FREDERICK C. MAIER
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MAIER, Frederick C. Born in Wellesley, MA, died of natural causes at home in Norwood on October 12, at age 89. Survived by daughters, Lisa (Michael, Ethan and Natalie) and Kim (Presley, Kate and Emily), as well as family members, Laurie Lauda (Mark, Meg, Kristen and Madison), and Michael Devine (Melissa, Haley and Derek). Predeceased by Margaret Simmons. Funeral Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Camp Belknap, Norwich University or The Trustees of Reservations. Gillooly Funeral Home

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Published in Boston Globe from Oct. 17 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 18, 2020
I am sad to hear of Fred's passing. His dad was my great uncle, as William D. Maier was my grandfather. I last saw Freddie, as we called him, at his father's memorial service, and we promised we would spend some time together. Sadly, I never found him again. I would love to connect with any Maiers who are interested. I am in the Boston area.
William (Biff) Maier
Family
October 18, 2020
I am saddened to hear of Fred's passing. He was a wonderful man and a good friend. Fred had a great sense of humor and we had many laughs and fun times with him and Peg.. He was a good guy, smart, wise, and caring.. He missed his Peg every day but has he used to say, "Peg left me with all her family and friends". He felt very lucky and blessed.. I will miss him.. Rest in peace.. Joan B
Joan Brady
Friend
October 17, 2020
Fred and I date back to 1949 when we entered Norwich University. Since then our families have enjoyed many memorable occasions. The most recent being 9/17/2020 over lunch at our home. His last words to us as he left for home were "I owe you and Mary lunch." We expected that to be soon. We will miss him and know he now rests in the loving arms father of our Heavenly father. Our prayers are lifted for his family as they grieve their loss. Amen
Harold & Mary Gilmore
Classmate
October 17, 2020
My sincerest condolences to the family of Fred Maier. Fred was my neighbor and friend. I appreciated his intelligence, honesty and sense of humor. He will be greatly missed.
Therese Greenfield
Neighbor
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