Gregg Martin Hastings, 61, of Bartlesville passed away at home after a long battle with kidney failure. He was born and raised in Bartlesville the son of James Martin and Mary Agnes "Suzy" Hastings. Gregg is survived by his mother, his sister Jamie Sue (Tony) Clapper, 2 nephews Marc (Heather) and Matt (Rachel) Clapper, 1 niece Ashley Parrish, 1 uncle Jerry (Darlene) Hastings, all of Bartlesville, 1 aunt Cathy (Gene) Reagan of Savannah, GA, numerous cousins, and 1 great niece. He is proceeded in death by his father, a brother Randy James Hastings, his grandparents, and 2 uncles.
Gregg graduated from Bartlesville College High School in 1974, and worked as a custodian at Madison Junior High School before becoming disabled. He was brought up and confirmed in the Redeemer Lutheran Church. He was a self-taught photographer and enthusiast of capturing people, animals, birds, sunsets, or sunrises at the best moment!
Floral Haven Funeral Home and Crematory in Tulsa provided cremation services, and a private Memorial service will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the St. John's Tulsa Kidney
Transplant Center @
https://www.stjohnhealthsystem.com/transplant/services/kidney-transplant or by calling 918-744-2925 or the charity of your choice. Any donation is greatly appreciated.
Published in Examiner-Enterprise from May 16 to June 15, 2018
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