She was very happy and loved life, her work, home and family. 

The 30-year federal government employee was someone people could count on, her co-workers said. Carrol “Chip” June Fields, 48, was the lead support person in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s Oklahoma City office. She was honored with the DEA Administrator’s Award for Distinguished Service in 1994. Fields was a 1965 graduate of Shawnee High School. She and her husband, Ronald L., had a 21-year-old son at the time, Ronald W.

Field of Empty Chairs

Carrol June "Chip" Fields
Carrol June "Chip" Fields
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
9th Floor
Drug Enforcement Administration

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