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March-30-14
My sincere condolences. I an happy that I had the opportunity to phone him last year to compliment him on his memoirs "Survival". I was deeply moved. God bless.
March-09-14
This is a very belated message from an old friend. I took Fred along for one of his early arctic trips (and my last of 12 seasons) in July 1965. We went to Ogac Lake, off the south coast of Frobisher Bay, where I collected plankton for research in a makeshift lab at Frobisher Airbase. He had boundless enthusiasm for his surroundings, and I savoured this again on later trips to Sable Island and during a few other chance meetings. I greatly enjoyed his company, and savour his written legacies. Ian McLaren, Halifax
January-23-14
I just heard of your loss. My sincere condolences to the family.

Ron Paluzzi (Camp Lewis/Voyageur)
January-19-14
Dear Maud,
The last time - also the first time - we met at your home for lunch, we were so moved by the warm and simple hospitality you showed us. For me, having known and admired Fred's writing and photography ever since the 1960s, I was struck by his humanity and wisdom, but also his toughness - an extraordinary man. The fact that beyond a shared love of photography in the Canadian Arctic, we have had the experience of living for the last two years in the land of his birth makes us feel a special link to Fred and his extraordinary life, the first part of which he so wonderfully described in his book "Survival".
We send you and your family our deepest sympathy.
John and Aleksandra Morrison
Riga, Latvia
December-26-13
My Grand Mother was a Bruemmer aus dem Hause Autzen in Latvia.
Peter von Sivers.

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