"Al" Fiegel August 30, 1925 - October 24, 2013 TUCSON, AZ Al passed away suddenly at the age of 88. He was fit and active until that day. Al served his country in the U.S. Naval Air Force during WWII and The Korean Conflict returning to attend OCU, where he met his wife, Mary Baker, and then attended Oklahoma A&M from which he graduated, becoming an avid OSU fan, leading the charge to tear down the goal post in 1965, when OU was defeated by OSU. A well-known OKC advertising exec, he will best be remembered for writing and producing The B.C. Clark ''Christmas Jingle" in 1956. He is survived by his children: Stephanie and husband Michael "Gator" Gray of Tucson, AZ; her daughter, Jessica Mraz and husband, Switzerland; his sons, Barry Fiegel, and Tim Fiegel and his wife Susan, OKC; grandchildren, Jason Fiegel, Albuquerque, NM, Lindsay Carter, OKC, Flash Fiegel, Walla Walla, WA, Hilary Fiegel and Vic Fiegel, both OKC; and his former wife and longtime friend, Jean Austin, OKC. He was indefatigable, an entrepreneur always with several ideas in the fire. Al will be fondly remembered. Cremation has taken place.
Published in The Oklahoman on Nov. 6, 2013