Wednesday, January 16th, 2013
Complete Obituary
Frederick Wuebker
  Frederick E. Wuebker, 79, died peacefully Dec. 31, 2012, at his home in Delran, N.J.
He was born Oct. 9, 1934, in Cincinnati, to Edward and Josefa Gieske Wuebker and raised in Carthagena.
In 1955 he married Marilyn Jean Huber, who survives.
Other survivors are eight children, Catherine (Rudolph) Jones of Moorestown, N.J., Dr. Cynthia (Joseph) Delago of Moorestown, Christine Wuebker of Kent, Wash., Paul (Sibyl) Thomas of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., Therese (Frank) Beitz of Cherry Hill, N.J., Carolyn (John) Wuebker-Eller of Gloucester City, N.J., Julie Wuebker of Delran and Eric (Mara) Wuebker of Delran; 15 grandchildren; five stepgrandchildren; one great-granddaughter; five stepgreat-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and two brothers, Richard Wuebker of Versailles and Robert Wuebker of Westerville.
He graduated from Coldwater High School in 1952 and joined the Marine Corps., where he became a radar instructor. After leaving the Marines, he joined R.C.A., later to be Lockheed Martin, and was a key member of the team that developed the Navy's Aegis System. He also taught at Lincoln Technical Institute.
A memorial Mass was held Jan. 4 at The Church of The Holy Name Site of Resurrection Parish, Delran. Burial followed at St. Peter's Mausoleum, Riverside, N.J.
Memorials in Frank's name can be made to St. Vincent DePaul Society-Holy Name Church, Delran, N.J.
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