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Alva "Baby" Winkler Fryer
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Birth: Apr. 4, 1925
Death: Feb. 13, 2005

Alva "Baby" (Winkler) Fryer (Fairfield)

Mrs. Alva "Baby" Fryer passed away February 13, 2005 at the age of 79 in
Fairfield, Texas. She was born April 4, 1925 to Alvin T. Winkler and Alice Ione
Day Winkler in Fairfield, Texas. Visitaiton will be held 6-8pm Monday February
14, 2005 at Griffin-Roughton Funeral Home. Service will be 2:00pm Tuesday
February 15, 2005 at Round Prairie Baptist Church with Bro. Ed Ridge
officiating. Burial following at Fairfield cemetery. Pallbearers are J.L.
Phillips, Scott Holmes, Randy Mitchael, Tommy Miller, Wendon Morrison, Stanley
Gregory. Honorary Pallbearers are Hugh Fryer Jr. Erie Austin Winkler, Danial
Alvin Winkler, Bobby Childs, Davy Lynn Winkler.

Mrs. "Baby" Fryer was loved by all who knew her. She made it her life's work
serving others as a long time waitress, devoted wife, mother, grandmother and
mother in law. She always loved to help others; she never could do too much.
Her prize-winning cakes were high sellers at many of our county's charities and
fundraisers making her very well known and often loved. She was long time
supporter of her grandchildren's involvement in the Freestone County 4-H
program, for which she diligently cooked an Italian Cream cake to be auctioned
off each year at the annual awards banquet.

The doors to "Baby's house" were always open and everyone found that upon entry
they would find a pot of warm coffee, more conversation, and as much love as
one person could bestow on us. As children and grandchildren, we all enjoyed
many Sunday afternoon dinners at "Mimi's house". It could not be Sunday dinner
without fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, and homemade rolls. Mrs. Baby not
only enjoyed cooking for her family, but as many friends as well. She would
often call her closest friends on the telephone to ask them to come and get
something that she had cooked.

Her father gave her the nickname "Baby" and she showed many of us the reason
for that name by treating us with such sweetness and love. Mrs. Baby Fryer
meant many things to many people, but to the family, she touched each of us in
a very special way. She lived her life very unselfishly and with great humility,
making her the person that we all love and will deeply miss.

She was a member of VFW 5802 Ladies Auxillary. She worked in Restuarants in
Faifield mainly for the Daniels Family.

Survivors are sons John and Cindy Fryer, Sid and Molly Fryer, brother Clayton
Sewell Winkler and wife Nell of Killeen, sisters Clara Marie Childs and husband
Aubrey of Fairfield, Verna Mae Collier and husband Leroy of Odessa, grandsons
Clint and Kristan Fryer, Clark Fryer of Fairfield, granddaughters Niki and Jon
Edwards of Waco, Natalie and Mike Mabry of Fairfield, great grandchildren
Kolton Mabry, Joshua Edwards,Caden Fryer, Abby Grace Edwards, numerous nieces
and nephews, four sister in law, three brother in law.

She is preceded in death by husband Jim S. Fryer February 9, 1994, parents and
brother Alvin T. Winkler Jr.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Alvin Thomas Winkler (1903 - 1965)
  Alice Ione Day Winkler (1905 - 1938)
 
 Spouse:
  Jim Sneed Fryer (1918 - 1994)*
 
 Sibling:
  Alva Winkler Fryer (1925 - 2005)
  Alvin Thomas Winkler (1931 - 1991)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: w/o Jim S. Fryer: Dau of Alvin and Alice Winkler
 
Burial:
Fairfield Cemetery
Fairfield
Freestone County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Harold N. Womble
Record added: Nov 09, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16563388
Alva Baby <i>Winkler</i> Fryer
Added by: Billie Bournias
 
Alva Baby <i>Winkler</i> Fryer
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Added by: Harold N. Womble
 
 
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I can honestly say she was the best Mother-in-Law any girl could have. She is so so missed.
- Molly Fryer
 Added: Jun. 4, 2010
Baby was a wonderful cook!
- Millicent McLeod
 Added: Jun. 3, 2010

- Billie Bournias
 Added: May. 30, 2010
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