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March 26, 1941 - October 31, 2021

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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There is so much to say about this man. So many good memories and not a single bad one, My favorite things about him to name a few. He could eat more pancakes than anyone I have ever met. He was the most loving person to humans and animals. He spent many years living with my father when he was alive. They took care of each other like they were brothers (even tho he was my mothers bother and my parents divorced many years earlier). He loved his flannel shirts he requested one every Christmas. I find some peace in knowing he is with those who he lost again. I imagine my daddy is happy to have his friend at his side again. He will forever be in my heart there was only one Freddy. I would like to thank Rod and Kim for all the years you took care of him. He loved being with you and I am sure you will miss him most. Love to my family.

Posted by pamela alexander on November 2, 2021

You will be truly missed uncle Freddy! Your loving nephew, J.J. Bianchetti LV YA UNC! R.I.P.

Posted by John Anton Bianchetti Jr. on November 2, 2021

Always smiling, joking, and talking about cars. Rest in Peace Uncle Freddie.

Posted by Ken Lehtinen on November 2, 2021