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Frederick Roth, Jr
  • August 01, 1946
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  • December 26, 2019

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Frederick D Roth Jr. of Port Orange, Florida, formerly of Wheeling, WV, passed away on December 26th, 2019 at the age of 73. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Frederick D. Roth Sr. and Mary Shaunghnessy Roth, and most recently by his brother, Jack Roth.
Fred was an avid WVU sports fan. He and his brother attended over 40 years of WVU games with season tickets. Fred also enjoyed coaching basketball; he coached both boys’ and girls’ basketball at Corpus Christi Grade School.
Fred graduated from WVU Law School in 1971. He worked for S.R. Snodgrass CPA firm as a tax attorney and CPA for 42 years. He also taught classes at Wheeling Jesuit University and belonged to St. Michael’s Parish.
This Christmas, Fred had the enjoyment of all his family being with him in the hospital. He laughed, told stories, and had a beautiful day. Fred would often be heard quoting the advice, “Show love and be kind,” which is how he lived his life.
Fred is survived by Shirley, his wife of 45 years; their children: Derrick Roth and wife, Ashley, of Roanoke, VA, Frederick Daniel Roth III and wife Michelle, of Los Angeles, CA, and Carrie Bauer and husband Mark, of Port Orange, FL; grandchildren Brady Bower, Christian Johnson, and Kaitlyn and Emily Roth; and best friend since childhood Bob Adelson and his wife Deena.
Correspondence can be sent to address: 5423 Fan Palm Court, Port Orange, FL 32128.
A service will be held on January 11, 2020 at 11:00am, Daytona Beach Drive In Church, 3140 South Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida. A procession will follow to Ponce Inlet for scattering of ashes and a luncheon to follow.


Service

Location:
Daytona Beach Drive In Church Chapel
3140 South Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach FL 32118

Date & Time:
January 11, 2020 at 11:00 AM


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  1. Leesa says:
    02 Apr 2020
    I sure miss you, Fred & all our fun talks.

  2. Rich And Kelly rogers says:
    11 Jan 2020
    We will miss you fred

  3. Chuck Gruber says:
    09 Jan 2020
    Shirley and Family, I really appreciated talking to you last week even though the news was so sad.

    It’s hard to believe how the years accumulate so quickly. I first met Fred over 65 years ago when we started 3rd grade together at Corpus Christi in Warwood. We became good friends as the home we had just moved into was about a half of a block from Fred’s home on Hazlett Avenue. I still remember my Mom asking me after the first day of school that year if I had met a boy named Fred Roth. Even after Fred moved to Romney Road, we saw each other often as we had most of the same classes at Central High. After college, we together frequently, usually watching the Mountaineers or Pittsburgh pro teams. I also remember once visiting him for a Marshall game when he lived in Huntington. Fred, another friend and I even drove to Atlanta for the 1972 Peach Bowl together for what turned out to be a rather lackluster performance by WVU.

    Although we didn’t see each other too often in recent years, it was always good to know that Fred was my good friend in WV or Florida.

    We certainly will be with you in thoughts and prayers this Saturday, especially when WVU plays Texas Tech that evening.

    Pat & Chuck Gruber

  4. Jami Bower says:
    01 Jan 2020
    Mr. Roth was a great role model, father, and grandfather. His family was very important to him. He was always welcoming and warm hearted. He will be greatly missed.

  5. Jami Bower lit a candle:
    01 Jan 2020
    Lit since January 1, 2020 at 1:42:18 AM

  6. Bob and Debbie lennox says:
    31 Dec 2019
    Shirley, words cannot express how we feel about your loss. Your dear Fred was a lovely man, a gentle and kind spirit.
    We will always remember our fun times with dinner and couples bowling. Please give our sincere condolences to the children and grandchildren. With love..

  7. Bob & Debbie Lennox says:
    31 Dec 2019
    Shirley, your Fred was a dear man, always friendly and engaging.
    He will be dearly missed.❤
    We will always remember our couples dinners and Bowling parties. , what fun that was.
    Fred will always be fondly remembered. Please give our condolences to the family.

  8. Leesa lit a candle:
    29 Dec 2019
    Lit since December 29, 2019 at 12:23:18 PM

  9. Leesa says:
    29 Dec 2019
    I'll really miss, Fred. Especially our outings for food & people watching like he loved to do so much. It was a pleasure being his caregiver. Sending many prayers to Shirley & his children & grandchildren.
    Leesa Hudock

  10. Steve Martino says:
    29 Dec 2019
    Shirley and family. Fred was a true champion. Always taking care of others. He will be missed. God Bless, Steve

  11. Lorraine DeMaria says:
    29 Dec 2019
    God bless you & your Family Shirley.
    You are all in our prayers.
    Lorraine DeMaria

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    29 Dec 2019
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  14. Marta says:
    29 Dec 2019
    Will miss his smile. Prayers for your family. Love to you, Shirley.

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    28 Dec 2019
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