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Ellis County Capital
17 Feb 2005
Page 6

Gregory Robert Czaplinski ("Skeeter")
April, 18 1958 - February 12, 2005

Greg was born in Phonixville, Pennsylvania. He was the sone of Richard and Nancy Czaplinski and is survived by his three sisters, Denise Toepel of Colorado, Brenda Neiderberger and Valerie McFarland of California. His partner in tis live was Karen Sue Shelton of Arnett, Oklahoma and they have a son Christopher Czaplinski

Greg was in the Army in his early years and stationed overseas. Greg and Sue met in Pennsylvania in 1989, fell in love and moved to the Shelton farm in Arnett. Greg was a wonderful carpenter by trade. Most recently due to knee trouble, he had gone back to school to pursue a career in the computer information technology field.

In November of 2004, Greg was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumor. We wish to express thanks for the tremendous support and prayers during his illness. He was a loving father, a wonderful husband, a terrific son and brother. He will be missed by all.

Memorial graveside services were held at Fort Sill National Cemetery in Elgin, Oklahoma, Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at 11:00 a.m. under the direction of Guardian North Funeral Home of Oklahoma City.

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