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Kirby Dean Fraley
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Birth: Jan. 28, 1933
Gaston County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Apr. 29, 2008
Dallas
Gaston County
North Carolina, USA

Kirby Dean Fraley, 75, of Lowell, NC, died Tuesday, April 29, 2008 at Robin Johnson Hospice House.
He was a native of Gaston County, and was the son of the late Edward and Ina Costner Fraley.
Gaston Memorial Park, Chapel of Peace Mausoleum.

Kirby was a US Army Veteran, serving in the Korean Conflict. He retired after 30 years as a Gaston County Magistrate and was co-owner of Kirby & Kale Tire Company in Charlotte. He was a member of The Optimist Club, receiving Optimist of The Year in 1966-67. He received the East Gaston Boys & Girls Club Man & Boy Award in 1984-85, served on the Advisory Board for Lowell Fire Department and received the Resolution For Appreciation from the City of Lowell in 2006.
SURVIVORS: Wife of 55 years, Martha Rankin Fraley, Daughters & Sons in Law, Robin Cudd of Gastonia, Lynne & David Wheeler of Lowell, Sandy & Stacy Leatherman of Gastonia; Brother & Sister in Law, Bill & Vivian Fraley of Gastonia; Grandchildren: Lindsay Smith, Ashley & Whitney Cudd, Chaz & Kirby Wheeler, Kyle, Mitchell & Austin Leatherman; Great Grandson, Joshua Cudd
PRECEEDED IN DEATH BY: His parents and 3 Brothers & 2 Sisters

 
 
Note: Additional information provided by Tony Branch
 
Burial:
Gaston Memorial Park
Gastonia
Gaston County
North Carolina, USA
 
Created by: Richard Jordan
Record added: May 01, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26524845
Kirby Dean Fraley
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Kirby Dean Fraley
Added by: Richard Jordan
 
Kirby Dean Fraley
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Rest in Peace old friend. I will miss our long talks.
- Tony Branch
 Added: Jun. 8, 2008

- RMT
 Added: May. 1, 2008
 
 
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