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No services are being planned at this time. He will be laid to rest in the Upper Peninsula, where he was raised. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, c/o the funeral home. We saw him come. We saw him go. He gets in his lean and away he goes. Try to catch him or try to keep up. Good luck. He wouldn’t even stop for cars or trucks. Freddy was a stubborn little man, but you couldn’t help but love him. He had a good heart and would try to help anyway he could. He’s with his clan in heaven up above. God called him home for him to rest. Because he always did good and always did his best, we will not say goodbye to him. We will just say, “See you soon.” God will call us home some day soon. So, rest in peace, my dear friend. We love you and we will meet again.
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Age 80, passed away on Sunday, October 31, 2021. Fred was born in Iron Mountain, on March 26, 1941. He enjoyed walking and going for rides in the car. He loved his animals. Fred was a sweet man and will be missed by all who knew him. Fred is survived by his brothers, Eugene Bianchetti of Dolthan, AL, John (Betty) Bianchetti of Kalamazoo; sisters, Violet Lentian of Crystal Fall, Mary Fitzpatrick of Kalamazoo, Grace Cardullo of Marinette, WI; several nieces and nephews; special friends, Rod (Kim) VanAntwerp; and his four-legged friends, Sugar Bugar and Moose; and countless other friends. Fred was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Kenny, Jim, and Robert.