Frederick E. Custer

Born: Mon., Jan. 29, 1968
Died: Sun., Jul. 15, 2018


Memorial Service

11:00 AM Mon., Jul. 23, 2018
Location: Faith Lutheran Church


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Custer, Frederick E., 50, Central City, died July 15, 2018.  Born January 29, 1968, son of the late Ronald and Betty (Meck) Custer.  Preceded in death by sister, Tammy.  Survived by wife, Michelle; daughter, Kimberly (Matthew) Clark; grandson, Mathias; brother, Timothy (Karen); father and mother-in-law, George and Ardelle Mason; and sister-in-law, Doris Mason.  Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, July 23rd at the Faith Lutheran Church, 6567 Glades Pike Rd, Somerset, Rev. Ben Mandrick, officiating. www.mulcahyfuneralhome.com.

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Tanica Reed
   Posted Mon July 16, 2018
My heart is breaking for you all. Prayers for strength and healing through this difficult time for all of you. Fred may be gone in body,but he will never be forgotten and will remain in the hearts and memories of everyone that knew him.

Virginia Black
   Posted Mon July 16, 2018
So sorry for your loss. Fred will be missed by many.

Diana Miller
   Posted Mon July 16, 2018
Michelle I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Patricia Barnrs
   Posted Mon July 16, 2018
So sorry Michelle.You have my deepest sympathy.God bless.

Amy (Manges) Owens
   Posted Tue July 17, 2018
To the Custer Family, I was so sad to hear of the passing of Fred. Please except my sincerest sympathies. May God comfort you at this most difficult time. I remember all the times we had on the school bus and at good old Shade High.

Amy (Manges) Owens
Shade Class of 1986

Timothy Custer
   Posted Sun July 22, 2018
Fred Custer was many things to many people: Son, Brother, Husband, Father, Grandfather, Uncle, and Friend. He lived an honorable life and strived to care and provide for his family, shared his faith, and loved his country. We can honor his memory by doing the same.

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