Loyal W. “Butch” Fredley, 88, of West Deer Township, died Sunday November 8, 2020, in Allegheny General Hospital Pittsburgh. He was born June 3, 1932 in West Deer Township to the late James A. and Grace Ekas Fredley and has been a lifelong resident. A graduate of West Deer High School graduating in 1951. Loyal was a Sergeant in the United States Army Serving in Germany. He retired from T.W. Phillips in 1986 as a Service Technician/ Office Manager. He was a member of Bull Creek Presbyterian Church, where he was an Elder and Trustee, also was the President of the Bull Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Loyal’s interests included fishing, stain glass, woodworking, restoring antique tractors, building and remodeling his home and family homes.
He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Theda Garmer Fredley, his two daughters, Lorraine Fredley, Alice (Warner) Rice of Reedville VA. His son Loyal (Barbara) Fredley Jr. of Cabot, Daughter-in-law Karen Hilliard Fredley, Grandfather of Kathie Fredley, Traci (Gary) Meyers, Sara (Jeremy) Losco, Matthew Fredley, Emily, Rachel and Ann Rice, Great Grandfather of Alex Losco, Koolbie Fredley, Kale Meyers.
Preceded in death by his parents, a son Wayne Fredley, granddaughter Frances A, Rice and two brothers J. Clair and Alvin Fredley.
Private visitation was in the SIWICKI-YANICKO FUNERAL HOME, 23 McKrell Road, Russellton, West Deer Twp., everyone is invited to a graveside service at 11 am Wednesday November 11, at Bull Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery by the Rev. Robert Henry officiating. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions should be sent to Bull Creek Presbyterian Church 224 Tarentum Culmerville Road Tarentum, Pa. 15084
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Bull Creek United Presbyterian Church
224 Tarentum Culmerville Road, Tarentum PA 15084