OBITUARY

Fred Hoskins

December 12, 1943October 28, 2020

Fred Hoskins, 76, of Miamisburg, passed away Wednesday October 28, 2020 in his residence. He was born on December 12, 1943 in McKee, Kentucky, the son of Fred M. and Alice Elizabeth (Nunn) Hoskins.

Fred was a fifty year member of the Minerva Lodge 98 Free and Accepted Masons, Trinity Chapter 44 and Miami Chapter 107 Order of Eastern Star. He was past High Priest of Trinity Chapter 44. Fred loved playing the guitar and enjoyed Bluegrass music.

He is survived by his wife Anne (Benner) Hoskins; two daughters, Adah (John) Cummins and Emily (Chad) Hart and beloved grandchildren Joe, Ali and Jake Cummins. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers.

A gathering of family and friends will be held on Monday from 5 – 7 p.m. in the Gebhart Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home, Miamisburg, where Masonic services will follow at 7 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday with Pastor Michael Hout officiating. Burial will follow in Hillgrove Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to Hospice of Dayton.

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    Monday, November 2, 2020

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    Monday, November 2, 2020

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    Tuesday, November 3, 2020

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Chuck Phillabaum

November 3, 2020

He took me under his wing helped me to be a good body tech, taught me a lot about life an prepared me for the job I have now, teaching kids the skill of being a body tech and a painter!! Thanks Fred for giving me a chance !!
Chuck Phillabaum. Glad I got to talk to you awhile back to share with you want you did for me!!

Ruth Perry

November 1, 2020

We are so sorry to hear of Fred's passing, and wish Anne and their children and grandchildren peace as they celebrate the wonderful life he led, and happy memories of having him in their lives.

Much love from Ruth and Tom Perry

Michael Reed

November 1, 2020

Six years ago I was in a near fatal car accident. After I was stable enough to transport I was moved from Miami Valley Hospital to a different facility to eventually wean myself off the machines that were helping me breathe. I'm sure Fred visited me at Miami Valley, but I wouldn't have remembered due to medications. Where I was moved was considered private health information, so with Fred not being family the hospital would not tell him where I was. Over the next week or so Fred played private investigator leaving notes on doors, talking to my neighbors, and calling in a few favors. I'm not sure how he found out, but one day Fred showed up in my hospital room at The Daniel Drake Center in Cincinnati where he visited more often than everyone but my Mother. Fred never would tell me how he did it only that the only thing that mattered was that he did. The hospitals may not have considered him family. They have no clue how wrong they were!

Henry Powers

November 1, 2020

Fred Used to join us (a group of AT&T retirees and Tom Sheridan) at Perkins once a month. We enjoyed hearing his stories.

LORETTA & RON EITEL

October 30, 2020

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. LOTS OF GOOD MEMORIES OF GOOD MUSIC AND GOOD TIMES OVER THE YEARS

Cinda Harris

October 29, 2020

The world lost a wonderful man yesterday. Fred was a generous, unselfish person. He was so talented on so many levels. He introduced my husband to me 43 years ago, stood up in our wedding, introduced Terry to Masonry. He has always been a true friend. I will love and miss Fred the rest of my life

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