepted a position with the U.S. Postal Service training employees in the field of electronics and equipment operation.  Throughout her career of twenty-two years with the postal service she held various positions which involved teaching, training, and technical writing.   

Cathie was a very supportive Mother and Grandmother, closely committed to her children and family.  She often served as the Homeroom Mother, Girl Scout Leader, Boy Scout Den Mother, and many other positions which allowed her to be active in the lives of her children.  She simply loved spending time with her family and especially enjoyed a good laugh with her three children, Bret, Laura, and Jennifer.
Cathie maintained a closeness with her high school friends and enjoyed the time she spent with them.  Cathie was an incredible woman of faith and prayer, often looking past her own needs to care and give to help others.  She was a selfless person, giving tirelessly of herself to better the world for those around her, even if it meant just sharing a warm smile.  She was attending the Antioch Community Church in Norman.
Cathie enjoyed shopping, going to the salon, collecting antiques, fishing, long talks while drinking cream slushes with her granddaughter, Jennifer, as well as, reading with her youngest granddaughter, Evie. 

Survivors include her son, Bret Brantley of Norman, Laura Broyles and her husband, Gary of Norman; two granddaughters, Jennifer Broyles and Evie Broyles; one brother; Stan Gregg and his wife, Crystal of Leavenworth, Kansas; three sisters; Betty Wilson and her husband, Bill of Seattle, WA; Orvilla Unel of Mersin, Turkey; and Judy Young of Cheney, Kansas;

Cathie was preceded in death by her parents, one daughter, Jennifer Rowland on January  5, 2008 and one grandson, Nicholas Rowland.       
The family will greet friends from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at the Havenbrook Funeral Home, 3401 Havenbrook Street in Norman.

Burial will conclude in Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of the Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman.


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