Pauline & family, I am so so sorry for your loss. I am sending you love, hugs & prayers. Joanne Farris
pauline fred and pete,so sorry to hear about fred sr. one tough man.a great example for all men to follow. serious about work,but fun to work with.he put our daughter on her first horse.now she has a career training horses.love you fred sr.
Pauline, Fred and Pete: I am sad to read that Fred Sr. is gone from this world. You know he is still with you in spirit and always will be, until you are reunited. I had to learn that in the most horrible way last year when Kim left me after a ferocious fight with cancer; and I'm still trying to find ways to turn my sadness into gratefulness for all the years we shared.
Fred, Fred, Fred -- what can I say. I have many great memories of Fred and you all. One especially wonderful favor Fred did was drive me and my 3-month old daughter for seven hours in order to introduce her to her father, and then all the way back home. Talk about a sweet, patient man. Kim was fussy, but I was a bigger pain to him on that trip I'm sure! I love you guys and will keep you close to my heart while you begin to heal. (Pauline, I think it's time to remove those jeans from the fireplace if they're still there!)
I am so sorry I am not able to join you at the service today. Love and peace to you all.
Pauline, Fred, and Pete - A big part of our trapshooting days were the special people we met. One of them was Fred. We will miss him. Great memories and laughs - a black boat-tail Riviera racing up on us (within inches) in the parking lot of Sacramento Trap Club and Fred jumping out wearing his Dr. Feelgood jacket, Fred almost throwing away his new Un-gun in Reno, Fred eating blue point oysters and loudly (really loudly) asking the waiter "do they scream when you put lemon juice on them?", and Fred handing me motor home keys before the Grand Pacific and saying "I parked this up there for you and your Dad and Brother to use next week".
Pauline, Pete, and Freddie - you were blessed with the best.
Karen and Russell Wong
Donald and Paula Leong
Donnie and Lisa Leong
I would like to extend my condolences to the family. Death is never something we get use to. But know during this time you are not alone. Our Creator promises better days ahead. He will give you the strength needed to get through this difficult time.
Pauline, Pete and Fred ,Jr,
How lucky you were to have had such a loving, kind, hilarious and hardworking father. I am so fortunate that you have made us feel part of your family all these years....your making us feel part of the fantastic barbecues, races and family occasions . They were so much fun and magical. I shall never forget how comfortable and close you made us feel. You demonstrated so much love and kindness to those around you...I've never known such hardworking people like you and Fred. You gave back so much to the community as well. I will never forget the awesome 4H county auctions that were so part of your lives and how fun you made them to watch with your bidding wars. There were so many people whose lives you have touched and changed for the better. I'm sorry the distance has kept us apart but there are many days that I start laughing or giggling thinking of things that Fred has said or done that I make me laugh. Pete and Fred jr are a testament to their father. Their genuineness and sincerity are definitely part of Fred's legacy. May his wonderful memories give you peace and comfort . With much love, Harry &Nora
Very sorry to hear the lost of a dear friend Fred.
words cannot express what a great guy he was and what he meant to so many.
from his great knowledge,advise and since of humor.
this man could always be counted on providing that shoulder to lean on.
I was lucky enough to know and work with this great man for many years day to day along with fishing with him at many tournaments.he was always there for a friend in need.
My condolences to the Jenson Family for their loss.
Pauline,Fred and Pete I will miss big Fred everyday..
Very sorry for the loss of Fred. I always enjoyed working with Fred on the same projects, as I now do with his sons. He was always a straight shooter and a man of his word, and I respected him for the man he was.
My condolences to the Jensen family...
Pauline and Sons. I will miss this guy. He was something special.
The entire Jensen family is in our thoughts and prayers with the passing of Big Fred. I enjoyed the days I got to spend in the boat with him and always looked forward to time spent with Fred. He was a special guy and a man that came from a tougher time.....
We are so sorry to hear of Fred's passing. My family will never forget the kindness he showed us during my father's illness. Fred was right there to help on a moment's notice and we will always be so grateful. Our condolences to the Jenson family.
Pauline, Fred Jr. and Pete,
As you know, Fred was instrumental in helping me get started as a builder developer. When I got my first job in the building industry , I was told that I could deal with all the subcontractors except the Framer. Conventional wisdom was that I wasn't experienced enough to deal with the street-wised veteran framing contractor and his partner Pauline. That advise soon proved to be unnecessary as Fred took me under his wing and provided me with the education that helped me establish myself in the industry. For that my family and I will forever be grateful!
It is ironic that Fred's services will be on the opening day of duck season. Besides being a good businessman, husband and father, he will also be remembered by all of us for his love of everything outdoors.
Linda, Erik, Laura and I wish you all strength as you deal with the loss of your husband and father.
I first met Fred as a young Building inspector.Fred was one of the better builders in the area and always greeted me with a smile and a handshake.Fred gave me the best compliment a Building inspector can get..." that I was tough but fair" . If I had a question about one of the projects , I could expect an honest answer from Fred or Fred jr, or Pete.It was a pleasure working with you Fred....God bless....Barry hutchens
Dear Pauline, Fred, Pete & Mike,
John and I are so sorry for your loss. Your husband/dad was such a caring man, and we always enjoyed his visits. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
John & Barbara Van Dyke
Pauline and Family, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of cousin Fred. He meant a great deal to my mom, Coral Mae, and to the rest of the family. He was such a fun loving man. So sorry
Pauline, Freddy, Pete, and family,
Fred, was always so wonderful to me and my bother.
You are all in my thoughts and heart!
In love and friendship always,
Marie Loya Gutman & Oscar Loya
I will miss you cousin. I treasure the memories of my childhood. Freddy and Pauline, the big black truck, all the pranks we pulled on each other. It was my hobby to be a pest. I know he is in heaven with Grandma.
My mom, Coral Mae, was raised with Fred and Charlotte. She told me the story of when they were kids and the windshield wiper on the old farm truck didn't work they had Fred move it back and forth manually so they could still drive. We send our love and prayers, Julie and Dave Hutchinson.
Patty and I are saddened to hear of Fred's passing. My Mom Irene loved Fred and always talked about the great times she had while working alongside him in Rocklin. A great man who raised great kids and had so many friends. He was loved by many. May the LORD bless and bring comfort to the family.
I looked up at you at Roseville Speedway when i was a child, i looked up to you in our time together and will now look up to you in Heaven. I love you Dad
With respect for all that he instilled in those whose paths crossed with his.
With respect for all he was to so many.
Sorry I will not be to the service as we will be out of town.
Fred will be missed by many. Fred gave me my first job as a carpenter in 1969.
So sorry to hear of Fred's death..he was a good friend and co-worker for many years in the construction industry. We will miss him.