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Alfred Earl Pierce
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Birth: Jul. 9, 1985
Muskogee County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Apr. 17, 2006
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA

Alfred Earl Pierce was born on July 9, 1985 in Muskogee, Oklahoma to Jacqueline Lee Roman and Luther Ray Nelson Pierce. He passed from this life on April 17, 2006 in Bixby, Oklahoma at the age of 20 years, 9 months & 8 days.

Alfred was a 2004 graduate of the Bixby High School. He was working as a shift leader for the Carl's Jr. Restaurant. When he was not working, he loved to go fishing and spend time working on his truck.

He is survived by his mother; Jackie Roman of Bixby, his father; Luther Ray Nelson Pierce of Washington, his step-father; David Kent Johnson of Bixby, 3 brothers; Kevin Michael Roman and his wife Brandy, of Bixby, Luther Ray Pierce and his wife Charlene, of Sapulpa & Joseph Lee Pierce of Bixby, his maternal grandmother; Mary Wilson of Hectorville, his maternal great-grandmother; Dessie Tollette of Hectorville, 2 aunts; Janet Turner and her husband Drew, of Inola & Lisa Couch of Washington, 2 uncles; John Pierce of Idaho & Earl Pierce of Sapulpa, 2 nieces; Keeley Roman & Chloe Pierce, his step-grandparents; David E. & Martha Johnson of Broken Arrow & Ann Johnson of Oklahoma City as well as several cousins, other relatives and friends.

Casket bearers were Kevin Michael Roman, Luther Ray Pierce, Joseph Lee Pierce, Brandon Brown, Michael Gammill, Daniel Gammill & Bobby Whitney.
(Information from Alice Huitt Preston) 
Bixby Cemetery
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA
Created by: OkieBran
Record added: Jan 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 32609984
Alfred Earl Pierce
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It's been so long. I just found out. I'm so sorry that I didn't keep in better touch. You were my friend. We played together as small children. We laughed and laughed as teenagers. We had good times as young adults. I moved away and you went away. I can't...(Read more)
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