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January 19, 2014
My grandmother Helen Parnell was Fred's sister... Uncle Fred had a big heart for family and will be greatly missed.
January 19, 2014
Freddie was like a second father to me. We lived across the street from Fred, Mary, Linda and Franky since 1959 and had many good times playing and being best friends with Linda. God bless all the family, and for all the wonderful memories growing up. Big hug for Mary!!
January 16, 2014
I have wonderful memories of visits and stays at uncle Fred's and aunt Marian's. I am so grateful to have spent those times with them. I also really enjoyed corresponding with uncle Fred through email and will miss him dearly. It's hard to believe and very sad that that generation of Baldinos are gone now. My deepest sympathies to the whole family. Love from, Lisa(Tony's granddaughter)
January 11, 2014
Uncle Fred was a wonderful man. A devoted and loving husband and father. He was the last of his 12 siblings to pass and I think fondly of all of our departed parents and aunts and uncles. May they all rest in peace.
December 29, 2013
My uncle Fred. They didn't get any better. I was closer to him than any other extended family member. When I watched Koufax and Drysdale in the early 60s it was my uncle Fred who was sitting next to me and had taken me to the game. It was my uncle Fred who slid me my first beer. I've lost not only an uncle but a friend. He was an everyman philosopher, humorist, war hero, and consumer of life. The earth is a little more hollow without his presence.

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