Vivalis Andrew “Val” Wolfe

Vivalis Andrew “Val” Wolfe

Marianna, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 8 Jun 2007 (aged 73)
Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland, USA
Burial Cremated, Other
Memorial ID 84789970 · View Source
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💗💗In Loving Memory Of Vivalis Wolfe Our Beloved Daddy 💗💗


Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a daddy.
Im so glad God blessed me with you as my daddy.
We miss and love you more then you will ever know.



💗 He married Nancy A. Fellows. 1/21/1967.
Children Melissa F. Wolfe Roach and husband Dennis P. sr.
Valerie C. Wolfe
Tom E. Wolfe
Tim S. Wolfe.
Grandchildren Dennis P. Roach jr.
Scott A. W. Roach
Angel R. A. Roach.
Parents- Mary Haines Derr Wolfe and Charles Thomas Wolfe.
Sisters- Mary M. Osborne and husband Glenn
Rose M. Hamburg Keeny and 1st and 2nd husbands Pete and Roland
Baby Twin Sisters
Brothers- Charles A. Wolfe and wife Mary
Thomas E. (Gene) Wolfe and wife Virginia
Harold R. (Dick) Wolfe sr. and 1st and 2nd wives
and many nieces and nephews.
He was the son in law of Clair A. Fellows and Ruth A. Fellows.


💗 He was a hard worker. He worked at the Frederick canning factory,the Blue light cab stand as a dispatcher ,Klines paving as a flagman and Amoco gas station. He was a loving husband,father and grandfather. He also was very good playing the grab machine and winning stuffed animals. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He liked watching game shows and old movies. His favorite actor was John Wayne. I remember him telling us when he was a young man, he went in a bar to have a beer and in walked Roy Clark, the singer and co host of the tv show Hee Haw. Roy was doing a show at a place in town and back then famous people would go in places like that with everyone else. He sat next to daddy and talked with him a while. Daddy loved that and said Roy acted like a regular person and was a really nice guy. Daddy loved telling the stories about meeting him and several other country singers and actors to us. He enjoyed going to the Frederick Keys Baseball games and listening to the Baltimore Orioles games. He also liked country music. He was a loving and giving person even when he was young. When he was about 8 his father died when he got hit by a truck walking home from work. Val quit school when he was 14 to get a job and help his mother take care of his family. He was also a good friend to all he met. One of his favorite things to do in September was to go to the Great Frederick Fair with his best friend Melvin 'Zeke' Wachter and play bingo,eating and going to the tractorpulls and even was friends with one of the hell divers motorcycle stunt drivers. Later in life he accepted the Lord as his Savior and got saved. He passed away from c.o.p.d., congestive heart failure complicated by pneumonia. We miss and love him very much.










Its been seven years that you have been gone.
When I first heard the news, i wish they were wrong.
There was still so much that i wanted you to see,
like me graduating and passing my GED.
I miss being your sweetheart, and always bringing you your pop.
Even all the stuffed animals from the claw machine that you never dropped.
You loved John Wayne and i liked to sit and watch.
You even shared your mini sausage sandwiches with me, and boy they hit the spot!
I miss you now more then I ever have, I am so blessed to have had you for my grand-dad.
I love you so much and you always made me happy, you will always be in my heart My Pappy.

Wrote and copywrited by Angel Roach- Granddaughter- June 7, 2014


💗In Loving Memory

Vivalis Andrew Wolfe
Born June 27, 1933 - June 8, 2007

It has been six years since you left this earth.
For upon this day of your birth,
Today you would have been eighty years old.
But all we have left is your memories to hold.

Thus many men have walked here through the ages,
Memories of them in books and on pages.
We've read of their battles and conquests thru the years,
But of this man only loved ones and friends have ears.

For thus when this man was a young lad,
His father died and he quit school to become the "dad".
Working long and hard all his life,
Making many friends and taking a wife.

Four children he did raise,
Though getting very little praise.
I know a perfect man he was not,
But a man we do not want forgot.

The shows he watched, His favorite being John Wayne.
The games he played, the claw/crane.
Though he didn't fight at the "Alamo".
Dad, you will always be my HERO!

Written and copywrited by Valerie (Crissie) Wolfe - youngest daughter, June 27, 2013


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💗Thank you to Anonymous for sponsoring my daddy.

💗Thank you to
for the picture of dad with the frame.

💗Thank you to my sister Valerie (Crissie) for the photo of our daddy with the heart around it.

💗Thank you to With All My Love ,
Sweet Memories~Sue Harbin and Country Girl Marie
for the pretty tokens they have made for our beloved Daddy.

💗Special Thank you to Osiris for the pretty anniversary token for my Daddy

Copyright © 2012 by Melissa Roach: All personal materials, images, and data contained herein are not to be copied or down loaded for commercial purposes of duplication, distribution, or publishing without the express written permission of the owner. Information contained on this memorial is provided free for the purpose of aiding individuals doing genealogical research and to preserve family history.

💗 My friends have permission to do photo tokens or photo frames.

💗 His Beloved Parent In Laws
Clair A. Fellows and Ruth A. Fellows

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