Freda j. Fletcher Waugh Sharp, 85 of Cowen, passed away Monday, August 13, 2012, Braxton Memorial Hospital, Gassaway. She was born November 3, 1926, in Tioga. She was the daughter of the late John & Elsie Henderson Fletcher. She went to her heavenly home.
Freda attended Little Glade Baptist Church and supported Billy Graham Ministries. She attended Glenville State College followed by a short professional career in Webster County schools and, later , as the director of Senior Citizens for Webster County. However , she enjoyed being a loving mother and a loyal friend more than any monetary career. Her kindness, generosity of spirit and intellect will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
She is survived by her children, Micheal and Debbie Holcomb Waugh of Canvas and Nita Waugh Quattro of Cheverly, MD.; her step children, Earl & Sandy Sharp and Dave & Lois Sharp; her grandchildren; Robert & Erin Love Quattro and Philip & Angee Quattro Kerns, her step grandchildren,; Jason & Eva Sharp, Brian & Loletia Sharp, Richard Hefner II and Andrea Hefner (Doug) Larason; great grandchildren Asjlyn & Willow Quattro; step great grandchildren Kayla, Joselyn Clayton and Raylan Sharp and Brianna Hefner; sister; Kathleen Blake; brother-in-law, Vernon Boyd; sisters-in-law Anna May Fletcher and Virginia Fletcher; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husbands Forrest S. Waugh and Lowell A. Sharp son-in-law, Frederic Quattro; stepson, Andy Sharp; five brothers, Lester, Howard, Huling, Harry and Ray Fletcher; and Five sisters, Josie Bird, Gertude Wilson, Ida McCumbers, Lucy Dodrill and Martha Boyd.
Funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, August 16, at Adams-Reed Funeral Home with the Rev. Keith Williams, her pastor Officiating. Burial will be in Blacks Chapel Cemetery, Camden-on-Gauley.
In lieu of flowers, Freda requested that donations be made to charity. The family would like to suggest the Braxton County Memerial Hospital Building Fund, 100 Holyman Drive, Gassaway, WV. 26624, as the entire staff showed great compassion and kindness to her during her final days.