OBITUARY

Freddie R. Coomes

December 28, 1941November 24, 2018
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Freddie R. Coomes passed away on November 24, 2018 at Jupiter Medical Center. He was born in Bloomfield, KY on December 28, 1941; the son of the late Lawrence “Leo” and Louise Coomes.

Freddie served his country in the U.S. Air Force until his retirement.

He is survived by his loving wife of 23 years, Gwen Coomes; a daughter, Nancy Furst; four sons, Richard Coomes, Jeff Coomes, Adam McQuaig and Adrian Coomes; three sisters, Norma Massey and her husband Ed, Judy Nichols and Brenda Bright and her husband Bobby; two brothers, Jimmy Coomes and his wife Myra and Jerry Coomes; and two brother-in-laws, Chris Campbell and his wife Dian and Johnny Adams and his wife Donna.

Visitation will be held on Sunday, December 2, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center, 1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL. A Funeral Service will be held in the funeral home at 3:00 pm. Burial will be held on Monday, December 3, 2018 at 10:15 am at the South Florida National Cemetery, 6501 S. State Road 7, Lake Worth, FL. To view a full obituary and offer condolences please visit www.aycockfuneralhomejupiter.com.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, December 2, 2018
  • Funeral Service Sunday, December 2, 2018
  • Committal Service Monday, December 3, 2018
REMEMBERING

Freddie R. Coomes

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Jimmy Coomes

December 7, 2018

I love you brother, as I would always say every time we spoke. All the laughter and tears we have shared growing up and as adults. Those memories I will always have and keep close to my heart. I enjoyed seeing how happy you were when Myra and I spent time with you and Gwen. Love you brother and brother-in-law,. Until we meet again. Jimmy and Myra

Dian Campbell

December 7, 2018

Fred you will be dearly missed. You were one of a kind and the love of my sisters heart! I hate to see her and the boys in such pain but they know they will see you again and you are no loner in pain. And that’s what keeps them going. Rest In Peace my Brother-in-law till we meet again.

Judy Nichols

December 7, 2018

My heart is breaking for Fred. I will miss our phone calls and laughter. When we were young I loved to be a pest to him. He always asked
“ What ya doin Dewey”. Rest In Peace Fred. Heaven just received another angel. Amen

Gwen Coomes

December 7, 2018

Freddie, you are the light and love of my life. I know God has a master plan and that you are in a better place, but I miss you! I know I will see you again one day, until then I will try to make you proud of me. I am a better person for having been loved by you. Rest in peace my love,

Forever your loving wife.

Jeff Coomes

December 5, 2018

I love you Dad, I love you son! Those were the last words we exchanged the night before my Father went to be with the Lord. And he expressed those same thoughts to others as well that night. I feel blessed that I got to hear him say that. These past couple of year's have been the best of my life, because Dad and I talked. I got to know him as a Father, Husband to Gwen, and through all of that, he was the best man I have ever known. I miss him dearly!!! But because of his faith in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour, we will talk again in Heaven. Love you Dad

Brenda Bright

December 5, 2018

Freddie always put his family first! Such a sweet kind loving brother.
Never forgot to call me on my birthday.
Always ask about Bobby, Kori & family.
Always tried his best to get to a family gathering. Like the time he came in and surprised us at Kori‘s wedding! I still remember his sweet face with that Big grin!
As a child We would pick him up at the Airport,he would come walking through with his uniform on. Oh my was he handsome! I was so proud of MY BIG BROTHER!
I’ll love you forever my dear sweet brother!❤️❤️❤️

Norma Massey

December 5, 2018

Thru the years you were always my little brother. Oh the memories we shared.
We would play golf, of course he would always
beat me. We had such good times. I can see
his face as we would look at each other &
start laughing. One big memory was when
Fred came home from basic training in the
Air Force. I could not believe my eyes as in
6 weeks he went from a young boy to a
man. Fred had a deep love of family & his
Country.

Jeff Coomes

December 4, 2018

Adam McQuaig

December 2, 2018

He was a loving father when he didnt have to be. I mean it he really didnt have to be. My father was still in my life and I saw him often, but Fred came in and started taking my mom out on dates. He took me right along with them and included me. I remember early on after they married and we moved in at his house in Jupiter, FL the town I now have come to proudly call home. He stepped up and took part in raising me with discipline and love. Somedays felt more harsh with discipline, but standing here as a grown man I see what he was doing all along. I remember good days; wonderful days of him taking me golfing with him and he let me drive the golf cart. I remember fishing at local ponds close to his house; my first catch was my ear. I remember going with him to clogging events a form of dancing he was so fond of he got me involved in the junior cloggers though I wasnt as good it was a fun memory. I didn't even realize it, but all this time he has been playing a part in making me the man I am today.

Jim and Doris Adams

December 1, 2018

Gwen, Adam and Adrian, we are thinking of you and are so sorry for your loss.
We only had the opportunity to visit with Fred a few times but it was easy to see that he was a good man who was devoted to his family.
I remember on our last visit, we had a long discussion about "how to make the best crabcakes". We agreed that oatmeal was better than bread crumbs for mixing with crab meat. (Very important information) I am sure Gwen will remember this discussion.
We send our love to Fred's family.
Jim and Doris