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Goetz

Ser v ices for Glenn G oet z Jr., 46, of Lexington were held Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011, in Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home with burial in the Sharp Cemetery in Sharp. Bro. Ronnie Rhoades officiated.

Mr. Goetz died Friday, Sept. 2, at his home in Lexington.

He was born Oct. 7, 1964, in Cameron to Betty (Dragoo) and Carl Glenn Goetz Sr.

They lived in Cameron and moved to Thorndale during his junior year. He graduated from Thorndale High School Class of 1983.

Mr. Goetz was a Lexington resident since 2007, moving there from Fairbanks, Alaska.

He was a self-employed diesel mechanic and bulldozer operator.

He married Laura Sunderland on Dec. 4, 2003.

Survivors are his wife, Laura Goetz of Lexington; three daughters, Hannah Sams and husband Sean of North Pole, Alaska, Holly Goetz and fiance Forrest Dorr of Gillette, Wyoming, Haley Goetz and fiance Curtis Schomer of Billings, Montana; two stepdaughters, Raeann Lorek and husband Robert of Fairbanks, Amanda Dineen and husband James of Corydon, Indiana; his parents, Glenn and Betty Goetz Sr. of Thrall; his grandmother, Bulah Mae Dragoo of Cartersv ille, Georgia; two brothers, Casey Goetz and wife Joann of Lexington, Cary Goetz and wife Jackquenett of Rockdale; two sisters, Carol Bergstad and husband Bill of Dayton, Wyoming, Connie Creamer and husband Chris of Leander; also, five grandchildren, 12 nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers were Casey Goetz, Cary Goetz, Glenn Schneider, Richard Schneider, Ron McCoy and Danny Zalesky.

Memorials may be made to the church of one’s choice.


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