Frederick L. “Freddie” Peacock
November 28, 1945
December 4, 2017
Frederick L. “Freddie” Peacock, 72, of Austin, Indiana, passed away on Monday, December 4, 2017 at his residence surrounded by his family. He was born on November 28, 1945 in Scottsburg, Indiana, the son of the late Herman Peacock and Olive (Cass) Peacock. Freddie was retired from Cummins Engine Incorporated in Columbus, Indiana in the Fuel Systems Plant, where he worked for 47 years. He had also worked as a technician for McDonnell Douglas in St. Louis, Missouri for about 2 years. Freddie was a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War and a member of Scottsburg Christian Fellowship in Scottsburg, Indiana. He was married on May 25, 1991 to Gwen K.Shireman. Freddie was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Emery Cass and Floyd Peacock and two sisters: Betty Needler and Beulah Walker. Survivors include his wife, Gwen Peacock; two daughters, Kimberly and husband Jessie McDuffie of Melbourne, Florida and Treasure and husband Robert Davis of Corydon, Indiana; four sons, Bradley and wife Hope Peacock, James Earl Mullins, Andrew Peacock and Cody Peacock all of Austin, Indiana; two brothers, Farris Peacock and Feldion Peacock both of New Salem, Indiana; four sisters, Bonnie Taylor of Austin, Indiana, Brenda Gividen of Scottsburg, Indiana, Belva Gardner and Bernice Mauck both of New Salem, Indiana; eight grandchildren, Abby and Sydney Peacock, Kendra Bye, Peggy Reeves, Lexi Mullins, Bella Morris, Atlanta and Ariel Combs and seven great grandchildren, Colton and Temperance Bye, Braxton Lillpop, Kirsten Hunt, Aryn, Kingston Reeves and Rebecca Reeves.
From: Amy Bradley
I have such fond memories of Freddy, camping, swimming and riding four wheelers. He was such a good person, I will cherish my memories of him. His family is in my thoughts and prayers.
From: Kathleen Hendricks
Our deepest sympathies to thePeacock family. From the daughters of Ruby Broyles: Earlene King, Kathleen Hendricks, Carolyn Watson, Evelyn Houser and Loretta Bobo. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
From: Ann Briddle
Sorry for your lost.My husband DONNIE drove a van to Cummins 2nd.shift for more than 20 years don't remember every one but he talked about FREDDY and he liked him and FARRIS
From: D King
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the family. During this difficult time, God is near to those that are broken at heart, and those who are crushed in spirit He saves. Psalms 34:18