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July 18, 2018

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November 14, 2016
Condolences. Being from Oklahoma where we get our honey from freshly cut wood chips, Fred was a cut from the backwoods of the Finger Lakes. He epitomized the characteristics of an Upstater. A rugged tree-hugging union man, who loved to needle institutions and the politically insane. I rarely saw him without a cap and boots. He seemed to always be ready and gamed for an outdoor adventure. How many times do you see a reporter lace up boots, collect his skies on the press dock and cross-country to an assignment? He loved The Glen. He was cleverly comical with quips and insights. Just a good fellow to a kid starting out where Frank Gannett cut his teeth on journalism. Heaven has another homespun writer ready to offer wit and sensibility to that perfect place. Cheers -30-
October 25, 2016
Fred was a sweet, big-hearted man -- generous, loyal and and a dear dear friend to so many. His wonderful obituary tells so much about his rich life. He is missed.
October 24, 2016
October 23, 2016
The blending of the high schools into East High was a trying time at times. You could always have a laugh in talking with Fred. Seeing him at the reunions it was nice to see that he hadn't changed in his outlook or sense of humor. We will miss him.
Charlie Barker EHS '64