Freda Ferrell
October 30, 2018

Freda Roselyn Ferrell was born on January 19, 1937, to the parents of William Howard Thompson and Goldie Mae Spaulding in Holden, West Virginia.

Freda accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Jeffrey, W.V. She received her education at Scott High School, in Madison, West Virginia.  After graduation she married Dallas Eugene Ferrell and started a family and moved to Marion Indiana.  She was a homemaker and her children and grandchildren were her pride and joy.  Freda loved to fish and cooking was her passion, she won many awards and ribbons for her pumpkin recipes.

Freda Ferrell departed this life on Tuesday, October 30, 2018.  She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Roger Dale Thompson.

She leaves to cherish her memories:  son: Gary Ferrell (Gina) of New Port Richey, FL , David Ferrell (Theresa) of Gas City, Indiana, daughters: Jennifer Ferrell of Nobelsville, Indiana and Becky Hatfield (Eric) of Alexandria, Indiana.  Grandchildren: Mandie, Adam, Dallas, Joshua, Justin and Chelsea many great grandchildren.  Sister Carol Kay Hall and brother Larry Thompson of Hampton, TN

To my Children:

I went fishing the other day, and I caught a big fish.  You would have been so proud of me.  You held my hand and cared for me, and I am so thankful for all that you have done.  I am in a better place and I want you to live your life and be happy and don’t forget to trust in Jesus and I   will be waiting for you at heaven’s gate.     Love mom


  • William Nutty Posted November 2, 2018 10:33 pm

    My heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Aunt Frieda. She will truly be missed. On to the heavens for you’re with the Lord now rest in peace sweet lady

  • Rick Holland Posted November 2, 2018 11:28 pm


  • Teresa Nutty Posted November 3, 2018 1:27 am

    I am truly blessed to have known my Aunt Freddy. She was a character. She loved to talk, going fishing, loved cooking and making her pumpkin recipes. She made the best peanut butter fudge, deviled eggs, and chili dogs. She could go from one topic to another without blinking an eye. I love you Aunt Freddy and will see you again, leave the light on for me.
    Your niece Teresa

  • Debbie Luikart Posted November 5, 2018 2:59 am

    My aunt Freda was one of the best people I’ve ever known. She always encouraged and lifted people up. She was a prayer warrior for Jesus. I have never liked pumpkin anything, but she made some pumpkin fudge, for the pumpkin festival and won. I tried it, and loved it. Nobody can cook as good as she did. I’ll always miss her, until we meet again. Still praying for my family. ..I love her more than anything, and will continue to love her

  • Regina Ferrell Posted November 15, 2018 5:44 pm

    We miss you Freda! You were such a beautiful soul. Your unconditional love and sweetness will always be remembered. Life will not be the same without you. Can’t wait to hang out with you on the banks of the fishing hole in Heaven. Peace, peace wonderful peace!

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