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Mound Valley Cemetery

Katherine & John Fiegener
John & Katherine Fiegener gravestone
© Delores Colwell Willis & Roy Willis

© Enid News & Eagle
Submitted by: Glenn

John Fiegener

July 21, 1887 ~ August 06, 1972

Oklahoma City – John Fiegener died Sunday in a Midwest City hospital at the age of 85. Rosary services will be held at 1:30 PM Tuesday for him in the Eisenhower Funeral Home. Mass will be held Wednesday at 11 AM. Burial will be in the Mound Valley Cemetery in Thomas.

Born in Blaine, Kansas, Fiegener came to Thomas in the early 1900s. He lived in Enid and for 35 years worked for the Failing Company. After retiring he moved to Del City. He was a member of the Catholic Church.

Survivors include his wife Katherine of the home, four sons, Colonel Kenneth with U. S. Marines in San Diego, California, Eldon, Del City, Joseph, Algiers, Algeria, and John J, Houston Texas; two daughters; six brothers; 27 grandchildren and four great – grandchildren. One son, Gerald, preceded him in death. 

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