Frederick "Fred"-Cunningham-Obituary

Frederick "Fred" T. Cunningham

Collingswood, New Jersey

Jan 18, 1953 - Sep 20, 2012

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My sincere sympathy to you Joanne and your family . We are keeping you in our prayers .

Let me express both my personal condolences and those of the entire Casino Control Commission to the Cunningham family. While my contact with Fred was brief, he dealt with numerous people here at the commission for more than two decades. All of us knew him as a consummate professional, a man of dignity and integrity and a genuinely kind and considerate person. His passing is a loss not only to his family, but also to the gaming industry and the state of New Jersey.

I don't have the right words to adequately describe my sadness and my sympathy to Fred's family. I worked with Fred for a number of years and it was always a pleasure. May God's love shine upon the family as I'm sure it does on Fred.

I am fortunate to have worked with Fred since 2001 at Trump Plaza. I am so sad that we will no longer have Fred's wisdom and expertise to rely on. Mostly, though, it is his kindness, his sense of humor and laughter we will miss in our office. My condolences to his family for such a sudden loss. I pray that you find some comfort in knowing he was so admired by friends and co-workers.

I was so saddened to learn of Fred's death and my heart goes out to all of his family, friends and co-workers on this loss. I had a business relationship with Fred,mostly conducted by phone and email, but I always felt he was a kind and gentle soul. Clearly he will be missed by all who knew him. May his memory be for a blessing

I was saddened by the news of Freds passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Although, I have worked here 23 years,and knew of Mr.Cunningham,I did not have the pleasure to know him personally. I can say.......that, God only takes "the good and faithful ones, and although sorrow may come for a comes in the morning" Psalm 30:5. I am terribly sorry for your family loss and I personally can relate, as I lost 3 family members last year with months of each other. I could not understand, as may you, why these things happen, but know that God needed...

Fred will be greatly missed among his friends and co-workers at Plaza & the Taj. We were honored to have worked beside him and get to know his great work ethics and personality. My heart & prayers goes out to the family. You now have a wonderful angel looking over you. God bless.

I had the pleasure of working with Fred for 16 years. He was a man who was kind, funny and very low key; a real pleasure to be around. We will miss him greatly. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers.


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Age 59, of Haddon Heights, NJ passed away suddenly on September 20, 2012.Fred started working at Colonial Penn Claims where he met his beloved wife, Joanne. He attended night school at Rutgers Law while working full time and starting a family. Fred began as a trial attorney at Obermayer Rebmann...

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