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Fred Trebilcock

Fred Trebilcock

Fred Trebilcock

God blessed his soul. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, and friend, Fred Trebilcock, quietly left this life on March 30, 2009, at home in Clarkdale, Arizona, under the tender care of his family, friends and Northern Arizona Hospice.

A long-time resident of Cuyahoga Falls and Akron, Ohio, Fred and his lovely wife, Maxine, both born and raised in Pennsylvania, spent over 60 years together , eventually moving to Florida after retirement, and then Arizona.

He proudly served in WWII in the CBI theater ofoperations.

Fred was extremely devoted to and proud of his family, being that everything in life was secondary to family and friends. His kindness, hearty handshake, hugs, laughter, smiles, and always-positive outlook made him a special and very loved person. Fred will be greatly missed by all who knew him for his generosity of spirit and sunny disposition.

Fred is survived by his devoted wife Maxine, daughters SandiPelouze (Craige) of Richmond, Virginia; Karen Harpley (Russell) of Lake Montezuma, Arizona; Carole Franks of Lake Worth, Florida; granddaughters Melanie Pelouze of Richmond, Virginia; and Ceara Harpley of Phoenix, Arizona. Family and friends were with him at his time of passing. He was preceded in death by his parents James and Carrie and brothers Ross and Francis.

Memorial services were held at home.

Donations in his name may be made to: Northern Arizona Hospice, 203 Candy lane, Cottonwood, AZ. 86326 or The Verde Valley Humane Society, 1502 W. Mingus Ave., Cottonwood, AZ. 86326

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