OBITUARY

Fred Luhrsen

November 13, 1953April 12, 2019
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Fred Luhrsen, age 65, passed away April 12, 2019 surrounded by his family. He was a loving Husband, Dad, Grandpa, Brother, Cousin, Uncle, Nino and Friend. He was born November 13, 1953. He married the love of his life Lupe Luhrsen on November 29, 1975 and together they had two beautiful children. He was so proud of Freddy and Tiffaney. He loved listening to Lowrider Oldies and Rock 'n' Roll. His passion and talents were surfing, playing his harmonica in his band, martial arts and cruising in his 65 Chevy Impala. He also liked to barbecue and cook for his family and friends. His favorite sayings were; Tic-Toc, Don't Worry Be Happy and Tough & Good. He loved life and lived it to the fullest. He will be deeply missed by so many. He is survived by his beloved wife Lupe, his son Freddy, his daughter Tiffaney, his five grandchildren; Robert, Daniel, Alexis, Anthony and Ashley, his four brothers; Alex, Danny, Larry, David, and his sister Susan. His son in law Asencion and his daughter in law Brenda.

Services

  • Viewing Tuesday, April 23, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Thursday, April 25, 2019
  • Final Blessing and Interment Thursday, April 25, 2019
REMEMBERING

Fred Luhrsen

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Jessie Toscano -Bailey

April 23, 2019

Fred... We grew up in the Same neighborhood & it was a Great pleasure to have known your Lurhsen family ❤ My younger brothers Johnny & Dino hung out with you & some of your cousins 😊You sure left your Mark of Love & Beautiful memories that Will never be forgotten by those you affected 💙 RIP 🙏

Dolores (Lolee) McCaskill

April 21, 2019

Happy Easter Uncle Fred. Thank you for being you. Thank you for pouring yourself into the many lives you have touched. Thanks for teaching me how to forget about negativity and that you can just make up your mind to live your best life. "Don't worry. Be Happy".

Thank you for taking care of Aunty Lupe, Freddy and Tiffaney the way you did. Give Nana a big hug and a kiss from all of us. I am sure she had a special plate of tamales and a bottle od ketchup just for you.

I honor you Sir and may you experience eternal peace. This bible verse is for you:

"Truly, truly, I say to you, he who hears My word, and believes Him who sent Me, has eternal life, and does not come into judgment, but has passed out of death into life."

Alfred Zuñiga

April 19, 2019

Great musician and showman . Last time we spoke was when his band played for the Relay For Life at Banning high . We talked about our music , our Cars and memory's from 1969 and all those party's . It was always a joy and pleasure having Fred as a friend , rest in peace brother .

Mark Arcy

April 18, 2019

I’m so sorry for your lost,I new Fred when we were on Elementary school, and a neighbor for years .he will be deeply missed & remembered. God bless the family and he Rest In Peace.🤟🙏

Simmy Yin

April 18, 2019

To the Lurhsen's,

My extended family members past 20yrs and counting. Here to pay my respects and send my condolences to the Lurhsen's and friends. It's been a blessing and great experience getting to know you guys. What a journey it has been. From basketball at Big D's backyard in Westminster, to the classic kickback parties in HB. I'll never forget Uncle Fred! A unique and funny character. There wasn't a moment, where Uncle Fred wouldn't try to cheer someone up or cracking jokes! His motto was," Tic Toc don't worry, be happy!" As a young kid, I was like, " huh what?! Lol". But!!! As you get older, you start to realize and understand what that really means and why he chose to say it! It's true with the old saying, "You never realize what you have, until it's gone!" We all had a great person with us. Uncle Fred, I know you're in a better place and in peace. Myself and Sunee will never forget those convos we used to have with you, at Big D's gatherings. Man, I'm going to miss those talks with you. Your stories, playing the harmonica and just your presence alone. I don't think you realized how much of an impact, you've made in our lives. You will be truly and deeply missed Uncle! Until we meet again, "Tic Toc don't worry, be happy!!!" Love you!

Jack Peery

April 17, 2019

Fred , I’m always gonna remember the good times. Growing up across the street from you and all your brothers. Going to camp down on the beach at San O . Lots of boards on the top of your car , we couldn’t fit another person inside. Blasting “ Smoke on the Water “ , 8 track . Your probably playing your harmonica right now while catching some perfect waves. Rest In Peace my friend, Tic Toc Tic Toc stay strong up there

Matt Duran

April 17, 2019

You were always their in support of my family and took good care of my Little Sister Lupe. You made such an impact to my life. Will always remember one of the times we went to pick up fish for a family cookout. Look over at me. Said you loved me, but I needed to balance my life. I was all about work, no time for myself and love one's. That affected me, changed my life. Now I strive to provide and enjoy life! Rest in peace, am here for your family my Brother Fred!

Tammy Valle

April 17, 2019

Uncle Fred,
You were the very best Uncle!
I remember the day you told me I was your god daughter too, because you couldn’t be Krista’s without being mine as well. You always lived up to that promise and I will be forever grateful.
Please give Kevin a big hug for me and help him watch over us. I’ll see you in my dreams and all my great memories of you. I love you.
Tammy

Jose Mendoza

April 15, 2019

To the Luhrsen,

My Condolences I only have good memories
Good times in and out of the water with Fred. Rest In Peace 🌊🎼

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Fred and Tiffaney

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Fred and Lupe

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Anthony with his Grandpa

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Dad, Mom, and Bob

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Dad playing at the park with Daniel and Bob

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Bob playing the guitar with his Grandpa

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They just love their Grandpa

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Dad, Freddy, Daniel and Bob

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Me and my Dad