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Richard (Dean) Frederick

Richard (Dean)
Frederick, 86, of Memphis, Missouri passed away Tuesday, February 2, 2010 at
the Scotland County Care Center in Memphis, Missouri.

The son of E.
D. and Elsie (Smith) Frederick, he was born January 24, 1924 in Windsor,
Illinois. Dean graduated from Bible Grove High School in 1942. He married
Louise Cowell on May 31, 1944 in Memphis, Missouri and to this union four
children were born. He served in the Navy as a Seaman First Class from 1944 to
1946. Dean and Louise owned and operated a dairy farm in Bible Grove until they
retired in 1999 and moved to Memphis. Dean was a member of the Greensburg
Masonic Lodge and the Bible Grove Christian Church..

Preceding him
in death were his parents, four brothers, Henry, Roscoe, Kent and Victor; three
sisters, Betty Wright, Ruby Wright and Janie Frederick; and a son-in-law George

He is survived
by his wife of 65 years, Louise; four children, Eileen (Raymond) Mullikin of
Muscatine, Iowa, Peggy (Harvey) Lancaster of Quincy, Illinois, Richard (Debbie)
Frederick of Memphis, Missouri, and Kimberly Herring of Sabetha, Kansas; nine
grandchildren, Denise (Tim) Fuegen, Dannette (Greg) Christensen, Dana (Rob)
Solt, Darin (Jenny) Mullikin, Ginger Whittaker, Jill (Rich) Brady, Gina (Brent)
Hochgraber, Jennifer (Ken) McMinn and Jeff (Emily)Frederick; twenty great
grandchildren, Trayton and Desiree Fuegen, Ashlyn, Ben, Seth, Andrew and Anna
Christensen, Ryan, Jonathan, Sarah and James Solt, Nathan, Rachel and Ella
Mullikin, Dalton Whittaker, Rachel and Lauren Brady, Kaitlyn, Haylee McMinn and
Lilly Frederick, two sisters, two sisters, Helen Dickerson and Hazel Unglesbee
of Memphis, MO, and two brothers, John (Maridee) Frederick and George (Sharon)
Frederick of Downing, Missouri, nieces nephews and a host of friends.

Memorials are
suggested to the Scotland County Care Center or the Scotland County Nutrition
Site and may be left at or mailed to the Payne Funeral Chapel, 202 E. Madison
St., Memphis, Missouri 63555.

services were conducted by the Greensburg Lodge on Saturday evening at 7:30
p.m. at the Payne Funeral Chapel in Memphis and the V.F. W. Post # 4958 of
Memphis presented the flag to the family at the close of the graveside

services were held on Sunday, February 7, 2010 at 1:30 p.m. at the Payne
Funeral Chapel in Memphis. Officiating the service was Brother Larry Smith and
interment followed in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery west of Greensburg, Missouri.

were Tom Barickman, Larry Frederick, John Wayne Frederick, Rick Frederick, Allen
Frederick, Jim Dickerson, and Dave Frederick.

were under the direction of the Payne Funeral Chapel in Memphis.