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#14 Nancy Kent 2012-11-09 10:56
Dear Kelli and Darin,With heavy hearts on the eve of your Dad’s service, Duane, Teresa and I wanted to express our deepest sympathy to each of you and your immediate families, and to the extended Kent family. We all have very fond memories of your Dad. Something I read somewhere – “Somehow the sweetest memories shine through the sadness.” Love, Nancy
#13 Gina Alabado Kent 2012-10-24 14:46
Dad, I still listen to the two voice mails you left me on my cell phone. I will never delete them! Listening to them make me cry, but they also make me laugh because you were so naturally funny. I am so grateful that you left me those voice messages!! I cant tell you how honored I am to have been your daughter-in-law these past eleven years. I tried my best to impress you with all my home cooked meals and I am going to miss that. I also will miss telling your son "You better watch it! Im gonna call your Dad and tell on you!" I lost my wine drinking buddy, and it just doesn't feel the same anymore.
#12 Susie Baldwin 2012-10-22 04:01
It is with great sadness that I read of Fred's passing. I worked for Fred as his Executive Assistant at J.L. Bammerlin Postal Federal Credit Union! We kept in touch for many years after I left the Credit Union. I did not get a chance to see him when he retired, for which I will forever be sorry! I can hear that giggle just looking at his picture. Rest in peace my friend.
#11 Dan Warren 2012-10-16 08:46
Fred, I'm sure that by now you have confessed to your Dad that we used to sip a little of his liquor and then refill the bottle with water. Remember to keep your head down and follow through. You are always well regarded my friend.
#10 Kathryn Franklin 2012-10-09 11:14
I have known Fred since we were in high school. He and my brother, Dale Daniel,Jr., were best friends. I was just the little sister, but Fred was always nice to me. I am so saddened to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family
#9 Monty Montgomery 2012-10-07 01:35
Fred was the best guy you ever would want to know. A great golfing buddy and all around good man. I will miss him.
#8 Karen Ready Sperduti 2012-10-03 08:06
I think it was 1976 when I met "Mr. Kent". Fred was like a dad to me and I enjoyed growing up with such an influence. I'm sure Darin, Kelli, Teresa, Duane and ALL have been so blessed to have Fred in their lives. I would spend a lot of time at my "2nd home" on Corrine and enjoyed being around the family. I can thank Darin (and Fred) for getting me into golf
#7 Marita Frayne 2012-09-29 01:44
I will miss Fred so much, he was my first husband and the father of our two wonderful children, we married very young and grew up somewhat together and had good times. He was with me during a great tragedy in my life and he supported me during that time. He did a great job raising our kids and was also forgiving to me and included me in their lives. For that I am so grateful. I just know he is playing golf up there and cutting it up, and having a grand old time. My love to Aletta and of course my kids and grandkids, such a loss for all of us. Who will I argue Politics with?? God is taking care of him and he is missed so much.
#6 Jacklyn Hofer Winton 2012-09-28 11:41
Fred was such a fun loving uncle. I have so many wonderful memories of him laughing, smiling and most of all making others laugh. He had a zest for life that was contagious. It is with his passing that we have lost one humorous, thoughful and loving man. Sending my love to you up there on the 19th hole, sink a hole in one for us!
#5 Kelli Kent 2012-09-27 13:17
I cannot believe my Dad is gone. I will always remember as a little girl watching 60 minutes on Sunday with him. It is still my favorite show. He was a darn smart guy and I truly respected and trusted his financial advice. I whispered in his earbas he passed now he can see my bank account all the time! ;-) I cry...and cannot believe my father who drove me out here from Kansas with my brother....is gone! I love you Fred Kent....and am so devastated you had to leave me.

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