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Douglas Dale Fraley
October 7, 1958 ~ November 28, 2018 (age 60)
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Douglas Dale Fraley passed from this life on November 28, 2018 at the age of 60. He was born October 7, 1958 in Talihina, Oklahoma to Dale and Emaline (Cole) Fraley, and grew up in Antlers before moving to El Reno, Oklahoma. Doug was a member of the Methodist church. He enjoyed spending time with his wife, fishing, visiting with his friends, watching wrestling, and was a fan of the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Oklahoma City Thunder. He was a veteran of the United States Army.
Doug is preceded in death by his father, Dale, and mother, Emaline; brothers, Dannie and Preston; and sister, Emajean.
He is survived by his wife: Robin Kay; his sons: Alfred Fraley, and wife Sia; and Nathan Fraley; stepsons: Tony, Justin, Floyd, Lonnie, and Richard Klinekole; stepdaughters: Sunshine Snyder and husband Christian, and Summer Klinekole and husband Donovan; adopted daughters: Nathalia and Clarisse Fraley; special nieces: Jessica Daryl, Shelly Austin Fennell, and Dana Aldrich; Aunt: Eugena Martinez; Uncle: Dwight Austin; Cousin: Veronica Ware; and grandchildren: Brandon Fraley, Emil Fraley, and Carlie Fraley, Mitchell, Juneau, Lucious, Major, Donovan, Kierra, Maclin, Kota, Kaliyah, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Raynee, Devry, Kassain, and Punkin Blackowl; he was also survived by many other family members and friends.
Services for Doug will be held 1 PM, Monday, December 3, 2018 at the Serenity Funeral Service Chapel in Antlers, Oklahoma. He will be laid to rest at Austin Cemetery in Finley, Oklahoma. Pallbearers for the service will be: Christian Snyder, Justin Klinekole, Tyree Stoner, Mitchell Klinekole, Donovan Mahseet, and Juneau Klinekole; and Honorary Pallbearers: Alfred Fraley, Nathan Fraley, Anthony Martinez, Dwight Austin, Custer Martinez, and Donald Dorward.