On 4/8/2022, Fred transitioned from his earthly home to rest until the end of the world when Jehovah, our God resurrects the dead to live in an earthly paradise.
While on earth Fred loved to move and he had mastered the art of movement either to some of his favorite music by Michael Jackson, (which he would turn the volume up as loud as he wanted) or to just move about freely as only Fred could do.
Fred had a passion for Reese Peanut Butter Cups, he would search for them either in a purse or a bag. He also loved the feel of the smooth magazine pages against his face as well as feeling different textures and surfaces around him while he moved about the house. Fred also liked to touch the staffs’ arms, trying to startle them when he would gently pinch their arm to get a reaction. When he would hear “ouch!” Fred would laugh aloud, his laugh would make everyone around him smile in response. He would then kiss the pinched arm as if to say he was sorry, still wearing that smile on his face while doing so.
His laugh was one of the things that was loved most about Fred, it will be missed. Fred always found a way to do things his way, and living life his way was what Fred did daily. He never stopped seeking the freedom of movement that he loved so much. Fred didn’t allow many people to be in his world, but he did have three people who were staff that cared for him and had become his friend. Fred loved his friends, he enjoyed being with them and they enjoyed Fred. His friends, Darrell Kendrick, Corey Wesson and Taray Price, were very important to Fred and they were wonderful in providing the friendship that Fred needed.
Fred was born in Kansas City, Missouri to Fred Wederski and Arline Wederski on July 2, 1969. He was proceeded in death by his parents. He is survived by his sisters, Carol Wederski and Donna Gammill.
Funeral service will begin at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 14, 2022 at Meyers Funeral Chapel, 1600 W. Main St, Blue Springs, MO. Interment will immediately follow at the Blue Springs Cemetery. Memories of Frederick and words of comfort for his family may be shared at meyersfuneralchapel.com.