|Birth: ||Nov. 8, 1933|
|Death: ||Jan. 12, 2011|
Fred King went home to be with his Lord and Savior leaving behind his wife, sons, daughter in laws and grandchildren, and many family members. He was a kind and gentle man who left loving memories in the hearts of anyone he met and will be greatly missed by the many people who loved him so much. He was a hard working man and loved his Lord, enjoyed painting, doing woodwork and more than anything just spending time with his family. If anyone needed anything he would be the first to help them, often meeting a need that the person didn't realize he knew anything about.
Fred was a find-a-grave contributor and contributed over 69,000 Memorials
Fred's contributor page
Frederick 'Fred' 'Jerry' D King Jr. age 77 of McKean Township died Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at Golden Living Walnut Creek. He was born on November 8, 1933 in Big Run, Pa., the son of the late Frederick D., Sr. and Vera Kilmer King. He was employed at Copes Vulcan for over forty-three years until his retirement in 1995. He was a Mason and a member of the Church of God, but attended Sterrettania Alliance Church. He enjoyed woodworking, painting, and was an amateur geneticist. He is survived by his wife of forty-seven years.
James D. Linhart
Duskas Funeral Home Erie Pa
A friend of the family shared with me that when she was a teenager, Fred's sister Liddie Anderson, was her Sunday School teacher, Liddie had cancer and was dying. Liddie got up in church one Sunday morning and told all the young people there that they should make sure to turn their lives over to God. This friend of the family said that she will never forget how Liddie could barely stand but she pleaded with everyone to make sure they were right with God and that the young folks should give God control over their lives. Liddie was so weak she couldn't walk, Jerry walked up there, scooped her up in his big strong arms and he carried her. He fought back the tears the whole time. He was a big BIG man, with a heart to match. So gentle and kind. He was a wonderful person!!
(Fred posted over 69,000 memorials on Find a grave and thanks to him thousands of people have gained information on family and friends that they had not known before. Before Fred passed away on January 12, 2011, he had those thousands of memorials turned over into my care.
I have shared those thousands of memorials with several Findagrave friends who will continue to care for the work that Fred started.)
1-12-12 150 notes in one year. Thank you to all who acknowledged Fred's work on Find a grave.
1-12-13 216 notes in two years. Fred's work is still appreciated by so many.
1-12-14 Three years since Fred 'went home to be with his Lord' and he has received 286 notes of appreciation for his work on Findagrave which has been helpful to so many.
1-12-2015 4 years and 316 notes later, Findagrave members are still finding Fred's work helpful. May each of us continue to carry on, not only Fred's work but may we carry the torch of posting this kind of information that can be so helpful to others in their search for family and friends.
1-12-2016 5 years have passed since Fred left here for his eternal home in Heaven. He's received 344 notes in recognition of his work. I'm sure Fred thanks you and I thank you for recognizing his many many hours on Find a grave, sharing information so that others may also be remembered.
Frederick D King (1893 - 1962)
Vera E Kilmer King (1897 - 1948)
Liddy King Anderson (1922 - 1969)*
Marilyn King Himes (1928 - 2005)*
Frederick 'Fred' King (1933 - 2011)
William Henry King (1936 - 1936)*
Maintained by: Dottie Kunselman
Originally Created by: JMR
Record added: Jan 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64303218
Added: Jun. 23, 2016
I am SO sorry for your loss! I just found my Uncle Johnny Porowski because of Fred's post, and I just found this website. Thanks for all his work, and for keeping it going.|
Added: Apr. 10, 2016
When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. -Unknown|
Added: Feb. 6, 2016
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