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December-25-17
Fred was the uncle of my first wife. I learned to know him 20 years ago. He was a brave man emigrating to Canada on a vessel with only little knowledge of the language. He worked hard in companies building up the oil production in the North of Canada. Later he regularly returned to East Germany to support his sister and her family. He was an outgoing character and met many people in his new hometown Edmonton as well as in his summer residence in Southern Spain. After retirement every year he stayed 6 months in Edmonton and 6 months in Europe. Fearless he travelled and lived on both sides of the Atlantic. His life was full of many tough experiences like working hard on his fathers farm as a boy, fighting in World War II against the Russians with only 16 years, and then working in the Canadian wilderness for 40 years. He therefore could tell many interesting stories and my children liked to listen to him every time he visited Berlin. May his stories continue to live in the conversations of his relatives and friends. I did not have the chance to say Goodbye to him in person and therefore I write these lines here. My family and me will always remember you as the tough but generous uncle from Canada. Rest in piece. Markus
October-18-17
Remembering Fred any contact information of relatives Please Contact Gord Evers
Millwrights Union 7807332163

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