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June 28, 2014
Dad, I continue to miss you every single day. Iam forever wondering why?
January 27, 2014
Uncle Freddy, You are truly one of the GREAT ONES. This world was a better place with you in it. You always had that very gently way about you and of course your good sense
of humor. We have been very blessed to have you in our family. Hope you are now on to more beautiful and peaceful pastors filled with lots of your 4 legged buddies that are waiting for you at the Rainbow Bridge. Will miss you dearly, love Katie
January 22, 2014
Such a great great Uncle - so happy we stayed in touch - my Mother truly loved
all 3 of her brothers!

Karen/Owings, MD
January 15, 2014
Dear Uncle Freddy.
It was great living out by. It was like having a chance to be around my dad again. Thanks. We will miss you terribly. Especially Aubree.
Love Dave, Sue Tim and Aubree
January 14, 2014
Dear Uncle Freddy,
Back in the 50's when I was growing up you were the Uncle that everyone wanted to have. I'll always remember you teaching me how to shoot a 22 rifle in the basement on 16th street as Pop yelled downstairs "don't shoot the boiler". We used your home made dumb bells for years, two lead filled cans stuck on the ends of a pipe.
I miss you dearly.

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