|Birth: ||Jan. 27, 1918|
|Death: ||Sep. 1, 2002|
Fred had worked for seven years at the Henry Ford Estate, when I met him. He did of lot of restoration work on the roof, saved the pool restaurant from destruction from a branch of a tree that fell on it. Fred climbed up and cut it down before the glass collapsed. His skills made him a man of all trades and valuable to the Henry Ford Estate. When he retired, he grew different hybrids of Roses, which occupied a lot of his time. Fred was also a founding donor member of the Ford Piquette Plant,which was the first plant owned by Ford Motor Company, and the first Model "T" was built. He was married and survived by two children.
Created by: Joel Hurley
Record added: May 09, 2007
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