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Floyd, Freddie L. October 3, 1950 - October 6, 2021

Date of Funeral

October 12, 2021

Graveside Service

Tuesday October 12, 2021

11:00 AM

Macedonia Cemetery

Osceola, MO


Freddie (Fred) Loren Floyd was born on October 3, 1950 near Elkton, Missouri to Noah and Jewell (Wyatt) Floyd. Fred passed away peacefully on October 6, 2021 while surrounded by his daughters.

Fred grew up in Hickory County Missouri and graduated from high school in Wheatland. In his youth he was a member of the Elkton Christian Church, and later the Humansville Methodist Church. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved to hunt, fish and trade guns. He enjoyed country music, searching for mushrooms, and great finds at yard sales and flea markets. For more than twenty years he owned F&F Floorcovering, installing carpet in many homes in Southwest Missouri, as well in churches and businesses. Later in his working life he was employed by the Missouri Department of Conservation, where he particularly enjoyed helping run fishing clinics for youth.

He married Marsha Stacy in 1969 and to this marriage two children were born, Robert and Stacy. On January 5, 1980 he married Fannie Britz, and to this marriage two children were born, Heidi and Heather. Fannie preceded him in death and he married Jeanie Gardner on July 3, 1987. They were married for thirty three years until her death in 2020.

In addition to Fannie and Jeanie, he was preceded in death by his parents Noah and Jewell Floyd and his brother Frank Floyd. He is survived by three daughters, Heather Berry, Heidi Aton and Stacy Rogers, and one son, Robert Floyd. He is also survived by nine grandchildren, Quinton and Christopher Rogers; Rylan Evans; Bo and Cole Aton; and Allie, Sean, Kira and Emma Berry. He is also survived many extended family members and friends.



  1. REPLY
    Susan G Cox says

    Heidi, Heather, Robert & Stacy, so sorry for the loss of your father, Fred (and Jeanne) hold a special place in our hearts and they will never be forgotten. Love and best wishes always, Sue (Todd) & Mark Cox

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    Neoma Stacy says

    Our sympathy goes out to Freddie’s family. I have so many good memories of him growing up. We along with Frankie had some really neat play houses & made a lot of mud pies. We were a lot closer than cousins. We only lived a couple of miles apart. I use to get off the bus & spend the night when the bus couldn’t make it up the hill in winter! Good memories is something I will always cherish!
    Love Neoma Stacy & family

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