April 28, 1927 – January 4, 2019
Fred Hedrich Born: Liebling, Romania April 28, 1927 Died: Kouts, Indiana January 4, 2019
Dad died peacefully at home with some of his loved ones. He was preceded in death by his wife of 69 years, Maria Koller Hedrich. Beloved father of Maria Rink, Betty (Tom) Rogers, Fred Hedrich, Kathrine (Ron) Faulkner, Eric (Katie) Hedrich, grandfather of Stephanie (Ralph) Snyder, Jason (Julie) Rogers, Ronald Faulkner Jr. (Erika Strojinc), Joshua (Shannon) Rogers, Matthew (April) Faulkner, Jakob Hedrich and Lucas Hedrich; great-grandfather of Isabella, Zachery, Calvin, Analise, Magdalena, Liela, Samuel, Calliana, Caleb, Cayden, Cayson, Catarina, Camia and Benjamin; dear brother of Katarina Just; fond brother-in-law of Elizabeth Burghardt, Katie Messing and Stephan Just. Beloved Uncle to many, he loved and was loved by many. He was always ready to help, ready to comfort and always ready for a game of cards. Give Mom a big hug for us and we will see you when were ready (will let you know) We're going to miss you Dad, thanks for waiting till Mom left, you were always looking out for her. We love you and we are going to miss you greatly. Love, All of us.
- Visitation Saturday, January 12, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, January 12, 2019
- Graveside Service Saturday, January 12, 2019
January 14, 2019
Dad, you’re service was wonderful. You would have been so proud of Stephanie and Jason. They shared some wonderful memories of you. Jack spoke also in your honor and his words were of great comfort. Many of your family and friends helped us through this day. The day we all were dreading, but none the less knew was inevitable. Afterwards we headed to Colletti’s to celebrate your life with good food and drink. You had it snow for me! Thanks. Even now, you somehow find a way to make me smile. Love you. Kathrine Ann. Talk to you soon.
January 7, 2019
Dear Dad, you left us on your Friday’s with Fred. An ordinary day going to the Dr. for your iron treatment. Mimi and Fred helped you into the car, your slipper fell off and you told Mimi to put it on. Mimi buckled you in, went to the garage, Fred came around got in turned on your podcast, asked how you’re doing? That was it, you wanted to go with your slippers on. Thanks for exiting this world doing your normal day. We didn’t see you suffer, although it’s been tough for you the last year. You made it to 2019 and that’s all we asked you to do. 4 days into the New Year, I was hoping you’d make it to your birthday in April, but I can be a little selfish sometimes. Love you Dad, you always made me feel good, even when we debated. I’m going to miss being your secretary and especially being your daughter.