Fred Calvin Ferguson

 

Fred Calvin Ferguson
Fred Calvin Ferguson

Fred Calvin Ferguson, 72, of Amarillo, TX passed away on July 22, 2021.

A Celebration of Life will be come and go on Sunday, September 12, 2021, from 2:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. For more details please email, jerrymud11@yahoo.com.

Fred was born in Watonga, OK on June 29, 1949, to Punck (Vader) and Vera Ferguson. He grew up in Amarillo, TX, and graduated from Tascosa High School in 1967.

Fred recently retired from AIG and immediately started swinging those golf clubs. Fred loved all outdoor activities: boating, fishing, hunting, golfing, and the many, many friends those involved.

Fred was always ready to lend a hand, be a problem solver, or just chat it up with all of his friends. He will be greatly missed.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Punck (Vader) and Vera Ferguson.

6 Replies to “Fred Calvin Ferguson”

  1. Fred lived a modest and simple life all in Amarillo- it wasn’t about a golf score or how many fish he caught or even how many birds he killed- no his biggest joy came from being with his Friend’s!! Once again he’s with his Mom an Dad where it all started!! Thanks for being my friend!! RIP

  2. May the love and mercy of our Lord be upon you and your family during these challenging times. There are times when there are too few words left to heal us, when all we have left is the hope that tomorrow will be a more gentle place to land than today. I will always have fond memories of Fred while working at AIG. As the sun dawns, we hope it is filled with the promises of a brighter tomorrow.
    Goodbyes are not forever.
    Moments in time are brief, until we meet again. Rest in eternal peace. Fred, will truly be missed by all.

  3. My condolences to his friends and family for your loss. He was an amazing man not to mention a fun person to work with. May the Lord help you all to find comfort and healing.

  4. I knew Fred for 60 years and he was a really nice guy. My deepest condolences go out to the family. There are no words for such an unimaginable loss.

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