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December 19, 2014

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June 22, 2014
Manong Fred, growing up in America was rather tough and cruel due to racism and discrimination especially in the '50's and 60's. But after meeting, learning and feeling pride in you as a Filipino-American, you gave me the inner strength and drive to be somebody--a true Christian soldier like yourself--fighting for justice and equality. Good Bye my dear friend.
June 20, 2014
I am so very saddened to only find out today while "surfing" on the internet about my beloved Uncle Fred. I wish to extend my deepest sorrow and condolences to the family of Uncle Fred, especially to Auntie Dorothy and his entire family. I am certain that Uncle Fred now sits at the right hand of God watching over all of us.

I was recently released from federal prison last april 21, 2014 after serving 3 years for helping distraught and hapless homeowners to save their homes from fraudulent foreclosures, trustee's sale and imminent evictions by unscrupulous mortgage lenders and greedy money changers. Uncle Fred taught me to fight for what you believe in, and be prepared to sometimes pay a severe price like prison time or worse.

As a former student activist and ethnic studies organizer at San Francisto State University circa 1967. Uncle Fred was my hero and inspiration of what a minority in America can accomplish and achieve. While being arrested and clubbed by the Tact Squad at San Fran. State in demonstrating against racism and to recruit more minorities to enter college, Uncle Fred kept us believing and hoping to secure our share of America, America Me Too!! Uncle Fred with his fierce pride as a Filipino-American, strong belief in God, and love of family and people in general, is still and will always be our hero. I have known Uncle Fred since I married one of his drill team members (Ethel Dayonot) back in 1069, and have always emulated his drive, integrity, and pride as a Filipino-American. Growing up in America in the 50's and 60's was quite traumatic and troubling when there were only 4 Filipinos in the whole school. but then I was fortunate enough to meet, honor and learn from Uncle Fred. He made all the difference in this world for me.

Uncle Fred will be missed greatly, but he will never be forgotten........

Alex Soria
Proud Filipino-American
May 5, 2014
My deepest sympathies to the Cordova family in the loss of Mr. Fred Cordova. I attended school with Tita and Cecilia, and always remember the kindness, compassion and concern that Mr. Cordova showed to everyone who came into contact with him. He was truly a great human being and an example for generations to follow. His light and love will burn forever through the many lives he has touched.
April 17, 2014
I met Uncle Fred way back in 1997. We talked about baseball and sports, and Fil-Am athletes. He was one of the kind, and will be missed.
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