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1955 Frederick 2020

Frederick Terrell

November 28, 1955 — June 14, 2020

Rest in Peace - Frederick Allen Terrell (Fred Terrell)
November 28, 1955 - June 13, 2020

Fred Terrell was born in Tucson, Arizona to the late Josephine Terrell, a school teacher, and Douglas Terrell Sr. He had three sisters and two brothers: the late Douglas Terrell Jr, the late Timothy Terrell, Deborah. My dad was a blue collar man through and through, and while he never got a college degree, he became a respected and talented welder in the New York City/ tri-state area. A man who lived life to his fullest, he lived all over the country, working in various jobs. While he spent decades as a welder, boilermaker, plumber, and pipe fitter, he worked at points in his life as a logger in Oregon, a fish packing plant worker in Alaska, a gas station attendant in California, and a boilermaker for the City of New York, but his proudest job was his role as a father to his children. He is survived by his wife, Rory Labetti, and his 4 children: Randy, Jamie Terrell-Engels, Ryan D. Terrell, and Kevin Scyphus Chad Terrell. A compassionate man, he took in and cared for many animals throughout his life, and is also survived by various cats. He is dearly missed by those who loved him, and that was anyone who knew him. He was in pain for many years in his life, and we can be happy that he's finally no longer in pain. I love you Dad

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