Frederick William Scholl
July 1, 1939 – April 16, 2014
Fredrick William Scholl, 74, of Lemon Grove passed away due to natural causes on April 16, 2014 at his home. He was born to the late William and Henrietta Scholl, July 1, 1939, in San Diego, CA. Fred graduated from Hoover High School and attended Concordia University majoring in Ministry, he transferred to San Diego State University where he received his BS in Psychology. Fred went on to serve as an intelligence officer in the US Air Force reaching the rank of Captain. Fred was fluent in both German and Spanish, as well as many other languages. His military time was mostly served in Germany. After leaving the military Fred worked as an author and real estate agent. His most prided accomplishment was assisting in founding and volunteering at the AIDS clinic in Tijuana where he was lovingly known as Tio Fred. Fred is survived by his dog, Bam Bam, his brothers: James (Vicky) and William (Eutha), his nieces and nephew: Christina, Tracy, Robin, Chelsy, and David, his extended family: Flash, Lance, Donna, and Chrissy. He was preceded in death by his brother, Clarence and sister, Phyllis. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made out to Mama's Kitchen, 3960 Home Ave., San Diego, CA 92105. http://www.mamaskitchen.org At Fred's request there will be no services. During an interview by a local paper Fred was once asked how he felt about death as he was frequently exposed it because of his volunteer work. He was no longer filled with overwhelming grief at someone's passing and so he leaves us with his quote on death, "There is a sadness; it's more like a friend of yours has left town, and you'll see him again."