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Gregory Paul Fietz
Jun 16, 1958 - Aug 18, 2018
Posted by: Ann Weber


WILSON-LITTLE FUNERAL HOME
PURCELL-NEWCASTLE, MCCLAIN CO, OK
(permission granted)

Gregory Paul Fietz, age 60, of Lexington, OK, died at his home on August 18, 2018.  

He was born June 16, 1958, in Shreveport, LA.  After graduating from De La Salle High School in New Orleans, LA, Greg moved to Oklahoma to attend the University of Oklahoma where he was a member of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity.  Realizing that college wasn't for him, he worked in the oil business for a couple of years, then as a welder, and later as a handyman.

He was preceded in death by: His parents, Robert P. and Betty J. Fietz.

He is survived by his sisters:  Lisa Gayle Ross of Asheville, NC, and Jan Fietz of Pensacola, FL,    as well as numerous relatives.

Graveside Memorial Services are scheduled for 4:00 P.M. Thursday, August 23, 2018, at Hillside Cemetery in Purcell, OK.


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