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January 22, 2019

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January 13, 2019
Barbara and family, I am SO sorry to hear of Fred's passing. I knew him, and you, Barb, of course through Ron and would always hear of their friendship and escapades in high school, and about their brief time together in the Marine Corps. Were he here, I know Ron would want me to express his condolences as well.

Judy Geyer
January 10, 2019
Sorry to hear of Fred's passing. WE were just talking about him last night with Denny OconnorHe was a great high school friend. BEst wishes to Barb and family. Howard Becker
January 10, 2019
To Fred's family I send my condolences. I remember Fred from Central days and can honestly say that I never remember him not smiling. Just a real nice guy to have known.
January 10, 2019
To the entire LaMaire family, we offer our sympathy from friends of Kent County Emergency Services, and especially from those who knew the family in those younger days of Congress School and Central High.
Warren Hecker - Grand Rapids