Weeder M. Frieson

Born: Wed., Sep. 30, 1925
Died: Tue., Jul. 27, 2010

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Mrs. Weeder M. Frieson, 84, of Fairmont died Tuesday afternoon July 27, 2010 at Fairmont General Hospital. Mrs. Frieson was born on September 30, 1925 in Monroeville, AL daughter of the late James W. and Mary A. DuBose Hersey.In 1943, Mrs. Frieson moved from Birmingham, AL to Fairmont to attend beauty school. She later married the late Thomas Edward Frieson of Fairmont on December 25, 1949, and to this union, two sons were born. Mrs. Frieson worked for nearly 50 years in Fairmont and Morgantown as a beautician.Mrs. Frieson is survived by her two sons, Erick Kevin Frieson of Morgantown and Ruben Larry Frieson of Albuquerque, NM and four sisters, Mattie B. Smith and Edythe J. Hunter both of Birmingham, AL and Ethel L. Hersey and Ann M. Mullins, both of Silver Springs, MD and one Godson Morris Morrison of Lake Norman, NC and several nieces and nephews and cousins.Mrs. Frieson was preceded in death by her husband Thomas Edward Frieson who perished in the Christopher Coal Company #7 mine disaster in 1961, and four brothers and four sisters.Friends may call at the Ross Funeral Home 801 Fairmont Avenue Fairmont on Tuesday from 6-8:00 P.M. Funeral services will be at 11:00 A.M. Wednesday August 4, 2010 at the funeral home with Rev. Melvin Ringer officiating. Mrs. Frieson will be laid to rest at Highland Memorial Gardens in Bessemer, AL.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.rossfh.com.

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Chris E Merchant Dorsey

Mrs. Frieson was a wonderful woman that our family loved and respected very much. She made a difference in lives of a lot of people. May our prayers and God"s love be with the Frieson family.



Tim Wiltshire
   Posted Wed July 02, 2014
Well, this is really late. I saw Kevin right after his mom passed away and he told me. She was such a nice, down-to-earth person, just OLD SCHOOL. I got to know her a bit but felt like she was my own auntie. RIP Mrs. Frieson.