Gregory Neil Baxter

Gregory Neil Baxter

1958 – 2023

Gregory Baxter, 64, of Edmond, passed away Tuesday, April 4, 2023.

Greg was born to Paul and Clovia Baxter in OKC on July 28, 1958. He attended Edmond Memorial High School where he played multiple sports. He started at Mustang Fuel in 1977. Worked most of his career at Enogex, transitioning to OG&E before he retired in 2013 after 36 years. In his retirement, he enjoyed fishing, feeding the birds, working his daily crossword puzzles, gambling trips and spending time with his family being the best Papa.

He is preceded in death by his parents, brother Mark, father-in-law Curtis, brother-in-law Rickey (Nancy), nephew Bo and cousin Stanley. He is survived by his wife of 45 years Marsha, daughter Crystal, son Dustin (Amy), grandsons Bryson, Samuel and Keaton, sister Paulette Limbaugh, mother-in-law Beverly Cordray, sisters-in-law Patty Rios (Boni) and Karen Baxter, brother-in-law Ronnie Cordray (Pam), numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and many lifelong friends.

The funeral service will be held on April 15, 2023, at 10am at Matthews Funeral Home (601 S Kelly Ave, Edmond).

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the American Heart Association.

We will be live streaming this service in an effort to accommodate those people that wish to attend but are not able to.  To watch the service CLICK HERE to go to our YouTube page. Click on ‘Videos’, then ‘Live Streams’.

21 thoughts on “Gregory Neil Baxter”

    1. Gayla Stephens

      I have known Greg and Marsha for 30 plus years. I worked with Marsha for 20 years or so. We have had great times together. And I have great memories of Greg on our cruise together. We had so much fun. I will surely miss him and our good times together. May he rest in peace.

  1. Mike Anderson

    Marsha and family,

    We are sorry to hear about Greg’s passing. He was a nice, quiet, friendly guy and we always enjoyed visiting with him. He was a dedicated family man as it showed when you guys were together. He will be truly missed. Prayers for all.

    Mike and Cindy Anderson & family

  2. I love you too dear brother! Was so proud of the person you were- I wish I had told you that more often! I wish we had gotten to go on some trips together💙 will miss you lots💙

  3. Lisa Case Pape

    Greg, became a good friend in high school. He was a very caring guy and his humor was great. Loved seeing pictures with him and Marsha. Greg’s family you had a great guy in your lives and you will have my continued prayers for you all.

  4. Paula Arevalos

    Peace be with you cousin. The world will be a little darker without you. Family is waiting for you in Heaven.

  5. Vicky Cauthen

    So glad we got to be neighbors and raise our kids across the street from each other. Greg was such a nice guy and always had a smile or grin and a wave. Love you all.

  6. Lori Peterson

    Dear Marsha and Family
    My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of your loss and the sorrow you will be feeling.
    Love to you my friend
    Lori Cassity Peterson

  7. Sherry Potts Rogers

    Marsha – I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers with you and your family during this time of loss.

  8. Sandy Tettleton O’Lena

    Greg was a close buddy during our teen years and remained dear to my heart. I’m so glad he had a wonderful life with you Marsha and the beautiful family you two had. He was always funny and so kind. I’m sorry you have to experience this loss. Bless you all through the following days. Sending very sympathetic love to you Marsha. 💙

  9. Terry Dear

    I’m so sorry you and the kids have to go through this heartbreak.
    I’ve know Greg since he was about 2. He was a very nice man whenever we spoke. You are in my prayers and may God comfort you and your family.
    Love you,

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