Charles-Frederick-Obituary

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Charles "Charlie" Frederick

San Mateo, California

May 11, 1945 – Jan 31, 2020 (Age 74)

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BORN
May 11, 1945
DIED
January 31, 2020
AGE
74
LOCATION
San Mateo, California

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Crosby-N. Gray & Co. - FD-96 Obituary

Charlie Frederick, owner of C F Electric of San Mateo, CA was a force of nature. Quick with a smile, happy to help, practical to a fault, Charlie truly enjoyed people, live music and problem solving. As early as junior high he was technically adept, repairing TVs for his neighbors for cash. In...

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Charlie helped us out several times. He was a man You could trust to get things done right! He seemed to be always very busy and full of energy. I will miss him. My condolences to his family and good friends.

Rest in Peace , Charlie. It was a joy to have known you. Your kindness and laugh will never be forgotten.

Lisa E

My Dear Charlie. The best man I have ever known. There aren't words to describe the hole he left in so many hearts. You will never be forgotten.

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Charlie is one of a kind. We met in the solar class at CSM where his charm, character and humor quickly infected me and others around him. It was very clear that Charlie cared deeply about the quality of his work and the safety of those working with him. I am sure many jr. electricians learned under his direction and experience through the years.

--- When some of us went to the Oakland solar training for Grid Alt., Charlie rented a vehicle to carpool and paid extra for an...

Charlie Frederick -- a loving, giving, talented, smart and able, musical man who did so much with his life, most of which was for the benefit of others. It's an understatement to say that Charlie will be missed, and he will be remembered with love by hundreds of people. R.I.P., dearest Charlie ...

God Bless Charlie. He was one of my most favorite patients who took loved to be in control with his care.
Charlie would not accept his brain was faster than him. He was always trying to keep up with himself. He so loved his wife Heather of whom he talked so kindly of. He bragged about all his Grandchildren too. It was a pleasure to know and take care of Charlie. He won't be forgotten.