I will always have beautiful memories of driving 12 long hours from Michigan to visit you. We would arrive from Michigan to find you peering through your back, family room window in eager anticipation for our revival. Upon arriving we would walk to your front door where we were then greeted by a musical doorbell. The door would open and you and granny were always "all-smiles" and hugs. We were smothered with oohs and ahhs to how much we had grown since our last visit. Often there would be a flow of tears for our annual, joyous reunion.
I also have beautiful memories of walking down the wedding isle, to meet my groom, and being serenaded by your beautiful violin music. You were such a gifted musician. God blessed you with a happy spirit that always possessed much love for your family.
You will be forever loved and missed. I am thankful that we will, one day, be reunited in heaven. Until our meeting....enjoy your time with Granny in the beautiful presence of all the angels. I picture you and Granny at the feet of Jesus....gazing into His beautiful face and worshipping."
– Sara Dakoske and family, Grand daughter,
Rockford, MI, Feb 02, 2013
""Dear Uncle Fred We love so much, you and Aunt Eleanor were always loving and fun to be with we'll always remember the games we played in the basement of the old house .What great times we all had ."
– Cathy Golden, Niece, and your flower girl,
Hackettstown , NJ, Feb 01, 2013
"Tammy, so sorry for your loss. You have your memories and they will always comfort you until you meet again. Love Lynda Dacenzo"
– Lynda Dacenzo, Friend,
FAIRLESS HILLS, PA, Jan 31, 2013
"Fred will be missed by all who knew him"
– Walter Boutwell, classmate,
Montgomery, AL, Jan 29, 2013
"Dear Fred, Erich, Ken and Tammy,
Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this sad time. I have always loved your mom and dad dearly and will remember them for the laughter and joy they so freely shared. I hope that with each passing day, your sorrow is replaced by the memories you hold most dear. Uncle Fred is in a much better place now with your mom and so many other that have gone before him. With much love, Beth."
– Beth Molnar, Niece,
Fair Hill, MD, Jan 26, 2013
"Uncle Fred as I always called you.....my heart breaks but I know you are in a better place. So many memories and good times we had as families growing. I love you always....Kathy Farrell Stuber"
– Kathy Stuber, family friends,
Media, PA, Jan 25, 2013