Frederick George
Frederick George "Freddie" DeVries

January 19, 1947 - February 6, 2020
Born in Bowling Green, Kentucky
Resided in Bowling Green, Kentucky


Frederick George “Freddie” DeVries, Jr., 73, of Bowling Green, KY entered into rest Thursday, February 6, 2020 at Hospice House of Southern Kentucky with his loving family at his bedside. Freddie was born January 19, 1947 in Bowling Green, KY. He was preceded in death by his parents Frederick George DeVries, Sr. and Virginia Hope (Posey) DeVries.
Freddie was a retired salesman for IBM and former owner of the Mahogany Mantle in Bowling Green. He was a member of the Baptist faith, veteran of U. S. Army, member of the Lambda Chi Alpha at Western Kentucky University and a member of the Senators Club. Fred will be remembered for his big heart, engaging personality, sense of humor and love for eating Boyce Burgers. He enjoyed being a farmer and spending time with friends and family, especially his grandchildren. He left indelible memories with all who knew him.
Survivors include his wife of 47 years Connie Jean DeVries, son Erick DeVries (Melissa), daughters Amy Woosley (Jamie) and Heather Maples (Ben). Sister Christine Sowders (David) and sister-in-law Carol Anglea (Ronnie). Six precious grandchildren Chase and Mason DeVries, Jamison and Carver Woosley, Jane Ava and Lydia Bea Maples. Nieces Michelle Baker (Jeff) and Crystal Morse (Jim).
Visitation will be Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm at J. C. Kirby and Son Lovers Lane Chapel. In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy may be made to Hospice of Southern Kentucky.




J. C. Kirby and Son Lovers Lane Chapel
820 Lovers Lane
Bowling Green, KY 42103
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Hospice House, Hospice SoKY
5872 Scottsville Road
Bowling Green, KY USA 42104
Our mission is to enable persons to live in peace and with dignity in a caring environment during the final stages of life by offering care and comfort both to them and to those with whom they share their lives. We develop and provide individualized programs of care and supportive services during dying, death and bereavement that enhance quality of life by adressing physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs.