Frederick Charles Castle, age 92, of rural Marshall, MO, died Sunday, July 11, 2021 at his household.
Fred Castle was born in Saline County on July 2, 1929, to Tom and Alberta Pittman Castle. Fred was the middle of five youngsters. He grew up on the family members farm, having fun with the natural beauty of the land and hard operate it took to present for his loved ones. Fred graduated from Malta Bend Large Faculty, meeting lifelong best mate Roy Jeffress on the very first day of course. At the age of seventeen he locked eyes with Zara Brown throughout the Malta Bend town square. According to Zara, “love at 1st sight” was instantaneously real. They began a blissful relationship on June 16, 1951.
Their lives soon revolved about tending to the family farm and their very first daughter, Kay. Youngsters Karla, Ken, and Charlie were each happily welcomed to the spouse and children in the coming many years. Fred relished the exciting of parenting, whilst Zara was remaining to be the disciplinarian. The only guardian-trainer meeting he attended, he was stunned to master that his son was the course clown. Fred later made into an remarkable homemaker. His dishes and sinks ended up generally spotless the household was kept safe and sound from appliances getting still left plugged in or stove burners remaining remaining on.
Fred was a person of adventure even though experiencing the simplicity of lifestyle. He showed off his h2o skiing competencies at the Lake of the Ozarks irrespective of not understanding how to swim. His trip to Mexico associated getting shed for considerably too extended following a bullfight. His European expedition led him to becoming a pack mule for an more mature lady in his tour group who plainly introduced far too a lot baggage. Fred may possibly also have attended some wild golf equipment while vacationing in Hawaii.
The upcoming phase of his daily life observed Fred become the very best grandfather. He attended college features and doted on his grandchildren’s accomplishments. Fred was even regarded to speak hugely of the family canine and cats.
Fred will always be remembered for the appreciate he shared with Zara. He will be dearly missed viewing over the farm, examining on Ken though doing the job, likely for rides all over city, and currently being the very best listener the environment has ever identified.
Fred was preceded in death by his parents, Tom and Alberta Castle his soulmate Zara Castle and more mature sister Mary Kathryn Gauldin.
He will be dearly skipped by his spouse and children. Survivors contain Kay Disselhoff and spouse Dennis of Kansas City Karla Simpson and spouse John of Marshall Ken Castle and spouse Brenda of Marshall and Charlie Castle and spouse Rhana of Pleasant Hill. His grandchildren and excellent-grandchildren are Abby Bozarth and husband Jeremiah with sons Hudson and Colton Monthly bill Disselhoff and wife Lauren with young children Drew, Kimber, and Benson Katie Disselhoff Christian Castle Jenna Pickard and spouse Connor with daughter Emmy Skylar Simpson and husband Amit Jain Kendra Castle and fiancé Hunter Rolf and Savannah Torrey and spouse John. Siblings are Harold “Bud” Castle, Anne Boedeker, and Bernadette Cleary.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 15, at St. Peter Catholic Church, with Fr. Francis Doyle officiating. Burial will stick to at Ridge Park Cemetery in Marshall. Visitation will be from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Thursday at the church. An online guestbook is readily available at www.campbell-lewis.com.
To rejoice Fred’s daily life, faith, and generosity, donations can be created to the Local community Meals Pantry, Mary Montgomery Hospice, and St. Peter Church, in care of Campbell-Lewis Funeral Property.