Donald Herbert Mieir

Class of 1944

1944 Graduation Edition
Perry Daily Journal
Donald Herbert Mieir

– son of William H. Meier, 339 Holly street, will attend Oklahoma A. & M. college next term.

The 18-year-old boy was born at Perry and attended grade school here. He spent some of his high school days at Canton high school, Canton, Okla., and is a member of Alpha Eta.

He participated in the junior play and was on the Perryscope staff during 1943-44. He took part in football and basketball.

Donald Herbert Mieir

June 23, 1925 – July 17, 2014

Donald Herbert Mieir, resident of Ponca City, OK, passed away on Thursday, July 17, 2014, at Renaissance Nursing Home. He was 89.

Donald was born on June 23, 1925, to William H. Mieir and Constance (Briggs) Mieir in Perry, OK. He was raised in Perry, OK and graduated from Perry High School in 1944. Following his graduation he began his career with Conoco in 1944 as a process supervisor and retired in 1985, including a tour in England. He was married to Barbara Mieir on September 2, 1977 in Ponca City, Oklahoma. he worked as Process Supervisor for Conoco Refinery.

Don’s hobbies included golf, woodworking, bowling, gardening, sports spectator, particularly the St. Louis Cardinals. His favorite was watching his grandsons play football, baseball and basketball. Many special memories of his children and grandchildren always telling stories.

He is survived by his children; Ross Mieir of Fort Collins, CO; Linda (Mark) Countryman of Richmond, TX; Tanya (Ron) Pfadenhauer of Chesterfield, MO; Mike (Tricia) Fagg of Ponca City; Sheryl (John) Lindley of Corpus Christi, TX; he is also survived by 19 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.

Preceded in death by Wife, Barbara Mieir, Grandson, Ryan Mieir, Brother, Frank Mieir, Brother, Albert Mieir, Brother, Phil Mieir, Brother, Robert Mieir, Brother, Chrles Mieir, Brother, Ted Mieir, Sister, Peggy Bryan, Sister, Dora Culver, Sister, Wilma Harkins, Daughter, Sandy Mieir.

The memorial service will be held at 3:00 pm, Monday, July 28, 2014, at Trout Funeral Home with his grandson, Adam Countryman, officiating. Burial will then follow at Odd Fellows Cemetery in Ponca City, OK. Memorial Contributions may be made to the Community Christian Church or carity of choice.