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In Memory

Frederick Wilson

FREDERICK DONALD WILSON, SR.: Burlington County Times FREDERICK DONALD WILSON, SR. Levittown, PA resident Frederick Donald Wilson, Sr., passed away suddenly on Saturday, May 2, 2009. He was 61 years young. Born in Doylestown, PA., he was a longtime resident of Levittown, PA. Fred was a US Marine Veteran of the Vietnam War. He was employed at Cowan Systems, LLC, in Burlington, NJ. He was previously employed at Jevic Transportation for 17 years, where he was awarded for his safe driving, the Million Mile Safety Award. When he wasn't at work, the things he enjoyed most were watching his granddaughter , Britani, play softball and his favorite baseball team, the New York Yankees. He also enjoyed spending time in Atlantic City and Philadelphia Park playing the slots. Fred enjoyed the past 40 years with the love of his life, his wife Judy (nee Cadwallader), by whom he will be forever missed. Surviving with his wife are their three children; Patti (Chuck) Esser, of Willingboro, NJ, Donna (Scott) Rossi, of Warminster, PA., Fred, Jr. (Amanda) Wilson, of Levittown, PA. He is also survived by his four precious grandchildren; Britani and Bridget Esser, Georgie and Patrick "Bubba" Rossi, and his "lil" sister-in-law Karen Hozier and her family Irv, Jimmy and Bobby as well as his nephew Charles Rice, Jr. Family and friends are invited to Fred's Life Celebration Wednesday after 7pm and Thursday after 9am from BECK/GIVNISH OF LEVITTOWN, 7400 New Falls Road, Levittown, PA. 19055. His Funeral Service will be at 10am Thursday from the funeral home. Interment will be in Newtown Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory preferred to American Heart Assoc., 5455 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43214.

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10/30/14 02:36 PM #1    

Gale Lorenc (Wiik)

Thanks to Neil Clark for sharing this information on Fred. To suddenly die at 61 is sad and so YOUNG. It looks from his obituary that he had a full and good life in those years.Gale

10/30/14 06:01 PM #2    

Neil Clark

Fred and I were close friends for many years.  We joined the Marine Corps together and were in the same platoon in boot camp.  We were stationed about 5 miles from each other when we were in Vietnam.  Fred was the best man in my wedding in 1969.  He was a good man and I miss him.

Rest in peace Corporal, Semper Fi

11/03/14 04:05 PM #3    

Bill Pugh

Fred was the catcher on the baseball team in 1964 and 65

He was always so energetic and upbeat behind the plate. He made pitching 

so much more enjoyable. He was a great guy.

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