|Birth: ||May 11, 1916|
|Death: ||Mar. 8, 1960|
San Diego County
Fred Earl Birch was my Dad's oldest brother. He was born to Fred and Dovvie Birch, and was the second oldest of 9 children. I was 4, going on 5 when he passed away,so I don't remember a lot about him. Just that he looked like my Daddy, and always had those candies called orange slices in his pockets for us kids!
He was in the Calvary before WW2, and after the war began, he was in the infantry in the U.S.Army. While serving in China, Uncle Fred had a heart attack and was sent home. He was still only in his late twenties. He continued to have heart problems, and was told he should move to a warmer climate. He and his family moved to San Diego, California. Shortly after, he had a massive heart attack and died, at 43 years old.
Uncle Fred was preceded in death by his mother Dovvie, in 1947, his youngest brother Arthur, in 1955, and his grandparents. He left behind his wife, Mary, 3 daughters, one son, 5 grandchildren (12 more would follow after his death), his father Fred, 3 sisters, and 4 brothers. And many nieces and nephews who loved him very much!
Fred Birch (1890 - 1975)
Dovvie Floretta Worden Birch (1895 - 1947)
Mary Ann Nattrass Birch (1918 - 1999)
Darlene Daisy Birch Heinzer (1936 - 1992)*
Fred Earl Birch (1944 - 2005)*
Golda Inise Birch Fox (1914 - 2006)*
Fred Earl Birch (1916 - 1960)
Noble Peter Birch (1917 - 1975)*
Floretta Dovvie Birch Evanoff (1919 - 2004)*
Gene Worden Birch (1921 - 1990)*
Ellen Christina Birch Zaic (1923 - 1990)*
Arthur Edward Birch (1934 - 1955)*
Itasca Calvary Cemetery
Created by: Carron B.
Record added: May 05, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14187861