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February 25, 2020

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February 25, 2020
February 16, 2020
I knew Fred when we were teens, we were boyfriend, girlfriend for a min. I cant believe we lived in the same town and never ran into each other. RIP Fred. Barbara Klager Wright.
February 13, 2020
We really didn't get the chance to know him, but wish we could have. I do know he has a beautiful and loving daughter who we are proud to call our daughter-n-law. I hope and pray that he will be watching over her and my son as they continue their life together. We all wish he could have been here a little while longer for the birth of his grandchild. My he Rest In Peace. Our deepest sympathy to all his family members and their families.
February 13, 2020
Our 45 year friendship was too short, Fred. You will be missed and remembered fondly. I am confident you will continue to adore Haley and her family from above. The boys and I will do our best to keep you entertained with our antics. . . preferrably the stitches will be in laughter vs the ER! Love you brother.
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