Wednesday, December 16th | Comment by: Pat Verrastro
I’ve known Fred from middle school. He was the life of the party then and he will always be the life of the party. I will always remember him for he happy go lucky personality and making you feel good being around him. He loved his wife and family so
Much. He will be truly missed by all whose life he touched.
Thursday, December 17th | Comment by: Amy Messina (Magarity)
I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of Fred. Pat, my prayers are with you and the family. Never will a day go by where I don’t think of Fred grinning ear to ear at North Penn. What a happy, positive and smiling face he always had. I always loved to come through the showroom to visit with him. May he Rest In Peace.
Sunday, December 20th | Comment by: Jane E. Stephens
My most sincere sympathy to Fred's wife Pat, their children, loved ones and friends. How would I describe Fred? "One of the best men I've ever known, one of the good guys". Some of my favorite memories I have of Fred was when he and Pat came to visit my mother, Helen, or as Fred lovingly called her - my girlfriend. They absolutely adored each other and it went beyond words. Those memories are priceless to me, now more than ever.
Monday, January 4th | Comment by: Eileen Pytko-Hulme
Dear Pat and family, I am very sadden to hear that Fred passed away; he was a great man, wonderful husband, very loving father, awesome neighbor, and that smile that was always on his face did make those around him happy. I have many, many wonderful memories of Fred from our times at Churchill Lane. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.