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Doss Jr., Gale Fredrick

Posted: Tue 2:42 PM, Nov 07, 2017
Funeral Home: Leavitt Funeral Home
Gale Fredrick Doss Jr., 78, passed away November 7th, 2017, under the care of Worthington Manor of Parkersburg, WV.

Gale was born on October 20th, 1939, the son of the late Gale Fredrick Doss Sr. and Dorothy Lee Doss. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and Big Red Football. He was a graduate of Parkersburg High School, where he was a running back for The Big Reds in 1957. Gale served his country in the United States Air Force where he was stationed in Japan.

Gale was a Chemical Operator for Chevron Chemical and a member of the 19th Street Church of God. He was a man of strong faith, and lived his life accordingly.

Surviving are his loving wife, Joyce Doss of Vienna, daughter Robin Klinger (Mike) of Devola, OH, two sons; Gale Fredrick Doss III of McConnelsville, OH, and Scott Doss (Shelley) of Parkersburg, WV, sister Majean Cox (Jim) of Mineral Wells, WV, brother Howard Dailey of North Carolina, seven grandchildren; Cory Klinger, Jessica Doss, Peyton Row (Chris), Travis Doss, Alex Doss, Kendra Doss, Hadley Doss, and 3 great-grandchildren.

Gale's remains will be cremated with no services to follow, as per his request

Online condolences may be sent to www.LeavittFuneralHome.com

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