Fred Lee McGinn

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Fred Lee McGinn III, passed from this life to his eternal home on Dec. 3, 2018. After graduating from Texas A&M University, he became a pilot in the Air Force - a veteran of the Vietnam war. After his military service, he was honored to work for the FBI as a Special Agent - retiring after 27 years. McGinn then served as Head of Security at OC in Edmond for 9 years.
A giant of a man who only stood 5"10", his humble spirit and gentle soul made him a respected leader and friend to many. He humbly served 12 years as an elder for his beloved Quail Springs Church of Christ (now The Springs CC). He lived purposefully. He planned for every day and for the future. He put nothing before his faith, family or his service to our country and others. He will be missed.
McGinn was preceded in death by parents Fred and Sarah (Kuenstler) McGinn; brother David Allen McGinn; and brother-in-law Jay Hudson.
He is survived by wife of 52 years Barbara Belle (Beasley) McGinn; sons Fred Lee McGinn IV & wife Larissa; Justin Beasley McGinn & wife Bailey; and by daughter Angela Belle (McGinn) Piercey & her husband Gary. All now living locally. His grandchildren include Danny, Joe, Mark, and Will McGinn, Josh, Gabby, and Lilly Barr-Sonoda, Xalen and Kaya McGinn, and Dallas Piercey. He is also survived by his sister, Mary Martha (McGinn) Hudson of Little Rock, Ark.; two brothers, Richard Harvey McGinn & wife Lora of Trophy Club, Texas and Michael Andrew McGinn & wife Rhonda of Humble, Texas; plus many precious nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held at the Springs Church of Christ, 21477 N. Western Ave, this Saturday morning, Dec. 8, 2018 at 11 a.m.
Published on December 6, 2018
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