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Alfreida E. "Freida" (Lickfield) Pascht Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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July 21, 2018

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March 1, 2017
Aunt Freida yours painfull suffering is gone and now in peace with joy of being pain free. You told me you miss Uncle Freddie and my parents Ray and Ronnie Crowthers. You died on a day after your closed dear friend Ronnie's 21st anniversary with Jesus. Now you are up there celebrating your new life with yours loved ones and Jesus. I have fond memories of your Sicklerville farm, Freida and Fred Garden Center and the holly farm. Your store Christmas shop brought joy and happiness with giving us imaginations of holiday celebration. Forever in our hearts and memories til we meet again.
February 28, 2017
Freida, you were such a bright light even tho you had so much to deal with. Our December visit still warms my heart
February 28, 2017
February 25, 2017
So sorry to hear about Aunt Frieda's passing. I have fond memories of visiting with Aunt Frieda and Uncle Freddie when I was a little girl. We always had a wonderful time at their house. I especially enjoyed picking strawberries at the farm. I think I ate more strawberries than I put in the basket to bring home. May be that why I still love strawberries to this day. Aunt Frieda will be dearly missed.
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