Frieda D Wells
March 26, 1928 – October 2, 2020
Frieda D. Wells age 92, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, of Fairborn passed away Friday, October 2, 2020 at the Wright Nursing Home. Freida was born in Pomp, Kentucky to the late Prader and Arcia Caskey. She is also preceded in death by her husband, of 65 years, Charles E. Wells; their sons Olen Ray Wells, and Jimmie Clay Wells, grandson Derek James Wells, and eleven siblings. Freida is survived by her sons Charles W(Darcie)Wells, and Wendell L. Wells, grandchildren: Charla D Wells-Cox; Jason Wells, Jessica(Scott)Auxier, Jacquelyn(Christopher)Wray, and Janell Wells, great-grandchildren: Brandon and Logan; Keegan and Casiday; Kayla, Maddie, Paige and Carson; Maverick, Meredith, Maddox and Montgomery; Rusty and Dylan, and one sister Anna Mae Compston, along with a host of nieces and nephews.
- Alzheimer's Association
Private Funeral Service
Frieda D Wells
Sue Puckett Finley
October 22, 2020
So sorry to hear of the passing of Frieda! She and my Mom were good friends.
October 5, 2020
Charlie, Darcie, Charla, Brandon and Logan, it was always an extreme pleasure when Frieda and Charles came over every time we made the trip to Fairborn to see you all. They were truly family to us hill dwellers from Mingo Junction. Charles could grab onto a vertical fence post and extend his body horizontally off the ground. There probably aren’t many gymnasts who could pull that off! And Frieda always made two blueberry cheesecakes cause she knew I could eat an entire one myself. It was always comforting when Charles was at the camping trip at Ohio Power Recreation Lands. We went to the country store for ice cream sometimes while there. Good memories!!! We love you all.
October 3, 2020
Hey Wayne, Wendell. I am so sorry to hear Aunt Frieda has passed from this horrible disease. We all loved her so much. She was a true aunt where I always felt welcome and a part of your family. One of my biggest moments was on my birthday every year she would mail my birthday card so I would get a surprise even though we only lived two houses down from you. Who else got mail when your only 6? I have been a close member of your family all of my life and I feel the loss. All of the neices and nephews kept in touch with Frieda throughout the years because we knew she loved us and she cared what we were doing and how our lives were. Every member of your family, Uncle Charles, Ray, Jimmy, and Aunt Frieda and you guys of course, have a family connection that can't be broken and the Barkers are a part of it. I love you. Annitta
Brenda Kemplin Potter
October 3, 2020
Many great memories on Lowell Drive with this lady; my great aunt. Where do I begin; we always seemed to include Mamaw in our pranks and Mom sometimes had a roll in them. I guess when we told Mamaw that I dyed my hair, Mom was in on that one. I told Mamaw not to tell Mom that I was going to Frieda’s house to see if I could wash it out. Soon as I left her Mamaw called Mom & said don’t say anything Brendy has dyed her hair coal black & she has gone to Frieda’s. Mamaw came to Frieda’s; her sister who lived next door to her, I had put a towel around my head & dampened the front where it gathered. Frieda was shaking her head at Mamaw when she came in; Mamaw said still a little dark. I never had anything on my hair; it was it’s natural color... 😂 Great memory; one of many!