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Freddie "Fred" Mac Bellah

200 South Cedar Street

Seymour, TX 76380

Phone: (940) 888-3124

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Freddie "Fred" Mac Bellah

Freddie "Fred" Mac Bellah
February 28, 1947 - January 24, 2020

Freddie Mac Bellah was born February 28, 1947, in Graham, Texas to Luther B. Bellah, Jr. and Christine Sullivan Bellah. Both parents have preceded him in death, as well as his only brother, Jerry Wayne Bellah, and his beloved daughter, Stacey Lynette Bellah Anderson. He graduated high school in Paradise, Texas, where he met and married his wife of 55 years, Barbara Louise Bridges Bellah, on May 1, 1965. Over the years they shared homes in the Ft. Worth area, Woodson, Texas, and Seymour, Texas.

Fred could boast of three distinctly different careers – the first from 1965 to 1977, as a precision sheet metal machine operator and shop foreman, and from 1977-1998, he made his way as a farmer, rancher and oil producer. His crowning achievement was when he became a Licensed Vocational Nurse in 2000. He retired from nursing in 2010 to live the “good life”.

He is survived by his wife, Barbara of Seymour, Texas; his son, Wesley Bellah of Woodson, Texas, along with his wife, Tisha; their two sons, Kelby Bellah of Lawton, Oklahoma, and Kolton Bellah who along with his wife, Kellie, live in Throckmorton, Texas.
Also surviving are his daughter Stacey’s two sons, Logan Shuck and wife, Felicia, and their three children, Leeah, Andrew and Taylor, and Tyler Shuck and girlfriend, Dawn of Springfield, Missouri; son-in-law, W. Cody Anderson and wife, Laura of Wichita Falls; paternal uncle, Marvin Bellah of Graham, Texas; niece, Charlotte (Bellah) Morris and her family of Keller, Texas; and a multitude of cousins and a host of friends.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 P.M., Friday, February 28, 2020 at the First Baptist Church in Seymour, with Dr. David Warren, pastor, officiating. Services are under the direction of Seymour Memorial Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Seymour Hospital Auxilliary (Pink Ladies),or to the First Baptist Church Benevolence fund or Operation Child.