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Harold William Frades

March 29, 1942March 27, 2021

Harold William Frades was born on March 29, 1942 and passed away on March 27, 2021 and is under the care of FitzHenry’s Funeral Home.

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Mihaii Suguitan- Reef

April 11, 2021

You will always be remember. I will see you in heaven.

Lynnetta Castle

April 9, 2021

I was very saddened to hear of Uncle Billy’s passing. His bright, humorous spirit will be missed. As a kid, we enjoyed seeing Uncle Billy...He always had a funny story to tell.
He was a lot like his father, Harold Frades (my Grandfather) in that way.

When my own father passed away, Billy helped my Mom and our family several times with guidance and advice. It was very much appreciated at such a hard time in our lives.

One of my best memories is the summer after my Dad passed away. Billy and Pam, along with Kaitlyn took me to San Francisco for the day. We went shopping in Union Square and walked around Pier 39...watching the street performers and even participating in a performance and had lunch in North Beach. I truly had a wonderful time that day and it lifted my spirits during a very dark time in my life. It left me with a wonderful memory that I will always remember fondly.

May he Rest In Peace. Hugs and love to Pam and family. ❤️

Tanisha Castle

April 9, 2021

I was so sad to hear this horrible news. I have always had such fond memories of my Uncle Billy. He was always so friendly, kind, caring and funny.

My father passed away when I was 14, and he was there to help when we were in need. He even went with me to help me “negotiate” my very first car deal at age 16. I couldn’t have gotten a great deal without him! His expertise with car sales, as well as his desire to truly help me, sealed the deal!

The memories of my childhood... Thanksgivings and family gatherings (especially Christmas Eve’s at his parents’ house) are etched in my mind. Always memorable. With photos to prove it.

I remember, even from childhood, that he always loved to entertain and cook for family, and we were always excited to go see Uncle Billy and Aunt Pam. And also to see where they were living, or what he was doing next. I imagine there was never a dull moment. Which lead to an amazing life!

My love and thoughts are with you all. Praying for peace and comfort... 😔💔

SANDY SEIFERT-RAFFELSON

April 3, 2021

We are so sorry for the Loss of Billy. My parents and Billy grow up together and were the best of friends and cousins in their early 1st marriage lives... Motorcycle trips together, bowling together, working together in Tracey, Sunday trips to See’s Candy and much more wonderful memories. I was lucky to have him around while I was a kid and I was blessed to babysit his 2nd family, Kirsten and Tyler as they grew up. We were actually double related with my Grandfather and his Mother were siblings and my grandma and his dad were cousins. He will be dearly missed by all!
Love, Phyllis Fromm(Nuding), Sandy Seifert-Raffelson and Stace; and Jerry Seifert.