Freda Smith Pyles Frey, 93, of Parkersburg, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, November 19, 2012 with her brother Tip by her side. She was born February 11, 1919 in Marietta, OH, daughter of the late Edward and Harriett Hufford Dye. She was a devout Christian, a Nazarene by faith, who's positive spirit, uplifting demeanor, and quick smile will always be cherished by the large extended family which she was the heart of. An active member of the First Church of Nazarene for over 50 years she served the Lord in song, as a Sunday School teacher, and member of the Missionary Society. She enjoyed a long retail career with JC Penney from where she retired as Associate Merchandiser in 1978. Her "can do" attitude also contributed to her early success as a Tupperware Sales Representative where she won numerous sales awards. During World War II she worked in an Ohio Aircraft Factory, as husband Sgt. Riker Smith spent nearly two years in a German POW camp. They later settled in Parkersburg and raised two children, Dianna and Steve. She is survived by one brother, Clarence E. "Tip" (Joan) Dye of Clarington, OH; three sisters, Shirley Lockhart of Parkersburg, Kay (John) Hedrich of Clearwater, FL, Carolyn Reiker of Centerville, IN; a special nephew whom she raised, Steven (Rachel) Swayne of Harlem, GA, many nieces and nephews and her late husband's extended family members who will all carry the many memories she helped to create. Also two special friends, Sybil Rogers and Sheila Ratliff, added joy later in Freda's life along with her dog Sassy. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her first husband, Riker K. Smith in 1985, second husband, Raymond N. Pyles, Sr. in 1996, last husband Morton Frey, Jr.; one daughter, Dianna Lynn Clayton; one brother Joseph E. Dye, sisters Ethel Duke and Marlene Hoover and two infant sisters and brothers. Services will be Saturday 3:00PM at the Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg with Pastor Keith Hostutler officiating. Burial will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday 1-3PM at Leavitt Funeral Home.