Fred Wilcome

11/14/1943   —   08/07/2019

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  • Cynthia Wilcome

    Without Fred, I wouldn’t have my wonderful childhood.

  • Linda (Alvene) Babineau

    Fred was my best childhood friend while we were growing up together in Grand Rapids. I’m so grateful he was my cousin and we shared so many escapades and adventures together. I love you and miss you!

  • Lucy Russel

    My dad taught me many things in my early years. He taught me about God, music, appreciating nature and the beauty of the world around us. I am thankful for those years.

  • Suzie Lange

    Fred or as I known him was Ted he was a great guy always happy-go-lucky he was a joy to add to our adult foster care home he will be greatly missed. He was an awesome man and I’m sure in his day had a lot of great times his health got the best of him but at least he’s resting peacefully up in heaven now and we need to be thankful and grateful for that.

  • Laura Neibarger

    I have so many fond memories of my Uncle Fred when I was growing up. He was a phenomenal pianist and would always play the fun songs that we as kids loved, i.e. Flight of the Bumblebees and the Elephant Walk. He was my god-father as well. He and my dad had many a fun trip down the many rivers in Michigan. He will be missed. We will continue to pray for the rest of the family during this time. Love you all so much.
    Andy & Laura Neibarger

  • Vicki Emigh

    Deepest sympathies to the entire family and friends of Mr. Wilcome. God has his ways… far beyond our understanding. God embrace your hearts with peace and His promise of comfort, day by day.

  • Linda Wilcome

    I’m so sorry to hear uncle Fred passed away, my deepest sympathy

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