Wilford Ray Fry
April 29, 1934 – April 30, 2020
On April 30, 2020, Wilford Ray Fry, 86, passed away in his home in Smithwick Mills Estates, Marble Falls, Texas.
A loving father and grandfather, Wilford Ray enjoyed hunting and fishing and a good cup of coffee.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Loda Maude Clark Fry, his father, Wilman Ray Fry, both of Marble Falls, his loving wife, Gloria Marie Fry, daughter, Conie Marie Krause, granddaughter Kandis Marie Gliddon, his brothers Gary Dale Fry and Tommy Lee Fry and his son-in-law, Nick Barbiari.
Wilford is survived by his children, Randy Ray Fry and wife Sandy, of Marble Falls, Debra Pedigo and husband James, of Weatherford, Wilma Fry Barbiari, of Marble Falls, son-in-law Dennis Krause, grandchildren, Scott Blake Turner, Dorian Wayne Turner and wife Becky, Lecia Tylene Gliddon Freitag and husband Brian, James Franklin Gliddon and wife Holly, Lelon Ray Brooks, Renee Nicole Brooks and partner Cory Swindel, Johnny Ray Krause, Ricky Krause and great grandchildren Colby Austin, Abry Turner, Reverdy James Gliddon, Alazea Chantel Broach, Jada Burton, Noah Burton, Hailey Christine Thomas, Tate Nathan Thomas and Micole Green.
Services will be held at a later date.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Wilford Ray Fry
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Naomi (Clark) Chadwick
May 13, 2020
Wilfred and my sister Pauline Clark Crawford were born on the same day. We we were cousin and grew up together and lived on adjoining property! I have such fond memories of those years.
May you rest in peace!
May 12, 2020
There’s an empty place on your row Sunday mornings and an even bigger empty place in our hearts. Your faithful example in the midst of trials will forever encourage us! Meanwhile, we’re celebrating your homecoming and the joyous reunion with loved ones and most of all, your Savior and Heavenly Father. You fought the good fight Wilford! Praise God!
May 11, 2020
In loving memory of my uncle Wilford. You left me with a lot of great childhood and adulthood memories. I will see you and the family all again one day. Until then RIP as you deserve. You will be very missed and always loved!
With loving thoughts & memories forever,
Katie & Ed!