OBITUARY

Frederick Kenneth OTT

February 26, 1928June 2, 2018

Frederick Kenneth OTT was born on February 26, 1928 in Baltimore, MD and passed away on June 2, 2018.

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Frederick Kenneth OTT

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Lois Weber

June 13, 2018

My Father was a Strong.caring and giving man. He took pride in my accomplishments and gave me strength courage and guidance to get through some of life’s challenges. He was a great role model for Jason teaching him to ride a bike, drive the tractor n even helped him with his derby car for Boy Scouts. When Jason started bringing Shannon around He told him ‘she was cute as a button’ n needed to put a ring on her finger. Jason listen to his grandfather n married Shannon last Sept. She makes my boy happy n I couldn’t think of a better person to share the Weber name with. I deeply regret he was unable to attend the wedding. He loved Shannon and he would have been so Proud of Jason . When I moved on the boat with Chris I wanted to have Thanksgiving dinner for them. Dad kept saying there was no way we could do that. Of course we did .... boat anchored out in the middle of the Harbor. Dad said it was like eating dinner in the Rooftop restaurant downtown. He had such a good time that day. Through all life’s good times n not so great times Dad was always there with a gentle word and a smile of encouragement. He made me want to succeed so that he would be proud of me. They say you can’t pick your parents and I don’t think I could have ever chosen a better Father. Dad you were loved my many, you will be missed! Rest In Peace

Bill and Betty Burroughs

June 6, 2018

We knew Ken for 55 years. We met when Ken and Mary went out of their way to welcome us to the neighborhood where bought our first house. There, Ken taught our son how to throw a baseball. He showed us all how to grow a ton of tomatoes from just a few plants. Ken took me to my first oyster roast and car show.

Ken was a good friend. He always volunteered to help when he thought we needed something. Ken rescued Betty when she was stuck at the hospital after one of my operations. For 41 Februarys, we shared birthday celebrations.

Ken was always concerned for others. When we last saw him a year ago, perhaps in jest, perhaps not, and as he always said to Betty as we parted, “If Bill doesn’t treat you right, tell me and I’ll set him straight.”

We will miss Ken.

Bill and Betty Burroughs