OBITUARY

Isaac Samuel Gantz

February 28, 1979October 12, 2020

Isaac was born on February 28, 1979 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and passed from this earth on October 12, 2020.

Isaac is survived by his parents Logan and Jacci Gantz; sisters, Sarah Cromwell and husband Todd and Rebecca Arguello and husband Rodo; as well as 1 niece Finley and 3 nephews, Malakai, Van, and Caleb.

As a boy, Isaac was active in soccer, basketball, and involved in Boy Scouts, as well as church activities.

He enjoyed fishing, hunting, motorcycles and Nascar, and reading history. He loved boating and spending time fishing at the family lake house on Lake Texoma.

He traveled working paintless dent repair all across the United States for at least 10 years with Ken Coker. As side jobs, he worked in a towing company and lawn service. He was in automotive repair with Les McKaughan for several years and together they moved into a new repair shop before he was hospitalized.

Isaac was an avid fisherman. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation for their educational fishing programs for children: https://okwildlifefoundation.org/donate

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Andrew Snow

October 16, 2020

Isaac was my first friend. He was my first best friend. His phone number was the first phone number I memorized. His house was home to my first sleepover. He was the first friend with a Nintendo. I remember the layout of his house, the smell of their swimming pool, and the sound of his mom's voice telling us to, "go to sleep!" I remember riding with Isaac and Logan to buy fireworks for the first time. And...I'm pretty sure I tried "squeeze-it" at his house for the first time. It was definitely gross!

Isaac was the first friend on the scene when my dad passed 26 years ago. He stuck around - all the time - and made sure I felt cared for at all hours. He drove me to my dad's graveside service, and, when we seemed to be running late, he tore through the cemetery drive at top speed to get me where I needed to be on time.

I lost touch with Isaac maybe two decades ago, but the Isaac I lost touch with had the biggest heart, the fiercest loyalty, and the ability to make me feel at home - at any cost.

I am so incredibly sad to hear of his passing. My heart is broken that the world lost a special person.

Sending much love to his family.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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