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In Memory of Dale Fredrickson



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Dale H. Fredrickson age 78 of New Richmond, died peacefully February 21st at his residence. Dale was born on July 9, 1940 in Garfield Township, outside of Amery; the son of Perry and Doris (Kraft) Fredrickson. He graduated from Amery High School. Following high school, he enlisted in the armed forces where he proudly served in the United States Air Force. On December 14, 1968, Dale was united in marriage to Shirley Anderson at the Little Brown Church in The Vale, Nashua, Iowa. This union would be blessed with three boys.

For thirty three years, Dale worked for Doboy Packaging , most recently as a mechanic machine operator. Dale was fun loving who cherished his family and friends. He loved relaxing over a game of euchre or 500. He took great pleasure in fishing on Lake Wapogasset and deer hunting with the guys.

His great sense of humor and devotion to his family will be sorely missed by his wife of fifty years, Shirley; sons Richard (Michele) Fredrickson and their children Kyle, Ryan, Casey of Lewiston, MN; John (Dana) Fredrickson and their children Tanya and Andrea of New Richmond; Jeff Fredrickson of New Richmond; siblings Annis Fredrickson of Hudson, Shirley ( Ed ) Churchill of Augusta Me., Linda Fredrickson of Bloomington, Mn. sisters/brothers-in-law Bonnie Fredrickson of New Richmond, Audrey (Ron) Miller of River Falls, many nieces and nephews; and special friends-in-heart Jim & Kac Armstrong of Amery. Dale is preceded in death by his parents, siblings Larry, Duane, Donald, Glen,  Dorothy (Glen) Hartman,  siblings-in-law Kenneth (Esther) Anderson, Wilma (Mike) Geurkink, and mother-in-law Dorothy Anderson.

Per Dale’s wishes, he was cremated and his family will celebrate his life privately. Cremation services entrusted to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home and Countryside Crematory of Baldwin.

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    • I loved working with Dale. He was such a great guy. My prayers are with Shirley and the boys.