A wonderful man. As a teenager I worked for Mr. Fitzgerald at Misserts.
A couple of years ago, with Mrs. Smith's urging, he shared a story about a specific WWII situation where he encoungered German soldiers during a battle. I have told it a number of times
I will leave this story to his family.
Francine, family and Betty - So sorry to hear about my favorite Uncle Fitz. Wish I could be there with you to honor his life and say good-bye. He will be remembered for his laughter and joy for living. Much love and many blessing to you all.
I worked at Parkview Rise and had the pleasure of knowing Fitz for five years. He was a kind-hearted man who I respected tremendously. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.
Condolences to the family of Francis "Fitz" Fitzgerald .. Meet him 41 years ago working at AJ Misserts and remainded friends. Also loved my jokes and my music. and recently at a wedding this summer and played a song for him at the wedding.. Prayers and thoughts to the family.
Frannie & Family, One of the things I will remember about your Dad was his smile, he was always smiling, he definitely made people feel good when they were around him. Then there was the dancing; I could always count on having at least one dance with a very dashing man whenever we were both at the same party or wedding. Memories are a wonderful thing. With Sincere Sympathy. Love, Bonnie & Jim