Condolence: I was very sad to see Fred's empty chair. I got to know Fred in dialysis. He talked about his family, and hunting. It was a bonus to meet Erma, what a wonderful lady, I am fortunate just to know them both. Fred will be missed by all of us, on the early shift.
So saddened to learn of Fred's sudden passing. I still remember fondly my Dad and myself going to Fred's Deer Camp
mid-week during the Fall Deer Hunt to see how the gang was
making out. I still picture Fred standing in the door-way
with a big smile on his face, telling us to come on in and
set a while. Those were great memories that Dad and I will
always remember. Rest in Peace Fred, you will always be
remembered fondly. Bob & Virginia.
Condolence: Dear Irma, and family, we were very saddened to learn of Fred's passing. He was a great fellow, always a good laugh with Fred, be it Canadian Tire, T.S.C. or Timmies, or the hours that he spent with Slim in the old shop, where there were many things invented, and a lot of deer shot. He will be missed. Hold your memories in your hearts forever. R.I.P. Fred
Condolence: I am sad to hear of Fred's passing. I worked with him at RRC from time to time. He was great to be around lots of laughs and good advice. He was always a gentleman around the ladies.
He will live long in our memories. Sorry for your loss.