Frederick Rose

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Guest Book

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Big Brother !
I still can't come to grips with the fact that I have lost you. I have known you all my life. We played baseball together. We went to the MN. State Fair together. We ate 13 corn dogs each at the fair one year! Had great times at the lake cabin I don't know how many weekends.
The ones you left behind will always love and and miss you , and you'll always be my big brother. Gods love, brother Tom.

Fred was one of the kindest men I've known. It was always a pleasure to spend time with him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Dear Marcia, Jeff, Steve, and Brian,

We are sorry for your loss.

Azra and rami

I was one of the fortunate umpires to learn some of the ropes from Fred - a man who on the field always enjoyed the game, the work, the sport, and the people around him. He was a great asset to baseball and I, for one, will miss him greatly! Fred, if you can hear me in heaven - "Call em as you see em!"


Been thinking of you all these months with much compassion and concern. We will be out of town for the service for Fred but please know that you and your family are in my heart.

I know you will be surrounded by love and the grace of God, but it just is so hard to say goodbye to those we love, cherish and are such a huge part of our lives. May all the love and memories keep Fred close in YOUR heart forever. With much sadness but lots of love....Take care and...

Fred and Marcia at the Joy Circle Xmas party, 2011

Dearest Marcia,

I'm glad I was able to alert you to all the heartfelt messages on your guest book. I hope this brings you smiles and you become ever more aware of the many out there whose lives were touched by Fred and want to extend their sympathies to you and your family. You're ever in my heart.

Dear Brian, Marcia, Steve, and Jeff:

I'm thinking of you all during this time and continue to keep you in my prayers. Fred was always so kind to me and I am fondly remembering all of my wonderful times at your home and at your cabin with him. I'm so sorry for your loss.

Sorry for the loss, your Family is in our Prayers.

Dear Marcia, Brian, and family -- You're all in our thoughts and prayers. Fred will be missed. I'll remember him up at your wonderful cabin enjoying the lake, your cooking, and the outdoors.


Frederick's Obituary

Frederick Rose passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on June 10, 2012.