Frederick C. CARNER

Cheektowaga, New York

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Mitch, Scott, & Family,

It is with great sadness that this note is written. Freddie positively impacted so many people, including many of us from Local #10.

A legacy that his family can reflect on with great pride.

Wishing you all continued success, strength, and peace at this time.

Think of all the wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Dear Mary,
My deepest sympathy to you and your family during this sad and sorrowful time. Your loving memories will help you through the toughest times as they have helped me with my grief. With my sincerest sympathy,

Freddie was an old school, AFL-CIO union lion who had my back on many occassions. I am proud to have known and served with him, in our "tour of duty" with the Buffalo AFL-CIO Council. We need more just like him!!!!!!!

You were a good guy Fred.

I love u soo much grandpa and i hope to live a happy full-filling life as you did!!! So sad to see you go but nice to know you and grandma are together again!!! I Cant wait to re-unite again some day love you both. And to my huge loving family may prayers be with us all love u ALL so much!! may u rest in peace grandpa love u so much!!

My deepest sympathies go out to the entire family. Uncle Freddie is now up there with rest of the great firemen, I sure hope they have some fun! Hope your memories bring you happiness during this time. Sending prayers and hugs!

Mitch and family, we are so sorry for your loss. We are sending prayers your way.

Seeing this brought back so many memories of livng on wasmuth street. So sorry to hear the sad news. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Joni (Cyman) Lukasik


Frederick's Obituary

Frederick CARNER passed away in Cheektowaga, New York. Funeral Home Services for Frederick are being provided by Barron-Miller Funeral Home, Inc.. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on February 10, 2013.