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Michael Allen Fredrick

May 7, 1953 May 25, 2019
Michael Allen Fredrick
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Obituary for Michael Allen Fredrick

Michael A. Fredrick, age 66 of Mayville, Wisconsin passed away with the comfort of his family by his side on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at Crossroads Care Center.

Mike was born May 7, 1953 in Hartford, WI to Margaret E. (nee Hackbarth) and Harland A. Fredrick. He had a great passion for photography and would develop his own film. Mike loved astronomy, fishing, and animals. Earlier in life he played the trombone and accordion.

Mike is survived by his loving mother, Margaret Fredrick of Mayville and dear siblings, David of Eucha, OK, Larry (Barb) of Neosho, Timothy (Michelle), and Jay (Colleen) Fredrick, both of Iron Ridge. He is further survived by several loved nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.

He is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Herbert W. and Clara Hackbarth and paternal grandparents, Arthur and Leona Fredrick; and his father, Harland Fredrick.

A private service for Mike’s immediate family will be held. Inurnment in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Hartford.

Memorial contributions in Mike’s name to: Crossroads Care Center (305 South Clark Street, Mayville, WI 53050) or to the Washington County Humane Society (WCHS, 3650 State Road 60, Slinger WI 53086, Attn: Chris Fleischmann) are appreciated.

The Fredrick Family would like to share their sincere gratitude to the staff at Crossroads for care of Mike and to his loving aunt, Betty Will, for her constant kindness and support over the years.


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