AVIS DE DÉCÈS
26 octobre , 1927 – 30 novembre , 2019
Frederick Fruehan, 92, Altamonte Springs, Florida, was called to his heavenly home on November 30, 2019. He was born October 26, 1927 in Scranton, Pennsylvania to Frederick and Caroline Fruehan. He retired from the US Postal Service after 37 years. Frederick graduated from Johnson Trade School in 1945. He served in the U.S. Army. He enjoyed RVing while touring the United States; writing, yardwork, and spending time with his daughters. Frederick was a long time member of Calvary Assembly. He loved his Lord and Savior, his family, and his country. He was preceded in death by Elsie, his wife of 25 years and his second wife, Margaret of 31 years.
Frederick is survived by his twin daughters Gail Lynn Scott (Glenn) and Lynn Gail Hauser (Ted); his sister, Pearl Steele; grandchildren Galen Scott, Garrett Scott Glenda Allen, Christina Thompson, and 9 great grandchildren.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs. In lieu of flowers, the family invites you to consider a donation to Samaritan’s Purse in his memory.
- Frederick is survived by his twin daughters Gail Lynn Scott (Glenn) and Lynn Gail Hauser (Ted); his sister, Pearl Steele; grandchildren Galen Scott, Garrett Scott Glenda Allen, Christina Thompson, and 9 great grandchildren.
- Visitation samedi, 7 décembre , 2019
- Remembrance Service samedi, 7 décembre , 2019
- Graveside Committal with Army Honors dimanche, 8 décembre , 2019
3 janvier , 2020
Mr. Fruehan was my perfect insurance client. I handled his personal insurance for over 12 years. He was such a lovable and friendly person. I will definitely miss him. He is in a good place with the lord. Please watch over me.. You will never be forgotten.
5 décembre , 2019
I first met Fred at West Town Corner Panera. Every day he sat at the corner high top table. Our daily good mornings turned into morning chats and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to his stories. We eventually discovered he knew and lived across the street from a dear friend of mine who passed away many years ago. I would also bump into him at the local big box stores near the Panera and we would chat for up to an hour or longer each time. Fred was such a wonderful and kind person and I feel blessed to have met him. Rest in peace, Fred. You will be deeply missed.