OBITUARY

Fred Alfred Widener

December 29, 1946December 31, 2020
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Fred A. Widener, of Beverly Hills Florida, passed away on December 31, 2020 at the age of 74. He was a Floridian born in St. Petersburg, long time resident of Citrus County and retired in Beverly Hills Florida. He served in the United States Air Force and is a Vietnam veteran. His hobbies included photography, golf, telling jokes, and spending time with his family. His passion was his family, his church, bible study, and Stephen Ministries. Fred is survived by his wife Patricia Widener; his brother and sister-in-law Clyde and Kathy Widener, his sister Joann Hunsinger, his son and daughter-in-law Wade and Davine Widener, his son and daughter-in-law Matt and Tamy Widener, his daughter and son-in-law Angel and Peter Matyko, his son and daughter-in-law James and Leslie Widener, his step daughter and son-in-law Anna and Don O’Shall, 12 grandchildren, cousins, and multiple nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Fred and Betty Widener. Fred was a dedicated husband and faithful servant of Christ. A private celebration of life will be held on January 23, 2021 at Fero Funeral Home in Beverly Hills Florida.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, January 23, 2021

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Clyde Wifener

January 11, 2021

I remember when he was in high school we played sent-back a punting game with a football to practice his punting, and when he used me to practice he’s running with the ball and I had to tackle him. He always won but I will always remember the bonding. He was my older brother and Ioved him . He always had a great affection for me and had me with him in Spring training, I was supposed to be there. He had my back!

Amberly Widener

January 11, 2021

My favorite memories of my grandfather were by far the laughter he brought to our family gatherings. The stories he would share of my father, aunt and uncle’s were always enjoyable. When my brother and I were much younger we use to go to his house with my dad and eat vanilla ice cream however with my grandfather’s twist. Vanilla was simply to boring for grandpa so he would add food coloring to our ice cream! My brother and I would run all over the house then with stained mouths and hands! One day when we meet again, I’ll be sure to share a bowl of green vanilla ice cream with you grandpa, but for now rest in peace.
Love your granddaughter,
Amberly

James Widener

January 5, 2021

My favorite memory of my grandfather would be when my cousins and I would all come to visit him, he would tell us the craziest stories of our parents growing up. I miss some of the corny jokes he use to tell us and the contagious laughter he would fill the room with. I love you very much grandpa Fred. I cant wait to one day see you again and tell you about all the corny jokes I stole and told my grand kids.
Love- James, Katie and your great grand son Kayson

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