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7 thoughts on “In Memory of Fred”

  1. Such a lovely way to pay tribute to a nan who obviously has a compassionate and warm heart.
    I’m sure all of the dogs that he has loved in his life were waiting to greet him as he headed up to the Rainbow Bridge for a wonderful reunion.♥️♥️
    Love .
    Sally

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    • Thank you so much Sally!
      I left a reply but on the other area.
      He had his own dogs & also trained many dogs. I saw about 50 blue & red ribbons for training them. He also was a volunteer firefighter for 17 years. I “snapshotted” your comment & forwarded it to his daughter & granddaughter. They said that is awesome! ♡

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  2. That is so sweet, Sally. I will make sure his children see your comment. He not only had many of his own dogs, but I saw a picture at his memorial service of about 50 red & blue ribbons for training dogs. He also was a volunteer firefighter for 17 years! He “is” my brothers father-in-law.

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  3. Awwww what a neat man. Not only was he a hero to dogs, but to people as well! Fred sure made the world a better place. Thank you for sharing a little snapshot of his life with us, and honoring our community with your gift.

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  4. Our family can not thank all of you enough in you generosity and heart felt messages . My dad would be so proud and grateful just as all of our family is . He loved every animal he ever met and walked his neighborhood with a pocket full of treats .❤️❤️

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