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Frederick Earl WADLEY
Boza & Roel Funeral Home
4730 North Armenia Avenue
Tampa, FL
WADLEY, Frederick Earl

89, passed away peacefully, Saturday, November 18, 2017. He is survived by Marilyn, his beloved wife of 52 years; sister-in-law, Millicent Fallon and companion John Mobley; brother-in-law, Douglas Clinton Young (Judy); four nieces; many great-nieces and nephews; extended family and friends. Earl was born in Tampa, November 24, 1927, to the late Frederick and Bernice Terrell Wadley. Earl lived here in Tampa all his life. He graduated from Jefferson High School and was a very proud graduate of the University of Florida and remained a Gator Fan for the rest of his life. He excelled as a mathematics teacher in the Hillsborough County Public School System and was on the staff for the opening of the new Robinson High School. Earl retired after 39 years of teaching. Earl enjoyed watching UF Football and UF Basketball, playing chess, reading, listening to opera, and taking care of his 'cat family.' He was an intelligent man and was an authority of war truths, especially the Civil War. His favorite TV reruns to watch were "Law and Order" and "Monk". A Memorial Service will be held for Earl, 11 a.m, Saturday, December 16, at Boza and Roel Funeral Home, 4730 N. Armenia Ave., Tampa, FL 33603. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Humane Society of Tampa or to any animal charitable organization of your choice.
Published by Tampa Bay Times on Dec. 3, 2017.
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Even though I didn't know Earl well, he was always kind nice person. He, I learned from his wife a good friend, a very extraordinary individual with his knowledge of many events in our country's history. and a was the husband of a good friend of mine. He loved teaching and opera and was so inquisitive. He will be greatly missed by all.
Shelia Hensley
December 12, 2017
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