Alfred L. Frederick

ALFRED L. FREDERICK 

Alfred L. Frederick age  73 years, of Ely, Nevada passed away July 14, 2014 in Ely.   He was born October 20, 1940 in Ely, NV to Merlon and Delia Frederick.

Al was a lifelong resident of Ely.  He honorably served in the US Army and worked in the mining industry as a heavy equipment operator.  Al loved his family,  he enjoyed spending time in the outdoors and prospecting. He also enjoyed collecting trains.

Al is survived by his loving wife Donna Frederick of Ely; step-mother Millie Frederick of Elko, NV; two sons Brian (Kathy) Hall of St. George, UT and Roger (Kathy) Tucker of Colorado Springs, CO; two daughters Terri (Richard) Lee of Kearns, UT and Sherri Calderwood of Ely; ten grandchildren; eleven great grandchildren; brothers and sisters Anna (Bill) Snow of St. George, UT, Howard “Coke” Emery, Sally (Bert) Sparks of Nephi, UT, Mike (Lala) Frederick of Palisade, Nebraska, Nancy (Rick) Baker of Moses Lake, WA, Merlynne Parker of Jerome, ID and Merlon “Bubba” (Carmela) Frederick of Elko, NV and numerous nieces and nephews.  He is Preceded in death by his parents Merlon and Delia Frederick and son Keith Frederick.

Private family services will be held at a later date.

Due to health and allergy concerns; in lieu of flowers, please send cards, notes or letters to: Donna Frederick at 798 Mill Street, Ely, NV 89301.

 

Comments

  1. Lucille Buzzetti Fuller says:

    So sorry Donna and family for your loss. I had lost track of Freddie for many, many years until I visited your boutique. I enjoyed seeing Freddie again and meeting you. We have become good friends.

  2. Esther Marie Versch says:

    Dear Donna and family , Terry and I were saddened to hear of your loss of your beloved Al. Both of you were so kind to us when we were to the All class reunion in 2000 and you allowed me to sell my paintings in your store. You are in our thoughts and prayers and you have our sincere sympathy.
    Esther Marie and Terry Versch
    West Lafayette Ohio

  3. Fred Anderson says:

    I knew Al for most of my life. I always thought highly of him and remember his smiling all the time. I will miss him.

Speak Your Mind

*