Sep 1, 1952 – Sep 9, 2019 (Age 67)


age 67, husband of Beth (nee Henningsen); proud father of Sean (Mary) of Chicago, Jenna Fabian (Eric) of Alaska, and Molly MacEachern (Tom) of Detroit; grandfather of Jaxson, Rylee, and Colin; brother of Lynn Farren (Rev. Paul); son of Marilyn and the late Fred; son-in-law of Martha Ann and...

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RIP ,God bless

sending my prayers to the mcleod family, praying for God to keep you in his loving care.
God 's blessings to you all.
so sorry for you loss.

My condolences to the family. My the memories, bring comfort to the family, during these difficult times.

My Condolences to Beth and the entire McLeod family. I am a Cavs season ticket holder and would see Fred and his lovely wife around the arena always to friendly. You will be missed. A Cavs Fan

When I was picked to be the weekend intern at WDIV back in 1992, I didn;t know what to expect. Turns out, it was one of the best experiences of my life. I learned more that one summer from working with Fred than the four years I spent in college. I consider myself lucky that I was then able to work with him on a regular basis at WDIV, especially on Sports Final Edition. The passion he had for that show was second to none, and that passion has been with me ever since. I consider myself...

My condolences to you, Beth, and the entire McLeod family. I was a fan of Fred's long before I had the pleasure of meeting him personally. I admired his professionalism on the air and his kind, gracious manner one-on-one. I'm very sorry for your loss.

My thoughts and prayers to the McLeod family. Mr. McLoed made watching the Cavs. so entertaining. I watched him for so many season, it's going to be hard watching without him there.
It's almost like you knew him personally, just a radiant spirt emanated from him.
May you find comfort, in knowing he's in his room with the Lord.
God Bless


I am sorry to hear about your loss of Fred. I can't imagine the sadness you must be feeling. May the love around you help you through your loss.